|The Bradford Playhouse||
Seasonal programme that includes Theatre and a regular Music Programme including: Drama, Panto, New Writing, Creative workshops for young people and theatre tours.
|The Bridge Project||
Our Mission is helping people with multiple needs, including those affected by mental health conditions, housing and offending issues to achieve positive change.
Our vision is to provide excellent, visibly innovative services that instill hope, inspire change and build recovery. Working with partners to:
Help individuals with multiple needs achieve healthy, positive and fulfilling lifestyles through the provision of treatment, care, education and training services.
|The Cellar Trust||
We are a registered mental health charity that supports people with mental health problems, across the Bradford district to move forward in their recovery and live independent, fulfilling lives.
We exist because mental health problems exist and because they are complex. We all have mental health and our state of health can change at any time. Mental health problems affect everyone in a different way and they can be devastating. Our purpose is to support people when they face these challenges, and to empower them to move forward.
|The Cellar Trust: Haven Service||
The Haven service offers mental health crisis support, seven days a week, 365 days a year to people of all ages living in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale or Craven and is based at The Cellar Trust in Shipley. Haven offers a non-clinical environment for people experiencing a mental health crisis. Trained specialists are on hand to work with people to develop their plans to stay well and cope better with distress in the future.
Staffed by Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust, The Cellar Trust and Bradford Metropolitan District Council, Haven supports people and where appropriate their families/carers to do an initial assessment of their needs. Working together with the individual we de-escalate their level of mental distress, discuss what is going on for them, and work with them to plan what they need to do to stay well.
The Challenge is the UK's leading social integration charity and the largest provider of NCS - a government supported
|The Compassionate Friends||
The Compassionate Friends is an organisation of bereaved parents offering support, understanding and friendship to others after the loss of a child, of any age, from any cause.
We offer a National Telephone Helpline, staffed by bereaved parents only, who are available for support and information 365 days a year. We also offer a website and moderated online forum, local support contacts and groups, weekend gatherings and retreats, information leaflets, bereavement support publications and a postal library. Some specialist sibling support is also available.
The best way to begin finding appropriate access to your support needs is via our Helpline and website. Our Helpline also has the most up to date details about the support activities that might be available in your area.
|The Craven Trust||
The Craven and Beamsley Trusts are there to support community-based projects and individual cases of hardship in our area.
|The Creative Butterfly Project (cic pending)|
|The Ear Trust||
Registered charity which supports the work of the ENT unit at Bradford Royal Infirmary working with profoundly deaf adults and children. Cochlear implants are the main area of work together with the support of hearing and speech therapy after fitting. AGM January.
|The Edge Project||
The Edge Project is a separate charity, providing support for 8 - 18-years-olds. Offering out of school education for students with challenging behaviour, many of whom are on the edge of exclusion, as well as a drop-in, a mentoring service and help for young carers. We also now have a focus on music, performing arts, sports and working with local churches.
|The Gateway Centre - Pay as you feel Cafe||
The pay as you feel café allows individuals in crisis to have a warm meal without the pressure of having to pay lots of money. We run solely on donations and this often isn’t enough to make 5 meals per week.
|The Glen Singers||
To sing for pleasure and also to entertain locally, and sometimes further afield for charity. We are a choir of over 60 mixed voices. Membership by application. Meet at Thackley Methodist Church,Thackley, Bradford on Thursdays at 7:45pm. Our AGM is normally in July. Approx 65 members.
|The Hive, Silsden||
The Hive is situated in Silsden, West Yorkshire and is a place for our community, young and forever young to meet up, have a chat with friends, have a coffee and a natter, listen to music or just chill out. We have various groups that hire 'The Hive' on a weekly basis.
|The Horsfall Community Trust||
We are a community football club that aims to be the heart of our community
Why the community needs us
Our impact on the community
|The Life Centre, Bierley||
The Life Centre is run by Bierley Community Association Ltd, a registered charity and company limited by guarantee since 2010.
|The ME Association||
The M.E.Association offers information and support to people with M.E./Chronic Fatigue Syndrome throughout the UK. The Association publishes a quarterly magazine "ME Essential" and a range of leaflets.
