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1 Samaritans Southport and District Union Street PR9 0QE
Samaritans offers 24 hour confidential emotional support to anyone in emotional distress. Samaritans believes that offering people the opportunity to be listened to in confidence and accepted without prejudice can alleviate despair and suicidal feelings. In offering this service we hope to achieve our vision of a society where fewer people die by suicide. It is the aim of Samaritans to make emotional health a mainstream issue.
32 Union Street
PR9 0QE Southport, Merseyside
01704 538 038
Adapted Toilet/s
Wheelchair Access
2 Sanctuary Housing Association Liverpool Marybone House L3 2BY
Sanctuary Housing manages over 2,500 properties in the North West including Liverpool. Our homes include accommodation for families, single, older people, leasehold, sheltered housing and shared ownership properties. We aim to provide good quality homes that meet the needs of the diverse communities in which we work. Over the coming years we have a planned reinvestment programme which will ensure that the properties are improved to the high standard expected within Sanctuary. We recognise that we are in a position to play a key role in helping to develop successful and sustainable communities.
Cosmopolitan House, 2 Marybone
L3 2BY Liverpool
0800 131 3348 or 0300 123 3511
3 Sandbox Digital St Mary's Complex L20 4AP
Sandbox Digital is a Liverpool based Digital media company that specialises in working with voluntary organisations, community organisations, faith organisations, social enterprises and new businesses. We know that there is often a conflict between wanting a strong online presence and finding the time and money to dedicate to it while trying to run a business. Sandbox works with you to get your message out across the digital world without draining your time or your purse.
Waverley Street
L20 4AP Bootle, Liverpool
0151 922 9483
4 Sandford Pre-School Sandford Pre-School L23 6TF
Sandford Pre School in Blundellsands has been operating since 1966 and is run by a charitable organisation. It serves families within the local district and surrounding areas. The provision at Sandford caters for children aged from two and half years to five years and operates Monday to Friday from 9am to 3pm during term time only. The facilities are self contained. There is one large playroom with adjoining kitchen and toilet facilities. Here at Sandford there is a well resourced woodland outdoor learning environment.
14 Blundellsands Road West
L23 6TF Blundellsands, Merseyside
07761 241 064
5 Sandgrounder Radio (Southport Radio) Sandgrounder Radio (Southport Radio) - Headquarters PW8
Sandgrounder Radio is a brand new and exciting radio station for Southport. We’ll be broadcasting to England’s Classic Resort on FM during the run up to the Christmas period, before, during and after Southport’s big Christmas lights switch on. Sandgrounder Radio is run by a team of dedicated local professionals with a passion for making great local radio for ‘Sandgrounders alike’. We’ll be broadcasting from within Wayfarers Arcade right in the heart of Southport during one of the town’s busiest shopping periods. Sandgrounder Radio is an exciting platform which will broadcast on FM for a number of weeks giving local people, businesses and organisations within the town a platform to shout about who they are and what they have planned on the run up to Christmas. Sandgrounder Radio will be an entertaining, informative, engaging and above all local listen for ‘Sandgrounders’ across the town.
PW8 Southport
6 Sandon Lodge Sandon Lodge L21 4PN
Sandon Lodge offers sheltered accommodation specially designed to meet the needs of older people over the age of 55. The facilities include an onsite scheme manager, emergency pull cord, phone system, a communal lounge, laundry room, communal kitchen and a guest room.
Seaforth Road
L21 4PN Seaforth, Merseyside
01942 608 715
7 SANDS Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society Sands Charity (National Office) SW1V 1RB
SANDS Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society provide support for parents or anyone who has been affected by the loss of a baby at birth or shortly afterwards. We also provide support for anyone who has been affected by the death of a baby. We offer monthly meetings, telephone support and information. We also press for improvements in care during pregnancy and when a baby has died. For your local group please contact us via the Helpline.
Victoria Charity Centre 11 Belgrave Road
SW1V 1RB London
020 7436 7940
8 Sandymount Retreat House Sandymount L23 6TH
Welcome to Sandymount Retreat House. We are a Christian retreat centre run by a team of lay people and supported by the Montfort Missionaries. We are situated north of Liverpool next to the beautiful beach at Crosby. For those who are searching we provide a safe place to discover your spiritual path. For those who are already on a spiritual path we offer a peaceful place to deepen your spiritual life. We also provide a comfortable place for those who just want to relax, reflect and pray.
16 Burbo Bank Road
L23 6TH Blundellsands, Merseyside
0151 924 4850
9 Save the Children Community Shop Save the Children Charity Shop Southport PR8 1ES
Save the Children Community Shop will take your unwanted clothes, books, bric a brac, toys, music and films to help save children’s lives. Whether you are an international fashion house donating an entire collection or an individual donating a single item you can be sure your donation will be treated respectfully, merchandised carefully and priced sensibly. Our business is built on acts of kindness and by giving to us you can be sure you are saving children's lives.
50 Eastbank Street
PR8 1ES Southport, Merseyside
01704 547 353
10 Scarisbrick New Road Baptist Church Southport Scarisbrick New Road Baptist Church PR8 6PU
Welcome to Scarisbrick New Road Baptist Church. We are a community of Christians who live in and around Southport in Merseyside and are seeking to live lives which are faithful to the teachings of Jesus and the Bible. Whether you live in Southport or in the surrounding area you will receive a warm welcome. If you simply want to know more about who Jesus is or if you want to grow in what it means to be a follower of Christ then come and meet us.
Scarisbrick New Road
PR8 6PU Southport, Merseyside
01704 501 673
11 Scope Southport Charity Shop PR9 0BB
Scope exists to make this country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else. We provide support, information and advice to more than a quarter of a million disabled people and their families every year and we raise awareness of the issues that matter.
523 Lord Street
PR9 0BB Southport
0808 800 3333
12 Scope Scope Walton Childrens Centre L9 1NB
Scope exists to make this country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else. We provide support, information and advice to more than a quarter of a million disabled people and their families every year and we raise awareness of the issues that matter.
