Community Directory

Community Directory

Organisation Name Description
King's Tots

Why ‘One Life’? Because we believe that God is interested in the whole of life: family, work, hobbies and so on. Being a follower of Jesus isn’t a compartment part of our lives – it flows through the whole of life. As a Missional Community our focus is the Westbrook area. We eat together, explore the bible together, reach out to those around us together, pray together and have fun together on a regular basis.

King’s Tots
As a part of our mission we also host two ‘King’s Tots’ parent and toddler groups at the following times:

Kingswood Community Centre, Kingswood, Tuesdays 10 – 11.30am
King’s Community Centre, Great Sankey, Fridays 10 – 11.30am

For more information, please contact Darren & Jacky Johnson via the website.

Knowing Doing Being
Latchford Albion Giants ARLFC

Where rugby league begins, develops, and endures. There are teams and fixtures for all ages, starting as young as 4! If your son or daughter is interested in playing rugby, visit the website, or get in touch via our Facebook page:

Latchford's Community Hub

A Community centre run entirely by a community partnership formed by the church, residents and councillors to save a derelict church building. The organisation became a charity in 2004 and has gone from strength to strength. We now hold a community café, good relations with education through the local colleges, Warrington Credit Union and room hire for all groups in the community. A thriving community centre in the heart of Latchford.

Leonard Cheshire Disability NW Supported Living Services

At Leonard Cheshire Disability, we work for a society in which every person is equally valued. We believe that disabled people should have the freedom to live their lives the way they choose - with the opportunity and support to live independently, to contribute economically, and to participate fully in society. Leonard Cheshire Disability supports thousands of disabled people both in the UK and in more than 50 other countries. We help people with physical impairments, learning difficulties and long-term health conditions, as well as their carers, friends and families. The needs and aspirations of disabled people are at the heart of what we do. By providing services and helping everyone to understand disability and combat discrimination, we aim to remove the barriers that can stop people with disabilities from pursuing their goals and living their lives to the full.

Lets Dance

Street / Salsa - no certificates or exams - just fun
4-11 years. Wednesday’s in term-time only.
6.00pm - 7.00pm street/disco for ages 4 - 7 years
7.00pm - 8.00pm street/disco for ages 7 - 11 years

Life After Loss Support Group

Life After Loss is here to help anyone affected by the loss of a baby. We provide support and information to those who have been through the death of a baby at any stage of pregnancy, or early in life, for any reason.
Our headquarters is in Northern Ireland, and many of our events and activities are also held in Northern Ireland. However we do carry out a substantial amount of work with Warrington Hospital, and are always looking for ways to expand our support network throughout the UK. Indeed, the support forum has given support to members from all across the UK and Worldwide.
The organisation was founded in 2006, starting life as an online support forum for bereaved families. The forum is still an integral part of what we do, and is available 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week for grieving parents to read and post messages, giving and receiving support.
In 2007, Life After Loss was granted Charitable Status by HMRC. We intend to also become approved by the newly formed Charity Commission for Northern Ireland as soon as they are accepting applications.
We believe that by offering support and friendship to each other, parents whose lives have been devastated by the loss of a baby can begin to heal and to pick up the pieces of their broken lives. Life may never be the same, but slowly it can be rebuilt, eventually you can learn to smile again.
Meeting: First Wednesday of each month, Warrington Hospital, 7.30pm


LifeTime is independent, not-for-profit and free to join. Our day-to-day activities are managed by Warrington Home Improvement and Information Agency (WHiA) and we are funded by Warrington Housing Association.
We are open and free to join for every Warrington resident over the age of 50.
LifeTime was officially launched, under the banner of Warrington Housing Association, in June 2013 following the complete makeover of the centre next to the Gateway in Warrington town centre. The centre is the heart of the LifeTime network and the building was been transformed to include a new function room, craft room and new showering facilities. A café area has been formed in the centre with a contemporary new kitchen, redecoration and introduction of new furniture throughout.
The centre opened its doors to the public shortly after launch and membership has risen quickly since then, surpassing all expectations. The centre is open Monday to Friday for casual drop-ins, information, computer suite and a wide programme of affordable activities and classes. Trips and social activities are extremely popular and well attended by members, enhancing their social life and keeping them connected. Such has been the success of certain activities that LifeTime has branched out into other locations across the town.
LifeTime offers support for other voluntary groups providing services to older people to get support and connect who use the centre for resources, meetings and discussion.
Through our work we engage with partners and where they offer complementary services they use the centre for drop-in, information sessions and provision of their information to members.
Volunteers are key to the success of LifeTime. Our volunteers are supported with training, supervision and resources and their voice is heard through the volunteer forum and regular meetings.

Lions Club International Woolston Branch

Warrington Lions Club was formed in 1968 and has served its community with great distinction since that time. The club have 24 members and have service projects throughout the year. Christmas is especially busy when they bring out a spectacular Santa Sleigh onto the streets of Warrington. Many thousands of pounds are raised all of which goes to needy causes.

The club is always on the look out for new members, both men and women. So if you have a few hours to spare and would like to offer your time and skills to those less fortunate than yourself then the Lions Club is for you.

Little Learners Pre-schools

Little Learners was established in 2013 as the umbrella company for Old Hall Pre-School and Callands Pre-School.

Old Hall Pre-School has been running successfully for over 15 years and due to high demand for our service we took the opportunity to extend in the Callands area in order to serve a wider community.

Both pre-schools provide high quality care and education for children between the ages of 2 years until 4 years 11 months; and from 4 years 11 months to 11 years when attending our Breakfast Club at our Old Hall site. We are in receipt of Free Early Years Entitlement for two, three and four year old's.

