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1 University of the Third Age Formby Holy Trinity Church Formby L37
Formby U3A was formed in March 1990 and seeks to promote the leisure, social and educational activities of its members, using their skills, experience and knowledge. We are a voluntary organisation where retired or semi-retired people from all walks of life and of all ages meet with like-minded members to expand their knowledge, share interests or acquire new skills.
Rosemary Lane
L37 Formby, Merseyside
01704 872691
2 University of the Third Age Formby Formby Pool L37 4ED
Formby U3A was formed in March 1990 and seeks to promote the leisure, social and educational activities of its members, using their skills, experience and knowledge. We are a voluntary organisation where retired or semi-retired people from all walks of life and of all ages meet with like-minded members to expand their knowledge, share interests or acquire new skills.
Elbow Lane
L37 4ED Formby, Merseyside
01704 872691
3 University of the Third Age Formby Formby Golf Centre L37
Formby U3A was formed in March 1990 and seeks to promote the leisure, social and educational activities of its members, using their skills, experience and knowledge. We are a voluntary organisation where retired or semi-retired people from all walks of life and of all ages meet with like-minded members to expand their knowledge, share interests or acquire new skills.
North Moss Lane
L37 Formby, Merseyside
01704 872691
4 University of the Third Age Formby Formby Park Bowling Club L37
Formby U3A was formed in March 1990 and seeks to promote the leisure, social and educational activities of its members, using their skills, experience and knowledge. We are a voluntary organisation where retired or semi-retired people from all walks of life and of all ages meet with like-minded members to expand their knowledge, share interests or acquire new skills.
Duke Street Park
L37 Formby, Merseyside
01704 872691
5 University of the Third Age Formby Formby Library L37 4AN
Formby U3A was formed in March 1990 and seeks to promote the leisure, social and educational activities of its members, using their skills, experience and knowledge. We are a voluntary organisation where retired or semi-retired people from all walks of life and of all ages meet with like-minded members to expand their knowledge, share interests or acquire new skills.
Duke Street Formby
L37 4AN Merseyside
01704 872691
6 University of the Third Age Maghull and Lydiate Maghull Town Hall L31 7BB
The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. U3A is a self help style of adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning. You do not need any qualifications to join and neither do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started 5 years ago the membership of Maghull and Lydiate U3A has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.
Hall Lane
L31 7BB Maghull, Merseyside
0151 284 8454
7 University of the Third Age Maghull and Lydiate 34 Moss Lane L31
The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. U3A is a self help style of adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning. You do not need any qualifications to join and neither do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started 5 years ago the membership of Maghull and Lydiate U3A has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.
34 Moss Lane
L31 Maghull, Merseyside
0151 284 8454
8 University of the Third Age Maghull and Lydiate Kirkby Golf Club L32 4SP
The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. U3A is a self help style of adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning. You do not need any qualifications to join and neither do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started 5 years ago the membership of Maghull and Lydiate U3A has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.
Ingoe Lane
L32 4SP Kirkby, Merseyside
0151 284 8454
9 University of the Third Age Maghull and Lydiate Lydiate Village Centre L31 2LA
The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. U3A is a self help style of adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning. You do not need any qualifications to join and neither do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started 5 years ago the membership of Maghull and Lydiate U3A has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.
Lambshear Lane
L31 2LA Lydiate, Merseyside
0151 284 8454
10 University of the Third Age Maghull and Lydiate Kensington House L31
The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. U3A is a self help style of adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning. You do not need any qualifications to join and neither do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started 5 years ago the membership of Maghull and Lydiate U3A has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.
Station Road
L31 Maghull, Merseyside
0151 284 8454
11 University of the Third Age Maghull and Lydiate 98 Claremont Avenue L31 8AL
The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. U3A is a self help style of adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning. You do not need any qualifications to join and neither do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started 5 years ago the membership of Maghull and Lydiate U3A has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.
98 Claremont Avenue
L31 8AL Maghull, Merseyside
0151 284 8454
12 University of the Third Age Maghull and Lydiate 3 Avondale Avenue L31 7AA
The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. U3A is a self help style of adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning. You do not need any qualifications to join and neither do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started 5 years ago the membership of Maghull and Lydiate U3A has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.