99 Cavendish Drive Walton
L9 1NB Liverpool
0808 800 3333
13 Scouts, Cubs and Beavers The Scout Association E4 7QW
We are the UK's biggest mixed youth organisation. We change lives by offering 6- to 25-year-olds fun and challenging activities, unique experiences, everyday adventure and the chance to help others so that we make a positive impact in communities. Starting age for Beavers is usually 6, but this will depend upon the Scout Group’s own waiting list policies. Looking ahead, children can join Cubs from around the age of 8 and Scouts from 10 and a half. Explorer Scouting starts at 14 and runs until Scouts are 18. To find your local Scouts Group, click on the Online tab above and click on the link to the main Scouts website. Put in your postcode and your local groups will be displayed.
Gilwell Park Chingford
E4 7QW London
14 Sea Cadets North West Sea Cadets North West L3 4DZ
Whether at sea or on land, the Sea Cadets offers young people across the UK amazing opportunities for personal development - by learning new skills and working in teams - we offer an environment where young people find new confidence and inspiration. Established in 1856 the Sea Cadets was created by communities wanting to give young people instruction on a naval theme. Traditionally old seafarers provided training while local businessmen funded the unit building. Today, 14,000 young people based in 400 units in towns, cities and ports across the UK are challenging themselves and developing new skills, like sailing, boating and rock climbing - supported by 9,000 volunteers.
Naval Regional HQ North England East Brunswick Dock
L3 4DZ Liverpool
020 7654 7000
15 Seaforth Community Shop Seaforth Community Shop L21 3TX
Faith based organisation encouraging the local community to recycle books, clothes and small furniture by donating it to the shop. We then give away free of charge to anyone who can make use. We give a free baby hamper to every new baby born, living in the Seaforth area.
73 Seaforth Road
L21 3TX Seaforth, Merseyside
0783 798 0822
16 Seaforth Residents Action Group Seaforth Residents Action Group L21 1BR
Local residents group within the Seaforth area working on local issues. We are involved in partnership working with other groups and agencies on regeneration initiatives and projects within the Seaforth area for the benefit of the area.
14 Poplar Grove Seaforth
L21 1BR Liverpool
0151 920 1119
17 SEAS (Sefton Emotional Achievement Service) Sefton Council for Voluntary Service (SCVS) L22 0LG
Sefton Emotional Achievement Service (SEAS) is a partnership of local charities who have come together with the aim of helping children, young people and families to aspire and achieve through providing bespoke emotional wellbeing support, delivered at the right time and right place through voluntary sector consortium working. Collectively the SEAS consortium has more than 100 years of experience in delivering services and supporting local people. The service was launched in 2013 through which schools, GP’s, support agencies and individuals can discuss and commission emotional wellbeing support services.
Burlington House, Crosby Road North
L22 0LG Waterloo, Merseyside
0151 920 0726
18 Seeds for Success CIC Seeds for Success CIC - Headquarters
We are a Community Interest Company specialising in community engagement and growth for organisations in the sport and health sectors
07824 096529
19 Sefton & West Lancs Deaf Children's Society The Venus Centre L20 6AD
The Sefton & West Lancashire Deaf Children’s Society (SWLDCS) is a local, voluntary, independent self help charity affiliated to the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS). The SWLDCS is run by parents of deaf children and professionals who work with deaf children to provide information and support to families of deaf children and to the deaf child. Membership is free to deaf children, their parents or carers and professionals working with deaf children We offer support to parents & carers and the deaf children themselves.
215 Linacre Lane Bootle
L20 6AD Liverpool
0151 924 6511/ 0151 474 4744
20 Sefton & West Lancs Deaf Children's Society Palmerston Drive L21 6NE
The Sefton & West Lancashire Deaf Children’s Society (SWLDCS) is a local, voluntary, independent self help charity affiliated to the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS). The SWLDCS is run by parents of deaf children and professionals who work with deaf children to provide information and support to families of deaf children and to the deaf child. Membership is free to deaf children, their parents or carers and professionals working with deaf children We offer support to parents & carers and the deaf children themselves.
13 Palmerston Drive
L21 6NE Litherland, Merseyside
0151 924 6511/ 0151 474 4744
21 Sefton Abolition Group Sefton Abolition Group L37 3NB
Sefton Abolition Group are a group of people who are committed to Hope For Justice. Hope For Justice are an organisation committed to rescuing those who find themselves trapped in modern day slavery. As a local group our aim is to raise awareness of issues and organise events to raise enough money to rescue at least one victim of slavery.
Formby Christian Fellowship, 93 Church Road
L37 3NB Formby, Merseyside
07743209649
22 Sefton Advanced Motorists The Pageant Pub PR8 5PH
This Sefton group is affiliated to the Institute of Advanced Motorists in London. We are a registered charity devoted to raising the standards of driving and riding through the Skill For Life course in preparation for taking the IAM Advanced Driving Test. Sefton group was formed in 1984 when the Merseyside Group became too big with nearly 700 members and was split into three new groups. It is divided into car and motorcycle sections both meeting regularly in Southport.
70 Folkstone Road
PR8 5PH Kew, Southport, Merseyside
23 Sefton Advanced Motorists Royal Clifton Hotel PR8 1RB
This Sefton group is affiliated to the Institute of Advanced Motorists in London. We are a registered charity devoted to raising the standards of driving and riding through the Skill For Life course in preparation for taking the IAM Advanced Driving Test. Sefton group was formed in 1984 when the Merseyside Group became too big with nearly 700 members and was split into three new groups. It is divided into car and motorcycle sections both meeting regularly in Southport.
Promenade
PR8 1RB Southport, Merseyside
24 Sefton Advocacy Shakespeare Centre PR8 5AB
Sefton Advocacy is an Independent Advocacy Service for people who live in Sefton. Every individual has the right to say what they want and need when important decisions are being made which will affect their lives. We have been providing advocacy services in the Borough for over 10 years. The service is unique within the area. The reputation and demand for our service continues to grow. Sefton Advocacy is INDEPENDENT, FREE and CONFIDENTIAL. Sefton Pensioners Advocacy Centre merged with Sefton Advocacy in February 2018 and the larger organisation took on the name Sefton Advocacy.
