|Organisation Description||Categories of Work||Where Do They Work?||Who Do They Work With?|
Heartlift is a registered charity based in Breightmet, working across the borough with young people and their families. We provide tailor made packages of support for young people whom are referred to us via different professional agencies and have with a variety of social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. They also provide holiday activities and weekend provision for young people with disabilities. They work with young people in the NEET category and provide confidence building programmes.
|Education and research||Bolton, Breightmet||Children (0 -12), Faith communities, Looked after children, Offenders / ex-offenders, People with learning disabilities, People with mental health issues, Alcohol & substance misusers, Unemployed people, Young people (aged 13-25)|
|Hibbert Community Regeneration Agency||
A community centre based in the heart of deprived ward. Activities include training courses, outreach, arts progects, trips and capacity building for smaller community groups.
|Arts, culture, sport and recreation, Supporting Voluntary and community organisations||Greater Manchester, Bolton, Crompton, Great Lever, Halliwell, Rumworth||BME, Families / single parents, People with learning disabilities, Refugees and asylum seekers, Unemployed people, Women, Young people (aged 13-25)|
|High Street Peabody Street Residents Group||
Residents group focussing on trips, community cohesion and community safety by:
|Economic, social and community development||Bolton, Great Lever||Children (0 -12), Families / single parents, Tenants and residents, Young people (aged 13-25)|
|Highfield Hall Community Association||
Highfield Hall is a community centre which provides rooms for hire. At present we hire to a nursery, art group, karate, weightwatchers etc as well as for priviate functions.
|Supporting Voluntary and community organisations||North West, Greater Manchester, Bolton||All|
|Hindi Bhasha Samiti||
This group organises poetry regularly.
|Arts, culture, sport and recreation||Bolton||BME, Faith communities, Older people, Young people (aged 13-25)|
|Home Instead Senior Care|
|Horwich Boxing Club||
Boxing club open to all ages. Run Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
|Arts, culture, sport and recreation||Bolton, Horwich & Blackrod, Horwich North East||All|
|Horwich Breakaway Club||
We meet weekly on Thursday evening 7.30 - 9.15pm. Social Club for people with Learning Difficulties.
|Economic, social and community development||Horwich & Blackrod||Disabled people, People with learning disabilities|
|Horwich Christian Fellowship||Religion||International, Horwich & Blackrod||All, Children (0 -12), Disabled people, Families / single parents, Homeless people, Looked after children, Men, Older people, Alcohol & substance misusers, Tenants and residents, Unemployed people, Victims / survivors of crime, Women, Young people (aged 13-25)|
|Horwich Drop In||
Horwich Drop In meets on Mondays from 10am until 3pm. No referrals are needed to attend, so anyone who experiences life and/or mental health problems is welcome. The drop in is run in a very informal manner in a spacious, well equipped building. For a couple of quid we provide fantastic food made in our new kitchens and will cater for all diets. There are other people to get to know and things to do. Day trips and links to further recreational activities are provided, usually for a nominal fee or free if possible. In house activities include a writing group, a painting and drawing group, indoor games like pool and carpet bowls, table top games and quizzes. Bingo is banned!
|Health||Horwich & Blackrod, Horwich North East||People with mental health issues|
|Horwich Tuesday Club||
lUNCH CLUB FOR OLDER PEOPLE/PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
|Ageing Well, Health, Social services, Social Inclusion||Horwich & Blackrod||Disabled people, Older people, People with learning disabilities, People with mental health issues|
|Horwich Visiting Service||
Horwich Visiting service is a well established and respected local Voluntary Befriending Service which serves the Community of Horwich.
|Ageing Well, Social services, Social Inclusion||Horwich & Blackrod||All, Men, Older people, Women|
|Houghton Grove Luncheon Club||
Hot lunch provided each Wednesday at 12.30 pm and we play dominoes and Bingo monthly.
|Supporting Voluntary and community organisations||Westhoughton South||Men, Older people, Women|
|Hulton Lane Community Centre||
We provide activities and outings for elderly residents and members of the local community.
|Arts, culture, sport and recreation||Hulton||Disabled people, Men, Older people, Tenants and residents, Women|
|Hulton Lane Social Centre Association||
Support, promote and development of the centre and encourage healthy activity by members and have in use as much as possible.
|Arts, culture, sport and recreation||Rumworth||Men, Older people, Tenants and residents, Women|
|I am Youth||
I Am youth is for 11 - 18 year olds. We meet every Friday night:
|Arts, culture, sport and recreation||Tonge with the Haulgh||Young people (aged 13-25)|
|Ingeus Ltd UK|
|JIGSAW - Bolton Stroke Group||
Jigsaw is a self-help group, to help stroke survivors and their carers adjust to life after a stroke.
|Health||Bolton||Carers, Disabled people, Men, Older people, People with mental health issues, Unemployed people, Women|
|Johnson Fold Community Action Group||Arts, culture, sport and recreation, Employment and training, Housing||North West, Greater Manchester, Breightmet, Horwich & Blackrod, Smithills||All, LGBTQ+, Older people, People with learning disabilities, Tenants and residents, Unemployed people, Women, Young people (aged 13-25)|
|Johnson Fold Youth and Community Support Group||
We meet at Johnson Fold Community school on Worston Avenue
|Economic, social and community development, Arts, culture, sport and recreation||Smithills||Children (0 -12), Young people (aged 13-25)|
|Justicia, Bolton's Fair Trade Shop||
Justicia is to put people before profit, and to give an opportunity for producers to work their way out of poverty. We are a member of teh British Association of the Trade Shops( BAFTS).
|Kearsley Mount Methodist Ladies Circle||
Approximately 17 members meeting Monday evenings (most weeks, except for certain times; for example: bad weather). January and June to September speakers covering various subjects such as films or holidays taken by some members, musical evenings, parties for 80th birthdays and dinners at members expense. Most members elderly, some disabled.
|Arts, culture, sport and recreation||Kearsley||Older people, Women|
We deliver a unique and powerful behaviour change intervention programme addressing violence and the crime cycle. This programme is currently delivered in HMP Forest Bank Prison to males from the Bolton area. We continue offering support in the community when they are released. We also deliver the programme to year 7 pupils in a school in Bolton. We are also in the process of setting up a mentoring scheme in Bolton using volunteers.
|Supporting Voluntary and community organisations||Bolton, Breightmet, Great Lever, Tonge with the Haulgh||BME, Homeless people, Men, Offenders / ex-offenders, People with mental health issues, Alcohol & substance misusers, Unemployed people, Victims / survivors of crime, Young people (aged 13-25)|
|Kingdom Fellowship||Arts, culture, sport and recreation, Supporting Voluntary and community organisations||Crompton||BME, Families / single parents, Women|
|Krimmz Girls Youth Group||
To further provisions and resources for young girls, in particular from ethnic minority backgrounds residing in Bolton - through a youth club setting.
|Education and research||Rumworth||Children (0 -12), Young people (aged 13-25)|