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Deaf Ex-Mainstreamers Group

www.dex.org.uk

7 South Parade
Wakefield
WF1 1LR

Deaf Ex-Mainstreamers Group aim is for deaf children to have better access to education: • To work towards the implementation of bilingual education in British Sign Language/English for all deaf children. • To continue to research, map, facilitate participation and inform. • To continue to develop strategy to achieve a BSL Act. • To continue to facilitate the DEX Deaf Youth Council to support local deaf young people in understanding themselves as deaf people and with quality of life.

DIAL Wakefield

www.dialwakefield.co.uk

01977 723933

Castleford Civic Centre
Ferrybridge Road
Castleford
WF10 4JH

DIAL Wakefield provides a free comprehensive independent advice and information service to disabled people, their carers, families, friends and other professionals.

Disability Sport Yorkshire

https://disabilitysportyorkshire.org/

01924 372382

Denhale Active Recreation Centre
Denhale Avenue
Wakefield
WF2 9EF

Disability Sport Yorkshire promotes sport and active recreation for disabled people.

Dominion Employment Training Services

www.dominiontraining.org.uk

01924 210195

13 Cheapside
Wakefield
WF1 2SD

Dominion Employment Training Services empowers people with the basic skills needed to be productive in employment or in their chosen careers. Dominion aims to provide its clients with opportunities that will enable them to use the best of their abilities in every facet of life.

Durkar Devils JFC Limited

www.durkardevils.club

Durkar Devils JFC Limited is a community football club. The club is currently working with FA, Wakefield Council, Wakefield College and other partners to grow a girls and ladies section.

Eastmoor Community Garden

www.eastmoorcommunitygarden.co.uk

Bottom of Park Hill Lane
Park Lodge Lane Allotments
Wakefield
WF1 4NJ

Eastmoor Community Garden, created and developed by volunteers, provides a green space for people to grow flowers, vegetables, fruits and herbs. It also gives people the opportunity to get exercise, take part in events and activities, meet others, and learn about nature and sustainability.

Eastmoor Community Project

www.eastmoorcommunity.co.uk

01924 361212

Arncliffe Road
Eastmoor
Wakefield
WF1 4RR

Eastmoor Community Project operates St Swithun's Community Centre. The project generates and maintains community involvement and builds the long-term capacity for local residents to participate and contribute to the development of education, training, and health initiatives within the Eastmoor area.
Type of work: Community centre

Ellis' Cradle

57 Manorfield Drive
Horbury
Wakefield
WF4 6JZ

Ellis' Cradle raises funds for cuddle cot systems following a still birth. Cuddle cot systems are not funded by the NHS and not seen as a necessity, however following a still birth a cuddle cot allows the parents to make memories with their child and say goodbye in their own time. The cuddle cots will be donated to Wakefield and Dewsbury hospitals.

Elsium Education CIC

www.elsiumeducation.com

07580245073

Elsium Education CIC provides and delivers 21st Century learning opportunities, projects and workshops across the community for organisations, commercial companies, schools, local authorities, trusts and other not-for-profit organisations. Elsium Education CIC provides workshops, projects, training and consultancy, that inspires enthuses and nurtures; in a range of areas including arts, music, digital skills, heritage, enterprise, innovation and creativity. It provides project management, resource creation and delivery.

EN:Able Communities CIO

www.efficiencynorth.org

0330 606 1460

1st Floor, Sovereign Court
300 Barrow Road
Sheffield
S9 1JQ

EN:Able Communities CIO is the charitable arm of Efficiency North Limited (ENL). Member organisations of ENL (which represent 79% of Social Housing landlord stock across the whole of Yorkshire and Humber) access ENL's suite of procurement frameworks, to repair and maintain their stock and build new properties to add to their portfolios. In accessing these frameworks a fee is generated, 1% of this is ring-fenced purely for the delivery of Social Value, a portion of this is ring-fenced further to fund the EN:Able Community Investment Fund. The Fund supports small scale projects, benefiting local communities within the Yorkshire and Humber area, and is open to applications from community groups/projects within Wakefield District.

Enabling Youth and Motorcross CIC

Enabling Youth and Motorcross CIC works with children and young people aged 7-25 years old. The Project has five main objectives: 1) To provide an off road motor-cross track for young people for the safe and legal participation of off road motorcycling. 2) To teach young people how to ride, repair and maintain motorcycles and to gain accreditation, qualifications and secure employment with training. 3) To deliver education in a classroom environment of the consequences of illegal riding. 4) To work with young people as informal educators providing support via universal and targeted service provision. 5) To work with young people as informal educators using a Detached Youth Work Model, working with hard to reach young people on the streets.

Equine Pathways UK

equinepathways.co.uk

epuk.michelle@gmail.com

07866328721

Carr Hall Farm, Spring View
Gildersome
Leeds
LS27 7NN

Equine Pathways UK is a Leeds based equine therapy organisation working with people throughout Yorkshire, offering free of charge sessions to children and adults suffering with mental disorders and impairments. Its centre users range from children struggling with bullying, autism and learning difficulties; to adults battling depression and overcoming other stressful illnesses.
Type of work: Health