Please note: Due to Covid 19 restrictions, services and community groups are operating differently. Please check directly with each service or group to find out what is available at this time.
You can use this page to find groups, services and activities within your local area. Some of the groups and activities will be free but you might have to pay for some classes and services. If you complete our Living Well quiz and register your details, you will receive a tailored list of resources that can help you make changes or improvements to your health and wellbeing.
To improve health in and around Keighley we run what we call our H.A.L.O programme (Health, Activity, Lifestyle, Opportunity). Our H.A.L.O project provides a range of groups and activities that aim to support your health and wellbeing The H.A.L.O project includes: Cook Confident - Cooking courses for adults that support people with a range of cooking abilities. Healthy Weight Lifestyle Courses - A course for adults who would like help to lose weight and be supported to make habit and behaviour changes that lead to a healthier lifestyle. Healthy Weight Support - A welcoming drop-in session for people who want to lead a healthier lifestyle. Introduction to Exercise - Like to start or are new to exercising? Not exercised for a while or would like to lose weight, join this successful weight loss group led by a qualified instructor. Young Chefs - Fun, interactive cooking sessions for children aged 8-13 years. Children cook food from fresh ingredients and learn about the importance of a healthy diet. Weaning Workshop - A weaning information and practical cookery course for parents and carers with babies aged 0-6 months old
The Footprints Family Centre is a charity based in Buttershaw; Bradford working with a combination of paid staff and volunteers to provide groups and activities that appeal to a broad spectrum of our community - and we are willing to open or support any new groups as fits any local need.Within this we directly run Stay and Play sessions for pre-school children; Cook & Eat sessions open to anyone; Craft Group; Baking Groups and a Breakfast Cafe; and at our Community Centre we support the local community to run Supper Clubs; Cubs; Scouts; Explorer Scouts; Sitting Fitter; Over 50's support group; Debt Advice Service; amongst many other activities. These are all aimed at reducing loneliness and isolation; at the same time as teaching people new skills; introducing new friends and building a safer; stronger community in Buttershaw - all in addition to our Nursery provision for 0-5 year olds and Out of School Care for 5-12 year olds.
The Vintage Vines care for the elderly project does various activities and have entertainment about every 8 weeks. Extended chair exercise on Tuesdays. We also provide a shopping service for butchers and fruit and veg on a Thursday (Tel Lynda/Kate 01274 788328). People need to book ahead for elderly places. First Fruits Mums & Toddlers runs Wed 9.30-11am term time only (Tel Mel 01274 788328) Prime time sessions Wednesdays 6-7pm, age 7 to 12 yrs (Key Stage 2 - school year 3-6) Prime Tinies - Wednesdays 4.30-5.30pm, age 4-7yrs (Key Stage 1 - school year reception to year 2). Children's meal available 5.30pm to book ahead termly for members. Contact Peter or Liam at the Vine (01274 788328)
Ravenscliffe Community Association is based at The Gateway Centre in Ravenscliffe. The Centre supports local residents at times of crisis with a wrap around service alongside activities for people of all ages and a variety of sessions/groups e.g adult dance, advice, arts and crafts for over 55s, health visitor drop in and ESOL courses.
A variety of help and support for parents with children under 5 years, which also includes help with filling-in forms, cooking, crafts, meeting and making friends. BFSN are all about developing relationships and building community in a fun, engaging and safe environment.
Hidden Voices help to reduce triggers and strengthen your resolve to reduce harmful substances by building confidence and self-esteem in order to promote positive change. Some of these steps include smart recovery, life skills coaching, progress coaching, cook and eat sessions and a creative hub. Please call us for more information about any of these sessions.
The Good Neighbour Project at St Christopher's Church Holme Wood is a well established community project that runs a variety of activities specifically designed to meet the needs of local people. These activities include: Home from Home Centre: For older people 50+ Wednesdays 9.30am - 2.30pm. 3 course meal, refreshments, door to door transport, several activities including; tai chi, entertainment, games, and occasional trips out. Out & About Day: For older people 50+ Thursdays (starting in mid April) 10am - 3.30pm. Trips to local supermarkets and places of interest. Opportunity to purchase a low cost meal. Activity Day: For older people 50+ Fridays 9.30am - 2.30pm 3 course meal available, lots of activities including indoor bowls, table tennis, dancing. Transport available. Community cafe: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday lunchtimes 11am - 1pm Good home cooked food at great prices. Open to everyone. Fruit & vegetable Market: Wednesday, Thursday, and Fridays 10am - 1pm. Seasonal produce at great prices. Open to everyone. Day Care Centre: For older people 50+ Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 9.30am - 2.30pm 3 course meal. refreshments, door to door transport and lots of activities. Line dancing: Thursdays 1.30pm - 3.30pm A great way to exercise and have fun. Open to all adults.
Activities in Buttershaw and Woodside, available at a community venue. These include a community kitchen, older people's friendship group, diabetes prevention, youth club, handyman and gardening service and bingo.
St. Christopher’s Good Neighbours is here to provide Hope for the people of Holme Wood and surrounding areas by helping to combat loneliness, providing low cost food and furniture and providing general help and support to people of all ages. This includes a Home from Home centre, community cafe, fruit and vegetable stall, line dancing, indoor bowls, hairdressing and a job club
Inn Churches deliver cooking courses where community groups and local people can get hands-on cooking experience, along with friendly advice on recipes, ingredients, shopping and nutrition, local and seasonal food. The courses are fun, friendly and welcoming; they are suitable for beginners, people with all abilities, and people who enjoy cooking.
The Keighley Association Women & Children's Centre (KAWACC) is a registered charity and voluntary organisation which adopts a holistic view of women, young people and children's development.. It hosts activities such as walking groups and cooking sessions.