Provides regular events and activities in libraries and community venues to bring together library users and others who are housebound and socially isolated
Supporting community groups and other organisations across the city that have an interest in community safety
Downright Special is a charity which supports children with Down syndrome in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire. We assist families and professionals in all aspects of the care, education and development of children with the condition.
Breeze cycle rides are free rides for women, led by a volunteer leader (Breeze Champion). The rides are designed to encourage women to take up, or return to, cycling
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.
Dove House is the only adult hospice in the Hull & East Riding area, providing specialist palliative care, day hospice services, physiotherapy, outpatient clinics, pain and symptom management, respite care, occupational therapy, complimentary therapy and a Hospice Neighbours Scheme.
For information about volunteering for Dove House contact
Joy Harvie – 07773 221 472 – email@example.com
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.
To enhance and improve the quality of the day to day lives of Gulf war veterans and their families. To educate and inform the public and heath care professionals to inprove the support and health care they need
The Charity’s mission is to enhance and improve the quality of the day to day lives of all Gulf War veterans and their families who served in the Gulf Conflicts through support, information, advocacy and counselling.
To provide a safe haven for veterans and their families to be able to talk about the impact their service has had on their lives.
To educate and provide information for the public and health care professionals to assist and improve the support and health care provided for the veterans and their families.
Rehabilitation, mentoring, befriending, advice, and supported housing for vulnerable people
Formerly known as HERIB (Hull and East Riding Institute for the Blind), this is a support service for people with visual impairment inclusive of other needs (hearing impairment, brain injury, stroke, autism, leaning disabilities) Provides opportunities for social interaction, including transport if need be. Accommodation for those with low level support needs 22 x 1 bedroom flats, 1 x 3 bedroom flat
Teaching, supporting and promoting Tai Chi and Quigong classes for health benefits
Contact for bookings: June Cooke/ Carole Bevan
Variety of rooms available:
- The Main Hall can hold 40 people depending on the layout requested
- Two office spaces that seat 20 people.
For more information about equipment, cost etc. please contact the venue
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.
Supporting victims of crime. Main support number 03003031976; Support email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hull & East Yorkshire PFC are currently looking for new players. Powerchair Football is a fast-paced & dynamic sport aimed at wheelchair users. Open to all ages and genders. We have equipment waiting for new players and can fit ‘bumpers’ to chairs.
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.
Timebanking is a mechanism of exchange where the currency is time. One hour contributed equals one time credit paid. One of the largest timebanks in the UK, we have over 700 members and have exchanged over 17,500 hours exchanged. Offers and requests are diverse from companionship to craft groups, to language lessons, to diy to yoga.
Specialist provider of employment support for people with mental health conditions
A digital local currency in which VCS organisations and statutory services can give a digital credit to those they are working alongside in communities. These credits can then be exchanged on discounts on local good and services
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.
Providing educational experiences outside the classroom for young people
Youth work with people aged 10 -26
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.
Educational workshops in schools. Animal Assisted Therapy using dogs to help children in schools and Pupil Referral Units
Man v Fat Football League combining weight loss and football. For every 2 players that lose weight that week you gain an extra goal
The Green Ginger Garland dancers from Hull, East Yorkshire, established more than 35 years ago, are a ladies’ side with a varied repertoire including French garland dances, north-west Morris, rope dances and even some of our own creations. We regularly dance at local and national events all year round. We practise in the school hall at St Vincent’s RC Primary, Queens Road, Hull, every Thursday (apart from August) between 7:30pm- 9:30pm
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.
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
Platform is a day care provision for profoundly disabled young people in Hull & the East Riding
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.
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
Working in partnership with organisations to get the physically inactive active
We provide environments and deliver activities which enable children and young people to identify and realise both their aspirations and their potential
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
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)
HU6 Community development trust, training and employment based initiatives