Our mission is to “work in partnership to serve the community”. We do this by partnering with experienced local external agencies to deliver a diverse range of activities and services throughout the week.
The Life Centre
We are delighted to have received a grant from Healthbloom; a Community Interest Company committed to raising money to address health inequalities in Kirklees, Calderdale and Bradford.www.healthbloomcic.org.uk
Since December 2013 we have employed a part-time Senior’s Inclusion Worker to take a lead developing existing services and introducing new ones in consultation with the Senior’s Council.
We have since implemented a new session where older people can drop in on a Friday before lunch to read the papers or chat over a cup of tea/coffee and we have also added new menus at our lunch group, which are proving very popular.
Thursday 6th February saw the launch of our Asda Bus Run for the over 60’s, living in the Bierley area, and provides a service where people are collected from their homes, dropped off at Asda and then returned back home afterwards.
We have also introduced a new programme of activities and trips out during the Friday Friends session and on Tuesdays there is a gentle exercise class led by Leela Peel and a computer club.
If you are interested in joining in any of the activities or would like any information regarding any aspect of the seniors work please contact Chris on 07725 942568 or Sammy on 07502 227072.
Activities:Asda Bus Run Gentle Exercise Class Friday Lunch Friday Friends
One in a Million
One in a Million is a Bradford-based charity that works in partnership with Bradford City FC to help children and young people, many of whom are from disadvantaged backgrounds. One in a Million provides education in and out of school through our Sports, Arts and Enterprise programmes.
For more information visit www.oneinamillion.org.uk or speak to Andy Bako at the Centre
e:merge is a Christian youth organisation working across Bradford to deliver youth work at home, in school and on the streets in areas where there is little or no provision. Their approach is to build a community hub in partnership (at home, on the streets, in schools) with those who have lived and grown up in the community to grow something tailored for the needs of that area. Working with The Life Centre they deliver open play sessions for ages 8 and up including, refreshments, games, arts and crafts and sports.
For more information about e:merge visit www.emergeonline.org.uk or call 01274 660244
Go-Kan-Ryu (GKR) Karate brings the Martial Art of Karate in reach of everyone, regardless of age or fitness levels. Kancho Robert Sullivan, Founder and Chief Instructor, believes that every individual can learn and benefit from Karate training.
For ages 5 and up.
For more information please contact Sensei Peter Killaway on 07852 292 302.
Our aim is to educate and to provide memorable and challenging outdoor experiences, to all age groups, no matter what their level of ability and fitness. GO365 is a small friendly organisation who will do everything we can to provide a quality and honest service, from start to finish. We base our experiences entirely on the requirements of the client group. In addition to providing a full and flexible service designing, organising and delivering the expedition section of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award at Bronze and Silver Levels to schools, colleges and universities, GO365 also delivers on site experiences which include cycling, archery and team development.
Love food? Love Slimming World. Join our friendly group today!
Every Monday evening from 7pm-8pm; contact Jill on 07825366585 or visit www.slimmingworld.com for more information.
CHAS @ St Vincents
Activities:Advice Drop In
Bradford City Foot Ball Club
Activities:Mums & Tots Football
Bradford Youth Service
The Youth Service provides services for all 13 – 19 year olds across the district, including vulnerable young people who need additional support.
Good youth work practice is based on the principles of equality, participation, education and empowerment.
We engage young people in a range of informal learning experiences which are based on these principles and reflect their interests.
Our programmes enable young people to develop their personal and social skills, through a variety of methods, including: