Directory

Name Description
Claremont Community Centre

Small offices prices for rent Board Room, Training Room and Creche available for hire. Affiliated to Mosque in adjacent building so refugees, immigrants newly arrived in Bradford would have access to support from over 27 nationalities attending Mosque.

Clarke Foley Centre

Situated in the heart of Ilkley, adjacent to the main car park, Clarke Foley community centre is a charity providing facilities for recreational, educational and a wide range of other leisure pursuits.

It is used by people of all ages, many local clubs, groups, and societies who provide a variety of courses, events, exhibitions, and meetings.

There is level access to Clarke Foley; come in and see the facilities we provide.

Call in for morning coffee, lunchtime snacks, hot food, afternoon tea and you will see all we have to offer. Our staff and volunteers will be happy to help you.

Now you can text us or leave us messages if we are unavailable in the office on our new number 07495 045310 or 07442 261462.

Clayton Estate Community Action Group: Thornaby Hub

Community Centre run by Clayton Estate Community Action Group, a voluntary group organising activities for all residents on the Clayton Thornaby Drive Estate at the Thornaby Hub.

Clayton Gospel Hall

Independent evangelical church and community venue.

Sundays,
10:30-10:45am Private Prayer
10.45am Gospel Service with communion
12noon Well-being Café.

First Fridays Monthly
7pm Church Family Prayer

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Home Tutoring
Mondays & Tuesdays, 9-10am & 1-2pm
Contact Andy: 07535594994.

'Phoenix Academy Of Martial Arts.'
(W.A.K.O. Karate (Tues) / Kick-boxing (Weds))
Tuesdays & Wednesdays 6-7:30pm
Contact Philip: 07954581771.

'St Oswald's Players.'
(Amateur Dramatics.)
Wednesdays, 12:30-3pm
Contact Carol: 07825752071.

'Body Confidence.'
(Nutrition Advice & Studio Workout.)
Thursdays, 10am-12noon
Contact Natalie: 07852793864.

'Clan-aulder.'
(Highland Piping.)
Thursdays, 6:30-8pm
Contact John: 01274 882688.

Clayton Village Hall Community Centre (Clayton Community Association)

Village Hall Community Centre run by registered charity Clayton Community Association.

Available for hire for private functions including weddings and family parties. Corporate events and meetings, classes, polling station, youth services, neighbourhood forums, police liaison, parish council, etc.

Hosts community activities including dance classes, yoga, pilates, carers and toddlers group, craft classes, community cinema and coffee shop.

Cliffe Castle Support Group

CCSG is a voluntary body formed from interested members of the general public who support Cliffe Castle Museum and Park.
There is no membership fee, we are all voluntary supporters.
CCSG aims to promote, enhance and protect the environmental, historical, educational and recreational amenities of Cliffe Castle Museum and Park for the benefit of the local community and visiting public and their wellbeing.

Cliffhollins Riding School/ RDA group

Cliffhollins Riding School is a small, friendly, family-run riding school. Cliffhollins RDA group is a registered charity that runs at Cliffhollins riding school, East Bierley, Bradford. The RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) is a large charity that encourages groups to offer therapeutic riding sessions to people with mental and physical disabilities.
Cliffhollins RDA group was established in 2015. We coach riders of all ages to enjoy all the benefits riding gives to both the rider and horse.

CNet (Bradford & District Community Empowerment Network)

CNet is Bradford district's empowerment network. Through capacity building and community development work CNet enables local people to get involved in projects https://cnet.org.uk/projects

CNet also provides information for the voluntary and community sector through their website and CNet News, their regular e-bulletin https://cnet.org.uk/cnet-news

Voluntary and community organisations in Bradford district may also be able to apply for grant funding managed by CNet https://cnet.org.uk/Projects/Grants

Common Wealth

Common Wealth make site-specific theatre events that encompass electronic sound, new writing, visual design and verbatim. Our work is political and contemporary – based in the present day – the here and now. We make work that is relevant and addresses concerns of our times.

Common Wealth are based in Bradford and Cardiff and make award-winning work across the UK and internationally. We are part of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio and current recipients of the Breakthrough Fund with the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

We seek out places to stage our work that are right in a community; a residential house, a boxing gym, places where people who might not go to the theatre might come to instead – we aim to make theatre for people who don’t usually think it’s for them, we’re bored of theatre being for the middle classes and those that can afford it – we genuinely believe in theatre as an art form and the power it has. We think this should belong to everyone – as audience, participants and as protagonists.

Common Wealth started working together in 2008 in a very DIY way with no funding just access to massive buildings and networks of great people to collaborate with. On every project we seek to make something that will engage audiences in an encounter that pushes what theatre can be. We’re not necessarily interested in traditional story-telling but in creating memorable, unexpected experiences.

