Name Description
Together Women

TWP moves women out of crime and into positive futures by working with them to build resilience and develop strengths that enable them to move away from damaging lifestyles in safe women-only spaces.

We operate services throughout Yorkshire from our City Centre bases in Bradford, Hull, Leeds and Sheffield, and outreach services for women in Keighley, Lincoln and New Hall prison.

As well as direct services operated by TWP our centres are used by other local agencies ensuring that multiple needs can be addressed holistically. This ‘one-stop-shop’ approach guarantees that everything a woman needs can be offered in one central location.

Together Women Projects

Together Women work with women and girls with multiple and complex needs across the North of England. We pride ourselves in our person-centred approach, putting our clients at the heart of the support they receive from us and working to better empower women providing them with the tools and confidence to lead healthier and happier lives.

Toller Youth Cafe
Tong Ward Coronavirus Community Support Group

This group has been created to provide support for people self isolating due to Coronavirus.

Anyone who needs support please send us a private through this group.

We are trying to connect people who are able to collect provision and medicines and will answer messages to people feeling concerned or isolated.

Volunteers are unable to offer medical advice and to protect themselves they will leave what you need at your doorstep.

To stem the spread of this virus it is crucial that we pull together and work as a community, if you have any symptoms please follow medical advice to self-isolate and get in touch!


Inspiring Communities, Transforming Lives
We provide mental health and wellbeing services to over 2000 people a year, whilst also working across communities to grow their confidence and capacity to demand the services and positive experiences they are entitled to.

Trees for Cities - Edible Playgrounds

Trees for Cities is a charity working with schools to create vibrant food growing spaces. We create bespoke outdoor classrooms that sit at the heart of a school’s community, bringing the curriculum to life as well as providing countless benefits in improving the physical and mental health and wellbeing of pupils, families and staff.

Trees for Cities is pleased to announce its Edible Playground programme is coming to Bradford. I am a Project Development Officer based in the area and we are looking for a small number of schools to work with us in creating Edible Playgrounds as flagship outdoor spaces here in the city. We will work with you from the initial survey, design and build through to teacher training.

Schools are asked to contribute £5,000 (+ VAT) of the total £30,000 cost, assuming a standard sized project. Trees for Cities will fund the remaining cost through their corporate partners.

The project will need the agreement of the headteacher and schools typically fund their contribution through Pupil Premium, Sports Premium, infrastructure budgets or special grants. Trees for Cities can advise on potential funding streams. There will need to be a suitable space for development - about half the size of a tennis court.

Please contact me for further information.

True colours community CIC

Our Story
We are simply 3 Mums with a Passion for using creativity to empower others.

Natalie Collick
Nursery Nurse and trainee Play Therapist.
I have always had a desire and a passion for helping people. Throughout my career i have had many roles in dealing with people and building strong relationships.
After having my own children I decided to take a career break and gained a healthcare and social care and childcare qualification. This lead me to assist my local childrens’ centre and becoming parent champion of the area and running my own messy play sessions.
Once my children were at school i worked in a local nursery and started a play therapy course as i realised that there are so many needs that are not being met in schools and nurseries.
I am a just a mum , who enjoys supporting families and have a natural flare with building strong bonds between parents and children.

Corinna Parkins’
Trained Primary Teacher with a passion for raising self esteem in young children and a heart for bringing and growing community through the creative arts
After Teaching in Mainstream Primary School I was frustrated at the lack of time and attention that was payed in developing children’s self esteem and self worth. With the focus being more and more upon the educational side i felt that many children were struggling and falling through the gap unable to learn coping strategies and life skills for the future!
I also am passionate about supporting families and building community through creative mediums.

Kate Morris
Degree in Drama and the community
Trained and experienced Drama workshop leader as well a fully qualified Nursery Nurse with a over 20 years experience of working with children and the wider community to build up confidence, self esteem and exploring difficult social issues through the medium of Drama and the creative arts.
I have a believe drama and the creative arts are a fantastic way to help people to grow in confidence and self-esteem. Through drama you can safely explore the world and face it's problems without stigma and judgement.

