|Better Start Bradford||
About Better Start Bradford
We're still providing lots of support for families in Bowling and Barkerend, Bradford Moor and Little Horton this autumn and winter, despite current restrictions
We work with families to give children the best possible start in life in Bowling and Barkerend, Bradford Moor and Little Horton through a range of innovative projects to support them through pregnancy and the earliest years of their children’s lives.
Led by Bradford Trident, we are funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, using National Lottery funding, for 10 years (until 2025). Working with local partners, we aim to leave a lasting legacy for children, families and the whole area.
Our vision for the future:
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|Bevan Healthcare CIC||
Bevan Healthcare is a Social Enterprise. We are committed to helping people get the health care that they need. At Bevan Healthcare we provide responsive NHS General Practice services designed to meet the needs of people who are homeless or in unstable accommodation; those who have come to Bradford and Leeds as refugees or to seek asylum.
|BHT Early Education & Training||
BHT Early Education and Training is a registered charity established in 2003 to support the social, intellectual and physical development of children.
We offer excellent, reputable childcare and nursery education, After School and Holiday provision, and a communication and language development programme with a wide variety of training for parents, carers and professionals. Alongside our own internally funded services, we are commissioned to deliver a host of other projects for external agencies.
|Bingley Art Society||
We are an art group that meets weekly (apart from around Christmas, the New Year and Easter)
Bingley Belles is a Cycling UK affiliated group. We are a women's community cycling group.
Based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, we cycle for pleasure, fitness and wellbeing along canal routes, off road and some quiet roads. Our routes are from 5 to 15 miles, ranging from beginner level to the more challenging routes. We usually start and finish in Bingley.
|Bingley Camera Club||
A club for all levels of photographers, any age and experience. We have talks and practical evenings, slide and audio-visual evenings, including digital photographs.
|Bingley Child Contact Centre||
<img style="margin: 5px 10px; float: left;" title="NACCC" src="http://www.naccc.org.uk/layout/templates/images/logo.png" alt="NACCC" width="115" height="64" />We provide a safe and secure environment for non-resident parents/grandparents to see their children. We can facilitate partners not wanting to meet and we provide a pre-visit for all concerned. The service is free but we require completed referral forms which can be obtained from the co-ordinator.
|Bingley Little Theatre||
Amateur theatre and community arts centre offering plays, arts events and hire of space for public and private events. Also houses Food Bank and provides facilities used by NHS Blood Donation Service.
|Bingley Walkers are Welcome||
Best Foot Forward!
Walkers are Welcome is a way to make sure more people ARE aware of the great outdoor opportunities that Bingley and the surrounding areas have to offer. Walking is a great way to improve health and also to increase footfall into the area, boosting the local economy.
|Black Health Forum||
The main aim of the Black Health Forum (BHF) is to work in partnership with the African / African-Caribbean communities in the Bradford district enabling them to become, confident and informed about Health and Social Care Services on offer. The BHF acts as a conduit for disseminating information and signposting services. It also supports African and African Caribbean groups that do not have a constitution in delivering health related projects.
The BHF was set up informally in May 2000, to look at health and social care issues relating to African/African-Caribbean communities and the services they receive. Due to the successful funding application made in 2001, to the then City Primary Care Trust, the BHF was able to go on to develop into a more formal structure with the ultimate goal of achieving our aim.
The forum is made up of health, social and voluntary sector workers, who share a common goal of reducing inequalities in health and social care for the African/African-Caribbean communities in the Bradford district. Over the years the committee members have changed, some have left and new ones have come on board and some old members have returned.
The forum continues to run on a purely voluntary basis. Over the past two years we have seen a significant increase in membership.
|Black Spider Academy||
Black Spider Academy is a martial arts and fitness center were we provide a style of martial arts, which is unfamiliar to the UK. The Martial Arts is called SAMBO. Sambo is a mixture of judo, submission, wrestling and kickboxing. This particular style of martial art is made to build self-confidence and give the capacity to whose do it to defend himself without the use of weapons.
|BLAGY (Bradford Lesbian and Gay Youth)||
BLAGY is a safe space for young LGBTQ+ people. We have a varied programme of activities including; sexual health workshops, discussions, external speakers or sometimes we just cook some food and network together. Any LGBTQ+ people between the ages of 14 and 25 are welcome. Please call Jonathan or Verity on: 01274 395815 for more information or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Bloomin' Buds Theatre Company||
We increase access to opportunity, and to the arts for people from lower and working class backgrounds. We run weekly sessions in community centres as well as a variety of one off sessions, we do workshops in schools, community performances and professional theatre pieces.
