|Anchor Project Over 60's (The)||
Lunch Club, outings, and other social events,all for over 60s, Mondays 11:00-1:15. Tiddlywinks Parent and Toddler group, Thursdays 9:45-11:15. Gardening workshops and local environmental projects - please contact for more information.
Anchor Trust is the largest not-for-profit provider of housing, support and care in England. Our purpose is to improve the lives of older people. We do this by providing a range of services valued by older people. Anchor Trust is made up of a number of businesses providing these services, including Anchor Homes, the largest not-for-profit provider of residential and nursing care in the sector. We were formed in 1968, when Anchor started life as Help the Aged (Oxford) Housing Association. Today, we employ 10,000 people and each week we provide housing and/or support to 50,000 customers.
|Annette Fox Leukaemia Research Fund||
Raising funds for leukaemia research and also to help wherever possible with the care of patients on Ward 7, Bradford Royal Infirmary (BRI). There are people who help fundraising and also a committee of trustees
We work to relieve and support those living with anxiety and anxiety-based depression by providing information, support and understanding via an extensive range of services, including 1:1 therapy. We work regularly with external agencies and healthcare professionals to improve services for those living with anxiety and anxiety-based depression and also campaign to raise awareness of the conditions.
|Applause Theatre School|
|Art 4 All||
An Art Group for the over 50s
|Artworks Creative Communities||
Artworks Creative Communities is a Bradford based Charity and Social Enterprise that has been delivering innovative projects that use creativity as a force for change since 1998. Working with professional artists and in partnership with communities, organisations and businesses across all sectors, we develop and deliver effective projects that use participation in the arts as a tool to inspire, connect and engage.
Ascendance offers dance classes and projects for the over 50’s and their families.
|ASH Yorkshire CIC||
The Lodge Cafe, Bowling Park, is a new café and community hub opening in Summer 2018. This social enterprise is overseen by ASH Community Interest Company with the backing of three major community groups.
We aim to make Bowling Park a destination for local residents and non-resident alike, thereby increasing use of the Park, drawing the community together, and generating hope. The centre-piece of the development is the café itself. This enterprise will offer a high-quality customer experience, including coffee, tea, cakes, meals and a small children’s play area. It will also provide opportunities for apprenticeships and volunteering for promising individuals identified by partner community organisations (with these programmes delivered in concert with them).
Our site incorporates three other community spaces: a separate classroom, to be used as a base for outdoor activities in the Park, an attractive lounge and celebration venue upstairs, and a small office space. These spaces will be available to hire by local community groups, businesses and government.
The launch of the Lodge Cafe is the culmination of six years of work by local residents: negotiating the Community Asset Transfer of the building from Bradford Council, securing planning permission and raising £400,000 for structural work and renovations. Profits from the venture will be ploughed back into the local community.
|Ashcroft Care Home||
Ashcroft is a purpose built home set in a quiet location within secure grounds. It is close to local amenities and has excellent bus routes to Bradford and Leeds. We provide permanent and respite residential and dementia care and cater for varying health needs.
|Aspire-igen Bradford Opportunity Centre||
Aspire-i offers people over 18, as well as 18 year-olds on Job Seekers Allowance, free information, advice and guidance on careers, training, employability support, CV and job search activities under the government's National Careers Service contract. Will also help people who are being placed on Job Seekers Allowance under benefits reform, and signpost to other relevant and organisations if necessary.
|Association of British Choral Directors - Yorkshire||
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|Association of New Arrivals|
|Association of Northern Car Clubs||
AGM June Motorsport Organisation.
|Association of Ukrainians In Great Britain - Bradford Branch||
To foster Ukrainian culture and tradition amongst its members, to obtain and furnish information or otherwise aquaint its members with a knowledge of British Institutions and the British way of Life. Approx 350 members. AGM Mar.
|Association of Ukrainians in Keighley||
The Ukrainian Centre is a meeting place for Ukrainians and their families in Keighley and the surrounding area.
Asthma UK is the charity dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the over 5 million people in the UK whose lives are affected by asthma. We work together with people with asthma, health professionals and researchers to develop and share expertise to help people increase their understanding and reduce the effect of asthma on their lives. Our vision is 'control over asthma today, freedom from asthma tomorrow'. If you have a query about asthma you can contact the Asthma UK Helpline, a team of asthma nurse specialists by telephone <strong>0300 222 5800 (Option1) Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.</strong>
|Ataxia Self Help Group||
Self help group for sufferers of Ataxia or any Neurological Ataxia. Meetings every 2 months at Charnwood Centre, Charnwood Road, off Harrogate Road, Bradford, BD2 3EE on Saturdays between 12 noon and 4:00pm.
We are a self funded football club that offers coaching and games to all aged from 8-40. All our coaches are trained to the highest possible degree and are proud to say wee are a non-discriminatory football club - meaning anyone with any ability or background is welcome.
Under the name Autism First, Specialist Autism Services offers a unique service specifically for adults with autism who have additional needs, such as a learning disability and/or other complex support requirements.
|AWARE - Airedale and Wharfedale Autism Resource||
AWARE supports parents, carers, siblings, professionals and interested parties in the care and support of those with an autistic spectrum condition. Open to anyone involved with a person with an autistic spectrum condition, or who has an ASC diagnosis themselves. We have a monthly newsletter and meetings with speakers on relevant topics, also an extensive library on autism. We run youth clubs, a holiday scheme, monthly trips scheme for 12 to 16s and over 16s and other children's activities.
|Bacca Pipes Folk Club||
Meet at the Ukranian Club, Henry Street, off Cavendish Street, Keighley on Friday, 8:30pm onwards. Phone the number below for info or visit our website. Membership open. Members are offered a chance to see National and Internationally Known Folk Artists through our programme of booking guests twice a month. Also to perform themselves on our regular singer's nights. The atmosphere is very relaxed and we hope welcoming.
|Baha'is of Bradford|
|Baildon and Shipley Branch of SPUC||
To campaign, affirm, defend and promote the value of human life from the moment of conception to natural death and to oppose legislation allowing abortion, embryo experimentation and euthanasia. Membership open by application. National address: John Smeaton LLB (Director), 3 Whiteacre Mews, Stannary Street, London SE11 4AB. Tel 020 7222 5845
|Baildon Community Link||
Baildon Community Link is a Community Centre which has Social Activity Days, Youth Club, a Thursday Cafe, Seniors Active Exercise, Seated Exercise, Rag Rugging, Monday Afternoon Women Singers, Painting, Games afternoon (Bridge), Parkinson's group, Rainbow Guides, and Yoga