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Bingley Amateur Swimming Club

Bingley ASC is a leading swimming club in the local area and is a voluntary org. run by parents and other volunteers. There is no age restriction (min. or max.) but a minimum ability is required. We co-ordinate our activities with 'Learn to Swim' and 'Performance Squad' sessions offered by other providers.
Our pool side is well staffed by qualified teachers and coaches and swimmers of all abilities will receive a warm welcome. You can swim to compete or just socially.
We endeavour to make sure it is fun. Members also enjoy a varied social programme. Students at local colleges/universities are welcome to gain coaching experience with us either as part of their course or as a volunteer.

Bingley and District Local History Society

Aims to promote interest in the history of Bingley and the surrounding villages. Membership open. Approx 120 members. Meets at Church House, Old Main Street, Bingley. Bi-monthly from September to May on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7:30pm, please check our website for more information which includes details of current <a href="http://www.bingleyhistory.co.uk/calendar.html">events</a>.

Bingley Angling Club

Membership costs �32.00 and �7 entry fee. Under 16s �12.00, ladies, senior citizens �17.00 and registered disabled �20.00 (no entry fee for these categories). AGM November (2nd week)

Bingley Art Society

We are an art group that meets weekly (apart from around Christmas, the New Year and Easter)
We meet at Cardigan House, Ferncliffe Road, Bingley on a Thursday night between 7.30 pm and 9.15 pm.
Our members use a mixed variety of mediums and are happy to share their knowledge and methods. We have workshops and demonstrations throughout the year.
Visitors and new members are welcome

Bingley Badminton Club

Playing badminton socially and competitively. Teams entered in Bradford and District League (mens, ladies, mixed). Suitable for ages 14-75 who have had some previous experience of badminton. Friendly club with some social events. Guests can come on 3 occasions before deciding to join.
We play at the Zara centre on Monday nights.

Bingley Camera Club

A club for all levels of photographers, any age and experience. We have talks and practical evenings, slide and audio-visual evenings, including digital photographs.
We meet September to May, Monday evenings, 7.30pm at Cardigan House, Ferncliffe Road, Bingley BD16 2TA.
Come and give us a try, for friendly company, help and advice. We would welcome any new members at any time of our season.

Bingley Child Contact Centre

<img style="margin: 5px 10px; float: left;" title="NACCC" src="http://www.naccc.org.uk/layout/templates/images/logo.png" alt="NACCC" width="115" height="64" />We provide a safe and secure environment for non-resident parents/grandparents to see their children. We can facilitate partners not wanting to meet and we provide a pre-visit for all concerned. The service is free but we require completed referral forms which can be obtained from the co-ordinator.

Bingley Flower Club

Membership by application. Approx 120 members. Meets at Bingley Arts Centre, Main St, Bingley usually on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm. Meetings usually take the form of demonstration by visiting flower arranger followed by tea and coffee in the lounge where members meet and can buy from the Sales Table. Outtrips organised about once a year.

Bingley Flower Fund Homes Ltd

Independent voluntary organisation providing sheltered housing for those over 60 who have connections with the Bingley district.
Charitable status: Exempt within the meaning of the Charities Acts. Registered under the Industrial and Provident Societies Acts, Reg No 16263R. Registered Address: Manorfield, Littlelands, Cottingley, Bingley BD16 1RW.
Address for donations: The Treasurer, 75 Park Road, Bingley, BD16 4BP.
For lettings contact Mrs I Crawford on 01274 511869.

Bingley Glen Bowling Club

To play friendly and competitive bowling from April - September. Membership by application.All new members welcome,young and old. Team positions available for experienced or learner bowlers. Meet at Myrtle Park, Bingley. Top Green Matches on Wednesdays and Saturday afternoons Easter to September in the Airedale and Wharfedale league. Approx 28members.

Bingley Harriers and Athletics Club

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Membership by application. Club athletics, track and field, cross country, fell & hill racing for school year 3 upwards. Junior sessions Beckfoot School Sports Centre, Tuesdays 6.30 to 7.30 (ages 7-11yrs) 7.30 to 8.30 (11yrs upwards) . Sportshall athletics for under 11's. Strength & conditioning. Senior pace runs Thursdays 7:15pm. Meet at Bradford and Bingley Rugby Club, Wagon Lane, Bingley. Competition for all events, all age. Approx 500 members AGM September

Bingley Juniors Football Club

Football opportunities for ages 5-16.
Ages 5 - 14 at Beckfoot School.
Meet at Gilstead Recreation Ground Ages 15 and above.

