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1 Maghull and Lydiate Homewatch Association Maghull Town Hall L31 7BB
Maghull and Lydiate Homewatch Association is run by a volunteer committee on behalf of its members in the Maghull area to coordinate information between the local police and individual scheme members to try and create an environment unattractive to criminals. We can assist in the setting up of new schemes and encourage existing groups to maintain enthusiasm and a community spirit. We act as a communication link and work with local schemes, organisations and Merseyside Police. We work to provide help and assistance for crime prevention and detection for individual homes in the Maghull and Lydiate area and to act as liaison between the police and general public.
Hall Road
L31 7BB Maghull, Merseyside
2 Maghull and Merseyside Canine Society Maghull L31 2HG
Maghull and Merseyside Canine Society organises dog shows under Kennel Club rules and regulations on a yearly basis.
L31 2HG Maghull, Merseyside
0151 523 8339
3 Maghull Baptist Church Maghull Baptist Church L31 3DY
Welcome to Maghull Baptist Church. We are a family church offering a warm and friendly welcome. We have many services, groups and meetings that run throughout the whole week that cater for all ages so we hope you find something to get involved in. We would love to see you. At Maghull Baptist Church our vision is that we might enable people to know, grow and go. Each of us takes our own journey through our relationship with Jesus.
Hall Lane
L31 3DY Maghull, Merseyside
0151 520 2141
4 Maghull Chapel Evangelical Church Maghull Chapel L31 6EE
Welcome to Maghull Chapel evangelical church. If you are new we hope you receive a really warm welcome in our church. Find out about what we believe, where we have come from, where we are going and how you can find your fit in the Maghull Chapel family. Our Vision is to be a loving Christian community honouring God and serving our neighbourhood and sharing our faith. ​We always welcome visitors!
85 Foxhouse Lane
L31 6EE Maghull, Merseyside
0151 526 0428
5 Maghull Community Enterprise Town Lane L31
Maghull Community Enterprise (MCE) is a not-for profit organisation, established from a partnership of volunteers from Maghull Town Council, Maghull Town Team, local businesses and stakeholders. The organisation acts as a catalyst for collaborative community development initiatives across Maghull.
Maghull
L31
07739 632 605.
6 Maghull Cricket Club Old Hall Field L31 3EH
Welcome to the Website of Maghull Cricket Club. Based in the town of Maghull the cricket club has been part of the local community for more than 80 years. Our main ground callled the Old Hall Field has seen massive investment during recent seasons and our coaching provision seeks to provide top class opportunities to junior and senior members alike.
Hall Lane
L31 3EH Maghull, Merseyside
0151 922 6092
7 Maghull Horticultural and Gardening Club Lunar Drive (Netherton) L30 7PN
Maghull Horticultural and Gardening Club is a registered charity providing advocacy, advice, information, education and training on all environmental issues. We work to advance public education, encourage others and improve horticulture.
128 Lunar Drive
L30 7PN Netherton, Merseyside
01695 574 587
8 Maghull Horticultural and Gardening Club Eastway (Maghull) L31 6BT
Maghull Horticultural and Gardening Club is a registered charity providing advocacy, advice, information, education and training on all environmental issues. We work to advance public education, encourage others and improve horticulture.
92 Eastway
L31 6BT Maghull, Merseyside
01695 574 587
9 Maghull in Bloom Maghull in Bloom L31
Maghull in Bloom works to enhance the enviroment of the Maghull area with floral displays and other green improvements.
L31 Maghull, Merseyside
10 Maghull Methodist Church Maghull Methodist Church L31 2HP
Maghull Methodist Church is a Methodist Church in Maghull, Merseyside.
Liverpool Road North
L31 2HP Maghull, Merseyside
0151 260 4619
11 Maghull Parish Institute Maghull Parish Hall L31 6DD
Maghull Parish Institute maintain and develop a hall available for hire by community groups or for parties.
19 Damfield Lane
L31 6DD Maghull, Merseyside
0151 386 2310
12 Maghull Photography Club Grayson Memorial Hall / Lydiate Parish Hall L31 4EQ
Maghull Photography Club are a small and friendly group of both male and female photographers with varying levels of experience and abilities. We share a great interest in photography and are always keen to learn and to help others improve their skills. We not only value the traditional photographic methods but as the art of photography and its equipment continues to improve we embrace the latest technology. Many of our photos are for sale and are available from our website.
Southport Road
L31 4EQ Lydiate, Merseyside
Jill 0151 526 7563 Liz 01695 570190
13 Maghull Young Adults Social Club Maghull Royal British Legion L31 7DJ
Club for young adults with learning disabilities. Maghull Young Adults Social Club provides a social evening once a month and party nights throughout the year. The club is open to over 18's only.