3 Avondale Avenue
L31 7AA Maghull, Merseyside
0151 284 8454
13 University of the Third Age Maghull and Lydiate Maghull Parish Hall L31 6DD
The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. U3A is a self help style of adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning. You do not need any qualifications to join and neither do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started 5 years ago the membership of Maghull and Lydiate U3A has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.
Damfield Lane
L31 6DD Maghull, Merseyside
0151 284 8454
14 University of the Third Age Maghull and Lydiate United Reformed Church Hall L31 7AG
The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. U3A is a self help style of adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning. You do not need any qualifications to join and neither do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started 5 years ago the membership of Maghull and Lydiate U3A has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.
Northway
L31 7AG Maghull, Merseyside
0151 284 8454
15 University of the Third Age Maghull and Lydiate Various Locations L31
The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. U3A is a self help style of adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning. You do not need any qualifications to join and neither do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started 5 years ago the membership of Maghull and Lydiate U3A has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.
L31 Maghull, Merseyside
0151 284 8454
16 University of the Third Age Maghull and Lydiate Philharmonic Hall L1 9BP
The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. U3A is a self help style of adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning. You do not need any qualifications to join and neither do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started 5 years ago the membership of Maghull and Lydiate U3A has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.
Hope Street
L1 9BP Liverpool
0151 284 8454
17 University of the Third Age Maghull and Lydiate Melling Tithebarn L31 1EE
The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. U3A is a self help style of adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning. You do not need any qualifications to join and neither do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started 5 years ago the membership of Maghull and Lydiate U3A has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.
Tithebarn Lane
L31 1EE Melling, Merseyside
0151 284 8454
18 University of the Third Age Maghull and Lydiate St Andrews Church L31 6DD
The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. U3A is a self help style of adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning. You do not need any qualifications to join and neither do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started 5 years ago the membership of Maghull and Lydiate U3A has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.
22 Damfield Lane
L31 6DD Maghull, Merseyside
0151 284 8454
19 University of the Third Age Maghull and Lydiate Maghull Baptist Church L31 3DY
The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. U3A is a self help style of adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning. You do not need any qualifications to join and neither do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started 5 years ago the membership of Maghull and Lydiate U3A has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.
Hall Lane
L31 3DY Maghull, Merseyside
0151 284 8454
20 Upstairs At 83 Netherton Feelgood Factory L30 5QW
Open access - self referred, GP SSD etc for anyone who would like to feel better about themselves, whether or not they have a diagnosed mental health problem. We only have funding to open twice a week. Run regular Positive Thoughts courses which is an 8-week CBT based programme.
Glovers Lane
L30 5QW Netherton, Merseyside
0151 291 8010
21 Veterans in Sefton Veterans in Sefton L20 4JQ
Veterans in Sefton provides a central point of contact for veterans and their families living in Sefton. Veterans can access information, advice, guidance and support in a welcoming atmosphere.
Brunswick Youth and Community Centre 104 Marsh Lane
L20 4JQ Bootle
0151 922 3552
22 Victim Support and Witness Service Merseyside Bridgewater Complex L20 8AH
Victim Support is a national charity. Although they are independent from the police they work closely with them and other organisations when a crime has taken place. They give free practical advice and help anybody affected by a crime. If someone is prosecuted for the crime and goes to court, they also provide support if you are called as a witness.
Canal Street
L20 8AH Bootle, Liverpool
|Mobile 0845 30 30 900 Phone 0151 353 4000
23 Victoria Hall Badminton Club Greenbank High School PR8 2LT
Victoria Hall Badminton Club has several teams in the Southport and District Badminton League. We welcome new members and anyone interesting in joining should contact our club secretary for further information on club nights and teams. We cater for all abilities with members ranging from beginners to county standard and are always looking for new players to join us.