Little Links Connect Club - Bewsey Lodge Primary School

Welcome to Little Links Connect Club. We are pleased to provide an out of school childcare link for parents of children attending Bewsey Lodge Primary School. We aim to deliver a high class professional service to ensure each child is kept safe, secure and happy while attending the club. We will provide an enabling environment to support every child’s learning and development through play and planned activities. Our resources will be rotated every day. Staff will respect children’s choices with child led play being foremost to adult led activities.
For children up to the age of 5 years the club has a legal responsibility to complement the learning and development requirements of the EYFS in line with schools planning, and must meet the welfare regulations of the statutory framework of the EYFS.
The daily routine of the breakfast session will be: parents to enter the premises with their child to sign them in, breakfast – a range of healthy breakfast options together with a drink. Several play resources will be available for children to play before being accompanied by a staff member to their classroom at 8.50am.
After school sessions will be: Foundation and KS1 children being collected from their classrooms by a staff member to bring them into the club via the internal corridor in school. KS2 children are allowed to make their own way in via this corridor. Children sign themselves in, etc, indoor and outdoor activities, toilet, hand-washing, and then a light snack at 4.15pm will be offered together with a drink of juice or water. Fresh drinking water is available for children to help themselves to.
Parents must enter the premises to collect and sign out their child before

Live At Ease

Live At-Ease is a unique programme dedicated to supporting ex-service personnel and their families across the north west of England. Whether you left yesterday or thirty years ago, Live At-Ease Caseworkers provide practical, one-to-one support to deal with issues that come from spending time in the armed forces.

LiveWire Warrington CIC

From May 2012 Leisure, Libraries and Lifestyles services transferred from Warrington Borough Council and merged into a Community Interest Company (CIC). As LiveWire is a CIC, any profit generated is reinvested back into developing and improving its facilities and services for the community to utilise. LiveWire strives to promote a healthy lifestyle, increased participation in activities whilst encouraging reading and learning through the use of free access to books, IT suites and the internet

Locking Stumps Pre-School

Situated in The Village Room, within Locking Stumps Community School, Glover Road, Birchwood.
Children aged 2 to 4 years are welcomed. We offer a wide curriculum based on the Early Years Foundation Stage which continues through reception class. Activities are planned which are fun for children and are based on 'learning through play'. We offer a safe and secure environment and offer an extensive outdoor area.
All our staff are fully qualified.

Longford Neighbourhood Services Centre

We operate in an area of high deprivation and aim for total social inclusion. We aim to advance education and to provide facilities in the interest of social welfare, for recreation and for leisure time occupation. We also run a cafe.

LRK Cultural Centre

The LRKCC caters for the needs of local people in Warrington, sharing their Indian heritage and culture with the wider community. They provide an opportunity for people to meet others and socialise. They help to address loneliness and isolation for our older community and actively encourage intergenerational activities, through music, dance, food and learning.

LRKCC is in the centre of Warrington, many of the local residents join in their celebration events and children attend through their school to learn about Indian culture and heritage. The Centre delivers all their activities through the help of volunteers and members.

Lymm Festival

The first Lymm Festival took place in 1999. It has grown over the years, until it now lasts for eleven days and can involve 50 or more events, and it is as true to its original aims as it was when it started. Drawing on a huge amount of local talent and willing participants, the Festival celebrates the visual and performance arts and, increasingly, includes activities designed to encourage involvement with the natural environment. The Festival has also been host to many visitors over the years who have performed or originated events in order to broaden the programme.

Lymm Folk Club

Regular singers nights and folk music events. Thursdays 8.30pm

Lymm Information & Heritage Centre Assocation

Lymm IHC working group now has 13 active members as well as many more supporters. The individuals have a broad range of skills with expertise and experience in grant application, archiving and research, and education. We are also working toward having formal involvement from the Local History Society and Environment & Heritage Group.
We have also started to consult with other more established groups such as other Cheshire Museums to start the process of learning about the task in front of us.

Lymm Piranhas Junior Football Club

Founded in 2002, the club was awarded FA Charter Standard in 2009. It has grown each year since formation and currently has over 260 players spread across 23 teams, covering 10 different age groups, from under 6 through to under 18. We offer football for both boys and girls and have had many mixed teams over the years. Lymm Piranhas is a grass roots football club that celebrates all footballing ability and strives to make every player the best they can be.
We are run entirely by volunteers and this is integral to our philosophy. We are committed to long term player development, which runs in parallel to supporting parents in becoming FA qualified coaches. We believe this combination provides the best way to generate a fun, positive environment for nurturing talent whilst facilitating strong links with our community.

Lymm Twin Town Society

LYMM has been twinned with MEUNG-SUR-LOIRE for over 40 years. Meung is a delightful small town about 10 miles west of Orléans in the Loire valley, an hour south of Paris. The Society organises various social events throughout the year to raise funds to help entertain our French visitors every other year.

Lymm Wellness And Mental Fitness
Lymm Youth and Community Association

To help and educate young people through their leisure time activities so as to develop their mental and spiritual capacities that they grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society and that their conditions of life may be improved and to promote for the benefit of the inhabitants of Lymm and the surrounding area the provision of facilities for recreation or other leisure time occupation of individuals who have the need of such facilities by reason of their youth, age, infirmity or disablement, financial hardship or social and economic circumstances or for the public at large in the interests of social welfare and with the objects of improving the conditions of life of the said inhabitants.

Macular Society Warrington Support Group

A local self-help support group run by people with macular disease for people with macular disease. The group meets on the second Wednesday of each month from 1.30pm to 3.30pm and offers practical and emotional support.


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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