Find Groups and Community Activities

Organisation Description Where The Organisation is Based? Who Does the Organisation Work With? What Theme Best Describes the Organisation?
58th (Christ Church) Walmsley Guides

A range of activities for children aged 5 and above: beavers, scouts, guides, rainbows etc.

Turton Children (0 -12), Young people (aged 13-25) Children &Young People
Academy Juniors FC

Academy Juniors is the biggest and best girls football club in Bolton. With 150 girls aged 5-18, we have plenty of opportunities for coaches of all levels.

Turton Children (0 -12) Physical Activity, Children &Young People
Astley Bridge Baptist Church

Our church is available for suitab le activ ities as we have two rooms available for hire. We also have a pre-school playgroup, yoga group, and slimming world group. Sunday service 11.00 am

Turton All Religion
Astley Bridge Park Bowling Club

A recreational and social club for bowling and other sports and pastimes, played in the spirit of good sportsmanship, fellowship and companionship.
To provide an environment that will benefit all members of the community,
and to give the opportunity to maintain and improve the outlook and health of all who care to be members of The Club. To provide facilities for the Community of Bolton and surrounding areas and to provide and maintain facilities so that non-members can enjoy them and be encouraged to join The Club.
To explore funding and sponsorship opportunities to enable The Club to be fully self-financing so that maintenance and improvement of existing facilities can be continued.
To work alongside other agencies to provide recreational and social club facilities.

Turton All Social Inclusion, Physical Activity
Bank Top United Reformed Church

We provide religious services, girls' uniformed organisations (Rainbows, Brownies and Guides), toddler groups, and lace and craft groups.

Turton All Religion, Social Inclusion, Education & The Arts
Beest Explorers

To improve the social, physical and spiritual wellbeongof members through participation in a balanced programme of activities.

Turton Young people (aged 13-25) , Physical Activity, Education & The Arts

Building a brighter future for children with special needs

Turton Looked after children, People with learning disabilities, Children (0 -12), Disabled people, Young people (aged 13-25) , Education & The Arts
Bolton International Writing Project

BIWP provides creative writing opportunities for people whose first language is not English. It extends and interprets that writing through translation, publication and other art forms.

Turton All Education & The Arts
Bolton Male Voice Choir

Bolton Male Voice Choir is an organisation for men of any age who enjoy singing and who work together to promote, improve, develop and maintain public appreciation of the rich musical culture of male voice choir music. We accept all abiliites and talents and through rehearsals and performances we provide opportunities for developing the musical education of members and our audience. Much of our work is for charities and churches. We are largely self-supporting through members' subscriptions, and we supplement these funds through modest concert fees if appropriate. Everyone is encouraged to sing as it is a healthy activity.
We meet each Wednesday evening from 7.15 to 9.30pm.

Turton Men Education & The Arts
Bolton Neuro Voices

BNV is an umbrella group for neurological groups in Bolton and also offers individual membership to people with neurological conditions who have no local support group. We monitor the neuro services provided in Bolton and try to ensure that users and carers have a voice. We are currently also organising hydrotherapy sessions for our members at Bolton One Leisure Centre.

Turton Carers, Disabled people Health and Emotional Wellbeing
Bolton Together

Bolton Together is a Consortium of voluntary, community and other charitable organisations in Bolton, who support children, young people and families. Organisations can either join as Associate Members, to share information and ideas, or as Full Members to be involved with joint-working and collaborative bids. Through working together, Bolton Togethers’ members aim to make the most efficient use of every Bolton pound, and attract new external funding for the benefit of the children, young people and families in our town.

Turton Families / single parents, Looked after children, People with learning disabilities, Victims / survivors of crime, Carers, Children (0 -12), Disabled people, People with mental health issues, Young people (aged 13-25) Children &Young People
Bradshaw Hall Fisheries

Bradshaw Hall Fisheries is a commercial coarse-fishery with the aim of promoting the benefits of angling as a peaceful and relaxing sport. There are eight lakes, all of historical importance. The present day lakes have been improved and developed into a first class leisure facility. The current owners took over operation of the site as a fishery in the year 2000, which has since seen all coarse-fishing requirements catered for, from the beginner to the specimen hunter.

Turton All Physical Activity, Education & The Arts, Animals & The Environment
Caring Cricket Club

Coaching disabled and disadvantaged children in cricket at the Astley Bridge Cricket Club.

Halliwell & Crompton, Turton People with learning disabilities, Children (0 -12), Disabled people, BME Social Inclusion, Physical Activity
Eagley Cricket Club Turton All Physical Activity
FC Sharples

FC Sharples provides Grssroots football for boys and girls boroughwide of Bolton. For children in year 2 and year 6, school year 2009/10. Pefect for if your child wants to learn football skills from level 2 coaches.

Turton Children (0 -12) Physical Activity, Children &Young People
FUSE Crafters

FUSE Crafters focuses passing on creative skills across generations, cultures and genders. The group is based in Bolton (Harwood) and will organise crafts fairs, public workshops, crafts events and meetings within the community.

Turton All Social Inclusion, Education & The Arts
Sharples Wrestling Club

On Tuesday, Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings wrestling coaching for children of all ages and abilities. Also enter competitions and promote the sport in local schools and hold summer holiday activities.

Turton Children (0 -12), Disabled people, Young people (aged 13-25) Physical Activity, Children &Young People
South East Lancashire Orienteering Club

The aim of the club is to encourage and prmote the further development of the sport of orienteering in its widest possible sense. As a recreational pastime as well as a colmpetitive sport in SE Lancashire (Bury, Bolton, Wigan, Rochdale, Oldham). This is done by running events and training and development sessions, particularly for youngsters. Club training is 6.30 pm Monday.

, Turton All Physical Activity, Children &Young People