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Ferrybridge Community Centre

01977 676056

The Square
WF11 8PQ

Ferrybridge Community Centre offers lots of different classes and activities for all ages. It has rooms available to hire for functions and parties.
Type of work: Community centre

Five Towns Christian Fellowship

01977 517652

Beancroft Street
WF10 5RR

Five Towns Christian Fellowship (5TCF) is a warm and lively church, evangelical and charismatic, with lots of social activity. 5TCF believes church is not where we go but what we are. 5TCF is multi-generational and caters for all ages through various activities and projects.

Flag Fundraising


17 Garden Terrace

Flag Fundraising is a small group of community minded members that organises fundraising events for various charities and encourages and assists others in the undertaking of charitable acts.

Forget Me Not Children's Hospice

Forget Me Not Children's Hospice supports children with life-shortening conditions – plus their entire families. Forget Me Not Children's Hospice helps hundreds of wonderful children, and their equally wonderful families, through its Hospice at Home service and at its fantastic hospice building at Russell House in Huddersfield.
Type of work: Health


01924 247247

The Loft, Trinity House
Trinity Church Gate, Union Square

Foundation delivers a range of services from Wakefield and surrounding areas. Predominately this is based around supported housing and services for homeless people across the district, but also includes pre-employment and skills projects.

Frickley Athletic Community Foundation

01977 642460

Frickley Athletic Football Stadium
Westfield Lane
South Elmsall

The provision of community based activities which promote health, well-being and educational development to a range of groups, ranging from youth clubs to residential care and independent living scheme activities, in an attempt to reduce social isolation.
Type of work: Community centre

Friends of Clarence Holmfield and Thornes Parks

101 Thornes Road

Friends of Clarence Holmfield and Thornes Parks provide a voice to speak up for the three parks. It works to ensure that the parks are well used and provides a safe and enjoyable experience for all park users.

Friends of Fitzwilliam Station

The aim of the Friends of Fitzwilliam Station is to engage with the community including schools and businesses in Fitzwilliam and surrounding areas to promote and improve Fitzwilliam Station.

Friends of Friarwood Valley Gardens

01977 795074

43 Newgate

Friends of Friarwood Valley Gardens is a voluntary community group aiming to preserve and enhance Pontefract's Valley Gardens as an excellent urban green space.

Friends of the Community


Friends of the Community is a group of like-minded women who meet on a Monday. Its aim is to bring the community together without discrimination and promote a sense of togetherness, wellbeing and encourage conversations that would not normally happen, in an environment that is welcoming.

Friends of Walton Colliery Nature Park

Friends of Walton Colliery Nature Park is a group of volunteers, with a small management committee, who support the forestry and parks teams in caring for the local nature park.

Fusion Housing Limited

01484 353150

Pearl House
10 John William Street

Fusion Housing provides housing advice, housing support services and learning opportunities to people in Kirklees. It is the lead partner in a Fair Chance Partnership scheme which aims to improve accommodation and work outcomes for young homeless 18 - 24 year olds by offering innovative and intensive support. The Fair Chance Scheme works with clients in Kirklees, Calderdale and Wakefield.