The Directory holds details of Nova members. It aims to be a reliable resource for anyone looking for details of voluntary and community sector groups/organisations in Wakefield District and the local area. Use the filter/search below to explore what's listed.

Not listed?
If your organisation is not displaying in The Directory then it is either because you are not a member of Nova or because you opted for your organisation not to display in The Directory when you joined. Member organisations can amend their preferences by logging in and updating the organisation profile.

Search the directory:

Your search returned 418 results

Autism Plus Limited

Autism Plus is a registered charity that provides a range of services to adults with autism. Its services include supported living, residential care, day provision, social enterprises as well as employment support. It currently delivers a project supporting adults with autism across Wakefield District into employment called Step Forward.


0113 393 3200

Four Gables, Clarence Road
LS18 4LB

Barnardo's provides support to vulnerable children, young people and their families.
Who they work with: Children and/or young people

Battle Scars


Supporting anybody affected by self-harm by running adult peer support groups, on line support for all ages, discussion groups for family, workshops for under 18's and training for professionals.

Be True To You Recovery C.I.C

Be True To You Recovery CIC provide a holistic health and wellbeing service to those with mental health conditions and/or fibromyalgia. This is delivered by a recovery coach on a 1:1 basis and a team of practitioners in a group setting. They have support groups, therapies and 1:1, including a Freedom From Fibromyalgia course that they deliver via the NHS Wakefield Recovery and Wellbeing College. Be True To You Recovery CIC are a Recovery focused service.
Type of work: Health



The Art House
Drury Lane

Beam is the trading name of Public Arts – an arts charity founded in 1986, based in Wakefield, working locally, nationally and internationally. Beam draws upon 30 years of experience linking arts, people and places to develop robust yet flexible approaches to embedding the arts and creativity into the public realm and also respond sensitively to the needs of communities to enhance a wider sense of place.

Beat Autism

Beat Autism is a not for profit community interest group that offers parent/carer support and learn groups to families who have children waiting to be diagnosed or have a diagnosis of Autism. It also offers evening activities for the whole family (Autistic child, parents and siblings).

Bethany House Healing Centre

West Wakefield Methodist Church
Thornes Road

Bethany House Healing Centre provides a safe place where people over 18 going through emotionally difficult times in their lives can find help and refuge from the pressures of life in a loving, supportive and peaceful environment.
Type of work: Health

BHA for Equality


BHA for Equality provide offer 121, group and peer support as well as HIV training to all people living with HIV in Wakefield. They also offer free rapid HIV testing, HIV prevention and Sexual health sessions, free condoms, HIV & Sexual Health knowledge and awareness training.
Type of work: Health

Bilal Community Association


26 Chantry Croft

Bilal Community Association promotes inter-cultural dialogue between communities, building trust and understanding and empowering communities to engage peacefully with each other. It provides help to communities which have been affected by cultural conflict.

BLESS Community Services CIC


BLESS Community Services CIC provides a large range of social activities for the community in Upton.
Type of work: Community centre

Blossom Training and Development


9 Rosedale Close

Blossom Training and Development is a CIC and training provider focusing on self-defence training. The teaching is related to academic and peer reviewed studies, they select work that is academically rigorous to include. Their approach relates to a number of well-established self-defence practices that are routinely taught on mental health professional training such as community psychology, peer support, then recovery movement and co-production.

Brass Bands England

01226 771015

Unit 12, Maple Estate
Stocks Lane
S75 2BL

Brass Bands England works with a wide range of partners in strategic, tactical and informal ways to help share the fun, challenges and rewards of being involved with a brass band. It promotes and shares the brass band story and encourages the support of bands across the country. It is a voice for its bands and its players and it shouts about the life-enhancing benefits of this vital part of its culture.