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Agbrigg and Belle Vue Residents Group

A collective commitment to improve the area has now grown into an active residents group delivering responses to community issues whilst connecting neighbours and supporting local charities.

Age UK Wakefield District

01977 552114

7 Bank Street
WF10 1JD

Age UK Wakefield District promotes the well-being of all older people and aims to help make later life a fulfilling and enjoyable experience.
Who they work with: Older people

Aire and Calder Methodist Circuit

01924 373287

c/o Sandal Methodist Church
253 Barnsley Road

The Aire and Calder Methodist Circuit support 32 Methodist schools and a Methodist primary school in the Wakefield Metropolitan District and part of Leeds. It also supports a range of local community projects run by the churches.

Airedale Boxing Club

Kershaw Business Park
Kershaw Avenue, Airedale
WF10 3ES

Airedale Boxing Club is a boxing club that provides training regimes for competitive amateur boxers and those aspiring to box competitively and provides exercise and fitness sessions for persons of all ages seeking to improve their health.

Airedale Community Workshop

Airedale Community Workshop is designed to tackle social isolation, anxiety, depression and other mental health problems through none traditional therapy delivered via woodworking workshop sessions.

Airedale Neighbourhood Management Board

01977 550191

85 Redhill Avenue
WF10 3HQ

Airedale Neighbourhood Management Board has been a voluntary group since 2008. It works with Wakefield District partners to improve the area for the people of Airedale, Fryston, Ferry Fryston and Townville in Castleford. It manages a social enterprise community cafe.

Alzheimer's Society Wakefield

01924 373264

21 King Street

Alzheimer's Society Wakefield provides services for people with dementia, their families and carers.

Appletree Community Group

Appletree Allotment & Community Garden
Off Agbrigg Road, Agbrigg

Appletree Community Group is a constituted group at Appletree Allotment & Community Garden - A place to learn, meet, grow and dig deep. Everyone is welcome - learn some new growing skills or share what you know! Give a little of your time and share the great fresh produce.
Type of work: Health

Aspire-igen - The Opportunity Centre

01924 666487

15-19 Providence Street

Aspire-igen is a Yorkshire based social enterprise committed to changing lives for the better through learning and work. For the past 25 years, it has successfully helped people and communities to be the best they can be. Its aspire2work programme offers free vocational study programmes for 16 to 19 year olds, these qualifications will help kick-start their future! Accelerate is a programme for young people aged 15 to 24 years old who are not in; education, employment or training or at risk of disengaging from education, employment and training, creating career pathways for young people through regulated and non-regulated learning, employability skills training and work experience.



Unit 5, 257 Triangle House

Aspire2b deliver I Media to young people who are disadvantaged and vulnerable as well as delivering sports and business enterprise. Its specialism is working with NEETs and vulnerable adults or families.

Asylum Hosting Wakefield

07985 310679

AHW aims to recruit, train and support hosts (families or individuals) who are willing to provide short, medium or longer term accommodation for asylum seekers with no recourse to public funding and/or refugees who are moving from government provided asylum seeker accommodation to rented accommodation.
Who they work with: Asylum Seekers/refugees

Athelas CIC


Using nature and heritage crafts to improve wellbeing.
Type of work: Health