|St Aidan's Church||
The building's official purpose is for Sunday worship.
Lunch Club,also befriending, transport and cleaning for church and community members. Music group: Thursday 7.00pm - 8.00pm Community Choir, Monday from 7.00pm Coffee morning: Saturday from 10.00am Brass band use our facilities on Tuesday evenings.
|St Andrews Luncheon Club||
We are a friendly, welcoming group. We enjoy lunch and occasional quizzes, bingo, raffles and a good after lunch chat! We offer a listening and caring ear and share any information that might be of use/value to our clients.
|St Anne's Community Services||
St Anne's provides a wide range of quality services for people who require support for one or more reasons. We work with people who have a learning disability, have mental health problems, people with issues around substance use - drugs and/or alcohol and people who are or have been homeless. Services include a variety of housing & accommodation based support and care, day services & community based support. St Anne's is a major provider of services across the whole of Yorkshire & the North East.
|St Barnabas Church, Heaton||
A beautiful Church of England Church at the heart of the Village of Heaton. Home to the "Heaton Tapestry" - a millenium needlework project depicting the history of the village in 53 panels stitched by over 400 local people. Strong choral tradition - new singers always welcome!! To arrange a wedding or baptism - or to use the church as a venue for your concert or eventt, please do get in touch!! Sunday Services: 8am (1662 Prayer Book Holy Communion) 10.30am (Contemporary Holy Communion)
|St Christopher's Church||
St. Christopher's Church has meeting rooms and several projects including St Christopher's Youth Project, Good Neighbours and Family Project. Youth Project: Various activities for school age children, many music based with qualified leaders and teachers. Good neighbours: Welcomes over 50s for daycare with qualified carers, activities, cafe with lovely food (qualified chef) at very reasonable prices. Family Project: Caters for babies and preschool children; baby massage; qualified leaders.
|St Christopher's Good Neighbour Project: Activity Day||
Our activity day takes place on Fridays from 10am - 3pm and is open to older people over the age of 50. Lots of activities on offer including dance sessions, indoor bowls and table tennis.Transport, Refreshments and a warm meal available.
|St Christopher's Good Neighbour Project: Community Cafe||
The Good Neighbour Project run a Community Cafe on Monday Tuesday and Thursday lunch times from 11am - 1pm. We serve good quality home cooked food at very reasonable prices. All food is freshly prepared on the premises using fresh produce wherever possible.
|St Christopher's Good Neighbour Project: Day Care Centre||
The Good Neighbour Project runs a Day Care facility for over 50's four days per week. We are open from 9.30am - 2.30pm on Monday, Tuesday,Wednesday, & Friday. 3 course lunch and refreshments, door to door transport, lots of activites including; keep fit, indoor bowls, dance sessions, games and occasional trips out.
|St Christopher's Good Neighbour Project: Home from Home||
Our Home from Home centre for over 50's meets on Wednesdays from 9.30am - 2.30pm. 3 course lunch, door to door transport and lots of activities including; tai chi, exercise, live entertainment, games and occasional trips out. Come along, have fun and make new friends in a pleasant and friendly environment.
|St Christopher's Good Neighbour Project: Line Dancing||
Thursday afternoons from 2pm - 3.30pm.
|St Christopher's Good Neighbour Project: Out and About Day||
Good Neighbour project Out & About day provides trips to local supermarkets and local places of interest to people over 50.
|St Christopher's Youth Project||
St. Christopher's Youth Project offers various activities for young people in Holme Wood. We specialise in performing arts and offer midweek and weekend clubs focusing on Music, Drama and Dance. We also offer groups which explore the Christian faith and support services for young adults (up to 25 years) focussing on accomodation based issues.
|St Edmund's Nursery School and Children's Centre||
St Edmund's Nursery School and Children's Centre is a purpose built centre in Girlington, Bradford, for children aged 0 to 5 years and their families. We provide high quality nursery school education, extended provision between the hours of 7.45am and 5.45pm and a range of services for children, families and the community.
|St Francis Village Hall / St Peters PCC||
A village hall on the estate of Allerton which is used at a very reasonable rate, for parties, meetings and various group activities Wednesday 6:00pm - 7:30pm Yoga
|St Hugh’s Centre (The)||
The St Hugh's Centre is a community centre in lower Baildon, offering adult education, hobby and social groups, child services and a venue for hire.
|St Ives (Bingley) Riding For The Disabled||
Riding lessons for people with disabilities of all ages.
|St James Church, Bolton||
Sunday Morning worship 10:30am Informal with children's groups
|St James's Wednesday Club||
Social group for older people in Eccleshill, Undercliffe and Bolton area (BD2 and BD10) on Wednesdays 1:00pm to 3:30pm. There are entertainers each week, and regular outings 3/4 times each year, with a summer and winter break in the programme.
|St John Ambulance (Shipley)||
First aid cover to any event in the area. First aid training courses, adults and cadets. Fundraising and "Friends of St John". Supporting other community work. Meet on Tuesday evenings.
|St John Ambulance Keighley Ambulance And Nursing Division||
The practice and teaching of first aid and allied subjects, nursing, hygiene etc. Membership by application. Meet at Briggs Maritime House. Approx 25 members. Meeting Times: - Adults Mondays 7.45pm - 9pm - Cadets 10 to 18 years Wednesday 6.30pm till 8pm - Badgers 7 to 10 years Wednesday 6.30pm till 7.30pm
|St John's Bowling Hub||
TMC (the Morning Congregation) is a congregation of the Church of England meeting every Sunday morning. We are an inclusive gathering where everyone is valued, irrespective of age or background. We aim to grow spiritually as a family together.
St. John’s Bowling is 1 mile from the city centre up the Wakefield Road in the residential area of East Bowling BD4. Many of our congregation live locally but equally others travel from other areas of Bradford.
We are well known for our prominent notice board offering a way side message to travellers on the main road up from the Interchange. We have recently completed the building of a new entrance and have renovated throughout to also host a community hub.
We are also one of ten congregations in a network called Outworks:Bradford. See their website www.outworksbradford.org.uk
|St John's Church, Ben Rhydding||
St John's is a Parish Church set in the parish of Ben Rhydding and is part of the Otley Deanery in the Diocese of Bradford. We are a very family friendly church blessed with many children of all ages attending regularly. We are the only Church of England Church in Ben Rhydding.
|St John's Day Centre||
We are a Social Day Centre offering company, various activities i.e. prize bingo, games, entertainment, summer trips out, armchair exercises, quizzes, advice from visiting speakers, crafts and a home cooked meal. Transport can be arranged for people living locally. Aimed at all men and women aged 60+ living in Thorpe Edge, Eccleshill, Idle, Greengates, Ravenscliffe, Swain House, Thackley and Undercliffe.
|St Paul's Church, Wibsey||
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<strong>Uniformed Organisations </strong><em>(Rainbows, Brownies, Guides)</em> run also their activities in our place.