Organisation Directory

Aireborough Flower Fund Homes

We build and maintain one bedroomed bungalows for the elderly in need in the Aireborough area. We aim to allow tenants to lead an independent life in affordable homes and work to support them in this. We are a registered charity.

Aireborough Historical Society

Aireborough Historical Society is concerned with archaeology, natural history, and local and family history in Yeadon, Guiseley, and Rawdon.

Aireborough Neighbourhood Development Forum
Aireborough Senior Citizens

Offers friendly activities - gentle music and movement, dominos, also teas, coffees and refreshments.

Aireborough Supported Activities Scheme

ASAS is a registered charity which has been organising holiday play schemes since 1988 and residential activity breaks since 2003 which are aimed at children and young people aged 4-19 years with special needs in Aireborough and its surrounding district. The play scheme regularly takes place at Green Meadows School, Bradford Road, Guiseley, LS20 8PP.

AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds

From the magical GB Women?s 1-2 in a stacked elite field, to the thousands of amateur participants collecting their medals in Millennium Square having achieved their own personal goals, the 2018 AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds delivered... And now, we?re back for more! This is one of Great Britain?s premier triathlon events, set to be bigger and better than ever before and offering participants, whatever your goal or reason to race, an unforgettable experience in the country?s beating heart of the sport. The event will stage the British Standard Distance Triathlon Championships, plus offering an opportunity for athletes to get their hands on a sought-after GB tri suit. Plus, after crossing the finish line, you can settle back and join the 75,000 fans cheering on the world?s top triathlon stars. What are you waiting for?

Al-Anon Family Group

Al-Anon Family Groups provide support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else's drinking. We believe alcoholism affects the whole family, not just the drinker. Please see our website for information about meetings in the Leeds area.

Al-Madina Jam-E-Masjid

Place of Worship for All Muslims. Praying Facilities for Muslims Education Classes for Children and Adults Spiritual Support and Guidance

Alcoholics Anonymous

AA is a voluntary fellowship of men and women who are alcoholics and who help each other to achieve and maintain sobriety by staying away from one drink, one day at a time. Group meetings help to maintain this and each member follows a programme of Twelve Steps to recovery. Self-honesty amongst members is fundamental and anonymity preserved. There is no membership fee - voluntary contributions only. There are meetings in the Leeds area for women and men who have experienced problems with alcohol and want to stop drinking.

All Hallows Church

Services Provided: Cafe

All Hallows Parish Church - Bardsey

The church has various activities on in the week including: Good Companions, Mothers' Union, Ecumenical Choir, Churches Together, Bardsey Youth Choir. Times of the activities vary - please consult the website for more details. The Church itself is located on Church Lane, Bardsey, Leeds, LSD17 9DH.

All Saints Landmark Centre

We're a community centre providing a variety of groups and activities for people in the local area, inc: older people, parents & toddlers, disabled young people, refugees & asylum seekers.

All Saints' Church (C of E) - Richmond Hill

C of E Primary School, carers and toddlers, older people, Sunday Services. Hall bookings available and Parish magazine. Dance tuition class is also held - juniors, teens, and adults. For more details of meeting times, etc, please contact The Revd Karen Marshall.

All Souls Church, Leeds

An Urban Parish Church serving the local community with a specific interest in outreach to Christians whose first language is not English. There is a high level of lay participation in the leadership of worship which crosses age, gender, social, and ethnic boundaries. The congregation are noted for their warm welcome to new worshippers from all backgrounds. The building was the last one designed by the architect George Gilbert Scott before his death. It lends itself well to hosting concerts, and we are hoping to develop awareness in the local area of its architectural glories. The organ was built by Isaac Abbott, whose workshop was nearby on Blackman Lane. It was built as his 'display model' and, although needing the kind of re-build that we could never afford, it still sounds very well indeed. We also have an excellent organist. We reject all forms of discrimination and welcome everyone regardless of social or ethnic background or sexual orientation.

