|Organisation Description||Categories of Work||Where Do They Work?||Who Do They Work With?|
|UNITED HOMEWORK CLUB||
To support Children's homework after school and week-ends
|Children &Young People, Education & The Arts||Greater Manchester, Rumworth||Families / single parents, Children (0 -12), Refugees and asylum seekers, Women, Men, Young people (aged 13-25)|
|Urban Outreach Bolton||
Urban Outreach Bolton provides a range of support services for homeless people, women involved in prostitution, ex offenders, young people and runaways.
|Health and Emotional Wellbeing, Housing||Central and Great Lever||Faith communities, Looked after children, Offenders / ex-offenders, Unemployed people, Homeless people, Women, Young people (aged 13-25)|
Uth Reach runs a youth club several evenings a week from 7 to 9pm, with activities such as pool, table tennis and computer games. They attract a large number of children and young people from a wide range of backgrounds and faiths. Their aim is to help offer children and young people a better life and upbringing and to prevent them hanging around on the streets.
|Health and Emotional Wellbeing, Children &Young People, Education & The Arts||Halliwell & Crompton||Children (0 -12), Young people (aged 13-25)|
Bolton Volunteer Centre aims to change people's lives through volunteering.
|Social Inclusion||, Greater Manchester, , Central and Great Lever||All|
|Vishwa Hindu Parishad||
VHP is a religious and socio-cultural establishment that welcomes people from all faiths. We hold religious, cultural and social events for the Hindu community, involving the old and young alike. The temple is open daily from 9am-12pm and 6:30pm-8pm and on days when events are held, opening times are extended.
|Religion, Social Inclusion, Health and Emotional Wellbeing||Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads||Faith communities, BME|
|Voluntary & Community Action Trafford||
We are Trafford's Local Development Agency and our role is to help voluntary and community groups and local charities in their development. We offer suport with governance, funding, training and partnerships.
|, Social Inclusion||Greater Manchester||All|
|Water Adventure Centre||
WAC is a vibrant youth project beside the Ashton Canal in Droylsden, and also runs an exciting detached youth provision from Chorlton Water Park. Youth work alongside canoes and water promotes broad social, educational and recreational objectives, focusing on developing confidence and self-esteem, awareness of self, others and the environment, and communication and collaborative working. Young people aged 8 to 19 can join the youth clubs, whereas groups of all ages can make bookings for canoeing sessions.
|Physical Activity, Education & The Arts||Halliwell & Crompton||Looked after children, Offenders / ex-offenders, People with learning disabilities, Disabled people, BME, Refugees and asylum seekers, People with mental health issues, Women, Young people (aged 13-25)|
WAVE offers a range of outdoor activities and sport to all, especially focusing on deprived communities to encourage regular participation in health activities.
|Physical Activity||Halliwell & Crompton||All, Older people|
|Weekenders Drop In||
Weekenders aims to provide a safe environment, activities, learning opportunities, and a social outlet for people experiencing mental health issues, especially at weekends which can be the worst time of week for some people.
|Health and Emotional Wellbeing, Education & The Arts||Central and Great Lever|
|Westhoughton Active Communities Organisation WACO||
WACO is an organisation campaigning for a community centre for all Westhoughton It also aims to develop a partnership with all community groups in the area.
|Social Inclusion, Education & The Arts||, Westhoughton||All|
|Westhoughton Age Support Project||
Social and interactive events for senior citizens at John Holt Centre, Westhoughton. Every monday drop in 13.00 - 16.00 and every thursday BINGO 18.30 - 21.00 Coach outings are arranged every so often.
|Social Inclusion, Ageing Well||Westhoughton||Older people|
|Westhoughton Local History Group||
Meetings are held on the first and third Thursday of each month at the Westhoughton Library (first floor) from 10.00 am to 12 noon.
The aim is to stimulate public interest in heritage, to provide an arena for the public to study the social and industrial of the area, to secure, preserve and develop their heritage and also to encourage appropriate use of the countryside in the area as part of the heritage framework and to develop a sense of community in the area.
