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Incredible Edible Wakefield Limited


Raines House
Denby Dale Road

Incredible Edible Wakefield started off in 2010 as a small community group in Horbury but has since grown into a district wide volunteer led social enterprise. Our social mission is to develop innovative local food initiatives that help as many people as possible to enjoy the many benefits that come from learning to grow your own food.

Independent Age

0800 319 6789

Whatever happens as we get older, we all want to remain independent and live life on our own terms. That's why, as well as offering regular friendly contact and a strong campaigning voice, Independent Age can provide you and your family with clear, free and impartial advice on the issues that matter: care and support, money and benefits, health and mobility. A charity founded over 150 years ago, Independent Age is independent so you can be.

Informal Learning Limited

01924 882150

Belle Vue Business Centre
Elm Tree Street

Informal Learning Limited delivers quality grassroots youth and community work, utilising tried and tested principles of informal education within the local community and across Yorkshire. It also supports the homeless and those at risk of homelessness with a particular specialism in working with ex-offenders, through the provision of supported housing, information, advice and guidance and positive activities.

Inspire Arts Group

c/o 01924 312000

c/o The Art House
Drury Lane

Inspire Arts Group is a group of individuals who have health problems (mental/physical) who meet at various locations and use the arts in their pathway of "recovery" and prevention of relapse and social exclusion.
Type of work: Health

Inspiring Community CIC

01924 676852

Rainbow Hub 26 Duke of York Avenue

Inspiring Community CIC works with young people aged 13-19 offering a wide range of activities from running a youth club to accredited programmes, meeting the needs of young people in the Wakefield District.

iSpace5 CIC

iSpace5 CIC is a non-profit making company who operates for the benefit of young people aged 8-24, their families and communities. It has a holistic approach to how it provides its services, and it has extensive experience in assessing, planning, delivering and evaluating its work. iSpace5 CIC works within schools, communities and family homes, providing support on a wide range of issues.
Who they work with: Children and/or young people

Jamia Masjid Swafia

Jamia Masjid Swafia is a mosque providing facilities for five daily and other congregational prayers for local Muslims. It provides Islamic classes for children; facilities for funeral prayers and for the family and friends to gather when somebody has passed away; hosts visits by non-Muslims; and collects and distributes charity from Muslims.

Kellingley Community Hub

Kellingley (Knottingley) Miners' Welfare Social Club Limited
Marine Villa Road
WF11 8ER

Kellingley Community Hub encourages and supports outdoor sporting activities, for example football and rugby teams, all of whom play in competitive local leagues at both Open Age and Junior Level, including girls’ football. It also offers facilities for boxing, darts and dominoes, snooker and other indoor games.

Kidz Aware

01924 376882

Suite 3, Headway Business Park
Denby Dale Road

Kidz Aware provides advice, advocacy, signposting and training support to disabled children/adults and their families. Kidz Aware also provides educational programmes to young people's settings around bullying, racism, discrimination and disability awareness.

Kingsland School Fund

01924 828990

Kingsland Primary School, Aberford Road

The charitable objects of the Kingsland School Fund are to advance the education of the pupils at Kingsland Primary School by providing or assisting in the provision of educational, recreational and other charitable facilities.
Who they work with: Children and/or young people

Kinsley and Fitzwilliam Learning and Community Centre

01977 610931

Wakefield Road

Kinsley and Fitzwilliam Learning and Community Centre is a multi-purpose, not-for-profit organisation. The Centre offers a range of activities including, adult education courses, a community cafe, an Ofsted registered nursery,community transport scheme, a Beauty and Hairdressing training Salon and excellent facilities for meetings and conferences.
Type of work: Community centre

Kinsley Craft Workshop

78 - 80 Wakefield Road

Utilisation of skills within the community which include woodcraft, woodturning, small furniture making, fretwork and watercolour painting.