Organisation Directory

British Lung Foundation

Promotes and researches lung health

British Red Cross
British Red Cross Society

Services provided in Leeds - Home from Hospital, Mobility Aids, Transport support,

British Thyroid Foundation

The British Thyroid Association (BTA) is associated with The British Thyroid Foundation (BTF) and Thyroid Eye Disease Charitable Trust (TEDct) - both the BTF and TEDct are patient-led officially registered charities set up for the support and education of patients suffering from thyroid disease and their families.

British Trust for Ornithology - Leeds and Wakefield Region

The BTO promotes enjoyable and constructive birdwatching. Members take part in national surveys organised locally. New members can be 'paired' with more experienced ones. Survey work and fieldwork are carried out when convenient and required for scientific or conservation research. The Regional Representative's position is vacant at the moment - in the meantime please email Ieuan Evans.

Bumpy Ltd

Bumpy provide a purpose built legal and safe off road motorcycle park running activities for young people from the age of 6 years. Our activities include, basic motorcycle riding courses or single lessons, for individuals or groups.. Bring your own bike to ride or use ours. Trials riding tuition and ACU trials competitions. Vocational motorcycle maintenance courses for education authorities, PAYP or YPS. On road motorcycle training for 16+ scooter lessons and CBT, also, module 1 and 2 training to full motorcycle test.

Burley Gardening and Handyperson Service

Repairs, decorating and gardening for householders, organisations, and businesses. Customers pay for the materials used plus an hourly labour rate.

Burley Park Community Association

Burley Park Community Association is organised and run by the people of Burley, for the people of Burley, and those who work, play and visit here. We are a friendly and welcoming group of residents who care about Burley, and want to make it an even better place to spend time in.

Burmantofts Community Nursery

Goals and Values of our Nursery are ? Nursery provides an enjoyable and stimulating surrounding where the children feel happy, safe and valued and where the children can learn. Nursery will encourage children to express themselves as individuals through a variety of experiences and activities in a safe, secure, caring, healthy and all inclusive environment. ? To promote a healthy lifestyle within nursery thus we encourage high personal hygiene/care. Nursery offers a balanced and nutritious menu to promote healthy eating and gives equal opportunities for both indoor and out door play experiences for physical play and movement. ? All staff have clear expectations of the children and recognises their individual needs and abilities, providing them opportunities for freedom to grow. Nursery encourages the children to express themselves and demonstrate their feelings within the activities and provision we provide through planned and balanced play opportunities; together with appropriate materials and equipment we ensure that this is possible. We aim to teach our children the basic knowledge and alongside practical skills to help prepare the children for the next step, while making sure that the children have achievable goals to work towards. ? Having well organised staff and consistent routines we are able to observe children's individual achievements and make regular assessments. The staff and children are encouraged to develop a caring and respectful attitude to one and other, regardless of race, religion, gender, background or additional needs and we promote a friendly environment, which encourages positive behaviour and life-skills, treating and valuing one another, as we ourselves would like to be treated. ? Through interaction, communication and listening to the children and parents we are able to give their ideas and wishes due consideration and by putting those ideas into action where possible it will help the children develop ? Skills for the future and together make a positive contribution to our nursery?s future. ? Early childhood experiences are the foundations which children build their future so it is important that as a team and with our parents we offer every opportunity as first educators to cement in good practice. Our over aching aim is that we are consistent and positive in our approach providing a happy environment, giving praise and encouragement at every opportunity and having fun doing so.

Burmantofts Community Projects

To provide advice on debt, money management, the advancement of financial education, the relief of poverty and enhance wellbeing, we will: - Encourage and facilitate financial literacy in schools, including the publication of stories for children - Provide a focus for study and research on ways of addressing the wider social implications of poverty and debt in communities - Seek ways of reducing social exclusion and isolation, empowering people to participate in society - Encourage a culture of volunteering - Provide a learning hub where skills in money management and social and interpersonal relationships can be acquired.

Burmantofts Senior Action

BSA aims to support people over 60 in the area to live independently in their own homes, offering services and activities such as lunch clubs, groups, friendly visiting, gardening, winter warmth, home visits and advice, trips, parties and a book swap. We send out a newsletter 3 times a a year.

