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Batley Care & Drop In opens Monday and Thursday 10am to 12.30pm for homeless and / or socially isolated people. We provide free hot food and drinks whilst also offering support and advice if required....
Batley Care & Drop In website
A drop in centre, where we serve hot meals, desserts, tea and coffee, alongside counselling and signposting. Open to anyone in the community, particularly those who are isolated and on benefit.
BatleySmile carries out activities for the benefit of the town of Batley, West Yorkshire, its residents and local organisations. It was registered as a Community Interest Company at Companies House on...
BatleySmile CIC website
Better in Kirklees (BIK) supports you to be active and involved in the community, keeping you happier and healthier, and independent for longer.
It is a project which helps you join groups and activities...
Better in Kirklees website
"Birdsedge Events Commitee is run as part of the newly renovated Birdsedge Village Hall to provide entertainment, social and educational events to the residents of Birdsedge and surrounding areas.
Birdsedge Events Committee website
Offers help to the homeless and those with addictions.
Open on Monday and Thursday from 10am to 12noon at Dewsbury Baptist Church.
Communities Together is a ''not for profit'' organisation working in Kirklees to promote community cohesion and inter-cultural dialogue.
We do this through running workshops, providing consultancy and...
Communities Together website
The project is a community led initiative which utilises sport, art and drama as a means of engaging young people in positive activities and diverting those at risk from anti-social behaviour. The project...
Communities United Project (CUP) website
Community Partnerships provide funding and development support to organisations which support people who have health and social care needs.
We also run Better in Kirklees (BIK), which is a project aimed...
Community Partnerships and Better in Kirklees website
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