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SESKU Academy

01977 641461

Burntwood Community Centre
Church Mount
South Kirkby

SESKU Academy exists to develop the South East district of Wakefield through offering employment, training, social and sporting opportunities to young people and unemployed people.

SESKU Diabetes UK Voluntary Group


Joy's Hall Opportunities Centre
Mill Lane, South Kirkby

The group meets every second Wednesday of each month from 6pm to 8pm to: Provide support, companionship, education, help and information for people living with diabetes. Promote awareness, and understanding, of diabetes and Diabetes UK to the public in general. Share experiences of living with diabetes, which has often proven to be beneficial. Raise funds to help diabetics in the local area. Raise funds to contribute towards the Diabetes UK Research fund. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Type of work: Health

Singing 4 Pleasure

Singing 4 Pleasure runs a choir in Airedale, Castleford. The aims of the group are: to provide singing opportunities that engage with and are accessible to people within the community who are suffering pulmonary illnesses/mental health; to support partnership working with NHS services/GP practices; to enable people to feel more confident, happier and better able to cope with their problems; and to enable people to feel less isolated more connected and involved in their community.
Type of work: Health

Snydale RDA

Snydale RDA offers riding and stable management and therapy sessions to adults and children who can benefit from attending (including people with disabilities, Autism, mental health and emotional problems). Sessions run on a Tuesday and Thursday evening. Snydale RDA is a charity run by volunteers. It provides a safe and stimulating environment and aims to meet individual needs and goals.


0113 487 8360

Oak House
Park Lane

Solace is a charity which provides psychotherapy, complementary therapies and advocacy support to the survivors of persecution and exile living in the Yorkshire and Humber region, many of whom have been traumatised by torture, rape, the death or disappearance of loved ones and often combinations of all of these and other atrocities.
Who they work with: Asylum Seekers/refugees
Type of work: Health

South Kirkby Youth Community Association


94a Mill Lane

South Kirkby Youth Community Association is a youth club based on the Holmsley Estate.
Who they work with: Children and/or young people

South Ossett Baptist Church

01924 283408

Junction Lane

South Ossett Baptist Church is a small friendly church that provides Christian fellowship and worship. The church has a community cafe, predominantly for new mums/families.

South Yorkshire Asbestos Victims Support Group

01709 360672

Unit 37, Moorgate Crofts Business Centre
South Grove
S60 2DH

South Yorkshire Asbestos Victims Support Group provides help, advice, information and support to people affected by asbestos-related diseases.

South Yorkshire Housing Association

0114 2900 200

43 - 47 Wellington Street
S1 4HF

South Yorkshire Housing Association is a housing association that operates throughout South Yorkshire, Derbyshire and West Yorkshire. It provides housing and support to a wide range of people and specialises in supporting older people, people with mental health issues and people facing homelessness.

Speak With IT

01924 888608

S3 Flexspace Business Centre
Monckton Road

Speak With IT's aim is to provide Aphasia Support to help people with their speech when no other speech therapy is available. It aims to help people to gain confidence, lose their feeling of isolation and get back into the wider community.
Type of work: Health

Spectrum Community Health CIC

01924 311400

1 Navigation Walk
Hebble Wharf

Spectrum Community Health CIC provides advice, care and treatment through a range of health and wellbeing services. It uses its flexibility as a social enterprise to be responsive to the needs of local communities, extending beyond traditional healthcare boundaries to deliver care that is personalised, evolving and effective.
Type of work: Health

Spectrum People

01924 311400

1 Navigation Walk
Hebble Wharf, Bridge Street

Spectrum People promotes social inclusion. It works with people who are excluded from society as a result of substance abuse or dependency, unemployment, financial hardship, homelessness, disability or previous criminal convictions. It provides activities and opportunities, general support and raises public awareness of the issues affecting such people.