43-51 Shakespeare Street
PR8 5AB Southport, Merseyside
01704 538 411
25 Sefton Amateur Boxing Club and Community Gym Sefton Amateur Boxing Club L30 0PQ
Sefton ABC was formed in 1971. We are based on the Sefton Housing estate in Netherton where we have our own purpose built Gym. There are about forty boxers in the Gym who's ages range from 11 to 25 years old. The actual boxing team consists of twenty boxers including one female. The boxers train on a regular basis three nights a week. Our five Coaches have all passed the stringent ABA Coaching course's and have First aid Certificates. They have also passed course's in Child Protection, Equity in Sport, and equal opportunities. All of our staff work on a voluntary unpaid basis and have been checked by the Criminal Records Bureau.
1a Harrops Croft
L30 0PQ Ford, Merseyside
0151 931 4689
26 Sefton Cancer Support (The Daisy Chain) Sefton Cancer Support (Formby) L37 4AL
Sefton Cancer Support Group was launched in Autumn 1994. We are a registered charity run solely by volunteers, many of whom have been touched by cancer in one way or another. Our aim is to have one of our trained volunteers available to talk to you, your relatives and friends, in complete confidence. If there is no one available at the time of your call or visit then please leave a message and we will make every effort to respond within the same day. Sefton Cancer Support Group work collaboratively with the NHS South Sefton CCG and NHS Southport & Formby CCG, complementing the services within the NHS by providing holistic care for those touched by cancer.
1 Duke Street Formby
L37 4AL Merseyside
01704 879352
27 Sefton Cancer Support (The Daisy Chain) Sefton Cancer Support (Bootle) L20 4SZ
Sefton Cancer Support Group was launched in Autumn 1994. We are a registered charity run solely by volunteers, many of whom have been touched by cancer in one way or another. Our aim is to have one of our trained volunteers available to talk to you, your relatives and friends, in complete confidence. If there is no one available at the time of your call or visit then please leave a message and we will make every effort to respond within the same day. Sefton Cancer Support Group work collaboratively with the NHS South Sefton CCG and NHS Southport & Formby CCG, complementing the services within the NHS by providing holistic care for those touched by cancer.
Strand By Me Bootle New Strand (opposite Wilko)
L20 4SZ Merseyside
01704 879352
28 Sefton Carers Sally Eccleston Memorial Hall L21 7NJ
A self help group for carers providing leisure, sport and art activities, days out and funding for short breaks.
Moss Lane
L21 7NJ Litherland, Merseyside
0151 474 7725
29 Sefton Carers Centre Sefton Carers Centre L22 5RF
Sefton Carers Centre provides information, advice and support to carers in the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton. Services include: welfare benefits advice, helpline, newsletter, aromatherapy, reflexology, social events, carers emergency and flexible accessible breaks, advocacy & specialist support, counselling. Direct payments support team and respite voucher scheme.
27-37 South Road
L22 5RF Waterloo, Liverpool
0151 288 6060
30 Sefton Children's Trust C/O Sefton CVS, Burlington House L22 0LG
Sefton Childrens Trust charity was formed in 1984 as a registered charity by three foster mothers. The Aims of Sefton Childrens Trust is to provide holidays and residential experiences for young people of families who are experiencing difficulties who reside mainly within the borough of Sefton. We provide support over a 3 year period. We provide respite for young people and their families.
Crosby Road North
L22 0LG Waterloo, Liverpool
31 Sefton Credit Union Ltd Bootle Town Hall L20 7AE
Joining the Credit Union is the best decision you could take for your money. Our Credit Union lets people in the community come together to save and borrow money at low rates and is operated on a not for profit basis with surpluses being returned to members.
Oriel Road
L20 7AE Bootle, Liverpool
0151 9289471 or 0151 934 4563
32 Sefton Credit Union Ltd Crosby Office L23 5
Joining the Credit Union is the best decision you could take for your money. Our Credit Union lets people in the community come together to save and borrow money at low rates and is operated on a not for profit basis with surpluses being returned to members.
73 Liverpool Road.
L23 5 Crosby Merseyside
0151 9289471 or 0151 934 4563
33 Sefton Credit Union Ltd Parenting 2000 PR9 0TS
Joining the Credit Union is the best decision you could take for your money. Our Credit Union lets people in the community come together to save and borrow money at low rates and is operated on a not for profit basis with surpluses being returned to members.
Mornington Road
PR9 0TS Southport, Merseyside
0151 9289471 or 0151 934 4563
34 Sefton CVS (Council for Voluntary Service) Burlington House L22 0LG
Sefton Council for Voluntary Service (or Sefton CVS) was originally founded in 1974 and works to assist and support voluntary, community and faith sector activity across the Sefton metropolitan district and neighbourhood. Sefton CVS provides a range of support and development services to frontline voluntary, community and faith sector groups. We work with all sections of the voluntary, community and faith sector in Sefton. Sefton CVS promotes active engagement by facilitating networks, participating in local policy and acting as the main contact for local organisations. Sefton CVS are the lead agency of the SEAs consortium.
Crosby Rd North 3rd Floor, North Wing, Burlington House.
L22 0LG Waterloo
0151 920 0726
35 Sefton CVS (Council for Voluntary Service) Maghull Town Hall L31 7BB
Sefton Council for Voluntary Service (or Sefton CVS) was originally founded in 1974 and works to assist and support voluntary, community and faith sector activity across the Sefton metropolitan district and neighbourhood. Sefton CVS provides a range of support and development services to frontline voluntary, community and faith sector groups. We work with all sections of the voluntary, community and faith sector in Sefton. Sefton CVS promotes active engagement by facilitating networks, participating in local policy and acting as the main contact for local organisations. Sefton CVS are the lead agency of the SEAs consortium.
