Name Description
Baildon Horticultural Society

Manages 2 allotment sites in Baildon on behalf of Baildon Parish Council and organises an annual flower, vegetable and handicrafts show in late August/early September.
Sells gardening related products to members at its sales huts at Thompson Lane and Charlestown (open Sundays 10am-12 February to August, 11am-12 September to January) and has a stall at Baildon Farmers Market (4th Saturday of the month).
Membership open. Approx 350 members. Annual fee �3 includes local retailers discounts.
Committee meetings held at 7.30pm at Baildon Club on 2nd Monday of the month.

Baildon Imagination Library

We are a small charity of 5 trustees, all unpaid volunteers, established in 2015 with the aim of getting more children enjoying to read, parents and guardians to read to them, to develop a love of reading for life and imagination. We’d also like to help improve literacy levels and ensure children are ready for school.
If you live in BD17 with a child or children under 5 you can register free here for them to receive a free book posted to them every month until their fifth birthday - just follow the link that says "Can I register my child?"

Baildon Labour Party

Membership by application. Approx 85 members. AGM February.

Baildon Ladies' Club

Interesting evening meetings. Walking group. Gardening group. Outings. These activities all take place on a regular basis. Meetings are very friendly, not too formal. The main meeting is the 3rd Monday in the month; venue: Ian Clough Hall, Baildon, starting at 7:30pm.

Baildon Local History Society

To encourage the study of local history especially in the Baildon area. The Society has monthly meetings in the winter and local walks in the summer. The Society has a local history archive in Baildon library. We encourage local history research and are always ready to provide an outlet for research that has been undertaken. We meet in Baildon Library, 3rd Monday of the month.

Baildon Men's Forum

To enable retired or semi-retired men to meet together. To promote friendship and to make new aquaintances and renew old ones. Meets Ian Clough Hall, Baildon on alternate Mondays, 10.00am -12.00 Receive talks, some illustrated, on many subjects. Also have some social activities, such as lunches and an annual coach outing.

Baildon Methodist Church
Baildon Orchestra

Meets at Baildon Community Link, 35 Cliffe Avenue, Baildon on Thursday evenings at 7.45pm to 9:45pm. Plays classical and light music.
We try to maintain an orchestra with strings and standard woodwind, 2 flutes, 2 oboe, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets. We have given concerts of light music-show selections, Gilbert and Sullivan, light classics free of charge for pensioners groups and the Arthritis Care Association and others.
The aim of the orchestra is to promote the experience of playing music live and enjoying it. We are open to anyone who can show a basic competence in playing an instrument.

Baildon Players

Membership open. Meet at the Parochial Hall, Baildon. AGM May

Baildon Veterans Association

A group for Baildon residents over 55yrs (both men and women). Activities include snooker, dominoes and fellowship. Membership by application: �10 per year.
Meet at Baildon Moravian Church on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons. Meetings are in the Sunday School room on the first floor, but a chair lift is available.
AGM February.
Currently we have 18 members; if membership increases we may be able to increase meeting times.

Baltic Family Club

The provision of social, educational and cultural support and services to families and children from the Baltic states, especially those who are new arrivals to the UK. We provide different activities for children and adults on the mother tongue: singing, dancing, drawing and much more.

BAME Voices Yorkshire

Who are we?
We are a group called; Black Asian and Minority Ethnic Voice (BAME).
We are part of the Learning Disability Partnership Board also called the LDPB
We want to give people from minority groups in Bradford and District a voice and a chance to make their lives better.
What we do?
We help people understand about people with a Learning disability from BAME background across Bradford and District.
We find out what things are important for people with Learning Disabilities we and ask the council, police, doctors and other people to listen to our problems and help us.
We want to let people with learning disabilities know about the help and support that they can have.
We want to make sure our voice is heard at the learning Disability Partnership Board. The reason we do this is so that people from a BAME background can live a better life.
Our message:
We want to have a strong voice.
We want to do this by:
Getting people with learning disabilities involved.
Raising awareness.
Getting people to listen.
We want to make sure things get done.
We want a strong link with the Learning Disability Partnership Board.
We want to do this by having more people from a BAME background involved in different groups of the Learning Disability Partnership Board, so we can make more of a difference.

Bangladeshi Community Association - Bradford

BCAB aims to promote economic & community development and to create an environment where people are able to live,work and play in harmony. BCAB will play an active role in the development of BME communities in Bradford 3 area. We provide advice services, translation & immigration advice, elderly drop-in/luncheon provision, computer classes, youth development activities.

Bangladeshi Community Association - Keighley
Bangladeshi Youth Organisation [BYO]

Youth club. Playscheme/summer period. Study support sessions. Girls' only youth club session. Short accredited training sessions.

Bankfoot Partnership

To provide or assist in the provision of facilities for education and training, recreation and other leisure time occupation in the interests of social welfare and with the object of improving the conditions of life of those for whom the facilities are provided.


Delivering a wide range of services for vulnerable children, young people and their families.

Growing up is a challenge for everyone, but for some it's more difficult than others. We offer practical and emotional support so that young people can enter adulthood with the confidence they need to achieve their full potential.

Nobody knows better than children and young people what their lives are really like. We're here to listen to them and help them get the support they need. We're serious about that.

Whether in the home, at school, online or in the local community, we support children and young people who have been abused and help them feel safe again. And we reach out to children at risk of harm, giving them the long-term support they need.

Barnardo's - HAPPY
Barnardo's Bradford

Range of services to support disabled children/young people and their families in accessing services. These focus on: Participation-listening to the voice of disabled young people

Barnardo's Employment, Training and Skills (ETS) Yorkshire

Barnardos ETS Yorkshire is a training provider who delivers Study Programme for 16-19 year olds. We offer courses in • Level 2 and 3 Sport • Level 2 Business • Maths, English and ICT up to level 2• GCSE Maths and English • Help with getting a work placement • Traineeships
Office open 8.30- 4.00pm

Barnardo's Turnaround Service
Barnardo’s SENDIASS

Support for parents and carers of children with special needs, addressing education issues/concerns with schools and/or the local education authority.

Barnardos Bradford Listerhills Service
Baseball Softball UK

Development agency for baseball and softball in the UK, working on behalf of the British Baseball Federation (BBF) and British Softball Federation (BSF). BSUK's role is mainly centred on development programmes to increase and progress participation at junior and adult levels in baseball, slowpitch softball and fastpitch softball, including running coach education courses at various levels and a range of beginner entry programmes and activities. BSUK also runs events, looks for funding avenues, provides a central point of contact for the sports and represents the sport at the level of government agencies.


Bayt-Ul-Banaat give mothers the opportunity to volunteer and teach new skills to members of the community in deprived areas of Bradford, such as BD3 and Undercliffe.
Arabic / Spanish classes, photography, modelling, tennis lessons, shopwork, caligraphy, community events, self-help groups etc.