T.Y.L.E.R gives children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) a voice to make a positive difference to services.
Baby, Children and family crisis intervention charity. We take donations of unwanted baby and children items and then get referrals from health professionals to get that equipment to those in poverty and crisis and those affected by domestic abuse or illness.
YASS (Yorkshire) is a community based organisation which began in 2004 with the aim of helping young adults and now aims to help adults with neurological conditions get the help they need in Bridlington.
Community group for children with additional needs and disibilities around the area we meet every Thursday at 5.30 until 6.30 at the childrens centre in withernsea high school grounds we have lots of fun playing and doing arts and crafts
Through organising events both locally and potentially nationally we plan to raise funds which will then be distributed based on decisions made by the trustees. We have big plans for the trust but mainly our goal is to ensure that money is not wasted on admin costs and other unnecessary items. We will ensure that […]
Learning in Class 1 is based on children’s interests and needs and is a thriving place to learn, discover and grow. Children have the opportunity to engage in a range of stimulating and ‘hands-on’ tactile experiences which aim to engage and motivate children and encourage an enthusiasm for learning.
Our aim is to educate the public concerning the benefits of secure couple relationships, marriage and family life in order to improve the emotional, sexual and spiritual well-being of individuals, which is derived from committed relationships.
Children’s Centre based at Woldgate School and sixth form College in Pocklington.
Mondays 1:30pm – 3.00pm (term-time at St. Mark’s Hall). A stay-and-play group for pre-schoolers (0 to 4) and their carers meeting at St. Mark’s Hall with toys, crafts, singing and a story from the Bible for all the children; plus real coffee and cake for the grown-ups. Cost: £1 per session.
Hessle Library – Reading Club – This reading group meet on the second Tuesday of the month at 6.30pm. Contact for further details.