Hall Lane Maghull
L31 7BB Liverpool
0151 920 0726
36 Sefton CVS (Council for Voluntary Service) Strand By Me - Community & Health Services Shop L20 4SZ
Sefton Council for Voluntary Service (or Sefton CVS) was originally founded in 1974 and works to assist and support voluntary, community and faith sector activity across the Sefton metropolitan district and neighbourhood. Sefton CVS provides a range of support and development services to frontline voluntary, community and faith sector groups. We work with all sections of the voluntary, community and faith sector in Sefton. Sefton CVS promotes active engagement by facilitating networks, participating in local policy and acting as the main contact for local organisations. Sefton CVS are the lead agency of the SEAs consortium.
73 The Hexagon Bootle
L20 4SZ Liverpool
0151 920 0726
Wheelchair Access
37 Sefton CVS (Council for Voluntary Service) Southport Community Centre PR8 6HQ
Sefton Council for Voluntary Service (or Sefton CVS) was originally founded in 1974 and works to assist and support voluntary, community and faith sector activity across the Sefton metropolitan district and neighbourhood. Sefton CVS provides a range of support and development services to frontline voluntary, community and faith sector groups. We work with all sections of the voluntary, community and faith sector in Sefton. Sefton CVS promotes active engagement by facilitating networks, participating in local policy and acting as the main contact for local organisations. Sefton CVS are the lead agency of the SEAs consortium.
Norwood Road
PR8 6HQ Southport
0151 920 0726
38 Sefton Education Business Partnership Sefton House L30 4XR
Sefton Education Business Partnership works as part of an established national network of over 100 Education Business Partnerships. Sefton Education Business Partnership exists to create opportunities for businesses and young people to work together. It works with Sefton Council and is the key player in their work with 14-19 year olds. It is Sefton’s approved provider for pre 16 work experience and also an approved provider for the Mentoring and Befriending Foundation. Meetings are held six times per year approximately every two months.
Bridle Road
L30 4XR Aintree, Merseyside
0151 330 5762
39 Sefton Estate Resident's Association L30 Community Centre L30 0QS
Sefton Estate Resident's Association covers the Sefton Estate including Stonyfield, Waterside, Harrops Croft and Higher End Park. We work together to address local issues and act as a voice for the local community.
Stoneyfield
L30 0QS Netherton, Merseyside
0151 932 9218 or 0151 932 0881
40 Sefton Extra Duke Street PR8 1LN
We are a charity located in the Sefton area that promotes well-being through activity.
17 Duke Street
PR8 1LN Southport, Merseyside
07927 946 706
41 Sefton Extra The Atkinson Art Gallery PR8 1DB
We are a charity located in the Sefton area that promotes well-being through activity.
Lord Street
PR8 1DB Southport, Merseyside
07927 946 706
42 Sefton Family Wellbeing Centres Linaker Family Wellbeing Centre PR8 5DQ
Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier. When there, parents and carers can expect extra help, advice and guidance to help them build confidence and resilience to deal with things that family life throws at them, from the challenge of first becoming a parent to deciding what to do when they leave school and much more besides. Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with: •Parenting - parents to be, new parents, behaviour, speech and language •Health - midwifery, health visitors, mental health, healthy eating, sexual health •Employment - including training and apprenticeships •Education - early learning, attendance, further education, achievements •Leisure - social opportunities, events, clubs, activities •Relationships - counselling, loneliness, bereavement •Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing •Advice and guidance, including with behaviour, communication and sleep, to children and families where there is a disabled child
Linaker Street Southport
PR8 5DQ Merseyside
0151 934 3171
43 Sefton Family Wellbeing Centres Cambridge Family Wellbeing Centre L20 9LQ
Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier. When there, parents and carers can expect extra help, advice and guidance to help them build confidence and resilience to deal with things that family life throws at them, from the challenge of first becoming a parent to deciding what to do when they leave school and much more besides. Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with: •Parenting - parents to be, new parents, behaviour, speech and language •Health - midwifery, health visitors, mental health, healthy eating, sexual health •Employment - including training and apprenticeships •Education - early learning, attendance, further education, achievements •Leisure - social opportunities, events, clubs, activities •Relationships - counselling, loneliness, bereavement •Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing •Advice and guidance, including with behaviour, communication and sleep, to children and families where there is a disabled child
Cambridge Road Bootle
L20 9LQ Merseyside
0151 934 3171
44 Sefton Family Wellbeing Centres Hudson Family Wellbeing Centre L31 5LE
Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier. When there, parents and carers can expect extra help, advice and guidance to help them build confidence and resilience to deal with things that family life throws at them, from the challenge of first becoming a parent to deciding what to do when they leave school and much more besides. Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with: •Parenting - parents to be, new parents, behaviour, speech and language •Health - midwifery, health visitors, mental health, healthy eating, sexual health •Employment - including training and apprenticeships •Education - early learning, attendance, further education, achievements •Leisure - social opportunities, events, clubs, activities •Relationships - counselling, loneliness, bereavement •Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing •Advice and guidance, including with behaviour, communication and sleep, to children and families where there is a disabled child
Moorhey Road Maghull
L31 5LE Merseyside
0151 934 3171
45 Sefton Family Wellbeing Centres Netherton Family Wellbeing Centre L30 5QH
Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier. When there, parents and carers can expect extra help, advice and guidance to help them build confidence and resilience to deal with things that family life throws at them, from the challenge of first becoming a parent to deciding what to do when they leave school and much more besides. Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with: •Parenting - parents to be, new parents, behaviour, speech and language •Health - midwifery, health visitors, mental health, healthy eating, sexual health •Employment - including training and apprenticeships •Education - early learning, attendance, further education, achievements •Leisure - social opportunities, events, clubs, activities •Relationships - counselling, loneliness, bereavement •Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing •Advice and guidance, including with behaviour, communication and sleep, to children and families where there is a disabled child
Magdalen Square Netherton
L30 5QH Merseyside
0151 934 3171
46 Sefton Family Wellbeing Centres Formby Library and Family Wellbeing Centre L37 4AN
Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier. When there, parents and carers can expect extra help, advice and guidance to help them build confidence and resilience to deal with things that family life throws at them, from the challenge of first becoming a parent to deciding what to do when they leave school and much more besides. Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with: •Parenting - parents to be, new parents, behaviour, speech and language •Health - midwifery, health visitors, mental health, healthy eating, sexual health •Employment - including training and apprenticeships •Education - early learning, attendance, further education, achievements •Leisure - social opportunities, events, clubs, activities •Relationships - counselling, loneliness, bereavement •Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing •Advice and guidance, including with behaviour, communication and sleep, to children and families where there is a disabled child
Duke Street Formby
L37 4AN Merseyside
0151 934 3171
47 Sefton Family Wellbeing Centres Menai Family Wellbeing Centre L20 6PG
Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier. When there, parents and carers can expect extra help, advice and guidance to help them build confidence and resilience to deal with things that family life throws at them, from the challenge of first becoming a parent to deciding what to do when they leave school and much more besides. Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with: •Parenting - parents to be, new parents, behaviour, speech and language •Health - midwifery, health visitors, mental health, healthy eating, sexual health •Employment - including training and apprenticeships •Education - early learning, attendance, further education, achievements •Leisure - social opportunities, events, clubs, activities •Relationships - counselling, loneliness, bereavement •Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing •Advice and guidance, including with behaviour, communication and sleep, to children and families where there is a disabled child
Menai Road Bootle
L20 6PG Merseyside
0151 934 3171
48 Sefton Family Wellbeing Centres Waterloo Family Wellbeing Centre L22 0LD
Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier. When there, parents and carers can expect extra help, advice and guidance to help them build confidence and resilience to deal with things that family life throws at them, from the challenge of first becoming a parent to deciding what to do when they leave school and much more besides. Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with: •Parenting - parents to be, new parents, behaviour, speech and language •Health - midwifery, health visitors, mental health, healthy eating, sexual health •Employment - including training and apprenticeships •Education - early learning, attendance, further education, achievements •Leisure - social opportunities, events, clubs, activities •Relationships - counselling, loneliness, bereavement •Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing •Advice and guidance, including with behaviour, communication and sleep, to children and families where there is a disabled child
Crosby Road North Waterloo
L22 0LD Merseyside
0151 934 3171
49 Sefton Family Wellbeing Centres Thornton Family Wellbeing Centre L23 1TY
Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier. When there, parents and carers can expect extra help, advice and guidance to help them build confidence and resilience to deal with things that family life throws at them, from the challenge of first becoming a parent to deciding what to do when they leave school and much more besides. Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with: •Parenting - parents to be, new parents, behaviour, speech and language •Health - midwifery, health visitors, mental health, healthy eating, sexual health •Employment - including training and apprenticeships •Education - early learning, attendance, further education, achievements •Leisure - social opportunities, events, clubs, activities •Relationships - counselling, loneliness, bereavement •Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing •Advice and guidance, including with behaviour, communication and sleep, to children and families where there is a disabled child
Stannyfield Drive Thornton
L23 1TY Merseyside
0151 934 3171
50 Sefton Family Wellbeing Centres Talbot Street Family Wellbeing Centre PR8 1HR
Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier. When there, parents and carers can expect extra help, advice and guidance to help them build confidence and resilience to deal with things that family life throws at them, from the challenge of first becoming a parent to deciding what to do when they leave school and much more besides. Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with: •Parenting - parents to be, new parents, behaviour, speech and language •Health - midwifery, health visitors, mental health, healthy eating, sexual health •Employment - including training and apprenticeships •Education - early learning, attendance, further education, achievements •Leisure - social opportunities, events, clubs, activities •Relationships - counselling, loneliness, bereavement •Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing •Advice and guidance, including with behaviour, communication and sleep, to children and families where there is a disabled child
St Andrew's Place Southport
PR8 1HR Merseyside
0151 934 3171
51 Sefton Family Wellbeing Centres Litherland Family Wellbeing Centre L21 7LA
Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier. When there, parents and carers can expect extra help, advice and guidance to help them build confidence and resilience to deal with things that family life throws at them, from the challenge of first becoming a parent to deciding what to do when they leave school and much more besides. Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with: •Parenting - parents to be, new parents, behaviour, speech and language •Health - midwifery, health visitors, mental health, healthy eating, sexual health •Employment - including training and apprenticeships •Education - early learning, attendance, further education, achievements •Leisure - social opportunities, events, clubs, activities •Relationships - counselling, loneliness, bereavement •Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing •Advice and guidance, including with behaviour, communication and sleep, to children and families where there is a disabled child
Boundary Road Litherland
L21 7LA Merseyside
0151 934 3171
52 Sefton Family Wellbeing Centres Marie Clarke Family Wellbeing Centre L20 5AQ
Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier. When there, parents and carers can expect extra help, advice and guidance to help them build confidence and resilience to deal with things that family life throws at them, from the challenge of first becoming a parent to deciding what to do when they leave school and much more besides. Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with: •Parenting - parents to be, new parents, behaviour, speech and language •Health - midwifery, health visitors, mental health, healthy eating, sexual health •Employment - including training and apprenticeships •Education - early learning, attendance, further education, achievements •Leisure - social opportunities, events, clubs, activities •Relationships - counselling, loneliness, bereavement •Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing •Advice and guidance, including with behaviour, communication and sleep, to children and families where there is a disabled child
Linacre Lane Bootle
L20 5AQ Merseyside
0151 934 3171
53 Sefton Family Wellbeing Centres First Steps Family Wellbeing Centre PR8 3DF
Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier. When there, parents and carers can expect extra help, advice and guidance to help them build confidence and resilience to deal with things that family life throws at them, from the challenge of first becoming a parent to deciding what to do when they leave school and much more besides. Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with: •Parenting - parents to be, new parents, behaviour, speech and language •Health - midwifery, health visitors, mental health, healthy eating, sexual health •Employment - including training and apprenticeships •Education - early learning, attendance, further education, achievements •Leisure - social opportunities, events, clubs, activities •Relationships - counselling, loneliness, bereavement •Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing •Advice and guidance, including with behaviour, communication and sleep, to children and families where there is a disabled child
Farnborough Road Birkdale
PR8 3DF Merseyside
0151 934 3171
54 Sefton Family Wellbeing Centres Seaforth Family Wellbeing Centre L21 4NB
Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier. When there, parents and carers can expect extra help, advice and guidance to help them build confidence and resilience to deal with things that family life throws at them, from the challenge of first becoming a parent to deciding what to do when they leave school and much more besides. Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with: •Parenting - parents to be, new parents, behaviour, speech and language •Health - midwifery, health visitors, mental health, healthy eating, sexual health •Employment - including training and apprenticeships •Education - early learning, attendance, further education, achievements •Leisure - social opportunities, events, clubs, activities •Relationships - counselling, loneliness, bereavement •Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing •Advice and guidance, including with behaviour, communication and sleep, to children and families where there is a disabled child
Caradoc Road Seaforth
L21 4NB Merseyside
0151 934 3171
55 Sefton Green Gym Queensway Allotment Association L22 4RA
Sefton Green Gym is a large community allotment originally started by Sefton Council. Come join us for outdoor exercise, make new friends and help grow organic fruit and vegetables. All produce we make is shared. We have a large plot at Queensway Allotment Association in Crosby. Everyone regardless of age or ability is welcome.