Hastings Road
PR8 2LT Southport, Merseyside
07581 844 570
24 Victoria Methodist Church Southport Victoria Methodist Church PR8 6DG
Welcome to Victoria Methodist Church in Southport. We are a friendly Church on Sussex Road near Southport Town Centre. We have a Sunday Church Service at 10:45am and we have weekly activities for different ages and interests. Along with all Christian Churches the belief that Jesus is Lord is at the heart of our faith. We believe that true meaning and fulfilment in life are to be found in a relationship with God through Jesus. This relationship is sustained through the Worship, Sacraments and Fellowship of the Church. Through this relationship we are inspired and enabled to love God and to love our neighbours.
Sussex Road
PR8 6DG Southport, Merseyside
01704 567192
25 Victoria Park Bowling Club Southport Victoria Park PR8 2BZ
Founded in 1899 we are one of the oldest crown green bowling clubs in Southport and well established with excellent facilities. We have two good sized bowling greens with at least one green available weather permitting throughout the year. The greens are well maintained by specialist greens treatment and mowing contractors. With some mixed 150 members the club has an active social programme. There is a good sized pavilion with tea making and toilet facilities plus a convenient car park for members use.
Rotten Row
PR8 2BZ Southport, Merseyside
26 Village Surgery Partners Patients Involvement In Practice Village Surgery Formby L37 4AF
Patients Involvement in Practice act as a forum to bring to the notice of the Village Surgery in Formby Partners any concerns of their patients. We arrange talks on Medical matters for patients or the Village Surgery and any other interested parties.
Elbow Lane
L37 4AF Formby, Merseyside
01704 878661
27 Vital Signs Foundation Vital Signs Foundation CH44 5TN
In 2010 the Vital Signs Foundation (or VSF) was formed following the tragic and sudden death of Chris Haw aged 25. Chris was a much loved son, brother, grandson and friend to many people throughout his local community and across Merseyside. He died aged 25 from Sudden Cardiac Death. He was a fit and healthy young man who presented no previous heart conditions whatsoever. 12 apparently fit and healthy young people aged between 14–35 die every week in the UK from undiagnosed heart condition.
The Old School 188 Liscard Road
CH44 5TN Liscard
07769944100
28 VMM International Liverpool Hope University L16 9JD
VMM International's vision is a world in which peoples rights are affirmed, the whole of creation is respected and there is an end to poverty.
Hope Park
L16 9JD Liverpool
0151 291 3438
29 Voice For Change Domestic Violence Support The Old Museum L22 5NB
We are an independent, confidential support service for victims and survivors of domestic violence. We are based in Merseyside. Our services are run by survivors. We offer emotional and practical support to all individuals regardless of gender, sexuality, religion, race, nationality, disability or ability. All information is treated with the strictest confidence. The support we offer is based in a safe and friendly environment. Support is provided by trained volunteers
Church Road
L22 5NB Waterloo, Merseyside
0151 345 8499 & 0151 345 0174
30 Walking with Giants Foundation Walking with Giants Foundation L31 6WW
Providing advice and financial support to individuals and families affected by Primordial Dwarfism in UK and around the world.
L31 6WW Maghull, Merseyside
0151 526 0134 or 0759 502 9150
31 Waterloo and Crosby Theatre Company Waterloo and Crosby Theatre Company L23
The Waterloo and Crosby Theatre Company is an amateur company based in Crosby Merseyside. We aim to produce excellent theatrical productions including plays, musicals and concerts. We perform at least annually at various locations around the Sefton and Merseyside area. In addition we produce an annual family pantomime every Christmas. All productions are open to all members to take part in. Productions prove to be a lot of fun and very rewarding.
L23 Crosby, Merseyside
0151 924 0231
32 Waterloo Community Association The Waterloo Community Centre L22 1RD
Works to provide a safe environment for the people of Waterloo and the surrounding area. Addresses key issues raised by the local community.
Great Georges Road The Old School Buildings
L22 1RD Waterloo
0151 920 2708
33 Waterloo Judo Club Waterloo Judo Club L22 5NZ
Waterloo Judo Club has been established since the 1960s. Originally the club was set up by only 4 people. The club now boasts a membership well over 100. We have our own purpose built dojo studios complete with a sprung floor practice area, male and female showers and changing areas.