Bingley Labour Party

Membership by application/open. Contact the secretary on 01274 778434. Meet at the "Little House", Market Street, Bingley, on the third Tuesday of every month except August at 8pm. Approx 170 members. AGM February

Bingley Liberal Democrats

Bingley Liberal Democrats has now merged with the Shipley and Keighley Constituency Liberal Democrats. Please contact Mr J Cole with any queries.

Bingley Little Theatre

Amateur theatre and community arts centre offering plays, arts events and hire of space for public and private events. Also houses Food Bank and provides facilities used by NHS Blood Donation Service.

Bingley Men's Janus Club

Meeting place for retired men within Bingley and district area. Membership open to retired and semi-retired men who are resident in the Bingley district. Approx 80 members. Meets at the Eldwick memorial Hall, Otley Road, Eldwick, Bingley every Thursday October to May, and on the second Thursday in the month June-September at 10:00am.

Bingley Methodist Church

We worship at 10.30 am every Sunday morning, Sunday Club for young people from the age of 3 upwards is held at the same time. Creche facilities are also available. Coffee and tea are served following the service, please stay and join us.
You can hire our rooms for as little as �12 per hour. Full details of room sizes, prices and how to make a booking are on our website.

Bingley Town Conservatives

To promote the Conservative cause both locally and nationally. To raise funds for the Conservative Party and win elections. To advance the intrests of Bingley at local, regional and national levels.
We are a Branch of Shipley Constituency Conservative Association.
<div>The Bingley committee meets at 8pm on the FOURTH Thursday of every month except DECEMBER. </div>
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<div>Usually we meet at The Brown Cow, Ireland Bridge Bingley BD16 2QX. </div>

Bingley Voices

We are a community-based singing group which meets on Mondays at 7pm at Bingley Methodist Church, Mornington Road, Bingley. We come together to sing for pleasure and to go out into the community to give pleasure to other people, eg in old people's homes and hospitals.

Bingley Walkers are Welcome
Bingley Wellbeing Project

This Community Action Bradford & District project aims to improve the mental health and wellbeing of people in Bingley by helping people of all ages stay healthy and in particular, reaching out to isolated older people;
*Tuesdays from 3 October 2017* Lunch Club Plus, Cardigan House £6 per person, additional charge of £4 for transport if required
Every second Wednesday - Wellbeing cafe “Cafe B”, Little House £3 per person.
Wednesdays - Drop in, Cardigan House 10am to 12.00 noon, £3 per week
Wednesdays - Computer classes, Cardigan House 12.45pm to 2.45pm, £3 per week
Every second Sunday, Sunday Lunch, Cardigan House £6 per person.

Black Dyke Band Ltd

To perform musical concerts. Membership by application. Meet in Black Dyke Band Room, Queensbury on Mondays and Thursdays at 7:30pm-9:30pm. Approx 30 members. Established 1855.

Black Health Forum

The main aim of the Black Health Forum (BHF) is to work in partnership with the African / African-Caribbean communities in the Bradford district enabling them to become, confident and informed about Health and Social Care Services on offer. The BHF acts as a conduit for disseminating information and signposting services. It also supports African and African Caribbean groups that do not have a constitution in delivering health related projects.

The BHF was set up informally in May 2000, to look at health and social care issues relating to African/African-Caribbean communities and the services they receive. Due to the successful funding application made in 2001, to the then City Primary Care Trust, the BHF was able to go on to develop into a more formal structure with the ultimate goal of achieving our aim.

The forum is made up of health, social and voluntary sector workers, who share a common goal of reducing inequalities in health and social care for the African/African-Caribbean communities in the Bradford district. Over the years the committee members have changed, some have left and new ones have come on board and some old members have returned.

The forum continues to run on a purely voluntary basis. Over the past two years we have seen a significant increase in membership.

BLAGY (Bradford Lesbian And Gay Youth)

Bradford Lesbian and Gay Youth is a group for young people aged 14-25. Meets every Wednesday 6 - 8.00pm Aims to provide collective support in a safe and secure environment. The youth workers are Jonathan and Louise. Evenings offer a variety of different activities. For more information use any of the contact details on this page.

Bloodwise Branch - Bradford & Leeds Branch

We are one of a number of local branches within the charity Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research that raise funds locally to pay for a national research programme into all various types of leukaemia, lymphoma and related conditions. We also give help with information on leukaemia if requested by families of sufferers.
Meetings are held (not on a regular basis) at the home of one of our main members in turn. These are to discuss planned activities and share useful information emanating from Head Office. Some of us also attend our Annual Conference, held at different venues around England.

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