Support aged, disabled, vulnerable people to stay in their own homes
Adult Health and Social Care provider, delivering employability services
Provides a mental health care and support service for NEL. Also offering Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
Advice and support for people affected by dementia and their families
One to One befriending, social club, exercise group, Independent Living
Youth and family engagement
Telecare alarm, installation and monitoring, for vulnerable due to age, illness, disability, isolation, fear of crime, domstic violence
Inspiring communities, using sport as a driver for change. Free health and weight management sessions, dance coaching, rugby league coaching, back to work support, heritage programmes, holiday camps
Workers Co-operative, working with adults with a learning disability – gardening and grounds maintenance service
Working with residents to alleviate food and fuel poverty. Working under the following themes:
Food: Hull Community Shop (affordable food project) and cooking on a budget sessions
Energy: Practical energy support and advice
Growing: Developing community allotments and gardens
Nature: Building homes to roost and environmental heritage (primarily with children)
Community Centre with on site cafe and gym
Contact for bookings: Lucy Carew
Variety of rooms available:
- The Freedom Suite can hold 300 people depending on the layout requested
- The Wilberforce Suite can hold 120 people depending on the layout requested
- The Humber Suite can hold 70 people depending on the layout requested
- The Preston Suite can hold 30 people depending on the layout requested
- The Hedon Suite can hold 30 people depending on the layout requested
- The Bilton Suite can seat 12 people
- The Gallery Pod can seat 12 people
For more information about equipment, cost etc. please contact the venue
We provide environments and deliver activities which enable children and young people to identify and realise both their aspirations and their potential
Winner offers holistic support to women and children in Hull to enable them to have the best possible quality of life and life chances available to them. We offer safe, accessible services and activities that meet immediate practical needs, emotional health needs and empowerment to make informed choices allowing them to reach their full potential.
Typically, women access the centre at a point of crisis in their lives often whilst suffering from domestic violence and abuse.
• Specialist Domestic Violence and Abuse support
• Specialist Nursery childcare provision
• Young Women’s support project
• Safe dispersed accommodation
• Affordable Justice (Family law firm offering affordable legal services)
• Comprehensive Volunteering programme
• Accredited training opportunities
• Community shop
• User-led groups, e.g our Art Therapy group
Rooted in Hull aims to promote and educate local people about food: how to grow veg, nutritional content, health diet choices, as well as basic construction, gardening and other agricultural volunteering tasks.
They will soon have an onsite shop and café
We are a community farm (with a range of farm animals) open to the public for free visits.
We have always provided day placements for adults with learning difficulties and/or mental health issues who are able to fund these placements through social services.
We have become a part of the Connect Well (Hull) project because of our history of helping people who perhaps have low self-esteem, depression or loneliness issues, or perhaps just want to feel less isolated while carrying out healthy outdoor activities around farming and gardening.
The Connect Well project allows us to offer short (eight week) programmes of activities here at the farm and experience a range of the day to day work activities that we carry out here in a non-pressured friendly atmosphere and hopefully gain some of the therapeutic benefits that we regularly see in our long term clients.
Assisting the roofless community of Hull
Working across the north of England, supporting adults and young people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health conditions
NHS Hull CCG has responsibility for the commissioning of health services to meet the reasonable needs of the people of Hull. Our vision is to create a healthier Hull
Educational workshops in schools. Animal Assisted Therapy using dogs to help children in schools and Pupil Referral Units
The British Red Cross Independent Living Services provide valuable time-limited care and support to vulnerable people, helping them live independently in their own homes. Our services can help prevent people reaching crisis point.
We provide an educational resource to the people of Kingston upon Hull and visitors from across the globe. Our focus is on the story of Kingston upon Hull during the too Great Wars, WWI and WWII. Our museum contains an extensive range of genuine artifacts from both wars and our researchers can assist you to discover the story of your military ancestors.
Hull Sisters work to empower BAME women by addressing and creating awarness in gender related issue such as violence and abuse, Female Genital Mutilation, honour killing , extreme religious psyche, Poverty, unemployment, physical, mental and sexual health, immigration etc. We provide ESOL, IT, employ ability skills, Art and Craft, Yoga, Cooking and women only support sessions, coffee morning and drop in sessions and women only events to up skill our clients and increase community cohesion.
Working in partnership with organisations to get the physically inactive active
Youth work with people aged 10 -26
To further the Object of The Boys’ Brigade and in doing so to help and educate children and young people in their leisure time activities to develop their physical, mental and spiritual capabilities that they grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society and that they improve their standards and conditions of life undertaking a programme of activity and any such methods which may include sports, adventure and learning to be of value in the personal development of its members.
The History Troupe is a Hull based Heritage Education and Performing Arts group researching, devising and delivering content for schools, the stage and across the community.
We have recently collaborated with the Yorkshire Film Archive to create, Memory Bank: Hull – a new reminiscence resource based on Hull’s film heritage collections.
Memory Bank was produced in conjunction with healthcare professionals, carers and families, to provide a complete resource for reminiscence and life story work. The packs are all about using archive footage of familiar faces, places, events and everyday lives to re-discover and connect with our collective shared memories.
Supporting people with mental health problems of all kinds from anxiety and depression through to severe and enduring conditions. This is through a series of 4 workshops covering confidence building, anxiety management, effective communication and positive future building. The groups are small in numbers, usually a maximum of 6 people. One to one support is also given to people who are not ready for group work.
Developing and delivering activities (workshops, creative projects and performances) which let people engage with the health and wellbeing benefits of dance and movement. We work with the general public and specific groups of people. We also work in collaboration with others to explore particular challenges such as lack of confidence or trust and developing a health life-style.
Addiction recovery peer support groups
Safe accommodation, advice and support for women and children fleeing domestic abuse
Management and delivery of leisure and cultural facilities on behalf of Hull City Council
Centre for women, run by women, offering courses in ESOL. Free creche. Drop in Centre offering assistance and advice. Group for young women aged 10 -18. Also an outreach group operatingin various schools for Year 10 girls
Supporting women with complex needs