Our ideas are rooted in socialist politics, working class backgrounds, a keen interest in contemporary music/theatre/art/design, the people that we meet and an idealistic ambition to shift things. We see our plays as campaigns, as a way of bringing people together and making change feel possible.

Commonweal - For a Nonviolent World

Commonweal is an educational organisation that shares nonviolence resources and solutions. Our job is to inspire, inform and connect ordinary people who have had enough of violence.

We can be found online at www.commonwealnonviolence.org and on social media at /CommonwealUK.

We offer a collection of nonviolence resources - books, journals and pamphlets - for the public to use free of charge. It's housed at the University of Bradford's JB Priestley Library.

The Commonweal Archives are a major resource for the study of the history of nonviolent direct action, and they are managed by Special Collections at the University of Bradford.

More details about all of the above are available on our website.

Community Action Bradford and District

The Bingley office is closed to visitors. Staff are working remotely so email or use our mobile phone numbers https://www.cabad.org.uk/our-staff. If you don't know who to contact please email info@cabad.org.uk or phone the Community Action team based at Central Hall on 01535 612500 and we'll be happy to help.

Community Action Bradford & District offers a range of practical resources for local voluntary and community groups, including meeting space, training courses, advice and information. The Bingley office manages two community centres (Cardigan House and Little House). Please email bookings@cabad.org.uk for details of room hire

For organisation support, please contact our Development officer. Is your voluntary or community group based in the Shipley constituency? For a chat about how we could help please contact Chris Hancox email chrish@cabad.org.uk.

Community Action Bradford and District (Bradford office)

Community Action Bradford & District is an umbrella body for voluntary organisations.

We have offices in Bingley, Bradford, Ilkley and Keighley, providing outreach support across the district.
Our role is to develop, support, promote and represent the interests of voluntary and community sector organisations and groups.
We do this by:
- helping groups of local people to work together on things that concern them, such as childcare, health and improving the area in which they live
- providing advice and services to voluntary groups to enable them to be more effective
- promoting to the Council, the NHS providers and to Government Agencies, the role of community groups in improving people’s lives

The Bradford office is open by appointment only. For enquiries please email info@cabad.org.uk or telephone our Keighley office at Central Hall 01535 612500

Community Action Bradford and District (Ilkley office)

Community Action Bradford & District brings together local voluntary and community groups to develop the effectiveness of local voluntary action. The Ilkley office operates at the heart of our local community and brings together over 120 local groups and provides a wide range of services, information and advice.
We assist in the development of new groups, identify new needs and develop initiatives for meeting them.
As well as providing an infrastructure support to local community and voluntary groups in the district Community Action Bradford & District acts as a channel for local groups to voice their opinions on local issues.
The Ilkley office also provides admin support through a volunteer-led service to Good Neighbours Befriending, ShopAssist , Moving On and Home & Garden Assist schemes, as well as Ilkley Community Transport. Bradford and Airedale Citizens Advice meets clients by appointment only at the Ilkley office one morning a week (Tuesday currently)
Office open Monday to Thursday 10am to 12 noon and 2pm to 4pm. Friday 10am to 12 noon only - Other times by appointment.
Telephone enquiries: Monday to Thursday 9am to 4.30pm, Friday 10am to 12 noon.
Approx 11 volunteers.

Community Action Bradford and District (Keighley office)

Community Action Bradford & District is a local development agency for voluntary services and community development/ projects. In Keighley, we provide community development services, a resource centre for voluntary and community groups (Central Hall), help with funding or constitutional and employment issues, as well as general support. There is also equipment for events and meeting rooms available for hire.

Community Buses Bradford

New charity in process of being set up to take over from Newlands Community Transport which has now closed. Minibuses still available for hire, please email or phone for more information.

Community First Yorkshire

Community First Yorkshire is an influential, regional charity working across North, South and West Yorkshire since 1937 to support communities and voluntary sector organisations achieve their ambitions. We take an asset based community development approach to all our work. In Bradford we are supporting interested men in rural communities to explore the idea of a Mens Shed project, finding like minded individuals and a suitable venue to get started.

Communityworks

Community project working in the Otley Road and Undercliffe areas of Bradford, offering activities for all ages. Communityworks has four main aims:
Building social cohesion through bringing together individuals and changing communities. Seeking to understand each other and celebrating our differences, leading to a thriving neighbourhood.
To equip people with skills, knowledge, confidence and resilience to enable them to meet their needs and discover new solutions.
Work together with children, young people, adults and older people to encourage routes to improve life chances.
To be a community resource that promotes good health and well-being.

Contact - For families with disabled children

We run a free advice and information helpline for parents and carers with a disabled child aged from birth to 25, living in any part of the UK. Telephone 0808 808 3555 Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 5pm

If you do not speak English as a first language, we can call you back with an interpreter. Phone the helpline and tell the adviser which language you need and provide your phone number. We will aim to arrange a call with an interpreter on the line the same working day.