Bath Street
L22 5NZ Waterloo, Merseyside
0151 476 2000
34 Waterloo Lawn Tennis Club Tennis Club L22 3XM
Waterloo Lawn Tennis Club is set in a fabulous residential area of North Liverpool with access to excellent public transport and a thriving town centre. The club is a community tennis club with high family values dedicated to increasing participation throughout the area by inovative offers regarding membership and an on going community integration program. The club itself is steeped in history, today the club boasts some of the finest facilities in North Liverpool with 6 recently laid artificial grass tennis courts which offer play all year round.
Park Road
L22 3XM Waterloo, Merseyside
0151 949 0570
35 Waterloo Methodist Church Waterloo Methodist Church L22 9QX
We are a group of ordinary people who are called to be disciples of Jesus Christ and good neighbours to our community. Our faith means: love, forgiveness, and service. Mission Statement We accept with gratitude, wonder and amazement the good news of God’s love for us, revealed in Jesus Christ. In our worship, learning, service and caring we seek to proclaim and demonstrate God’s love to others that they might seek it and know it for themselves. We will achieve this by: • Encouraging and enabling people to express and explore their relationship with God. • Maintaining a friendly and welcoming Church in the heart of Waterloo which is inclusive and open to all. • Caring for and reaching out to the local community and its needs with compassion. • Challenging and acting when we believe there is injustice and prejudice.
Birchdale Road
L22 9QX Waterloo, Merseyside
0151 280 9952
Wheelchair Access
36 Waterloo Park Bowling Club Brooklands L22 3XN
Bowling Club providing social and recreational opportunities for the local community, especially older people in the local area.
21a Haigh Road
L22 3XN Waterloo, Merseyside
Adapted Toilet/s
37 Waterloo Partnership Bonnington Avenue L23 7YJ
Based in Waterloo in Merseyside the Waterloo Partnership supports sustainable development projects in Waterloo in Sierra Leone and fosters mutual friendship and understanding between the two communities. Our aim is to work in Waterloo in Sierra Leone around issues such as poverty, sickness, health and education. We advance the education of the people in Waterloo on Merseyside in the social, economic and cultural ways of life in Waterloo in Sierra Leone.
23 Bonnington Avenue
L23 7YJ Great Crosby, Merseyside
0151 924 2813
38 Waterloo Sunrise CIC Waterloo Sunrise CIC - Headquarters
Waterloo Sunrise CIC, a not for profit company, is the organiser of the Waterloo Community Festival. In 2016 we are fundraising for the Waterloo Community Kitchen.
39 Waterloo United Free Church Waterloo United Free Church L22 0LQ
Believe strongly in Christian Unity, Sunday worship at 11am. A community of people who seek to live as disciples of Jesus, care for one another and share God's love with everyone around. Many groups and activities meeting on their premises, rooms available, more information from the premises secretary 924 2255.
Crosby Road North
L22 0LQ Waterloo, Merseyside
0151 924 2255 (or 0151 928 6307 Non-urgent Voicemail only)
Adapted Toilet/s
Disabled Parking
Wheelchair Access
40 Wayfarers Chorus Wayfarers Chorus PR8 4AR
Welcome to the Wayfarers Chorus from Southport. We are an all male group that sing barber shop harmony and classic melodic songs. We are a social Chorus which means we like to entertain our audiences and sing with a smile on our faces. We regularly perform in Southport and throughout Meseyside at charity activities, social gatherings and other related music events. If you are looking to add something special to an occassion or plan to put on some entertainment for your organisation then try The Wayfarers Barbershop Chorus and you will be pleasantly surprised.
PR8 4AR Birkdale, Southport, Merseyside
Gerry 01695578822 Jeff 07976292119
41 Weight Loss - 2 Secret decline Supplements For Women Weight Loss - 2 Secret decline Supplements For Women - Headquarters
42 Whizz Kidz Portland House SW1E 5BH
We are working hard to transform the lives of disabled children across the UK. We support disabled children to help them to become confident and independent young adults.