Tuberous Sclerosis Association

Advisers support those affected by Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (including wider family members, and professionals.)

Tuesday Social: Soup Group

Come meet like-minded local people while trying new homemade soups and make new friends.

Tune Up, Chill Out

Two creative homework and education support sessions

Ukrainians Together in Age (UTA)

Day Centre and Lunch Club which provides physical support, outings, transport for clients. The cost is 5 pounds it includes lunch, tea coffee and activities. Social held Wednesdays from 10.00am to 2.30pm.

Everyone is welcome to join as long as they have a Ukrainian connection.

Undercliffe Cemetery Charity

Undercliffe Cemetery Charity looks after the Grade II* Listed Heritage site. We are a Victorian cemetery of national importance which is still an active burial ground.
We care, maintain and promote Undercliffe for the benefit of all.
We very much welcome volunteers: There are various outdoor/active roles as the maintenance of of the grounds, up-keep of the site and monuments is all undertaken by volunteers.
There are also posts for research, taking guided tours and fund raising.
We are keen to expand and promote the teaching and learning possibilitiies that abound at the site.

United Response

United Response Bradford provides a range of support services for people with learning disabilities or mental health needs.

Get in touch to find out how we can offer support with:
+ Supported living
+ Support getting out into the community
+ Support to make the most of your life and pursue your interests.

If you'd like to find out more, please give us a call on 01274 271 039, make an enquiry or email


The United Sikh Association for the Elderly is based in the Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara, Bradford BD3 9JN. We welcome people from different communities but mainly Sikh community.
Our centre serve all elderly people and we organise all activities which can help elders to keep fit, reduces isolation and stress, feel respected and valued and provide them very friendly environment. Every day is filled with some sort of physical exercise then they can have social time together with their friends.
we also have separate women group and they do Physical activities and fun activities to keep their minds occupied and feel safe and welcomed in our daycentre.

United Youth Forum
Unity Academy

Run Services for the betterment of Health and Wellbeing, including fitness activities, mindfulness and weight management, childrens activities, diversionary activities families and community gym

University of Bradford

Study at the University of Bradford to benefit from - and be part of - teaching and research that harnesses technology for the good of society.

You’ll learn from academic and industry experts who are shaping the future of their sectors, and you'll learn in world-class facilities - we’ve invested millions of pounds in high-tech learning environments, such as our motion capture studio and Bloomberg Trading Room.

Our curriculum is designed with input from these industry experts and partners, which means you’ll develop skills that are highly valued by employers – along with plenty of hands-on practical experience. Many of our courses have professional, statutory or regulatory body accreditation or approval, giving you the best possible start to your career.

University of Bradford Faculty of Management, Law and Social Sciences

The University of Bradford Faculty of Management, Law and Social Sciences vision is to enrich people's lives in Bradford, by providing accessible learning opportunities to our local communities.

We provide engaging and innovative teaching and learning which instils an ethos of responsible leadership and citizenship. We produce and disseminate applied, highly relevant research which makes a tangible difference to the world.

Our vision is to impact global societal challenges by Making Knowledge Work through world class interdisciplinary teaching and research that cultivates talented, versatile, job-ready graduates within a distinctive student community that has the knowledge and skills to make a difference.

Upendo Wetu

UPENDO WETU is a registered charity (1138092) based in Nottingham and it seeks to improve the lives of its members, promote racial harmony and support integration amongst the local and national population. We have our branches in Bradford, Leeds, Great Manchester and Norwich (Norfolk).
The Association is formed from local people who originate from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Burundi, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Angola, Zimbabwe, and Ivory Cost who reside in Nottingham city and the surrounding areas mentioned above.
The organisation has an official membership of 280 with an additional 150 or so participating individuals. These numbers are growing continually.
Incorporation & Governance
UPENDO WETU was registered as a charity in 16, September 2010 (Charity No 1138092).
It has a management committee of 4 people which meets every 3 months or on emergency meetings and minutes are taken.

UPENDO WETU has a bank account with Lloyds Bank and according to our financial procedures 2 signatures are required for cheques.