Business in the Community

Business in the Community mobilises business for the general good with members committed to take action on the key issues of today, be they people or planet, to create a unique platform for collaborative action. In Yorkshire and Humber our focus is on education, employability, environment and economic renewal in the most deprived communities. Our environment programme in Yorkshire and Humber will inspire, challenge and support your organisation as you take advantage of the opportunities of a low carbon economy.

Butterfly Conservation - Yorkshire Branch

Butterfly Conservation is an organisation which organises various activities, including field trips.

cafe leep

We are an Accredited teaching centre in a fully functional cafe setting. where we teach adults with learning disabilities NVQ 1 & 2 in food safety. we have a wide menu range. we also work with The Real Junk Food Project the food we receive through this we run a cooking course every Wednesday for adults with learning disabilities we also cook daily specials in the cafe

Calverley Horticultural Society

Horticultural society furthering horticulture, gardening etc, managing the Gatescroft Allotments in Calverley as a self-administered site.

Calverley Methodist Church Thursday Group

Twice monthly ladies group to promote fellowship and friendship in a Christian manner amongst club members and to entertain and work for charities at home and abroad.

Calverley Parish Church

We are a Parish Church Community seeking to serve the local parish and community. In addition to public worship serving both young and old we have a parent/toddler ministry three times a week in The Barn (Barn Babies) and strong links with Calverley CE School and Calverley Parkside School. Sunday Worship: 1st Sunday of the month 10.30am Family Communion (followed by Shared Lunch). 2nd and 4th Sundays: 8.00am Holy communion (BCP). 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Sundays: 9.45am Holy Communion (Common Worship).11.30am The King's Arms All-Age worship with Young People's and Children's Groups. Coffee in The Barn: between the 9.45am and 11.30am services.

Calverley Players

The Calverley Players produce three plays per year.

Campaign For Better Transport: West Yorkshire

Campaigns actively for better public transport in the West Yorkshire region including improvements in services and facilities for bus and rail users and promote greater service integration. It aims to raise the profile of public transport, by ensuring that there is greater awareness of some of its most important issues and concerns. It is equally concerned to promote and campaign for such green modes as walking and cycling which help to reduce reliance on the car.

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale is an organisation which is working to promote real ale and traditional pubs in Leeds. Meetings held at various pubs in Leeds on Tuesday at 8.00pm. We also organise and run the annual Leeds Beer, Cider and Perry Festival at Pudsey Civic Hall. Our meeting place changes each month, so parking and access varies.

Campaign to Protect Rural England (County of West Yorkshire Branch)

The Campaign to Protect Rural England works to promote and encourage improvements in preservation of the countryside of West Yorkshire and the environment of towns and villages.

Cancer Research UK - Horsforth Charity Shop

Sell second hand clothing, bric-a-brac, and other goods in order to raise money for Cancer Research UK.


Each year, an average of 150 children in Yorkshire are diagnosed with cancer. Candlelighters provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and families affected by childhood cancer throughout Yorkshire. We support children and their families from diagnosis and throughout their journey, including financial support, practical help on the wards and clinic (LGI), well-needed breaks, as well as emotional and well-being support for the whole family at our family support centre (The Square) and family support bus. The support we offer at The Square and on the Bus ranges from a simple a cup of tea and a break from the wards to a full programme of emotional and well-being support for children, parents, siblings and grandparents.

Canopy Housing

Canopy renovates derelict houses that have been standing empty for years. Through the hard work of our volunteers we transform them into homes for people at risk of homelessness. Our volunteers come from all walks of life, some have no experience of DIY whilst others may be trained professionals. We can teach you everything you'll need to know. The best way to learn sometimes is to get stuck in and have a try. Canopy has bases and houses in Hyde Park, Beeston and Harehills. Through our practical work, we learn new skills, work as a team and make big improvements to local neighbourhoods.


Cantabile is a chamber choir based in Chapel Allerton, Leeds. We?re a small group of experienced and enthusiastic singers who enjoy the challenge of performing a varied repertoire of music spanning four centuries and including works by contemporary composers. We?re dedicated to making a beautiful sound together in a choir where every voice counts.