Community Directory

Community Directory

Organisation Name Description
Whitecross All Kinds of Play

Lots of activities that will help your child develop their imagination, communication, hand eye co-ordination and social skills. It is open to children 0 - 4 year's old.
Club is run Tuesday mornings 10:00-11:30 am

Whittle Hall Junior Football Club

WHJFC was founded in 1998. It now has 8 age groups (12 teams plus Development Groups) playing in the Warrington Junior League. WHJFC is a Standard charter club registered with the Liverpool FA. The aim of the club is to encourage children to participate and develop a love of playing football while developing team building and social skills. The ethos of the club is to ‘participate and enjoy’. 

Wild Wings Birds of Prey (Education & Rehabilitation) Centre Ltd

Wild Wings Birds of Prey is a family owned 'not for profit' education and rehabilitation centre housing approximately 75 birds of prey in beautiful settings in the North West of England. Many of our birds we have actually rescued and rehabilitated and so naturally they have their own story and characters. Our centre is open to visitors and we run a vast selection of experience days.

Winwick Carnival

An annual event held on the playing field at Winwick Leisure Centre. Our aim is to provide a fun day for all and raise some money for local causes.
If you would like to help us or get involved, please get in touch.

Winwick Old People's Welfare Committee

Annual Trip for older residents of the village. Annual Christmas Party for same. Fortnightly meetings in the village Leisure Centre for socialising for same

WIRED Adult & Young Carers Service

Wired Young Carers Service support children and young people aged 18 or under who cares for a family member with an illness, disability, mental health difficulties or addiction, by carrying out caring tasks and assuming a level of responsibility for another person, which would normally be taken by an adult.
We offer support in a number of different ways, including one to one emotional support, advocacy and several drop-ins around the Warrington area.
We also provide trips and activities for Young Carers to get involved in as this gives them a break from their caring role, a chance to meet other Young Carers and have access to peer support as well as an opportunity to speak with a Young Carers Support Worker.

Wirral & Cheshire Badger Group

The Wirral and Cheshire Badger Group is a registered charity which is dedicated to the conservation and protection of the Badger (Meles meles), working in Wirral and Cheshire to raise awareness and provide information and education about badgers and the threats to them and their habitat. We are a voluntary organisation which is funded by donations and by our members.

Woolston Brook School (Formerly Grappenhall Hall School)

Welcome to Woolston Brook School (formerly Grappenhall Hall School). We moved into our refurbished site in September 2015 and have worked alongside the builders as they have completed the work (it is almost completed). It is a bright, vibrant building where the staff and pupils work together to ensure that it is astounding.
We are a small school of up to 72 boys and girls, 56 in the secondary department and 16 in the primary department (known as the Cardell Centre). To help the pupils make progress they are taught in small classes (usually no more than 10) with both a teacher and a teaching assistant. We believe it is very important that pupils are ready to learn an as a result we start every day with a nurture session and have a pastoral team that will help keep pupils on track throughout the day.

Yolo Jo's Charity

We are an independent charity that supports people with terminal cancer. We aim to help people forget about their cancer, even just for a few precious hours, offering bucket list experiences.
Help us! Make your donations today.

Young Enterprise

We work directly with young people, teachers, parents, businesses and influencers to help build a successful and sustainable future for all young people and society at large.
Through our hands-on employability, enterprise and financial education programmes, resources and teacher training, we aim to reduce youth unemployment, help young people realise their potential beyond education and empower a generation to learn, to work and to live.


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The Gateway, 89 Sankey Street, Warrington, WA1 1SR Tel: 01925 246880
Registered in England & Wales as a Registered Charity 1129343
and as Company Limited by Guarantee No:6805818

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