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The Warrington Club, WA1 1DN
Room At The Inn Warrington Room at the Inn Warrington opened on 1st December 2010 to provide emergency short term housing to homeless people in Warrington. After the closure of the YMCA, the volunteers, workers and homeless who’s lives were maintained by the YMCA could only turn to the Y-Project and Room at the Inn. The aims: To prevent Street Homelessness to engage with rough sleepers To assist people who have become homeless to link with relevant services To prevent hardship and enable people to move on to more settled accommodation To bring people relief and an opportunity for recovery To encourage dignity and respect To remind the public that these are People first and Homeless afterwards We provide daytime support and information services for vulnerable and homeless people to improve their quality of life. This includes 10 beds, food, warmth, help with reading and writing, grief management, empathy and encouragement. This is a truly remarkable chairty with alot of fantastic people behind it. Just £5 can give someone a warm bed, and a hot meal. What can you spare? Please DONATE: https://www.gofundme.com/4virwdc
3 Winmarleigh Street Warrington Cheshire WA1 1NB
Warrington FoodBank Warrington Foodbank accept donations of non perishable food at their foodbank warehouse. Opening times are 4-7pm Monday to Thursday.
Tanning Court, Warrington, Cheshire, WA1 2HF
Shannon Bradshaw Community Centre The Shannon Bradshaw Community Centre offer Breakfast club Lunch club Gardening club Youth club OAP’s afternoon with Tea/Coffee Bingo Crafts Gardening The Shannon Bradshaw Community Centre provide a place for locals to get together socially. They are taking bookings for Childrens birthday parties and have organized a Childrens Christmas party and an OAP Christmas party too.
Meeting Lane, Penketh Warrington, England
Warrington Voluntary Action (WVA) Warrington Voluntary Action supports the development of a vibrant, thriving and sustainable third sector to meet the diverse needs of local communities. To do this we: Provide information, guidance and resources enabling local voluntary, community and faith organisations to deliver effective quality services. Promote, support and develop social action and volunteering for individuals and local communities to make a positive difference. Initiate and nurture the development of new groups, schemes, enterprises or activities to meet identified needs. Support local networks and forums to facilitate and encourage effective partnerships and strengthen cross sector working. Enable effective representation and involvement on key strategic partnership bodies to ensure third sector organisations have a strong voice.
the gateway, sankey street, warrington
St Roccos Hospice Warrington St Roccos Hospice Warrington provides specialist care for people with life limiting illnesses and their families. Our aim is to help everyone have the best quality of life by providing care and support in a friendly, relaxed environment. St. Rocco’s is an independent Hospice and Registered Charity and takes patients from the Warrington and surrounding areas. Here’s what people say about us: ” The staff are lovely, very caring. They are fun too just like friends, showing empathy and understanding……” “All of my visitors commented on the wonderful atmosphere in the Hospice. I explained the secret, it’s the staff , they are all wonderful….they make a real difference to people’s lives and not many people can say that” “You gave us strength when we felt weak, you gave us love when we felt down and you gave us comfort to make us feel that we could cope….” [yotuwp type=”videos” id=”uNHl4X60Wik” ]
St Rocco's Hospice, Lockton Lane Warrington, England WA5 0BW
[yotuwp type=”videos” id=”Qp6ykZuPxX8″ ] Changing Lives In Warrington is a charity and social enterprise to facilitate the reuse of donated household furniture and electrical items at affordable prices whilst creating supported employment and volunteer opportunities for members of the local community.
Changing Lives in Warrington Cockhedge Way Warrington Bank Quay, Warrington WA1 2QH UK
[yotuwp type=”videos” id=”Qp6ykZuPxX8″ ] The Craft Room Warrington (located inside ‘Changing lives in Warrington’ on Cockhedge retail park) New Independent Craft Supplies Shop in the centre of Warrington selling card, adhesives, dies, embellishments, personalised gifts and cards. We offer several services including Die Cutting, Embroidery and other made to order items. Craft Supplies, Handmade Gifts, Workshops and Embroidery Services working with a Cheshire Charity. We are open Monday to Saturday 9.30am till 5pm
Warrington Cockhedge Way Warrington Bank Quay, Warrington WA1 2QH UK
Life Time – Warrington’s Centre for People 50+ to Keep Active, Connect and Enjoy Life. Whether you are in your fifties, sixties, seventies, or eighties and above, LifeTime Warrington can offer age-related advice, learning, social events and if you have a health issue, introduce you to the right information and support. LifeTime aims to bring a wide range of interesting, useful and fun services for older people together under one banner. Check out the EVENTS: www.facebook.com/pg/LifeTimeGateway/events/ LifeTime is an new and exciting network for Warrington that puts you in touch with the types of activities, social events, health information and learning opportunities that are right for you. It is what we are calling a ‘youth club for the over 50’s’. LifeTime is independent, not for profit and FREE to join. Our activities are happening at community venues right across Warrington and at our brand new LifeTime Centre where you can pop in for a coffee and a chat and attend one of our many events or courses. Why don’t you sign up today? What’s On Guide 2017 Walking Group Flower Arranging Heskin Farmer-craft market […]
The Gateway 89 Sankey St Warrington WA1 1SR UK
Warrington Disability Partnership (WDP) is an internationally acclaimed user led charity. With over 26 years’ experience of developing and delivering mobility and independent living services, our aim is to support disabled people and people living with long term health conditions. Who are WDP? Our team of staff and volunteers believe that information, advice and guidance are the main keys to independent living. Since our launch in 1991 we have designed, developed and, now deliver, 27 mobility and independent living services, many of which are based in our Centre for Independent Living (CIL). Find out more about WDP Our Annual Impact report Every year we publish a report of the work we do, and the wonderful people who help us to do it. You can download the report in PDF form here. Our teams Our team of nearly 50 staff and 200 volunteers offer a range of mobility and independent living services based around ‘Information, Advice and Guidance’. Meet our teams Our Board of Trustees Warrington Disability Partnership is governed by a hard working and dedicated team of volunteers. Find out more about our Board of Trustees Our President, Vice Presidents and Patrons Our President and Vice Presidents are volunteers who have, […]
Centre for Independent Living Evelyn Street Warrington WA5 1BA