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The Nacoa telephone and email helpline provides information and support for everyone affected by a parent's drinking.
The helpline is open Monday to Saturday 12pm-9pm.
Our website nacoa.org.uk includes personal experiences, FAQ, publications and reading lists and much more.
Our services are free to everyone affected by a parent's drinking. This includes children of all ages, many of whose problems only become apparent in adulthood. Nacoa also publish a wide range of...
Napton House is a Specialised Housing/extra care housing development suitable for adults with a learning disability in Warwick. It offers spacious apartments for rent only, telecare (assistive technology), access to shared and 1:1 support and access to care services 24 hours per day.
Napton House provides a range of community services with high-quality accommodation. It has been designed specifically to meet the needs of adults with learning disabilities, with your immediate...
Meets: every four weeks on a Wednesday 7:30pm at members house. New members always welcome.
Netherfield House Community Services provides the following to support the local community.
Regular Sunday lunch club from 10am to 3pm (Please get in touch to find out further details).
Fortnightly bingo sessions with lunch from 11am to 2pm (Please get in touch to find out further details).
We also open during the festive session for Christmas and New Year.
Supporting Learning Disabled People to Live Life to the Full.
New Directions (Rugby) Ltd.
New Directions is an inspiring, vibrant, local charity which supports people with a wide range of needs including learning disabilities and autism, and their families and carers, to lead full and valued lives by working in real partnership with them. The charity was established in the 1950's by local parents of children with learning disabilities who wanted to see improved services and...
New Pastures Care Farm is a small, friendly day service for adults and young people. We are a day service with a difference!
We have two farms in Warwickshire, one in the North of the county in Water Orton and one close to Warwick/Leamington Spa in the village of Harbury.
Care farming provides health, social and an educational service for a range of vulnerable groups of people. This includes people with learning disabilities, people with autism, people with mental health...
Newbold Pacey And Ashorne Village Hall
Ashorne Village Hut
Medium size hall(seats 100),
Committee room(seats 15),
Kitchen & car park.
Access for the disabled.
Newlands is situated in the picturesque town of Kenilworth, a small but bustling town with a variety of shops, pubs, restaurants and of course the famous castle. Newlands is only a short drive away from the larger town of Leamington Spa and the historic town of Warwick, providing a range of shops, activities and places to visit.
Newlands provides a long term home for some of our residents. For others, we provide rehabilitation, respite and short term residential care. Many of our...
Residential Care home with nursing
Care homes with nursing are for people who require nursing care and can no longer stay in their own home safely, even with the support of family or social care staff. A care home with nursing provides accommodation, meals and assistance with personal care along with registered general nurses present at all times to supervise nursing tasks. Residents in a care home with nursing are usually more dependent and require assistance from on-site...
Christian teaching for children aged 3 - 15 years. Meets every Sunday at 10.30am at St John's Church Centre.
Noah's Early Years Centre
A new and exciting provision helping to bridge the gap in support for early years babies and toddlers with special needs in the Rugby area. We offer a range of fun sessions covering all different areas of development such as sensory, physical, communication and social.
We also aim to help support families, carers and siblings by offering a safe, secure and confidential area for families to come along and meet others and build vital support networks. We...
Provides information and support to dyslexics (age 4yr to Adult) and their families to advance the education of persons handicapped by Dyslexia, and to promote better understanding of Dyslexia to the public at large.
The Association works and has links with Local Education Authorities, other dyslexia organisations and charities.
Helpline 02476 316813 (9am to 6pm)
Dyslexia Screening (see attachment)
North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College (NWSLC) is a large Further Education college offering a wide range of full-time, part-time, Higher Education and Apprenticeship programmes over five campuses based in Nuneaton, South Wigston, Hinckley, Harrowbrook and MTI.
Every year, over 90 per cent of our students leave us to progress on to higher education or into employment.Ofsted rated us as 'Good' and we are proud of our very high levels of student success both in their...
North Warwickshire Citizens Advice Bureau give free, confidential, impartial and independent advice and information on a wide range of subjects.
We can work with you to sort out your debt worries and claim all the benefits you may be entitled to. We can help with housing and employment problems, or deal with queries about consumer or tax issues. We can advise on legal matters, answer questions about immigration, and we have lots of experience on family and personal matters...
Registered charity No. 1039222
Established in 1984 and providing confidential one to one counselling of a high quality.
Available to all regardless of race, disability, age, sex or sexual orientation. Working within the guidelines of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Initial contact is via a confidential answerphone, please leave name and telephone number on 024 7632 0095 and we will contact you to arrange sessions.
The Thursday Volunteers undertake practical conservation tasks on wildlife and countryside sites managed by Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council.
The team usually meets at 10am on site and finish around 4pm. Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult.
For details on becoming a volunteer and a programme of events please contact Countryside Team on 02476 376477 / 376429.
NNWEC is a registered charity, (701178) purpose built disabled riding facility which offers specialist riding tuition, hippotherapy, equine assisted learning and horse therapy sessions for physical and mental disability riders as well as catering for neuro typical riders.
Opened in April 1979 by Larry Grayson we are deeply embedded in the local community with a strong contingent of approximatly 50 dedicated local volunteers who assist in all areas of our organisation.
Nuneaton and North Warwickshire Family History Society.
Family history is one of the most pleasurable leisure activities and it can be a daunting task—but you need not work alone… NNWFHS is a community of people with a shared interest. Not all members have Warwickshire ancestors. The meetings and communications provided by this Society give a valuable opportunity to share ideas and problems. The Society talks and discussion/research evenings provide wide ranging support for...
We are actually three clubs, a junior, a senior and a disability club. We cater for those interested in archery from the age of 8 to 18 in the junior club and 18 upwards in the senior club. There is no upper limit for the seniors and it is a sport that you can either come to late and still enjoy or remain with after starting at a very young age.
Having moved to our own ground we now have access 7 days a week and so the opportunities to shoot have been greatly enhanced.
An annual Festival of performing and visual arts is organised. The sections are Art, Craft, Needlecraft, Photography, Original Writing, Vocal, Piano, Stage Dancing, Speech and Drama and Woodwind, Strings and Brass. We welcome competitors of all ages and from all parts of the UK. National adjudicators judge the performing arts while the visual arts are generally judged by local experts. The Festival takes place at various locations around Nuneaton and Bedworth at intervals between February...