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We are a social and leisure club for disabled people and their carers.
We meet every Tuesday from 1.30pm to 4.30pm and cover Almondbury and district.
We have speakers, bingo, coffee and biscuits, and...
Anyone disabled welcomed, aged 18+. Benefits advice, arts, crafts, games, refreshments, days out, discussions, and more events throughout the year.
Meetings Wednesday from 2pm to 3.30pm.
Brackenhall Disabled People's Project website
Entertainment and friendship for people with disabilities or older people who are housebound. Lunch and tea provided. No referral needed - please contact the Organising Secretary for more details.
A support group for older and less able people, with gentle exercise from a chair.
Includes a yoga session specially designed for the less able, chat about general health matters and research into illness,...
Formerly Crossroads, Carers Trust Mid Yorkshire is a major provider of direct support for carers in Kirklees (all areas), Wakefield (all areas), Calderdale, and areas of South Leeds.
We are a network...
Crossroads Care in Mid Yorkshire (Kirklees Office) website
Howlands is based in a fit for purpose building in the centre of Dewsbury , that will benefit our own members and provide an attractive modern meeting space for use by individuals and associations from...
The Centre offers social and recreational facilities, and welcomes anyone who has a degree of hearing loss. It is a social meeting place for deaf and hard of hearing people.
The office is open for help...
Huddersfield Deaf Centre website
Talks, guest speakers, social events etc.
Meetings on the first Wednesday of the month at 2pm.
Please check with the contact first before attending.
There is ramp access into the building, but the meeting...
The Huddersfield Society for the Blind was established in 1859 to provide activities and facilities for blind and partially sighted people living within the Old Borough of Huddersfield.
Huddersfield Society for the Blind website
An organisation to promote friendship and socialising primarily amongst the older population. Anyone of any age is welcome if they could use a afternoon of fun and friendship, but we do mainly have an...