Bressenden Place
SW1E 5BH London
020 7233 6600
43 Wildlife Trust North Merseyside Seaforth Nature Reserve L21 1JD
The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside is your local wildlife charity working to protect wildlife and nature for the future. We are a key voice for nature both locally and nationally. We manage reserves and deliver specialists projects. We have a people and wildlife team engaging people in sustainable living and conservation from the very young to the retired. We do not receive any direct government funding so our member support is crucial.
Royal Seaforth Docks
L21 1JD Seaforth, Merseyside
0151 920 3769
44 Wildlife Trust North Merseyside Freshfield Dune Heath L37 7BB
The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside is your local wildlife charity working to protect wildlife and nature for the future. We are a key voice for nature both locally and nationally. We manage reserves and deliver specialists projects. We have a people and wildlife team engaging people in sustainable living and conservation from the very young to the retired. We do not receive any direct government funding so our member support is crucial.
West Lane
L37 7BB Freshfield, Merseyside
0151 920 3769
45 Windows 8: Six Essential Tips Windows 8: Six Essential Tips - Headquarters
46 Winwood Netball Club Sacred Heart Catholic College L23 0QU
We are a friendly, welcoming club who are always looking for new junior players (11-16 year olds currently). We play league games in the Merseyside Junior League and tournaments and in local to tournaments. We are working towards Bronze CAPS award and have links to Winwood Seniors for those who want to progress and carry on playing netball.
Myers Road East,
L23 0QU Great Crosby, Merseyside
07731444237
47 WISH - (A Voice for Women's Mental Health) Space Solutions Business Centre L31 8BX
Wish is the only national, user-led charity working with women with mental health needs in prison, hospital and the community. It provides independent advocacy, emotional support and practical guidance at all stages of a woman's journey through the Mental Health and Criminal Justice Systems. Wish acts to increase women's participation in the services they receive, and campaigns to get their voice heard at a policy level. It is unique in its long-term commitment to each individual, as they move through hospitals, prison and the community.
39 Sefton Lane Industrial Park
L31 8BX Maghull, Merseyside
0151 285 1888
48 Women's Institute St Philips Church PR8 6QF
The Women's Institute (or WI) was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War. Since then the organisation's aims have broadened and the WI is now the largest voluntary women's organisation in the UK. The WI will celebrate its centenary in 2015 and currently has 212,000 members in around 6,600 WIs. The WI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to learn new skills. Women take part in a wide variety of activities and campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.
Scarisbrick New Road
PR8 6QF Southport, Merseyside
01772 459020
49 Women's Institute Moor Lane Methodist Church L23 2UQ
The Women's Institute (or WI) was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War. Since then the organisation's aims have broadened and the WI is now the largest voluntary women's organisation in the UK. The WI will celebrate its centenary in 2015 and currently has 212,000 members in around 6,600 WIs. The WI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to learn new skills. Women take part in a wide variety of activities and campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.
Moor Lane
L23 2UQ Crosby, Merseryside
01772 459020
50 Women's Institute Meols Court Lounge PR9 8BG
The Women's Institute (or WI) was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War. Since then the organisation's aims have broadened and the WI is now the largest voluntary women's organisation in the UK. The WI will celebrate its centenary in 2015 and currently has 212,000 members in around 6,600 WIs. The WI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to learn new skills. Women take part in a wide variety of activities and campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.
Schwartzman Drive
PR9 8BG Banks, Southport, Merseyside
01772 459020
51 Women's Institute Sacred Heart Church PR8 3PB
The Women's Institute (or WI) was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War. Since then the organisation's aims have broadened and the WI is now the largest voluntary women's organisation in the UK. The WI will celebrate its centenary in 2015 and currently has 212,000 members in around 6,600 WIs. The WI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to learn new skills. Women take part in a wide variety of activities and campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.
Liverpool Road
PR8 3PB Ainsdale, Southport, Merseyside
01772 459020
52 Women's Institute Formby Cricket Club L37 7DP
The Women's Institute (or WI) was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War. Since then the organisation's aims have broadened and the WI is now the largest voluntary women's organisation in the UK. The WI will celebrate its centenary in 2015 and currently has 212,000 members in around 6,600 WIs. The WI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to learn new skills. Women take part in a wide variety of activities and campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.
