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Skinfints Kitchen
Skipton Music

Organise six concerts per year with classical musicians of professional standing and international reputation. Box office 01756 799912. Membership open. Meet at Skipton Town Hall on Tuesdays at 7:30pm, with concerts in Oct, Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb and March. AGM May. Approx 250 members.

Small World Cultural Arts Collective

Small World was set up in May ’99 by local volunteers to provide grass roots, participatory arts in Keighley. Working primarily with young people, using arts to allow individuals to develop and communities to come together through celebration, creative ability & opportunity. Over the last 20 years Small World has worked on a variety of broad range projects with young people from all over Keighley, concentrating on the urban disadvantaged areas, as a means of engaging young people at risk. A lot of work is on-going and as more young people are allowed access to arts, more interest develops and new projects are being planned.

SNOOP

Provides services for children with disabilities and complex needs, and adults with learning disabilities, aged 3-25+ years; and support for their parent/carers.
Services provided: after school club, holiday play schemes, day services and evening activity sessions, Chilllin Zone youth club, Climbing Wall and Sensory Play, transition support planning and support at reviews for education, health and social care, Bradford Safe Place Scheme (the Help I'm Lost Card). Open referral system operating district wide.

SNOOP : Children's and Young Adults Services for children and young people with SEND (Including Autism) and complex needs

SNOOP (Special Needs Objective Outreach Project is a registered charity based in Eccleshill and welcoming families from across the Bradford Metropolitan District. We provide a wide range of services to support children and young adults with additional needs and disabilities aged 0-25 years + and give support and information to their parent/carers. Open 50 weeks of the year and offering flexibility to parent/carers to support them to work or further their education and training. We have a team of highly qualified and experienced staff who are happy to meet with you, show you around and discuss your needs and the needs of your child.

SNOOP (Special Needs Objective Outreach Project)

Tadpoles nursery offering free nursery education places for 2 and 3 year olds
Out of school care - inclusive - children with disabilities - complex needs, 3 to 19 years.
Sensory, soft play and climbing wall centre
Youth Club 13 to 25 years for disabled children and their siblings.
Support and attendance at education and social care reviews.
Young adults service 16 to 25+ years. Life/ independence/ social skills (day services and evening services).
ASDAN accredited (life and independence skills) awards for young adults.
Transition support for parent/ carers of young people with disabilites aged 16+
Support planning for adulthood and for a good life.

SNOOP: "I Can Do It"

"I Can Do It" - a project for up to 10 young people with learning disabilities who want to develop and practice everyday life and social skills needed for greater levels of independence, with ASDAN accreditation. The "I Can Do It" project will work with individuals in a client led way to develop and practice: basic money management, staying safe, appropriate behaviour, using public transport, social interaction skills out and about in the community and in the centre.

SNOOP: From Seed to Plate

"From Seed to Plate" - A project for up to eight young people with with learning disabilities aged 16-25 + on Tuesdays who are interested in gardening / growing food for preparing healthy meals. "From Seed to Plate" will demonstrate the links between where food comes from, to its preparation and consumption. "From Seed to Plate" will involve ground preparation, building beds, growing food, composting, preparing and planning menus, cooking and heatlhy eating (from plot to plate) and visits to allotments and talks from older gardeners/allotment holders.

SNOOP: In Stitches

"In Stitches" - A project for eight young adults with learning disabiities aged 16-25+ who are interested in sewing and crafting. "In Stitches" will involve young people working in a team, designing, making and selling sewn and hand crafted products such as bunting, aprons, Ipad covers, peg bags, tote bags etc - all aimed at increasing their motor skills, co-ordination, teamwork, volunteering, employability and enterprise skills.

Soaring Eagle Karate

Soaring Eagle Karate teach Wado Ryu karate from Dalton Mills in Keighley. We have children's, adult and mixed classes and have sessions throughout the week!
We are a voluntary run community club, and are open to everybody. Our sessions are supportive and fun and suitable for all abilities. The first session is free.
For more information, please feel free to get in touch!

Social Day Care

Social Day Care and outreach to improve the quality of life for older people providing social contact, a cooked meal and interesting and varied activities. 20 places per day; 40 per week.

Social Day Care (Barkerend)

<p>Social Day Care with 20 places per day; 60 per week.<br /><br /></p>

Social Day Care (Bowling And Barkerend)

Social Day Care for mend and women - 15 places only

Social Day Care (Bradford City)

<p>Social Day Care (45 places) on Fridays and luncheon club on Wednesday. We offer 3 course freshly cooked meal, extended exercise, bingo, dominos, Polish TV, films, books. Transport for people who need it. We organise day trips, dinner parties on Sundays. Information given about benefits, housing, health etc. Members are mostly Polish but others are welcome.</p>

Social Day Care (East Bowling)

<p>Social Day Care with 20 places per day; 40 per week.<br /><br /></p>

Social Day Care (Frizinghall)

<p>Social Day Care on Wednesday (female only, 10 places) and Thursday (male only, 10 places)</p>

Social Day Care (Great Horton)

<p>Social Day care on two days:<br /><br /> Wednesday (28 places; 14 male &amp; 14 female)<br /><br /> Thursday (female only, 14 places)</p>

Social Day Care (Horton)

<p>Social Day Care with 25 places per day.</p>

Social Day Care (Idle)

<p>Social Day Care and outreach to improve the quality of life for older people providing social contact, a cooked meal and interesting and varied activities.<br /><br /> 15 places per day; 45 places per week.</p>

Social Day Care (Kirkgate)

<p>The Kirkgate social day care is a day of activities, socialising and enjoying a lunch together.</p>
<p>The day care is run by a dedicated team of trained staff and volunteers at the Kirkgate Centre.</p>
<p>Regular activities include bingo, quizzes, cook &amp; eat sessions, singing, exercise and crafts.</p>
<p>Clients can attend every Tuesday <strong>or</strong> every Friday, 10am&#8211;3.15pm<br /><br />For further information, please contact the Kirkgate Centre 01274 580186.</p>
<p><img src="http://www.kirkgatecentre.org.uk/calendar/socialdaycare/files/pasted-gra... alt="Older people enjoying crafts at the Kirkgate social day care" width="400" height="299" /></p>

Social Day Care (Leeds Road)

<p>Social Day Care with 20 places per day Tuesday ,Wednesday &amp; Thursday only; 100 per week.</p>

Social Day Care (Lidget Green)

<p>Social Day Care with 40 places per day.</p>
<p>This service runs three days a week.</p>

Social Day Care (Manningham)

<p>Social Day Care with 10 places per day run by <a href="../Organisation.aspx?ID=544">BEAP Community Partnership</a>.</p>

Social Day Care (Manningham)

<p>Social Day Care with 30 places per day<br /><br /> <br /><br /></p>

Social Day Care (Undercliffe)

Social Day Care with 20 places per day; 40 per week.

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