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Warwickshire Community and Voluntary Action

CAVA is the infrastructure organisation for Warwickshire and Solihull providing vital support to the volunteers, groups, organisations, enterprises and charities who are working to strengthen all of our communities. Every year our dedicated teams of staff and volunteers help lever in significant investment into the county. In 2015/16 the collective value of funding secured and volunteering opportunities developed was worth £4.2 million to Warwickshire's...

Warwickshire Conservation Volunteers

Conservation within Warwickshire & Coventry We are a group of about 20 volunteers who work in various locations in Warwickshire and many woods in Coventry. Our usual working parties are on Wednesdays plus 2nd and 4th Thursdays, meeting together and ready to go 10.15 to 10.30. We mostly provide our own tools, but have spare. We do :- hedgelaying, coppicing, stonewalling, ditches, planting, paths, undergrowth, meadows, ponds, fencing........ If this sounds interesting come and try -...

Warwickshire County Council Staff Bowling Club

Warwickshire County Council Staff Bowling Club is situated in the impressive and relaxed setting of the Staff Sports Club ground adjacent to the River Avon in Myton Road, Warwick. New members are always welcome to the club which has a friendly atmosphere with a mix of competitive and friendly bowling fixtures together with a range of other social activities including table tennis, petanque and short mat indoor bowling. Free bowls tuition by a qualified coach is also...

Warwickshire Geological Conservation Group (WGCG)

Conserve, enjoy and learn about the geology of Warwickshire. Group activities include a winter lecture programme, summer field trips, conservation projects and the installation of displays. WGCG is the Local Geological Sites (LoGS) organisation for Warwickshire. Lectures are held monthly, on the third Wednesday, during the winter months at St Francis Church Hall, Warwick Road, Kenilworth CV8 1HL. During the Covid 19 Pandemic we have been holding monthly talks using Zoom. For...

Warwickshire Mental Health Support

ABLEize, the UK's largest disability and health care directory are very concerned about many of the mental health support services being unavailable due to a massive increase in demand during Coronavirus (COVID-19) isolation and fears that results in many of the major mental health support services being busy when those in crisis are calling for help. Because of this we have built what is now the UK's largest database of regional as well as national mental health...

Warwickshire Pride

Warwickshire Pride is a charity that works with and for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) people across the county. The charity provides a range of services for LGBT+ people, families and professionals that include: PROUD YOUTH - Weekly youth groups for young LGBT+ people aged 12 - 18. Proud Youth runs on: Thursdays from 6:00pm - 8:00pm at St Mark's Church, Rugby Road, Leamington Spa, CV32 6DL. Saturdays from 2:30pm - 4:30pm at Foundation House, Masons Road,...

Warwickshire Rural Community Council

Warwickshire Rural Community Council (WRCC) helps and encourages people living in rural areas to develop their communities. By aiding locally led and run projects, we also hope to strengthen social ties within Warwickshire's villages and small towns. Our mission is 'to enable the development of sustainable and self-reliant rural communities'. We offer advice, information and grant support to help start projects in your community. Our close links with statutory and...

Warwickshire Safe Haven

Coventry & Warwickshire Mind's Safe Haven provides a free out-of-hours mental health support service to people across Warwickshire. Open from 6pm to 11pm every evening for anyone aged 16+ who is struggling. Wellbeing practitioners are on hand each evening to provide support and signposting. The Safe Haven is a service for people who...feel as though they are unable to cope...may not know where to start looking for help...need out-of-hours mental health support. This is a free...

Warwickshire School Health and Wellbeing service - Family Weight Management

Family Weight Management is part of the Warwickshire School Health and Wellbeing service. Families can self refer by contacting Hayley Minogue - 03300 245 204 or completing the attached form. The Change Maker programmes are rolling and take place throughout the county. https://www.compass-uk.org/services/warwickshire-school-health-wellbeing-service/

Warwickshire Singers

We are a chamber choir of about 30 singers. We give concerts about 3 times a year in venues around Warwickshire. We rehearse at Kenilworth Methodist Church on Monday evenings during school term times - 7.30 - 9.30 pm. We sing a wide variety of different types of music but mostly classical and are always pleased to hear from singers who would be interested in joining us. Some previous experience of choral singing would be advantageous but not essential.