Cricket Path
L37 7DP Formby, Merseyside
01772 459020
53 Womens World Day of Prayer Bootle and Litherland Hillside Primary School L20 9NU
Womens World Day of Prayer Bootle and Litherland is a Ecumenical Committee in Bootle and Litherland and we are part of a World Wide Ecumenical Movement.
Breeze Hill Bootle
L20 9NU
0151 922 4941
54 Womens World Day of Prayer Bootle and Litherland St Stephen's United Reformed Church Bootle L20 6EX
Womens World Day of Prayer Bootle and Litherland is a Ecumenical Committee in Bootle and Litherland and we are part of a World Wide Ecumenical Movement.
71 Bailey Drive
L20 6EX Bootle, Liverpool
0151 922 4941
55 Womens World Day of Prayer Bootle and Litherland St Lukes C of E Church Crosby L23 5SE
Womens World Day of Prayer Bootle and Litherland is a Ecumenical Committee in Bootle and Litherland and we are part of a World Wide Ecumenical Movement.
71 Liverpool Road
L23 5SE Great Crosby, Merseyside
0151 922 4941
56 Womens World Day of Prayer Bootle and Litherland St. Stephen’s C of E Church Hightown L38 0BL
Womens World Day of Prayer Bootle and Litherland is a Ecumenical Committee in Bootle and Litherland and we are part of a World Wide Ecumenical Movement.
St Stephen’s Road
L38 0BL Hightown, Merseyside
0151 922 4941
57 Woodlands Hospice Orrel Park Shop L9 8AE
Woodlands Hospice Charitable Trust is an independent registered charity which was set up in 1991 in order to raise the funds necessary to run Woodlands Hospice. The Trust was set up as a direct response to the needs of local people living with cancer. The experiences of General Practitioners, Macmillan nurses and hospital staff identified the need for a facility for the care and support of those with life threatening illnesses in North Liverpool. In 1996, the Hospice opened, initially providing Day Therapy Services to the people of South Sefton.
87 Moss Lane Orrell Park
L9 8AE Liverpool
0151 529 2299
58 Woodlands Hospice University Hospital Aintree L9 7LA
Woodlands Hospice Charitable Trust is an independent registered charity which was set up in 1991 in order to raise the funds necessary to run Woodlands Hospice. The Trust was set up as a direct response to the needs of local people living with cancer. The experiences of General Practitioners, Macmillan nurses and hospital staff identified the need for a facility for the care and support of those with life threatening illnesses in North Liverpool. In 1996, the Hospice opened, initially providing Day Therapy Services to the people of South Sefton.
Longmoor Lane
L9 7LA Fazakerly, Merseyside
0151 529 2299
59 Woodlands Hospice Maghull Shop
Woodlands Hospice Charitable Trust is an independent registered charity which was set up in 1991 in order to raise the funds necessary to run Woodlands Hospice. The Trust was set up as a direct response to the needs of local people living with cancer. The experiences of General Practitioners, Macmillan nurses and hospital staff identified the need for a facility for the care and support of those with life threatening illnesses in North Liverpool. In 1996, the Hospice opened, initially providing Day Therapy Services to the people of South Sefton.
20 Westway Maghull
L31 0DQ
0151 529 2299
60 Woodvale & Ainsdale Community Association Woodvale & Ainsdale Community Centre PR8 3RS
The aims of WACA are to promote a safe environment for all by maintaining an adequate and appropriate range of services, support and provisions for and within the community. WACA endeavours to provide the following for the community of Woodvale & Ainsdale: Quality support for all members of the local community A wide range of activities for people of all ages and diverse backgrounds Tutors and other professionals, for the benefit of the community, thus addressing issues surrounding unemployment and employability, isolation, enhance childhood and youth development, and provide support which will help to build community spirit. We provide activities specifically aimed at all members of the community, to improve health and wellbeing of participants and contribute towards improving social deprivation and access. We have two buildings Woodvale Community Centre and Ainsdale Recreation Centre which are available for hire. We work to meet the needs of the local community and provide a wide range of activities for everyone from babies through to senior citizens.
