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Senior Citizens Support Group

www.scsg.co.uk

01924 565859

7 Old Town Hall
Westfield Road
Horbury
WF4 6HR

Senior Citizens Support Group works to provide events and activities with the aim of preventing loneliness and isolation for the over 60s in Wakefield.
Who they work with: Older people

The Northern Fringe Gallery

northernfringegallery.co.uk

edwardleathem2016@gmail.com

07595390257

The Ridings Centre
Wakefield
WF1 1DS

The Northern Fringe Gallery is an arts cooperative with membership age 55 upwards. It works on projects, organises exhibitions, holds workshops and has cultural trips and events.
Who they work with: Older people

Wakefield District Sight Aid

www.wdsa.org.uk

admin@wdsa.org.uk

01924 215555

35 Peterson Road
Wakefield
WF1 4DU

Wakefield District Sight Aid are a local charity supporting people living with sight loss. They believe that people living with sight loss in our community should have access to the same opportunities and quality of life as fully sighted people. They offer practical services to people following diagnosis or deteriorating eyesight, and ongoing needs-based support. This includes home visiting and telephone advice. Their wider wellbeing services focus on helping people connect with each other, creating opportunities for socialising, friendship, and emotional support.

Wakefield Talking Newspaper

www.wakefieldtalkingnewspaper.org.uk

01924 201000 (answerphone)

35 Peterson Road
Wakefield
WF1 4DU

Wakefield Talking Newspaper records and distributes the Wakefield Express each week to approximately 200 registered blind and partially-sighted people on both CD and audio tape. The service is completely free.