The programme includes speakers and trips to places of interest.
|Education & The Arts||Westhoughton||Carers, Disabled people, Older people, Women, Men|
|Westhoughton Sub Aqua Club (WSAC)||
Westhoughton Sub Aqua Club is a branch of the British Sub Aqua Club. We meet weekly on Thursday nights at Westhoughton Community Leisure Centre at 8pm. We train people of all ages to snorkel and scuba dive.
|Physical Activity||, Westhoughton||All|
World famous Wingates band, a self funded band based in Westhoughton, Bolton. The Band meet on a Tuesday and Thursday. www.wingatesbrassband.co.uk
|Education & The Arts||Horwich & Blackrod, Westhoughton||Faith communities, Service and ex-service people, Older people, Young people (aged 13-25)|
|Wingates Tenants & Residents Association||
Tenants & Residents Group holding about 6 meetings a year. Helping to develop a community spirit in Wingates by providing outings and Christmas activities.
|Housing||, Horwich & Blackrod, Westhoughton||Tenants and residents, Older people|
|Wipe Your Tears Children's Charity||
Wipe Your Tears helps and support serious and terminally ill children and their families. Children involved in domestic violence and those invovled in serious sexual abuses aged 8 and under.
|Health and Emotional Wellbeing||, Central and Great Lever||Families / single parents, Children (0 -12)|
WISP in Bolton supports refugee and asylum seeking women by providing orientation, signposting, ESOL classes and information sessions and activities - recreational and skill based. It is a friendly environment and a place for people to make new friends and meet new people. The project aims to provide women with skills for life and access to local services. WISP is free for women to attend and can help with travel costs.
|Social Inclusion, Education & The Arts||, Central and Great Lever||Refugees and asylum seekers, Women|
|Women of Westhoughton||
Local group of the National Association of Women’s Clubs (reg. Charity 273397) started in May 2013. An opportunity for all women from in and around Westhoughton to meet up, make new friends and learn new stills during our craft sessions and demos. We invite a variety of speakers – many from local charities and organisations and organise outings to local theatres, restaurants and places of interest. All women welcome, meet at Hope Community Centre each Thursday 7:30pm.
|Health and Emotional Wellbeing, Education & The Arts||Westhoughton||Women|
|Women's Federation for World Peace||
The Women’s Fed is an organisation driven by maternal love which adheres to the principle that women working together, taking initiative and empowering one another across the traditional lines of race, culture and religion to create healthy families , are resolving the complex problems of the world. Members meet every first Wednesday of the month from 6-7:30pm at the Christine Partington House. Membership is open to women aged between 18 to 38 years.
|Health and Emotional Wellbeing, Education & The Arts||Rumworth||All|
Working Potential is an Ambition for Ageing Project in Bolton in partnership with GMCVO funded by the Big Lottery Fund & delivered by Bolton at Home.
|Ageing Well, Health and Emotional Wellbeing||Breightmet & Little Lever, Halliwell & Crompton||Carers, Older people|
Worktown Arts is a non-profit making visual arts collective of professional and semi professional artists & crafts people drawn from Bolton and surrounding areas. Originally formed in 1997, the group was reconstituted in 2015 after a dormant period of approximately 15 years. Worktowns objective is to advance the interests of its members through collective marketing, including organising exhibitions and events. The collective is also committed to supporting and promoting the visual arts in the local community.
|, Education & The Arts||, Chorley Roads||All|
|Wright Place Lunch & Leisure Club||
The Wright place lunch & leisure club is an activity of Horwich Evangelical Church, which aims to provide a warm meal and social activity to releive lonliness, most of our members live on their own. We meet every week on a Monday at 12.00 unless stated, membership is free an economical charge is made, admission is membership only.
|Ageing Well, Health and Emotional Wellbeing||Horwich & Blackrod||Older people|
|Young at Heart||
Social group for elderly people.
|Ageing Well, Health and Emotional Wellbeing||Rumworth||Older people|
|Young Onset Group Associates||
The aim of our group is to provide a service that will benefit younger people with dementia, and their carers in the Bolton area and to explore funding opportunites to enable the Association to undertake social activities for companionship, stimulation and mutual support. We meet on the last Thursday of every month. Membership is open to all under the age of sixty-five.
|Health and Emotional Wellbeing, Children &Young People||Breightmet & Little Lever, Halliwell & Crompton||Carers, People with mental health issues, Women, Men|
|Your Travel Shop Cricket Club||
Cricket club playing in the Bolton Metropolitan Cricket League.
|Physical Activity||Rumworth||BME, Men, Young people (aged 13-25)|