Upper bolton social club

Community Connects provides services for older people in the community.
Every Tuesday we have a lunch club with additional activities such as craft groups, exercise sessions, walking group, snooker, quizzes and table Games.
Thursday a coffee morning with exercise, day trips and supported holidays for Older People age 55 plus.

Upper Heaton Working Together Group

The group aims to promote community cohesion in the Upper Heaton (Haworth Road/Duchy Drive, BD9) area.
We invite all service organisations and public bodies etc who provide services in the UHWT area along with all residents of the area to be members of the group with the aim of coordinating events and activities and disseminating information.
UHWT aims to influence decisions of the council, councillors, police, housing authority and health authority to influence the provision of services and amenities in the area. We have been successful in provision of the MUGA (Multi-Use Games Area), Zara Sports Centre, play areas, seating, traffic control, clean and green activities etc.
The Zara Sports Centre is available for community use from 4:30pm daily and all day at weekends. Belle Vue Girls school use the facility during school time.
It is also used by the UHWT community volunteer sports leaders to promote good relations between young people in the area through various sporting activities.
The MUGA on Haworth Road is in regular use.In school holidays. Football and other sports coaching session can be arranged.
Programmes such as kick boxing, archery, boxing, cycle proficiency, are also arranged by the various organisations in locations in the UHWT area.

Upper Wharfedale Fell Rescue Association

UWFRA’s address `The Hut` may be a little confusing, but when the team was first inaugurated in August 1948, we kept our meagre supply of borrowed and loaned equipment in the local police cell. Over the first three years much talk took place of obtaining a garden hut or shed, and where it could be sited, but eventually a disused railway parcel van, was bought from British Rail and moved from the station platform of the Grassington and Threshfield Station onto a nearby car park. After much needed renovation, inside and out, the association had its `new` headquarters where it could house an increasing amount of equipment and hold its meetings. It was familiarly known as `The Hut` a name, which has continued ever since.

Some 14 years went by and the parcels van was outgrown. The team managed to obtain a much larger building, a disused signal box, but this was some 300 metres away down the railway line. The parcels van was moved out of the way on rollers and after much preparation, the signal box was moved by crane and low-loader into the vacated space. This building on two floors, allowed for storage, lamp charging, a radio room downstairs and a large meeting room upstairs.

In 1972 we learned that the ground upon which the signal box stood had been sold for housing development. A nearby friendly quarry owner, loaned us the temporary use of a storage building for our equipment and meetings had to be held in any available large room.

After lengthy negotiations, and with the help of a number of benefactors, the team moved into a new building in 1976. This was the first centre in the country built purely for the purpose of mountain and cave rescue, which gave the planners a few problems and explains why building looks more like a four bedroom house!

The new building was officially opened by the Prince of Wales in 1978. The new headquarters allowed space for all the varied equipment, a lamp room, a specialist diving gear room, a radio and communications room, control room, meeting room, office, kitchen and drying room.

Since 1978 there have been two extensions built to house the vehicles, trailers and to provide space for training. There is talk of a new extension to house the increasing amount of equipment owned by the team.

Upstagers Theatre Group-Ilkley
Victim Support - Bradford District

Victim Support is here to help anyone affected by crime, not only those who experience it directly, but also their friends, family and any other people involved. It doesn’t matter how old you are or when the crime took place – you can get our support at any time and for however long you need us.

We provide free and confidential support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year for people affected by crime and traumatic events – regardless of whether you have reported the crime to the police.

The support services we offer are tailored to the needs of each person. These include:
• Information and advice
• Immediate emotional and practical help
• Longer term emotional and practical help
• Advocacy
• Personal safety services
• Help in navigating the criminal justice system

Our teams of highly-trained staff and volunteers provide a wide range of specialist services that help people affected by all types of crime from burglary, hate crime, fraud and theft to domestic abuse, child sexual exploitation and terrorism.

The impact of crime can be life-changing so we are proud to provide long-term support to victims of crime and traumatic events for as long as we are needed, so together we can move beyond crime.

Please see our website for more information.