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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.

Wakefield Theatre Trust

www.theatreroyalwakefield.co.uk

mail@theatreroyalwakefield.co.uk

01924 211311

Theatre Royal Wakefield
Drury Lane
Wakefield
WF1 2TE

Theatre Royal Wakefield's mission is: To develop new creative opportunities and experiences both within the theatre building, throughout the wider community and on tour, encouraging high quality engagement across a broad sector of the Performing Arts. It has a programme which is engaging and accessible to the local community and which maintains its reputation as a leading producing and receiving house. Theatre Royal Wakefield's own produced work includes its Pantomime and Wakefield Youth Music Theatre productions, alongside producing the work of its Creative Director, John Godber OBE. Theatre Royal Wakefield runs a busy learning and participation programme that encourages diverse engagement in the arts, working across a number of groups including young people, young people with a learning disability, socially isolated older people and refugees and asylum seekers, its work improves wellbeing and breaks down social barriers.

Wakefield Trinity Community Trust

www.wakefieldtrinity.com

01924 211611

The Mobile Rocket Stadium
Doncaster Road
Wakefield
WF1 5EY

Wakefield Trinity Community Trust is the charitable arm of Wakefield Trinity RLFC. It uses the power of sport and other physical activities such as dance to engage with young people, especially, though not exclusively, those who are disadvantaged or deprived and encourage them towards more healthy, fulfilling and positive lifestyles.

Wakefield Visually Impaired Group

01924 365357

8 Speak Close
Wakefield
WF1 4TG

Wakefield Visually Impaired Group was formed by people with sight problems as a self-help group. It offers facilities for meeting socially, which provides an informal and relaxed environment for people to swap notes on their experiences and problems.

Ward 3 Community Partnership Limited

01924 373558

Balne Lane Community Centre
Balne Lane
Wakefield
WF2 0DP

To provide or assist in activities of recreation and educational amenities for the benefit of the community at large including infirmity or disability, poverty or social deprivation and to assist in improving the health, training and attainment of the residents of North Ward.
Type of work: Community centre

Warmfield Cum Heath Community Fundraising Group

01924 890903

Warmfield Cum Heath Community Fundraising Group's aim is to raise funds to support people within the parish of Warmfield Cum Heath, also local groups who may need funding for projects within our parish.
Type of work: Community centre

Warwick Ahead Community Partnership

warwickahead.co.uk

01977 672726

Warwick Community Shop
9 Pinewood Place
Knottingley
WF11 0QH

Warwick Ahead Community Partnership is a partnership set up by Big Local Lottery money to make an impact on the Warwick Estate, Knottingley. The Partnership just wants to make a difference.
Type of work: Community centre

Warwick Community Group

01977 672726

9 Pinewood Place
Knottingley
WF11 0QH

Warwick Community Group is a voluntary organisation supported by Wakefield Council and funding from outside organisations. Our organisation arranges art groups, craft group, health groups, information sessions, trips and much more, from our premises for the good of the community.

Well Women Centre

www.wellwomenwakefield.org.uk

01924 211114

24 Trinity Church Gate
Wakefield
WF1 1TX

The Well Women Centre offers women-only services within the Wakefield District; a variety of counselling therapies, self-development and wellbeing groups and courses, support services for women with multiple and complex needs, complementary therapies, low cost and full cost options and support for young women.
Who they work with: Women
Type of work: Health

West Yorkshire Community Accounting Service

www.wycas.org.uk

0113 270 6291

Stringer House
34 Lupton Street
Leeds
LS10 2QW

West Yorkshire Community Accounting Service (WYCAS) supports charities, voluntary organisations, community groups and social enterprises with managing their finances more effectively and efficiently.

West Yorkshire Community Chaplaincy Project

www.wyccp.org.uk

0113 2874 583

c/o HMP Leeds
2 Gloucester Terrace
Leeds
LS12 2TJ

West Yorkshire Community Chaplaincy Project (WYCCP) aims to reduce re-offending rates of prisoners leaving HMP Leeds who reside in West Yorkshire. The project seeks to reduce the likelihood of re-offending and thus contributing to building safer communities in West Yorkshire.
Who they work with: Men

West Yorkshire Sports and Social Club

patriciadent25@yahoo.co.uk

01924 258528

Sandal Hall Close
Sandal
Wakefield
WF2 6ER

West Yorkshire Sports and Social Club is a Charity Incorporated multi sports and social club offering greenfield sports, tennis and bowls as well as indoor recreational rooms.