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Name Description
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 (Bowling And Barkerend)

Social Day Care for mend and women - 15 places only

Social Day Care (Undercliffe)

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

Social Group

<p>We offer social daycare for up to 20 people, including transport, a 3 course meal and activities.&#160; As well as support and assistance.</p>
<p>The activities include slide shows, craft making, games, quizzes, Extend excercise, New Age Kurling, Boccia and many other activities as requested by our members.</p>
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Society of Teachers Of Speech and Drama - Yorkshire Branch

Membership by election. All students and qualified teachers of speech and drama are eligible.
Meet at various places in the area as the need arises - members are notified in advance.
Names of speech and drama teachers who give lessons can be provided if required. Annual residential three day conference (Workshops), master class for members. Includes all aspects of performance arts, also public speaking and help with overcoming communication problems. All members fully qualified and experienced practitioners. Members can also provide commercial professional and business communication skills. Specially tailored seminars and workshops. We also provide good professional development and a network for aspiring and existing members to enjoy professional friendship and support.
All our members are able to teach students in a wide variety of examinations in Acting, Musical Theatre, Speaking in Public from young beginners up to Grade 8. Also Solo, Duo and Group examinations for The London Academy of Music and Drama and Trinity / Guildford College.

Soroptimist International (SI) Bradford

To maintain high ethical standards in business,the professions and other aspects of life. To strive for human rights for all people and in particular to advance the status of women. To develop a spirit of friendship and unity amongst Soroptimists of all countries.To quicken the spirit of service and human understanding.To contribute to international understanding and universal friendship. Membership by application - <strong>open to all women</strong>, please get in touch for more information. We meet on the same days, i.e 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month at 6.30pm (except August) at the Great Victoria Hotel at Bridge Street, Bradford BD1 1JX.

Soroptimist International of Bingley

Soroptimist International of Bingley is a vibrant, dynamic service organisation for women through awareness, advocacy and action at international, national and local level. We are committed to helping women and girls to achieve their potential, realise aspirations and have an equal voice in creating strong and peaceful communities.
SI Bingley is part of a global network of more than 3000 Soroptimist clubs worldwide. Members are active locally through service and fund raising projects, at national and international levels in partnership with other Soroptimist clubs and organisations, to improve the lives of women and girls.

Soroptimist International of Keighley

A worldwide voluntary organisation to promote and advance the status and education of women and girls

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South Bradford Chess Club

South Bradford Chess Club provides the opportunity for local chess players to improve their game and play competitively. The club has two teams that play in the Bradford League. The club welcomes all players, experienced or those who are new to the game. We meet on most Tuesday evenings from 7.30pm at Field Sports and Social Club, Chelsea Road, Off, Hollingwood Ln, Bradford BD7 4AY
Please ring ahead to confirm meeting dates.

South Square Centre [Thornton and Allerton Community Association]

South Square Centre is a visual arts resource centre based within a Grade II listed building in Thornton, Bradford, West Yorkshire. It is home to South Square Gallery, a grassroots exhibition space committed to providing a professional and supportive resource for artists and emerging curators. As a test bed for new ideas, the gallery hosts an ever evolving dialogue between artists and their audience. The square also incorporates artists' studios, print workshop, community space, fine art framer, cafe and a bar.

South West Bradford Stroke Group - Wibsey

We are a group of stroke survivors and carers offering support, friendship and advice to anyone who has experienced stroke. Our monthly meetings often consist of coffee and a chat, sometimes a speaker or activities e.g. Boccia (Indoor Bowls), New Age Curling, dominoes and quizzes. We also regularly meet for lunch and have days out. We meet at the Salvation Army Church on the third Monday of every month, from 1-3pm.

Speak with IT

We provide communication improvement support and friendship to people suffering from Aphasia, a disorder often suffered following stroke or head trauma. The charity provides support to help people regain or improve their limited communication skills to help improve their quality of life and reduce their feelings of isolation and loneliness. We have purchased laptops and computer software designed to help people improve their communication skills and we provide these to each of our clients for a three month trial to allow people to assess whether the software and our support is beneficial.

Specialist Autism Services

Specialist Autism Services (formally known as Sacar) was established in 1999 in Bradford due to increasing demands from parents/carers of people with autism. We are a non-profit organisation that works for and with adults on the autism spectrum across Yorkshire, spreading autism awareness nationally. We make a positive difference to the lives of our members and through person-centred support we create opportunities for people to build confidence, develop social skills, increase independence and fulfil their potential.