Queensway
L22 4RA Waterloo, Merseyside
07930 994 911 / 07954 285 404
56 Sefton Helping Hand Sefton Helping Hand - HQ L30 8RW
Sefton Helping Hand Services is a local charity which provides important services for people living within the Borough of Sefton. The aim of our organisation is to proactively tackle disadvantage within the community on a practical level as demonstrated by the range of our services on offer.
12 Homestead Avenue Old Roan
L30 8RW Liverpool
0151 932 9008
57 Sefton OPERA University Hospital Aintree L9 7AL
Sefton Opera is a voluntary organisation that delivers a variety of services and activities designed to benefit the health and well-being of older residents within the local and wider community. These activities are designed to stimulate mind and body, which helps to address the significant problem of depression in later years. Sefton Opera also run projects in hospitals and schools, provide teams of therapists for corporate events and can deliver training packages for other organisations.
Lower Ln
L9 7AL Liverpool
0151 330 0479
58 Sefton OPERA St. Matthews Church L20 5AE
Sefton Opera is a voluntary organisation that delivers a variety of services and activities designed to benefit the health and well-being of older residents within the local and wider community. These activities are designed to stimulate mind and body, which helps to address the significant problem of depression in later years. Sefton Opera also run projects in hospitals and schools, provide teams of therapists for corporate events and can deliver training packages for other organisations.
410 Stanley Road
L20 5AE Bootle, Liverpool
0151 330 0479
59 Sefton Sea Anglers Sefton Sea Anglers L1
Welcome to Sefton Sea Anglers. The club is one of the oldest in the Merseyside area. We were established in 1975. We have an excellent reputation throughout the Merseyside area. One of the main aims of the club is to share ideas, share experiences, provide help, provide assistance to new anglers and working with the junior members of the club. Everyone is welcome whether it is the experienced angler or the complete novice. The club supports the three main disciplines of sea angling which are beach or shore angling, charter boat angling and small boat angling.
L1 Liverpool
60 Sefton Sexual Health Service Southport Centre for Health & Wellbeing PR9 0PQ
We provide sexual health services across the communities of Sefton. Our service is free and confidential for everyone. We offer a choice of walk-in, or appointment clinics and designated under 25 only sessions. You can state your preference to be seen by either male or female staff, and we will do our best to accommodate your wishes based on staff availability. Services provided include all contraceptive methods, sexually transmitted infection testing and treatments including HIV, free condoms and pregnancy tests. In addition, we have referral clinics for pyscho-sexual counselling and erectile dysfunction. Community gynaecology is available in South Sefton by GP referral. The clinic service is supported by a clinical outreach service (referral only) and sexual health promotion team (see sexual health promotion for contact details).
Hoghton Street Southport
PR9 0PQ
01695 656550
61 Sefton Sexual Health Service PACE (under 25 years), Bootle Health Centre L.20 3RF
We provide sexual health services across the communities of Sefton. Our service is free and confidential for everyone. We offer a choice of walk-in, or appointment clinics and designated under 25 only sessions. You can state your preference to be seen by either male or female staff, and we will do our best to accommodate your wishes based on staff availability. Services provided include all contraceptive methods, sexually transmitted infection testing and treatments including HIV, free condoms and pregnancy tests. In addition, we have referral clinics for pyscho-sexual counselling and erectile dysfunction. Community gynaecology is available in South Sefton by GP referral. The clinic service is supported by a clinical outreach service (referral only) and sexual health promotion team (see sexual health promotion for contact details).
Park Street
L.20 3RF Bootle
01695 656550
62 Sefton Sexual Health Service Netherton Health Centre L.30 5SP
We provide sexual health services across the communities of Sefton. Our service is free and confidential for everyone. We offer a choice of walk-in, or appointment clinics and designated under 25 only sessions. You can state your preference to be seen by either male or female staff, and we will do our best to accommodate your wishes based on staff availability. Services provided include all contraceptive methods, sexually transmitted infection testing and treatments including HIV, free condoms and pregnancy tests. In addition, we have referral clinics for pyscho-sexual counselling and erectile dysfunction. Community gynaecology is available in South Sefton by GP referral. The clinic service is supported by a clinical outreach service (referral only) and sexual health promotion team (see sexual health promotion for contact details).
Magdalen Square Browns Lane
L.30 5SP
01695 656550
63 Sefton Sexual Health Service May Logan Centre (25+ years) L.20 5DQ
We provide sexual health services across the communities of Sefton. Our service is free and confidential for everyone. We offer a choice of walk-in, or appointment clinics and designated under 25 only sessions. You can state your preference to be seen by either male or female staff, and we will do our best to accommodate your wishes based on staff availability. Services provided include all contraceptive methods, sexually transmitted infection testing and treatments including HIV, free condoms and pregnancy tests. In addition, we have referral clinics for pyscho-sexual counselling and erectile dysfunction. Community gynaecology is available in South Sefton by GP referral. The clinic service is supported by a clinical outreach service (referral only) and sexual health promotion team (see sexual health promotion for contact details).
