Community Directory

Community Directory

Organisation Name Description
theTable@Oakwood

theTable@Oakwood is a sub group of the Church of the Transfiguration, Birchwood, as part of the United Parish of Birchwood & Woolston which also includes The Church of the Ascension, Woolston. Working as part of the Warrington East Team. We will also be working ecumenically with Birchwood Community Church and Thomas Risley URC. theTable@Oakwood delivers community based groups and activities for all members of local area.

Ti Ti Ta Hungarian Dance Group

Our group promotes Hungarian folkdance and music. Our aim is to show and teach our traditional dances to others (not just to Hungarians). We sometimes perform at family events and at cultural festivals. We rehearse every two weeks on Saturday nights. We welcome everybody who love music, dance and has an interest in other cultures.

Time 4 Sharing

Time Banking is a way of trading skills in a community. It uses time, rather than money, as the measurement tool. Members of a Time Bank share their skills with other members within the community and are given time credits for the work they do.With the credits they gain, each member can ‘buy' someone else's time, and get the service they need.

Together Trust

The Together Trust is a voluntary organisation providing a wide range of care, special education and community services for children and adults with autism, learning difficulties and/or complex needs.

At the Together Trust we believe everybody deserves an equal chance in life. There are no exceptions. We provide a wide range of support services including fostering, residential, short breaks, community, family support and specialist educational support through our schools and college.

We can also offer families and carers a wide range of training, consultancy and support to help people make choices and have control. We accept referrals from all over the UK with our services based in the North West of England and the surrounding areas.

In addition to local authority funded places, our services can be purchased by families, carers, and service users over the age of 18 or their brokers via a direct payment, individual budget, individual service fund or personal/private funds.

Trans*Warrington

Trans*Warrington is a social, help and information group, our aim is to reduce social isolation within our community, to work with local service providers and provide a safe and secure location in which to meet socially, for everyone within the transgender spectrum, their partners, family, friends and our trans* allies.
To support Transgender people throughout their transition, at every stage, in and around the Warrington area of Cheshire.

Tree of Hope

Tree of Hope support families of sick or disabled children to raise funds for things not available through the UK health system. These include Equipment, Operations, Therapies and treatments. Also big projects such as house adaptations and sensory gardens. Though based in Kent, we work across the UK and have several families in Warrington.

Trust Property Held in Connexion with Cairo St Chapel, Warrington

To provide worship in the Cairo street chapel Warrington and to serve the wider public in Warrington

Unify Credit Union

Unify CU is a not for profit financial co-operative providing services to
members across Warrington, Wigan, Chorley, Skelmersdale and South Ribble.

University of Chester
University of Chester
Urban Church Warrington

We are a Church that loves God and loves people. Urban Church is a place people can call home, discover their purpose and experience the freedom that comes through knowing Jesus. Whether you would consider yourself a Christian or not, we’d love for you to come and visit us on a Sunday and see what we’re all about! Main event - Sunday 5pm, Longshaw Street.

Velocity Dance
Victim Services Cheshire

The Victims Services Cheshire website has been commissioned and funded by the Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire. It was developed to provide a single place for local and national information about the support, information and guidance available to victims of crime in Cheshire. Halton & St Helens VCA, in partnership with CVS Cheshire East, Chester VA and Warrington VA have been supporting with the creation of the online resource.

Victim Support

Victim Support is the independent charity for victims of crime in England and Wales. We were set up over 40 years ago and have grown to become the oldest and largest victims' organisation in the world.

Walton Lea Partnership

We are a charity which provides supported employment for adults with learning disabilities, mental health problems, mobility issues and early onset Alzheimers.
The type of jobs we offer are gardening, woodwork, floristry, conservation work, working in our shop, dealing with customers etc. Some people work one day a week whilst others come Monday to Friday.You have to like working outdoors!

Warren Pre-School Playgroup

The Warren pre-school has been an established part of the local community for over 40 years. It was initially founded as a ‘mum’s and tot’s’ group and has developed from there.
We are a registered charity, aided by an elected group of trustees. We have a charity status to enable us to fund raise for the preschool.
We are registered for a maximum of 30 children per session aged 2 to 4, and maintain the required ratio in line with OFSTED requirements.

Warrington Advanced Motorists

Our sole purpose is to help drivers and riders prepare for and pass the Advanced Driving /Riding Test run by IAM RoadSmart (formerly known as the Institute of Advanced Motorists, the IAM). We are an independent, Warrington based, organisation affiliated to IAM RoadSmart and a Registered Charity (Registration Number 1048554) in our own right.

Warrington and District Friendship Group

Thursdays (monthly) 2-4pm

Warrington and District Arts Council

The purpose of Warrington Arts Council is to promote the town’s arts and culture scene and to act as a co-ordinating and liaising body for local voluntary organisations and individuals involved in, or interested in, the cultural life of the town.

Membership is open to representatives of local voluntary organisations, individuals who support the purposes of the council and elected Borough Councillors. Anyone can attend our meetings but to become a full member with voting rights payment of a small annual subscription is required.

Warrington and District Football League
Warrington and Halton Hospital Charity

Warrington and Halton Hospitals’ Charity, ‘WHH Charity’, raises funds to provide additional comforts, care or experiences for the direct benefit of patients and their families beyond that which the NHS provides.
With the support of our many, many donors and fundraisers we raise money to improve patient environments, fund additional equipment or facilities or provide important complimentary services to enhance our patients’ overall experience.
We can only continue our work by gaining the support of our local communities and our mission is to create as many different ways as possible to forge new partnerships and involve our supporters in ways that best suit them.

Warrington Animal Welfare

Warrington Animal Welfare is a registered charity which was originally established in 1983 by Joan Rimmer B.E.M. and the late June Jackson.
WAW was setup to provide financial support for pet owners on low income or benefits to help them to pay to have their pet's neutered, in a bid to reduce the amount of stray, abandoned and unwanted pets in Warrington.

Volunteers are the life-blood of charities like Warrington Animal Welfare. You may want to help out in the rehoming centre – cleaning and caring for the animals, help run a neutering campaigns e.g. leafleting, fundraising, walking dogs, socialising nervous pets, transporting animals to vets appointments, fostering, admin tasks, homechecking (training will be given), handling calls and updating our website!

Warrington Arpley Division Guide Association

We are part of Girlguiding UK; we are based in Warrington in Cheshire. We are a non-profit making organisation, all funds are received are used for and by the girls and women who are our members.

Warrington Art Group
Warrington Borough Council

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