Meadow Lane Woodvale
PR8 3RS Southport
01704 573 084
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61 Woodvale & Ainsdale Community Association WACA Recreation Centre PR8 3RG
The aims of WACA are to promote a safe environment for all by maintaining an adequate and appropriate range of services, support and provisions for and within the community. WACA endeavours to provide the following for the community of Woodvale & Ainsdale: Quality support for all members of the local community A wide range of activities for people of all ages and diverse backgrounds Tutors and other professionals, for the benefit of the community, thus addressing issues surrounding unemployment and employability, isolation, enhance childhood and youth development, and provide support which will help to build community spirit. We provide activities specifically aimed at all members of the community, to improve health and wellbeing of participants and contribute towards improving social deprivation and access. We have two buildings Woodvale Community Centre and Ainsdale Recreation Centre which are available for hire. We work to meet the needs of the local community and provide a wide range of activities for everyone from babies through to senior citizens.
Orchard Lane Ainsdale
PR8 3RG Southport
01704 573 084
Adapted Toilet/s
Disabled Parking
Wheelchair Access
62 Woodvale Chapel Christian Fellowship Woodvale Chapel PR8 3QL
Evangelical Christian fellowship which exists to preach the gospel. Woodvale Chapel Christian Fellowship runs many activities including coffee mornings, bible study groups, childrens groups, young peoples groups and community groups for older people. We also run an annual holiday club for 5-11 year olds every August.
Pinfold Lane
PR8 3QL Ainsdale, Southport, Merseyside
01704 871184
63 Work Station cho dân thiết kế đồ họa Work Station cho dân thiết kế đồ họa - Headquarters
(85) 2851-5630
64 Workers Educational Association (WEA) Merseyside Cotton Exchange L3 9LQ
The WEA North West region provides stimulating and diverse learning opportunities for adults often targeted at some of the most deprived communities. Our courses improve confidence, introduce people to studying, encourage active engagement, meet their own needs and meet the needs of their community. The North West Region includes Cheshire, Cumbria, Lancashire, Merseyside and Manchester. The North West is incredibly diverse in terms of its geography, population and challenges to the provision of adult education. The North West region has over 2,500 members who support the work of the organisation.
Old Hall Street
L3 9LQ Liverpool
Phone 0151 243 5340 Text 07554436934
65 Worst Kept Secret Scotland Road L5 5AE
Every year thousands of woman, children and some men on Merseyside are living in fear of domestic violence and many not knowing where to access help. Worst Kept Secret is a Merseyside project established to reduce domestic violence and enhance support for survivors. Worst Kept Secret facilitates the development of a co-ordinated approach to tackle domestic violence as well as carrying out direct work with survivors through a freephone helpline. Worst Kept Secret provides a listening ear to those who are affected by domestic violence. Anybody who is subjected to domestic violence, there family members or friends who are worried can call the free phone confidential helpline 0800 028 3398. The phone call will not show up on land line bills.
316 Scotland Road
L5 5AE Liverpool
0151 330 2012
66 Writing on the Wall Kuumba Imani Millennium Centre L8 1TH
Writing on the Wall is a dynamic, Liverpool based community organisation that coordinates projects and events that celebrate writing in all its forms. We work with a broad and inclusive definition of writing that embraces literature, creative writing, journalism, non fiction, poetry, songwriting, and storytelling. Writing on the Wall works with local, national and international writers whose work provokes controversy and debate. We work with all of Liverpool’s communities to promote and celebrate individual and collective creativity. Writing on the Wall hosts a month long annual writing festival each May.
4 Princes Road
L8 1TH Liverpool
0151 703 0020
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69 Yarnagans The Frank Hornby Pub L31 6BR
We are pleased to announce that Yarnagans is now up and running! Everyone is welcome to come along and either knit/crochet with us, or learn how to. We will be swapping skills and patterns, helping to keep the art of knitting and crochet alive for future generations to enjoy. Join in on Facebook or if you prefer, in person, at one of our meetings in Maghull, Liverpool.
