Resource centre for local history and family history
St. Michael’s welcomes everyone. We offer a range of activities for everybody and anybody as individuals and as part of their families. Of course everyone is welcome to ‘muck in’ to make St. Michael’s an inclusive and loving community for everyone. If there is something we don’t currently offer then come along and make it happen.
St. Michael’s plays an integrated and active part in the wider community, being a part of the village life in times of celebration and times of grief. All our regular worshipers are involved in their communities beyond the church’s regular activities and many in the village have an active interest in the church beyond Sunday worship.
An activity centre for adults with learning difficulties. Providing life skills and promoting independence. They offer educational programmes and social activity in a safe secure environment
The Liaison & Diversion Service aims to reduce re-0ffending by supporting those who have come into contact with the Criminal Justice System. We have staff based in Police Custody to screen offenders, who refer onto support staff. We intend to utilise volunteers to provide a befriending style and mentoring service through one-to-one support with lived experience peer support volunteers students and graduates who are or have studied related subjects to do the same. Community Links has teamed up with Inspire North and Foundation and works in collaboration with Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust to deliver this initiative which is intended to be facilitated initially over a six year period. Community Links is primarily a Mental Health Charity offering a number of projects intended to improve mental health and wellbeing across Hull and the Humber.
Working across the north of England, supporting adults and young people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health conditions
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.
Platform is a day care provision for profoundly disabled young people in Hull & the East Riding
Social action projects focused on inclusion and diversity in the Avenues area of Hull, according to need.
Life and Loom is a day care/opportunity provider in Hull. We are a social and therapeutic weaving studio providing vocational training, meaningful work and enterprise skills to adults with additional needs, including learning disability, autism spectrum conditions, mental health conditions and physical disability.
Bayswater Court is a multi-storey block ( 90 flats within), with a room we call “ The Pop In”, we have functions, games, crafts, run tombola’s, raffles anything to help raise our funds. We are 4 volunteers, our aim is to get the people ( majority over 60 ) out of there flats and into something to keep them motivated in there retired age. Our biggest project at the moment is to get our 496 sq mtr communal garden in use for them to do outdoor activities.
The service is for people who have had a stroke or transient ischaemic attack (TIA) and people at high risk of a stroke within the Hull area. The service offers support to make realistic lifestyle changes, such as taking gentle exercise, stopping smoking, making healthier dietary choices, etc. ‘Know your blood pressure’ awareness sessions are arranged several times a year at local events and businesses. Open referrals are accepted to the service
Tailored disability sessions with specially trained marshalls
Lithuanian Community Club “Linas” is a non-proft based organisation. Our main objectives are:
Promote social and cultural integration of Lithuanians living in Hull or surrounding areas;
Establish strong links with Lithuanian and other organisations and communities to promote solidarity and mutual assistance;
Promote young people’s knowledge about culture and cultural heritage by inviting them to take part in Club’s activities.
A support group, run by volunteers, for carers of friends or family who have mental health problems
My Guide Hull helps visually impaired people to get out of their home and reconnect with their local community. The project matches specially trained sighted-guide volunteers with visually impaired service users, creating ‘partnerships’ to help the individual get out and about to shops, cafes, social and leisure activities, countering isolation and rebuilding independence.
Social friendship group.
Informal opportunities for meeting friends, relaxing and having light refreshments .
A range of mixed activities are available and are offered to members for them to choose to take part.
Regular outings are arrange with members involved in the selection and decision of destinations.
Previous examples have included Sewerby Hall, Burton Agnes, and Bridlington. Last Christmas 2017 we had Christmas dinner at a local venue and was a great success with all members agreeing for us to return this year.
All members are encouraged to offer ideas for activities to enhance their club.
Reading Rooms is a reading for conversation programme, run by Hull Libraries, where trained facilitators read and share short stories and poetry exploring memory, emotion and thought in groups or individually.
The stories and poetry can be moving, funny, sad and uplifting and conversations are unique to each session, frequently taking unexpected directions. There is no requirement for participants to read aloud.
A Reading Room is an opportunity to relax, be read to (something many of us haven’t experienced since we were children) and have a good chat.
Reading Room groups will be taking place in various venues from October 2018.
Alternatively, if you are caring for someone, Reading Rooms can come to you at home.
To find out more and to book Reading Room sessions please contact Clare or Jessica on 01482 613602 or email email@example.com.