Allotment Development Initiative, Yorkshire & Humberside Region

Allotment Development Mentors are volunteers who have direct experience of supporting the development of allotment sites and associations at a local level. They provide help with setting up and running your allotment. This is the Yorkshire and Humber Branch of this national initiative.

Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP Leeds)

AVP is for everyone who wants to handle conflict, deal with strong feelings like anger and fear, and build better relationships. For 20 years we have run friendly, low-cost workshops/courses that can really make a difference. Whether you face difficult situations in the family, on the street, in your worksplace or somewhere else, AVP can help. In an AVP workshop you and the other participants will explore the conflicts and relationships within your own lives. The workshop will help you to understand and believe in yourself, communicate with others better and learn new skills to use in difficult situations.

Alwoodley Art Group

This organisation has been operating for over 40 years and meets every Thursday evening to paint in whatever medium members wish. We are of all abilities and offer help to those who wish to improve their technique. We have two exhibitions a year, when all our members are encouraged to show their work, and sell if they wish. Our meetings regularly include demonstrations by professional artists, and workshops for members to encourage a bit of competition and have fun.

Alwoodley Community Association

Facilities for Art, Badminton, Carpet Bowls, Chess, Fitness League, Lacemaking and Craft, Chamber Orchestra, Singers, Social Club, Tennis, Women's Club, Football. Affiliated groups: Scouts and Guides, Townswomen's Guild. We seek to provide a centre for the residents of Alwoodley to come and relax and enjoy the many facilities available including a licensed bar and comfy lounge. There is a large screen TV and games tables in the Family Room. The Social Club organises a quiz competition throughout the winter months when Sections of the ACA submit teams to take part. They also arrange horse race evenings and bingo evenings.We have a Gala in June and the different Sections of the ACA organise social events, e.g. coffee mornings, jumble sales, etc., to raise funds not only to help maintain the premises and facilities but to nurture the social aspect of the community.

Alwoodley Lacemakers

The organisation teaches members how to make various types of bobbin lace, English as well as others, with the aim of keeping this ancient craft alive.

Alwoodley Park Methodist Church

Alwoodley Park Methodist is a thriving Christian community which offers a wide range of activities in addition to our worship on Sunday mornings. Our church is a welcoming place. If you're looking for a church community or would just like to see what church is all about, please give us a try! Details of our activities can be found on our website. We have a Parent and Toddlers Group and a Luncheon Club (by invitation) for the elderly. We have a Sunday School at 10.45am.

Alwoodley Townswomen's Guild

To advance the education of women irrespective of race, creed and party, so as to enable them to make the best contribution towards the common good. To educate such women in the principles of good citizenship and in all public questions both national and international. To carry out research into any public questions whether local, national or international and publishing the useful results of the research. To promote public understanding of any subject of educational value where women have particular knowledge or experience. To make new friends.

Alzheimer's Society

Advice, information, services and supports to people with dementia and their carers. Day Support Service for people with early onset dementia (aged under 65), Community based Home Support Service for people with early onset dementia (aged under 65), Dementia Adviser Service for people with dementia of any age, Carers Support Service for carers of people with dementia of any age. Dementia Cafes, Singing Groups and Carers' Support Groups. Also talks to raise awareness and increase knowledge of dementia in all parts of Leeds.

Amici Singers

This is a community based choir of mixed voices who just want to make music together. We have members from all over North Leeds and some from further flung areas. There are no auditions and members do not have to read music. Some people are experienced singers but for many it is the first time they have sung in a choir. We have a mixed repertoire of part songs from early music, through spiritual and folk songs to songs from the shows and in a ligher vein. All our concerts are in aid of charities or other good causes and take plac in churches and hall around Leeds as well as on our annual holidays. We have low fees and there is an opportunity for new singers to try us out for no fee. The choir prides itself on its friendly atmosphere and its support for all its members. All voices welcome but a special cheer for tenors or basses! More information from the secretary on 0113 228 5932.

Ana Sudaniya (AS)
Anchor - Halcyon Court Care Home

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