Warwickshire Stop Smoking Service

There's a free local Stop Smoking Service near you. Visit our Quit4good website to find out more www.quit4good.co.uk. The Stop Smoking Service offers free one-to-one support along with stop smoking medication, which are available for the cost of a prescription. Developed by experts and ex-smokers and delivered by professionals, your local Stop Smoking Service provides expert advice, support and encouragement to help you stop smoking for good. What to expect from the Stop Smoking...

Warwickshire Vision Support - Home Visitor Service

About Warwickshire Vision Support Serving more than 3,000 visually impaired people with the support of over 280 volunteers, Warwickshire Vision Support provides information and advice services, social clubs and Vision Support Centres across the whole county. The Home Visitor Service For many people living with sight loss, the greatest challenges are often those associated with isolation and the problems of not being able to access information. The Home Visitor Service helps you to...

Warwickshire Vision Support - Hospital Advice and Information Service

About Warwickshire Vision Support Serving more than 3,000 visually impaired people with the support of over 280 volunteers, Warwickshire Vision Support provides information and advice services, social clubs and Vision Support Centres across the whole county. What is the Vision Support Desk? The Hospital Advice and Information Service is available across all eye clinics in Warwickshire. It is designed to provide you with support at the point of diagnosis. We will explain the...

Warwickshire Vision Support - Rehabilitation Service

About Warwickshire Vision Support Serving more than 3,000 visually impaired people with the support of over 280 volunteers, Warwickshire Vision Support provides information and advice services, social clubs and Vision Support Centres across the whole county. Rehabilitation Service We are contracted by Warwickshire County Council to provide Rehabilitation Services to visually impaired people living in Warwickshire. Our service gives you the opportunity to develop new skills so that you...

Warwickshire Vision Support - Technology Service

About Warwickshire Vision Support Serving more than 3,000 visually impaired people with the support of over 280 volunteers, Warwickshire Vision Support provides information and advice services, social clubs and Vision Support Centres across the whole county. The Interactive Technology Service In recent years, many services have gone online - often accompanied by a reduction in front line staff to save money. For visually impaired people this can make accessing services more...

Warwickshire Vision Support - Vision Support Centres

About Warwickshire Vision Support Serving more than 3,000 visually impaired people with the support of over 280 volunteers, Warwickshire Vision Support provides information and advice services, social clubs and Vision Support Centres across the whole county. What is a Vision Support Centre? Our Vision Support Centres were established to meet your need for local access to equipment and information in your community. Each Vision Support Centre provides the following: Advice and...

Warwickshire Vision Support Telephone Befriending Service

Our Telephone Befriending Service, which was developed as a result of the COVID 19 Crisis, has been so well received that it is now embedded as a regular charitable service provision for Warwickshire Vision Support. Using carefully selected volunteers who have all been DBS checked, we connect them to blind and visually impaired people around the county. A volunteer will make a call to a service user once a week at an agreed time and provide company, stimulating conversation and a vital...

Waverley Day Centre

A local charity working to support the elderly and their carers in the community of Kenilworth and the surrounding area. Day Centre Our friendly team offers a warm welcome to friends old and new. Come and join us for a day out with good company in comfortable surroundings. All food is cooked on the premises by our own cook. Enjoy our seated exercise classes and other activities or make use of our in house hairdresser. We offer transport within the CV8...

Way Ahead Activity Service

Our Day Service activities are run from Netherfield House, Lillington and provide support services on a daily basis, 5 days per week. This service currently provides flexible, innovative, person centred services to individuals with a Learning Disability and Mental Ill Health. Our service aim is to be part of a team, working holistically to ensure an individual has a meaningful life. We aim, with the activities that we offer, to enable individuals' to acquire or...

Way Ahead Support Services

Way Ahead Support Services is an award winning charity that has been supporting people with Learning Disabilities in the Warwickshire area for over 50 years. The charity now supports any vulnerable people including older people, people with learning or physical disabilities or those experiencing mental ill health. Through person centred support, Way Ahead Support Services are committed to encouraging and supporting individuals to become as independent as possible. Whilst providing...




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