Youth Employment Initiative funded Projects: DO IT project, Create to Change and Single Parents project –
Our projects engage with young adults aged 16- 29 years. A key worker will help them meet their personal, social, educational and employment goals and identify and overcome any barriers that they may fOctagonace in life such as financial, mental health and housing issues through internal and external provisions. We offer a wide variety of activity and support across our projects including workshops, training and placement opportunities both paid or voluntary and our flexible programme is designed to support those out of work or education and engage them into something meaningful. Catering, radio, employability skills, ESOL, music, arts and sport are just some of the activities that members can engage with. If you are interested or know somebody that is; then please do get in touch for an informal chat about what you can get involved with!
Movement to Music was formed in 2016 by Louisa Ingleson with a passion for working in the community delivering Nutrition, Yoga, Pilates, Exercise referral and BrainFit for individuals and groups effected by mental health, learning difficulties and disabilities with the sole purpose of reducing social isolation, improving wellbeing, creating a healthier lifestyle, fitness, flexibility, strength, co-ordination, better quality of life, longer life expectancy and positivity.
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.
Weekly drop in for anyone with or affected by MS at North Hull Community Centre, 10am – 2pm. Social sessions with lunch (there is a cost) and an opportunity to access therapies (there is a cost).
Monthly Holderness social support event 2nd Monday of the month at Paull Village Hall.
Monthly Goole social support event 1st Wednesday of every month at the Courtyard, Goole
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.
Dove House provide twice monthly wellbeing days for carers and those they are caring for to enjoy a day of relaxation and fun. Carers will have the opportunity to enjoy a range of therapies while their loved ones continue to be cared for on-site by trained caring professionals.
The sessions will run on Tuesdays from 10am-3pm, and carers will have the opportunity to enjoy a range of complimentary therapies, quiet time to themselves in our beautiful gardens, share a light lunch with their loved ones, together with a range of activities such as arts and crafts, board games, relaxation sessions.
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
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
Mosaic Community Hub operates from within Mosaic Church and is designed to be a place of hope and help within our community. We have a free play area for under 5’s, a cafe, charity shop, access to a Parish Nurse for health advice and check-ups, plus other activities throughout the week. We currently open Tues/Wed/Thurs 10am-2pm during termtime. We also run ‘MakeLunch’ during the school holidays, providing hot and healthy meals for primary aged children who are eligible for free school meals during termtime. This is to help alleviate holiday hunger and the issues surrounding this within families.
Individuals are matched with a Volunteer Mentor, to support and enable individuals to independently engage with and work towards goals to gain independence in their community. The support offered is extra support on top of the services working in Hull to combat existing homelessness. Goal setting, confidence building, assisting with tasks such as housing applications, attending appointments and battling isolation are a few of the tasks our Volunteer Mentors take on to support Mentees.
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.
Our friendly shed is a place where like-minded people gather together to socialise, share skills and learn new ones.
With a variety of activities on offer, we really to think there’s something for everyone and we’re always open to suggestions! Our shed is very much guided by our members and will naturally evolve as it develops.
Social activities, befriending, volunteering, support for carers and the people they care for, respite and family support, welfare, benefits and housing support, money advice and management, advocacy support, excursions and outings, healthy eating and living advice, employment support, IT and internet skills tuition
Home From Hospital Service originated, from a research audit and needs analysis undertaken in 1993/94. The community audit was completed by 5000 households and informed the structure and content of the project – i.e. free short-term 6-8 week support for older people on discharge from hospital: The aim to assist vulnerable people through a period of convalescence to continue confidently in their own homes.
All services and projects are maintained through constant recruitment and training of volunteers. All volunteers are DBS checked, trained in health and social care skills, and are fully insured. Many move on to full employment or higher education and they receive an excellent quality of education and support from qualified staff.
The Warren Counselling Service provides counselling for children and young people aged 10-25. We offer both on-going and one-off counselling sessions on a wide range of issues, including bullying, bereavement, relationships and sexuality.
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.
We provide progression for people on the Autistic spectrum – particularly around catering, hospitality and delivery driving, based at the Ings resource Centre.
We offer a meals on wheels service in East and North Hull (no eligibility requirements)
We offer a catering service to over 12 lunch clubs in East and North Hull. The clubs enable those who are isolated, lonely or vulnerable to meet other people and make new friends.
We provide 4 lunch groups per week at the Commonwealth Homes Community Centre in Hull. Transport can be arranged. We have grand plans to expand our service across the East Riding.
Our Activities are for over 65’s and our intent is to prevent isolation and Loneliness in the community.
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.
Makes financial awards to people with a learning disability. Available to applicants who attended, or currently live in the catchment area of the former Grovehill Day Centre, Beverley
Engaging BME communities in particular at grassroots level through listening, sharing and ultimately bringing them together to find solutions to Recycling & waste, energy-saving, local food production etc, and further develop and deliver environmental education-interpretation training programmes to BME groups and centres in Hull and East riding of Yorkshire.