294 Knowsley Road Bootle
L.20 5DQ
01695 656550
64 Sefton Sexual Health Service Sefton Sexual Health Service - Headquarters
We provide sexual health services across the communities of Sefton. Our service is free and confidential for everyone. We offer a choice of walk-in, or appointment clinics and designated under 25 only sessions. You can state your preference to be seen by either male or female staff, and we will do our best to accommodate your wishes based on staff availability. Services provided include all contraceptive methods, sexually transmitted infection testing and treatments including HIV, free condoms and pregnancy tests. In addition, we have referral clinics for pyscho-sexual counselling and erectile dysfunction. Community gynaecology is available in South Sefton by GP referral. The clinic service is supported by a clinical outreach service (referral only) and sexual health promotion team (see sexual health promotion for contact details).
01695 656550
65 Sefton Sexual Health Service Maghull Health Centre L.31 0DJ
We provide sexual health services across the communities of Sefton. Our service is free and confidential for everyone. We offer a choice of walk-in, or appointment clinics and designated under 25 only sessions. You can state your preference to be seen by either male or female staff, and we will do our best to accommodate your wishes based on staff availability. Services provided include all contraceptive methods, sexually transmitted infection testing and treatments including HIV, free condoms and pregnancy tests. In addition, we have referral clinics for pyscho-sexual counselling and erectile dysfunction. Community gynaecology is available in South Sefton by GP referral. The clinic service is supported by a clinical outreach service (referral only) and sexual health promotion team (see sexual health promotion for contact details).
Westway Maghull
L.31 0DJ
01695 656550
66 Sefton Softball League Play Football North L23 9YP
We aim to promote participation in softball within the Merseyside area, encouraging more people to be active and improve fitness.
Drummond Road
L23 9YP Liverpool
07553318488
67 Sefton Softball League Sefton Softball League - Headquarters
We aim to promote participation in softball within the Merseyside area, encouraging more people to be active and improve fitness.
07553318488
68 Sefton Sports and Athletic Trust Magdalen House L20 3NJ
Sefton Sports and Athletic Trust is a registered charity which make grants to organisations and individuals. We provide amateur sport, education and training to the general public. Working across Sefton we promote the advancement of education, provide facilities for recreational activities and improve the life of those living in Sefton.
30 Trinity Road
L20 3NJ Bootle, Liverpool
0151 934 2358
69 Sefton Stars Basketball Club Litherland High School L21 0DB
Our aim is the promotion of community participation in healthy recreation, for the benefit of the inhabitants of Sefton and the surrounding area, by the provision of facilities for playing basketball; and to provide facilities, in the interest of social welfare, for recreation and leisure time occupation, with the objective of improving the conditions of life for the residents of Sefton and the surrounding area.
Sterrix Lane
L21 0DB Liverpool
07534 003851 or 0151 526 8368
70 Sefton Supported Housing Group Sefton Supported Housing Group L20 7AP
Sefton Supported Housing Group (SSHG) is a consortium of four organisations that have joined forces to tackle homelessness in the borough. Bosco Society Ltd, Venus, Excel Housing and New Start have won a five-year contract from Sefton Council to deliver supported housing to homeless people in Sefton. The new service is made up of 39 hostel places and 31 fully supported, dispersed tenancies across the borough. Collectively the members of the SSHG consortium have a wealth of experience in delivering 24-hour hostel services, as well as in dispersed housing with integrated support. Each client will be allocated a designated support worker who will assess their needs in depth and work with them to develop and agree a support plan to meet those needs. The aim is to provide each client with the stability and support they require to move on to independent living. A sit-up service is also available in three locations for up to 15 people (five per site) at any one time. This takes rough sleepers off the streets and provides them with a safe, warm place in which to spend the night. Each location will provide clients with a hot meal, washing and toilet facilities, a laundry to wash clothes and emergency clothing where necessary. For many clients, using the sit-up service will be their first step on the road to independent living.
c/o Bosco House 59-61 Merton Road
L20 7AP Bootle
0151 944 1818
71 Sefton Veterans Project Expects Bowersdale Centre L21 4LJ
Sefton Veteran’s Project has been established to help Ex-Service Personnel and their families as well as the families of serving personnel. Support is offered in relation to issues such as wellbeing, mental health problems and social isolation; drug and alcohol dependency as well as housing and debt problems. The project offers advice and guidance in relation to employment opportunities
Crescent Rd litherland
L21 4LJ Merseyside
0151 257 6371 mob 07714 136 722
Adapted Toilet/s
Disabled Parking
Wheelchair Access
72 Sefton Witness Service Sefton Magistrates Court L20 3BJ
Provides advice and support for victims and other witnesses attending the Magistrates Court to give evidence. Provides pre-trial visit to court.
29 Merton Road
L20 3BJ Bootle, Liverpool
0151 933 9648
Adapted Toilet/s
Disabled Parking
73 Sefton Womens and Childrens Aid (SWACA) Knowsley Road L20 4NR
Sefton Womens and Childrens Aid (or SWACA) provide services for women, children and young people who are victims or survivors of domestic abuse. SWACA’s dedicated team help women, young people and children survive the impact of domestic abuse by giving free practical and emotional support. Our services are offered regardless of age, disability, sexuality, race or religion. Our support can be given by phone or in person and we work in schools, workplaces, Children’s Centres or in our own Centre. We are a partner in the SEAs (Sefton Emotional Achievement) consortium.
166 Knowsley Road
L20 4NR Bootle, Liverpool
Phone 0151 922 8606 Text 07779745594
74 Sefton@Work Sefton@Work - Southport PR9 0DZ
The Sefton@Work services exists to provide high quality, information, advice and guidance to sefton residents aged 16+. The service is free of charge.