Its ME Connect helpline is open every day of the year between 10am to 12 noon, 2pm to 4pm and 7pm to 9pm. The number to call is 0344 576 5326.
The MEA also support and funds biomedical research projects aimed at more closely understanding the illness, in the hope that this research will find a cure.
|The Memory Tree CIC||
Dementia Support in the Local Community
|The Mindfulness Garden||
We are currently offering taster sessions and 8-week courses of mindfulness in the garden at Horton Community Farm for older people. This service if FREE to over 50s, carers and those on benefits. You can also join us if you are under 50. We charge under 50s £6 unwaged and £10 waged per session.
|The Neighbourhood Project||
Our mission is to promote the sustainable environmental, social and economic well-being of neighbourhoods through promoting self-help and community enterprise.
In practice, we deliver informal training to residents in community settings on topics relating to local regeneration, e.g. neighbourhood planning, building community assets, and environmental sustainability, e.g. local food growing, waste reducing and recycling. We then provide support to turn this new knowledge into action, whether people volunteer for an existing organisation or set up a new project, campaign or group.
We also run digital training services that mainly target vulnerable adults and older people to improve their computer skills and using the internet. These are provided both in groups and on a one-to-one basis in people's homes.
Our aim is to up-skill and encourage active neighbourhoods where residents contribute positively towards local regeneration and sustainability.
|The Oddfellows - Bradford District Branch||
The oddfellows is a mutual non-profit friendly society with the aims of enjoying the social side of life and helping those in need. Social activities are Thursdays every month meeting at Carlton House, Little Horton Lane, Bradford and Woodbottom Social Club, Baildon Bridge. We also have a sandwich lunch with a talk one Monday every month and a lunch club on the last Wednesday of every month. Groups aimed at age 50+.
|The Parish Church of Saint Paul's, Manningham||
The Parish Church of Saint Paul's, Manningham strives to be at the heart of the community making known the love of God revealed in the uniqueness of Jesus Christ.
|The Peace Museum||
The Peace Museum explores the history and the often untold stories of peace, peacemakers, social reform and peace movements. It occupies three small galleries in one of Bradford's many fine Victorian buildings. It is unique in that it is the only accredited museum of its kind in the UK.
The Museum asks visitors to consider peace as something that requires action, while recognising that peace is a challenge! We see ourselves as a Museum for life in every sense, posing big questions and encouraging young and old alike to consider their own stories, the stories of others and to be part of a continuing one. So:
|The Saltaire Collection||
The Saltaire World Heritage Education Association (SWHEA) manages the Saltaire Archive through a partnership with Shipley College.
If you wish to visit the archive we are open by appointment, please email email@example.com. We are located in the Shipley College Learning Resource Centre, (second floor of the Exhibition Building), Exhibition Road, Shipley, BD18 3LQ.
|The St Hugh's Centre||
The St Hugh’s Centre is a community centre offering adult education, hobby and social groups, as well as child services, for residents of the lower Baildon area. We run regular beginners' computer classes and courses in subjects like craft, cookery, family history, languages and digital photography. We have indoor bowling, the Oasis Friendship Café, yoga, bingo, art classes, karate and a weekly toddler group. We offer a venue for community inclusion and consultation: councilors’ surgeries, neighbourhood forums, local and national elections, community campaign meetings. We run a food bank to help alleviate food poverty issues in our local community, resourced by donations from our three churches and other groups.
The Centre is involved in active partnerships and links with other suitable organisations: Bradford Council, Shipley Area Co-ordinator’s Office, Baildon Children’s Centre, Baildon Link, local Ward Councilors, Police. Various types of funding are accessed to make the Centre self-sufficient: contract funding (government funded adult education), grants (e.g. Shipley Council, Mechanics Institute, Parish Council, Bradford Met) and income generated from private room hire. Small charges to Users also generate income but all activities are subsidised from other funding to make it affordable for all.
|The Thornbury Centre||
We are a community hub, we bring hope to people living in an area of endemic deprivation. As a community hub we focus our work in Bradford East, however, due to the success of our interventions, we are taking our models of working to other communities across Bradford. We also utilise our building to generate income through conferencing & tenancies.