Laptops and Computers
If you don’t have your own computer, or other device to access the computer, or you struggle to use one, we have some home computers to give out to people who would benefit from them. We also have laptops and a portable router we can take to social groups, or public…
Funding from Haworth, Cross Roads and Stanbury Council will be used to purchase 6 refurbished laptops for use at two new CLICKs sites in Haworth and Stanbury. Some people are unable to get online due to lack of internet access and not being able to afford their own equipment. Our mobile…
We have been given 10 desktop computers by Leeds University for the project. One has already gone to a new home where it will be used by the owner who has learned how to keep in touch with her daughter in Australia via Skype.
Events and activities
We have a new ‘What’s On’ section which we will be adding to over the next few weeks. If you want help to add any of your activities, events or have opportunities for informal volunteering, please get in touch.
Keighley Stroke Group
Keighley Stroke Group are a friendly group for people who have had a stroke and their carers to get together and enjoy different activities. They meet at Sight Airedale on Scott Street every Wednesday 10.30- 1.30pm and are keen for new members to join them. For more information, contact Anne…
Funding for CLICKs Group
Keighley Town Council have kindly donated £240 so that our lovely volunteer helpers and participants at CLICKs (Computer Links in Communities Keighley) can have refreshments during the sessions! Big thanks goes to our other supporters, all at The Sue Belcher Centre who are giving us use of their room and facilities, …
Junior craft-tea corner
New for the Sue Belcher centre is a junior version of the Craft-tea corner. Children are welcome to come along with parents or grandparents in the school holidays on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Watch for a new group page appearing soon!
Ilkley Open House meets on Friday mornings at the Winter Gardens, directly opposite the train station. It is a beautiful venue with a sprung floor, seating and coffee area. Pam James tells us that there is plenty of space for dancing, stalls, or all types of activity that can take place at the…
If you are interested in having/ sharing an allotment or to attend a group where people can share seeds, plants and produce, we are currently putting together some new groups. We have been made aware of land we can use; we just need to gather interested parties together!
Older residents of Bracken Bank have expressed an interest in learning how to keep in contact and maintain independence using the internet and we would like to help them learn. The Sue Belcher Centre has kindly offered a free meeting space, which is wonderful! Does anyone have, or know of anyone, who…