Sefton Council Promenade Office Southport
PR9 0DZ
0151 934 2621
75 Sefton@Work Sefton@Work - Bootle L20 3ER
The Sefton@Work services exists to provide high quality, information, advice and guidance to sefton residents aged 16+. The service is free of charge.
286-288 Stanley Rd
L20 3ER Bootle
0151 934 2621
Adapted Toilet/s
Wheelchair Access
76 Shaw Trust Sefton The Brain Charity L3 8LR
Shaw Trust is a national charity working to create brighter futures for the people and communities we serve. The charity was formed in 1982 in the village of Shaw in Wiltshire to support local disabled people to find employment. Since then Shaw Trust has grown in reach and now supports over 50,000 people a year to live independent and inclusive lives. Today we provide employment opportunities, skills development training and health and well-being services across the UK. We operate charitable social enterprises, retail shops and work alongside Shaw Education Trust, which runs a diverse chain of academy schools.
Norton Street Liverpool
L3 8LR
01512 982 999
77 Shelter Merseyside Shelter Merseyside L1 3DN
Advice, support and guidance: in Housing, Debt, and Welfare Benefits. Free, confidential and non-judgemental advice and assistance available for people living in Merseyside. Rent arrears, homelessness, bankruptcy, benefit appeals etc...
2nd Floor, Stanley Building, 43 Hanover Street
L1 3DN Liverpool
0344 515 2912
78 Shoreline Church Shoreline Church PR9 0TS
Shoreline Church exist to serve and partner with you on your journey with Christ and to bring hope and truth to everyone in our town. It is our desire to see all who pass through Shoreline’s doors come closer to knowing the person and character of Jesus Christ. We hope you find what you are looking for amongst all the activities and services we provide. No matter if you are questioning faith, new to your faith or you have been a Christian for a long time you are welcome here.
9 Mornington Road
PR9 0TS Southport, Merseyside
01704 535989
79 Shoreside Out Of School Services Shoreside Primary School PR8 2QZ
Shoreside Out Of School Services runs before and after school clubs to provide a safe, welcoming and stimulating play environment for 3 to 12 year olds. The nursery serves the community with a pre school provision taking children aged 3 to 5 years of age and providing then with many worthwhile activities. It follows an educational programme promoting learning outcomes for children in all six areas of learning.
Westminster Drive
PR8 2QZ Southport, Merseyside
01704 576 040
80 Short Story Creating - Suggestions To Help You Get Began Short Story Creating - Suggestions To Help You Get Began - Headquarters
032 811 48 14
81 Short Story Writing - Suggestions To Help You Get Began Short Story Writing - Suggestions To Help You Get Began - Headquarters
077 4729 4575
82 Shy Lowen Horse and Pony Sanctuary Shy Lowen Horse and Pony Sanctuary L29 1YB
Our horses and ponies are cared for and trained by local children. Many of them had never had close contact with a horse before. They are soon on their way to building the relationships of trust that is the cornerstone of our training. Horses are extraordinary teachers. They do not lie and they do not fall for the images we create to protect ourselves. They do not care if you are rich or poor if your jeans are designer or tatty. They only see the real you.
Buckley Hill Lane
L29 1YB Ford, Merseyside
07960 230548
83 Silver Line Helpline for Older People Minerva House W1U 2RY
The Silver Line is a free befriending telephone helpline available 24 hours a day and is open every day, including Bank Holidays. The helpline is for older people however an age minimum is not specified. People can ring about anything at all. “No question is too big, no problem is too small, no need to be alone”. Silver Line volunteers will be able to refer callers to other services and offer specialist advice with information about benefits, grants, sign-posting Silver Line callers to appropriate organizations.
42 Wigmore Street
W1U 2RY London
020 7224 2020
84 SING Plus SING Plus Centre L21 1EX
Welcome to Seaforth Information Network Group (or SING). SING aims to advance the education, preserve and protect the good health, and relieve the poverty of the residents of Seaforth, through the provision of information and recreational facilities, and the development of training and learning opportunities.
53a Cambridge Road Seaforth
L21 1EX Liverpool
0151 285 5031
85 SING Plus SING Plus Shop L21 3TX
Welcome to Seaforth Information Network Group (or SING). SING aims to advance the education, preserve and protect the good health, and relieve the poverty of the residents of Seaforth, through the provision of information and recreational facilities, and the development of training and learning opportunities.
75 Seaforth Road
L21 3TX Seaforth, Merseyside
0151 285 5031
86 SMILE Liverpool Old Roan Methodist Church L10 2QL
SMILE Liverpool are a registered charity helping chronic pain sufferers live a normal life, despite the ongoing pain they live with. We meet each Monday morning, except Bank Holidays, to provide organised gentle exercise and relaxation plus a form of Tai Chi. In addition to this, we are proud to have a fully qualified Fitness Therapist as well as Tai Chi Instructor. Here at SMILE we encourage and subsidise outings for members and their family and friends by fundraising throughout the year.
Altway
L10 2QL Liverpool
0151 284 3822
87 SMILE Self Motivation In Lasting Endorphins Christ Church Youth & Community Centre L20 9HW
A self-help group for chronic pain sufferers, providing support and encouragement in completing the principles and practices of relaxation, gentle exercise and Tai Chi, as learned at the Walton Pain Management Programme in order to relieve pain. Encourage membership from all chronic pain sufferers, their friends and families.
8 Oxford Road
L20 9HW Bootle, Liverpool
0151 284 3822
88 Smithy Residents Association Smithy Green L37 3PN
Smithy Residents Association exists to improve the quality of life of the residents providing social activities, meetings, outings and liaising with the landlords.
Smithy Green
L37 3PN Formby, Merseyside
89 Smokefree Sefton Smokefree Sefton - Headquarters
Smokefree Sefton offers FREE face-to-face support via a number of community venues to get to know you and help you succeed in stopping smoking. The team offers a choice of support and can build a package tailored just for you. They can also offer support over the phone or through an online chat service. And with their help you are four times more likely to succeed.
0300 100 1000