Drama club - Rockwell Community Centres, FREE, Wednesday 4:00-5:30pm
Contact us for details of other sessions.
|Bolton Villas Cricket Club||
Volunteer run cricket club
|Born in Bradford||
Born in Bradford is one of the largest research studies in the world, tracking the lives of over 30,000 Bradfordians in the city to find out what influences the health and wellbeing of families. We use our findings to develop new and practical ways to work with families and health professionals to improve the health and wellbeing of our communities. A team of dedicated professionals in applied health research have been working with children and families for over 10 years with the aim of improving the health, wellbeing and life outcomes of the children of Bradford. We work very closely with other professionals and services including NHS, Education, Local Authority and the Community & Voluntary Sector. Our research is disseminated in various ways including publications, our website, through community engagement and the families and services that we work with. Our current research projects include: BiB Growing Up, BiB Primary School Years and Born in Bradford’s Better Start.
|Bosom Friends (Bradford)||
A patient led support group for breast cancer patients in Bradford and the surrounding districts.
|Bradford & District Sea Angling Club||
To arrange boat fishing trips for sea anglers. We use the best boats that we can. With reliable skippers that have been in the buisness a long time. We meet at the New Inn, East Bierley, BD4 6PP. Third Tuesday of every month, commencing at 8pm. £20 per year membership.
Bradford is planning to bid for the title of UK City of Culture in 2025. The bid presents a brilliant opportunity for us to showcase not only the incredible home-grown talent we have here in Bradford, but to create a legacy which improves opportunities for local people and promotes the city as a fantastic place to live, work and enjoy. Bradford Culture Company Ltd has been established to promote arts, culture, heritage and creativity in Bradford in the public interest and create a bid for Bradford’s bid for UK City of Culture 2025. It may also undertake other cultural activities at the discretion of its directors.
|Bradford African Community (BAC)||
The Bradford African Community is registered charity that aim to promote social inclusion by preventing people, in particular But without limit African refugees and asylum seekers residing in Yorkshire and UK as whole from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded and assisting them to integrate into society though education and training in the English language, workshops/courses, Homework club support classes and general support social and recreational facilities and events involving the local community directed to promoting social inclusion.
We aim to encourage refugees and migrant communities to engage and participate fully in British society
|Bradford Airedale Athletic Club||
Bradford Airedale is an athletic club which gives members access to training, coaching and competition for all age groups in track and field athletics and road, cross country and fell running. Please see website for coaching times and information. We also have opportunities for people wanting to become coaches, officials, timekeepers or event marshals. We will take short-term volunteers/placements or more permanent volunteers. Anyone welcome from age 7 upwards.
|Bradford Amateur Rowing Club||
As a charity we provide rowing for all members of the community from age 12yrs.
|Bradford and Bingley Canoe Club||
Bradford & Bingley Canoe Club welcomes new individual and family members of all abilities and backgrounds.
|Bradford and Calderdale Animal Friends||
Small group of people who are concerned about the plight of animals involved in the factory farming, vivisection, fur industry and those hunted for sport. Our latest campaign has been to tackle the issue of grouse shooting on moors around the local area and we are making huge progress on this issue.
|Bradford and District Befriending Network||
Bradford and District Befriending Network brings together organisations across the district that provide Befriending to people living throughout the district. It is an informal group that meets 3 to 4 times a year. It aims to share good practice, identify needs and gaps in provision and work together to promote a range of befriending interventions to reduce the number of people in the district who are lonely and socially isolated.
|Bradford and District Disabled People's Forum (BDPF)||
To link disabled people and disability groups together to ensure that they have a stronger voice in the District. To establish an inclusive partnership of groups bringing together representation from the widest definition of disability.