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Amble Development Trust is charged with the regeneration of the town, fulfilling major infrastructure programmes as well as community development projects
We develop a variety of community, arts & cultural initiatives supporting the wellbeing of local residents & organisations. We seek to work with others to revive, sustain, develop and promote Batley’s historic town centre as a vibrant community hub for all Batley residents to enjoy.
To engage with all members of the community including voluntary organisations and groups. Bognor Regis Town Council produced the Neighbourhood Plan for the town, is currently funding a Youth Worker and is in the process of setting up a Playing Out scheme for young people working in conjunction with local residents.
Trident works to achieve a proud, healthy, active and welcoming community where families thrive. To do that we engage, inspire and enable people to work together to: • Develop skills and enterprise • Improve health and wellbeing • Enhance the environment • Celebrate the community
Bramley Elderly Action (BEA) provides opportunities and support for older people (aged 60+) living in Bramley, Swinnow and parts of Stanningley, West Leeds. We also manage Bramley Community Centre, Bramley Lawn social centre, and OWLS (Older Wiser Local Seniors) which supports older people in Burley, Hyde Park, Little Woodhouse, Headingley and parts of Kirkstall (NW Leeds)
The Burton Street Foundation is a community benefit society in Sheffield, specialising in providing care and support for adults and children with learning disabilities. We work with almost 250 clients every week, with needs ranging from moderate to profound and multiple learning disabilities. We also have many facilities which are open to the wider community.
We renovate empty properties with volunteers and homeless people, who become our tenants after creating good quality affordable homes for themselves. We bring derelict property back into use, house homeless families, train unemployed people in construction skills, create jobs, improve community cohesion and contribute to the regeneration of disadvantaged neighbourhoods.
Gateshead Enterprises currently offers: Job Law provides low cost, comprehensive legal advice for all aspects of your working life. Dementia Café supporting those with dementia, their families and carers.
Halifax Opportunities Trust runs a range of activities, community businesses and services in order to make a vibrant, multicultural and self-sustaining community. We work alongside local people to find good jobs, learn new skills, run successful businesses and live a healthy, happy life.
Empowering and enabling disabled and disadvantaged people and their families, carers, support workers and local communities, regardless of age, or background to fulfil their potential as active citizens and fully participate in a more resilient society and neighbourhoods in which they live.
Meadow Well Connected exists to provide services to local residents including the provision of education & skills development opportunities; access to a space for social & well being activities and to provide services which relieve poverty, hardship and ill-health.
Middleport Matters was set up to consult with residents and learn how to meet the needs of local residents in order to bring people together and create a sense of community pride and cohesion. We want our community to celebrate the amazing things that the area has to offer and work towards creating a better future for Middleport.
Oxford House is where East London comes together to work, learn, explore and create. We celebrate arts, community and our heritage.
St Albans provides facilities and services to support local people, improve their quality of life and give them a voice in the local community.
Hilda Lane Community Association promotes community cohesion by offering wide range of events and activities to local residents. We promote and support wellbeing among our residents by offering classes to people of all ages.
Kirkburton Hub – 2 story community centre, 900 users/month Time Together – 1,500 hrs/month of social activities Community Transport – 1,200 minibus passenger trips/month Volunteer Car Service – 1,000 car passenger trips/month DDC Training Centre – training for community groups DDC Events – free public awareness events Charity Shop – and drop in centre!