38 Eastway Maghull
L31 6BR Liverpool
07877 797718 or 07545 869764
70 YKids North Perk L20 3EF
Ykids works to make a difference in the lives of children and young people, to give hope and a positive future. Our main area of focus is in Bootle, in some of the UK’s most deprived neighbourhoods ranking in the top 1 and 2% according to the indices of multiple deprivation. We believe every child has the potential to become great despite their circumstances - and we work to unlock that potential, help them to believe in themselves and make good life choices. We commit long term to our young people, working with them from the age of 5 through to 18 and beyond. We invest in young leadership and encourage volunteering through social action projects. We offer opportunities such as an internship, gap year programme, school work placements, accredited tarining and apprenticeships.
375 Stanley Road Bootle
L20 3EF
0151 944 2111
71 YKids The Old Library L20 6ES
Ykids works to make a difference in the lives of children and young people, to give hope and a positive future. Our main area of focus is in Bootle, in some of the UK’s most deprived neighbourhoods ranking in the top 1 and 2% according to the indices of multiple deprivation. We believe every child has the potential to become great despite their circumstances - and we work to unlock that potential, help them to believe in themselves and make good life choices. We commit long term to our young people, working with them from the age of 5 through to 18 and beyond. We invest in young leadership and encourage volunteering through social action projects. We offer opportunities such as an internship, gap year programme, school work placements, accredited tarining and apprenticeships.
98a Linacre Lane Bootle
L20 6ES Liverpool
0151 944 2111
72 YMCA YMCA Southport Shop PR9 0AG
YMCA provide housing, training, sports facilities, support to young people and support to their families. YMCAs in England encourage, support and challenge young people to become all that they can.
413-415 Lord Street
PR9 0AG Southport, Merseyside
0151 922 3301
73 YMCA YMCA Southport PR9 0PR
YMCA provide housing, training, sports facilities, support to young people and support to their families. YMCAs in England encourage, support and challenge young people to become all that they can.
81 Hoghton Street
PR9 0PR Southport, Merseyside
0151 922 3301
74 YMCA YMCA Bootle L20 9AD
YMCA provide housing, training, sports facilities, support to young people and support to their families. YMCAs in England encourage, support and challenge young people to become all that they can.
Park Street
L20 9AD Bootle, Liverpool
0151 922 3301
75 YMCA YMCA Formby Shop L37 4AQ
YMCA provide housing, training, sports facilities, support to young people and support to their families. YMCAs in England encourage, support and challenge young people to become all that they can.
47/49 Three Tuns Lane
L37 4AQ Formby, Merseyside
0151 922 3301
76 Young Gay Sefton Young Gay Sefton L22
Young Gay Sefton is a group open to gay, lesbian and bisexual people aged from 13-18 who live, work or access service in Sefton. The group offers them the chance to have fun, meet new people and be themselves. The group meets on Mondays from 7pm to 9pm.
L22 Waterloo, Merseyside
07792 316156
77 Young Minds Baden Place SE1 1YW
YoungMinds is the UKs leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. Driven by their experiences we campaign research and influence policies. We also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our parents' helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.
Crosby Row
SE1 1YW London
020 7089 5050
78 Your Housing Group (Merseyside North) 14 Colombus Quay L3 4DB
The St Helens Area Housing Team look after the housing management of circa 1750 homes. The team covers properties in St Helens, Knowsley and Sefton. These are made up of general needs homes and category 1 elderly accommodation.
Riverside Drive
L3 4DB Toxteth, Liverpool
0345 345 0272
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80 Zoe's Place Baby Hospice Zoe's Place Liverpool L12 9HH
Zoe's place provide specialist one to one palliative and respite care for babies and small children aged 0-5. Zoe's place in Liverpool currently cares for 50 babies and their families on a one to one basis 24 hours a day 7 days per week. Zoe's Place is run by people who love and care for babies. Care is always carried out under the supervision of fully qualified childrens nurses and the team have many years experience working with babies with special needs. Zoe's place cares for babies with multiple special needs, and aims to relieve some of the stresses and strains that these families have to carry each day.
Yew Tree Lane
L12 9HH West Derby, Merseyside
0151 228 0353
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