Deaf and speech impaired callers can access our helpline via the NGT Text relay service. Text users can prefix their call with 18002.

https://contact.org.uk/help-for-families/information-advice-services/our...

If you are looking for emotional support, book an appointment with our Listening Ear telephone support service. You might be struggling emotionally and looking for strategies to help you cope. Or maybe you just need to talk to someone who understands the extra challenges you face and who can point you in the right direction to get the support you need for your family. To help, we offer one-to-one telephone appointments with a family support adviser for parent carers looking for a listening ear, reassurance and practical and emotional support. Find out more and book an appointment https://contact.org.uk/help-for-families/listening-ear/

Coram Beanstalk - West Yorkshire Branch

Coram Beanstalk is a national children's literacy charity. We have volunteers working in schools in West Yorkshire and welcome new applications from the area. Our aim is to ensure that every child we support has the skills and confidence to reach their true potential and shape their own lives.

The majority of our volunteers commit to helping for two afternoons a week during term time for a year or more, but it may be possible to find you a school if you can only offer one afternoon a week. Placement in a school is dependent on successful completion of training, satisfactory references and a DBS certificate.

Volunteers can find out more and apply online at https://www.beanstalkcharity.org.uk/register-now or call on 0207 729 4087. Our office hours are 10am to 4pm Monday to Thursday.

Cottingley Community Centre

We currently offer: Youth Activities; Catering; IT classes; Arts and Crafts; Exercise classes; Job Club; Family History group; Tea dances; Senior Citizens' groups; Babies', Toddlers' and Children's groups.
Activities are for everyone in the Cottingley area.
Community Cafe
. IT suite, Arts and crafts room.
Rooms available for hire:
large hall with lighting and sound for performance art or celebrations
; meeting rooms and conference facilities.
Catering kitchen
, catering available for any function, small or large. Bar and social area

Opening Hours - our phone lines will be answered between 9am and 4pm Monday to Friday. Outside of these hours there is an answer machine facility.

General Enquiries please call 01274 512800

For meal bookings please call 01274 518284

Cottingley Town Hall Church

Cottingley Town Hall has several rooms which can be hired for events, meetings, etc. It is also licensed to perform marriages and baptisms.

The large, newly refurbished community room is now available for hire for new activities or for parties.

The smaller community room already open as a Drop in Cafe on Monday mornings and is available on other days. Fully equipped, newly refurbished kitchen with a newly added serving hatch open directly into this room.

Chairs and tables are available at no extra cost. If you're interested in hiring the rooms, please contact Kathleen on 07554 165691.

Cottingley Town Hall was built in 1865 as a community asset to provide a meeting place in the village but we do not want the Town Hall to be just the old building on Main Street so come along to one of the activities we offer! Take a look at our facebook page to see what's on https://www.facebook.com/people/Cottingley-Town-Hall-Church/100080132804...

Crag Road Drop-in Centre

The drop-in centre opens every Friday, 1.00pm - 3.00pm, and seeks to offer friendship and support to all adults who live in the catchment area of Windhill, Crag Road, Frizinghall and Bolton Woods. We encourage the lonely, those that need a listening ear or any that just want a free tea/coffee.
We welcome all regardless of colour, class, creed or ethnicity. We especially welcome those with alcohol/ drug related difficulties.
We provide Jam & toast , tea/coffee during the summer & soup & bread tea/coffee during the winter

Create Strength Group

Create Strength Group (CSG) provide support to those affected by individuals whose life is affected
by their own, addictive behaviour or that of someone close to them. We have a specialism in
recovery and aftercare, helping to maintain abstinence and personal growth. We believe all those
with addictive behaviours have the ability to turn their lives around and make positive, sustainable
changes to their personal circumstances and the communities they live in.

Creative Support Ltd

Creative Support is a not-for-profit provider of personalised adult social care services with over 25 years’ experience of providing outcome-focused support that enables our clients to develop essential life skills and gain confidence and greater independence.

We manage a number of local authority commissioned services across the Bradford District including a number of accommodation and community based support services for adults with a mental health related need and a re-enablement service. Creative Support is also an experienced provider of services for people who are on the Autistic Spectrum.

Cruse Bereavement Care Craven & Bradford Area

We recruit and train volunteers to support bereaved adults and children in the Craven and Bradford area.The service is free and confidential.
Support sessions are held at venues throughout the area and are face-to-face, we also offer telephone support to adults.
The helpline 01756 797799 is available Monday 2pm to 4pm; Wednesday 5pm to 7pm; Friday 10am to 12 noon. At all other times there is an option to leave an answer-phone message.
Cruse volunteers receive on-going training and support, if you are interested in volunteering with us please get in touch via email at craven@cruse.org.uk

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