Name Description
The Valley Project

Children's charity based in Holmewood, building an adventure playground with the community.

The Welcome Project
The Wind Rush Project
Thomas Chippendale Society

Preservation and promotion of the life and works of Thomas Chippendale Cabinet maker. Membership by application. Meet at various venues selected by the Committee from time to time. AGM May. Approx 375 members worldwide.

Thornbury Centre

<h2>Our vision:</h2>
<strong>Is to bring communities and partners from all sectors together to rebuild the area's social capital so we have pro-active prosperous citizens who experience good health and wellbeing.</strong>
The Centre is a resource for our communities and for frontline third sector groups.
We are a distinctive venue providing rentable accommodation to new and established organisations that extend the services offered to our local communities.
Our rooms are also available for conferencing and training with free Wi Fi throughout the building. Our on-site cafe provides catering facilities for conferences and to meet the needs of attendees.
Our Hub @ the Centre provides a learning environment, with computers that can be used by groups for training.
Thornbury Centre works with a number of key partners to create and deliver innovative projects that address needs and gaps in services. Our provision includes a wide range of projects providing caring and ethical services:
<h2>Street Life Speaks Out</h2>
This project aims to transform lives through working with young people and local community members to build personal resilience and increase access to resource(s) to overcome problems they face. It will develop skills and confidence so local people can influence and shape local and wider decision making about community priorities.
<h2>4 Life</h2>
4 Life is a health improvement project working across all ages. It provides healthy weight classes, physical activities and cook and eats. 4 Life also works with families creating bespoke programmes to help them make simple behaviour changes.
<h2>LACO Eastern European Migrant's Project</h2>
LACO works with EE and CEE communities - focusing on those of a Roma heritage. It brings a unique mix of health improvement initiatives.
LACO works with cross sector partners to provide bespoke training/ activities and workshops to promote public health messages to tackle underlying health inequalities.
We also provide bespoke training for all sectors who are working with Roma to increase understanding and promote engagement.
<h2>LACO Good Health</h2>
Good Health works with Roma women to improve the health outcomes of their families and children. It especially focuses on ante-post natal care and supports Roma women to engage more effectively with service providers. LACO Good Health also provides bespoke welfare benefit/ advocacy support.

Thornbury Cricket Club

Junior coaching and Senior cricket (2 teams playing Saturday League).
Table Tennis offered to club members. Teams in Bradford and District Table Tennis Association.
We have this year started an Under 13s cricket team in the Bradford Junior Cricket League, and are open for any junior players who wish to play or be coached next season to come and join the club. Naturally this will not be until April 2017, but we will welcome any youngsters who wish to play cricket.

Thornbury Youth and Community Centre

We deliver a youth and community project, training and other support in order to aid regeneration in the area. We employ a small team of mainly part-time staff who work within the Thornbury area. They extend the project to the local youth, women, men, elderly, disabled, and ethnic minorities.

Thornton Antiquarian Society
Thornton Community Centre

We are a volunteer group who are in process of takeover the running and management of the Community Centre on Market Street in Thornton, Bradford from Bradford Council, because of cuts to their budget they are unable to continue.
The centre is available to hire for birthday parties, classes and meetings. We have a main hall and several smaller rooms suitable for meetings.

Thornton Cricket Club

Cricket for all age groups. 1st and 2nd X1 in Halifax League..Membership by application. Meet at Thornton Cricket Club, Hill Top Road, Thornton, Bradford. We are open every day from approx 8.00pm to 11.00pm in the summer (April to September), but in winter we only open on Friday and Saturday evenings 8:00pm - 11:00pm. Junior boys teams U9's,U11's and U13's; also junior girls. AGM February. Aprox 150 members.

Thornton Methodist Art Group

We meet to paint and draw.
Meet at Thornton Methodist Church on Tuesday 7:00pm to 9:00pm.
Approx 10 members.
<strong>The group is aimed at adults but we welcome members of all ages.</strong>
Meetings restart after the summer break from 6 September 2016.

Thornton Singers

Mixed voice choir of around 45 singers, first established in 1907. Our aim is to enjoy music, to provide entertainment to our audience and to enjoy friendships within the choir. We perform around ten concerts a year in various locations in West Yorkshire and occasionally beyond. We are full members of making music. We rehearse each Wednesday in term-time, at Haworth Road Methodist Church, Heaton, Bradford, 7.30pm. Junior members welcome over 14 years.

Thornwood Alpacas

A small Community Interest Company working to enhance the wellbeing of individuals through Alpaca and Animal Assisted Therapy and Nature Based Sessions to include short and long term programmes and AQA Award Based qualifications.

Thorpe Edge Advice Service

Advice is available on: benefits, tax credits, debt, housing, employment.
Open Monday, Tuesday an Thursday 10am to 1pm - no appointment needed.

Thorpe Edge Community Project

Thorpe Edge Community Project offers a wide range of activities, groups, services and opportunities for people to improve their lifestyle, health & sense of wellbeing.

We engage directly with families on low incomes, children, young people, elderly people, lone parents and disabled people to support them and meet expressed needs.

Our approach is holistic and fun. We tackle isolation, encourage social contact, promote physical activities and healthy eating, offer training and volunteering opportunities, involving the community in running the services.

Thorpe Edge Community Project (TECP): Allotment

The Thorpe Edge Allotment and Garden Project allotment is open daily by arrangement.

Thorpe Edge Community Project (TECP): Rockwell Lunch Club

The Rockwell over-50s luncheon club runs three times a week. The Rockwell group also organises days out and monthly tea dances.

Thorpe Edge Disabled Action Group

A members run group offering a social outlet for disabled people including raffles, bingo and refreshments. There are also 2 or 3 outings to markets followed by an evening meal. Free transport to and from the meeting venue is provided inside the Newlands area.

Tickhill Centre (The)

The group offers activities for children and young people in the local community: Summer and Half Term programmes (play schemes). Performance and Arts. Homework Support programmes. Language classes: Arabic.

Time Out
Time to Bee Allotment Group

<p>A chance for anyone who&#8217;s interested in digging, weeding, planting and growing to get involved. Also chance to socialise and get light exercise. The group meets every Monday at the Crag Road Community Garden,&#160;Redbeck Allotments, Otley Road, Shipley from 10am to 1pm and is free to attend.</p>

TLG The Education Charity

TLG, The Education Charity is a Christian Charity that works through the local church to open schools to help disadvantaged children get back into mainstream education.


To provide varied activities for over fifties. Membership open. Meet at Richard Dunn Sports Centre on Mondays 12:15-1pm for Spiral Class and Swimming after 12, and Fridays between 10am-4pm. Half sessions available, 10am-1pm or 1pm-4pm. Full sessions cost �3.30 per session and half sessions �3.20
Approx 100 members. Wednesday 10:45-11:45pm Keep fit session including Aquasize or Swimming �3.30

Together Women

TWP moves women out of crime and into positive futures by working with them to build resilience and develop strengths that enable them to move away from damaging lifestyles in safe women-only spaces.

We operate services throughout Yorkshire from our City Centre bases in Bradford, Hull, Leeds and Sheffield, and outreach services for women in Keighley, Lincoln and New Hall prison.

As well as direct services operated by TWP our centres are used by other local agencies ensuring that multiple needs can be addressed holistically. This ‘one-stop-shop’ approach guarantees that everything a woman needs can be offered in one central location.

Toller Youth Cafe