Specialist Autism Services - The Band

This is a new project run by Specialist Autism Services to develop our existing band ‘Top Whack’. The aim is for adults with Autism to gain the opportunity to learn to play a selection of instruments and those who already have those skills, to share their knowledge with others. The activities will include writing and composing songs, sharing knowledge and experience, attending gigs in a variety of venues, promoting a positive image of autism and helping to advise venues to become more autism friendly.
If you have a passion for music and would you like to play instruments and/or learn musical skills in a supportive environment and would you like to build confidence through performing live music then this may be just what you need. Contact us to find out more.

Specialist Training and Employment Programme (STEP)

<p>STEP helps Syrian refugees who have come to the UK under the Vulnerable Person's Relocation Scheme (VPRS) to gain employment.&#160;</p>
<p>Clients receive one-to-one support and advice on courses, volunteering and work placement opportunities. They will be helped to find paid employment and work experience with local and national employers.&#160;</p>
<p>STEP also provides advanced ESOL classes, teaching business English.&#160;</p>
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Spen Valley Flyers Rink Hockey Club

We are a Rink Hockey club based just outside Bradford City Centre. We train every Saturday from 3:15pm until 5:15pm. We have teams for people of all and abilities. We also run public Roller Disco sessions every Saturday from 2pm until 3:15pm.

Spen Valley Flyers Roller Hockey Club

We train on a Saturday evening from 5pm till 9pm. The club is open to everyone regardless of experience and ability and will hopefully be entering teams in the following age groups: Under 11's * Under 13's * Under 15's * Under 17's * Seniors
Meet at Sports Hall, TLG Hope Park Business Centre, Bradford,
BD5 8HH (located at the top of M606, opposite Cedar Court Hotel)

Splendour

Splendour is a group for older people which aims to promote care, value and love, which in turn transforms the lives of older people in inspirational ways. Includes advice, house assistance, telephone support network, pastoral care and much more.

Sport for able and disabled, young and old
Sport Works

We offer a wide range of health, well-being, education and employability programmes. We're committed to making communities happy and healthy.

Sport, Health & Academia Project Endeavours

SHAPE-UK uses Sport, Health and Academia to engage young people. Originally from Bradford we now deliver educational intervention programmes nationally. Using Armed Forces Personnel (AFP) and civilian professionals to help young people build discipline, we also work with Russel Group universities such as Oxford and Durham to help participants aspire high and fulfil their academic potential. SHAPE enhances communication and life skills in young people that will help them become more employable in future, ensuring they become self-confident, resilient to life’s challenges and more empowered. Activities include, team-building, outdoor/adventure training and classroom-based activities that build character and advance critical thinking skills. Our cognitive learning programmes stimulate intellectual and social growth through mental and physical activities not usually taught in schools. Establishing good connections with service users and their families can allow us to take more young people from different backgrounds and social class and direct them towards a guided and promising future. SHAPE-UK’s programmes are dedicated to increase social mobility, promote diversity, heritage and British values to all ages. As an all-inclusive community hub we share local concerns including those specific to minority communities. By inspiring a sense of belonging and community cohesion we are able to provide a platform for discussions on national and international affairs. Our programmes have a holistic approach; helping individuals improve quality of life and contribute positively to society.

Springfield Care Home

Springfield Care Home is set in a quiet location within its own secure grounds. It is ideally situated close to shops, pubs and a post office with excellent bus and train links to nearby towns. We are a not-for-profit organsation and provide residential and specialised dementia care and cater for varying health needs.
We offer the following:
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<li>99 single en-suite rooms</li>
<li>Call system in each room for 24-hour help</li>
<li>Cosy lounges and areas for relaxing</li>
<li>Lift to all floors</li>
<li>Dementia friendly garden</li>
<li>Choice of freshly cooked meals</li>
<li>Tea and coffee making facilities</li>
<li>Regular entertainment events and outings</li>
<li>Person-centred care</li>
<li>Garden with patio and sensory garden</li>
<li>Hair salon, library, games</li>
<li>In-house shop</li>
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SSAFA The Armed Forces Charity

SSAFA The Armed Forces Charity provides lifelong support to anyone who is currently serving or has ever served in the Royal Navy, the Royal Marines, the British Army or the Royal Air Force.
We're ready to help you and your family, whenever and wherever you need us.
Call our local rate number on 0345 2 415 600 or e-mail wyorkshire@ssafa.org.uk.
SSAFA The Armed Forces Charity is a volunteer led organisation; if your call is not answered in person please leave a voicemail and we will return your call as soon as we possibly can.

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