Liverpool Road South
L31 7DJ Maghull, Merseyside
0151 526 6610
14 Make It Workshop Cambridge Walks PR8 QEN
From humble beginnings (a small workshop for refurbishing hand tools and sewing machines for charity) we have become a full-blown community-based company. The drivers behind this evolution have been the need to raise funds, the enterprising efforts of our members and the demands emerging from our local community. We exist to: provide volunteering and paid work opportunities, especially for younger people; provide a business environment wherein younger members can learn valuable real-world employability, organisational and inter-personal skills; provide a way in which older members can ‘give back’ to their community through a process of skills transfer; support charitable and other community-concerned causes and to play our part in regenerating our town centre. As a Social Enterprise, our dedicated staff of mainly unpaid volunteers (now numbering around 25 and growing) work together as a team to sustain the company in providing the community services it offers, whilst at the same time supporting and collaborating with other like-minded groups and organisations including: The Men’s Sheds Association, Tools with a Mission, up-cycling experts Total Reuse in Skelmersdale and charities such as Macmillan Cancer Research, Combat Stress and AgeUK to name but a few.
Cambridge Arcade Off Eastbank Street
PR8 QEN Southport
01704 535123 / 07930 277240
15 Make It Workshop MakeItWorkshop CIC PR8 1EN
From humble beginnings (a small workshop for refurbishing hand tools and sewing machines for charity) we have become a full-blown community-based company. The drivers behind this evolution have been the need to raise funds, the enterprising efforts of our members and the demands emerging from our local community. We exist to: provide volunteering and paid work opportunities, especially for younger people; provide a business environment wherein younger members can learn valuable real-world employability, organisational and inter-personal skills; provide a way in which older members can ‘give back’ to their community through a process of skills transfer; support charitable and other community-concerned causes and to play our part in regenerating our town centre. As a Social Enterprise, our dedicated staff of mainly unpaid volunteers (now numbering around 25 and growing) work together as a team to sustain the company in providing the community services it offers, whilst at the same time supporting and collaborating with other like-minded groups and organisations including: The Men’s Sheds Association, Tools with a Mission, up-cycling experts Total Reuse in Skelmersdale and charities such as Macmillan Cancer Research, Combat Stress and AgeUK to name but a few.
8-18 Cambridge Walks
PR8 1EN Ssouthport
01704 535123 / 07930 277240
16 Making Space Palmyra L22 1RD
Making Space is a UK charity providing quality care and support to people with a wide variety of needs including those with physical and/or mental health conditions, learning disabilities and dementia. We also offer the same level of support to their friends, families and carers – enabling each and every user of our services to shape their life around personal aspirations and circumstances.
38 Great Georges Road Waterloo
L22 1RD Liverpool
01925 571680
17 Making Space Leicester Street PR9 0ER
Making Space is a UK charity providing quality care and support to people with a wide variety of needs including those with physical and/or mental health conditions, learning disabilities and dementia. We also offer the same level of support to their friends, families and carers – enabling each and every user of our services to shape their life around personal aspirations and circumstances.
25 Leicester Street
PR9 0ER Southport
01925 571680
18 Maple Court Social Group Maple Court L21 9PF
Maple Court Social Group organises events including days out, parties, afternoon tea, and bingo. All ages are welcome to these events.
21 Mitchell Crescent
L21 9PF Litherland, Merseyside
19 Margaret Roper House Nugent Care Margaret Roper House PR8 3BW
Located in Birkdale near Southport, Margaret Roper House provides care for people living with enduring mental health problems, in a therapeutic environment. The Home is a modern building, set in landscaped gardens and within walking distance of the local village of Ainsdale and offers excellent care in homely, pleasant surroundings in small group living areas. Each area has its own lounge, dining room and bathroom, offering good quality of life, privacy and independence. All residents have a choice in a nutritionally balanced diet.
447 Liverpool Road
PR8 3BW Birkdale, Southport, Merseyside
01704 574 348
20 Marie Curie Cancer Care Marie Cure Charity Shop - (Formby) L37 7AT
Marie Curie Cancer Care: •is dedicated to providing more and better care for patients and their families through the Marie Curie Nursing Service and its nine hospices. •is committed to carrying out the research and innovation necessary to find out what the best possible care is and how best to provide it. •will ensure measures are in place to give people the choice of place their end of life care and death through The Marie Curie Delivering Choice Programme •is determined that the needs of the dying remain on the political agenda and will continue to campaign for patients to be able to die in their own homes in all four countries of the UK through its policy and public affairs work.
64 Brows Lane
L37 7AT Formby, Merseyside
0800 716 146
21 Marie Curie Cancer Care Marie Curie Hospice L25 8QA
Marie Curie Cancer Care: •is dedicated to providing more and better care for patients and their families through the Marie Curie Nursing Service and its nine hospices. •is committed to carrying out the research and innovation necessary to find out what the best possible care is and how best to provide it. •will ensure measures are in place to give people the choice of place their end of life care and death through The Marie Curie Delivering Choice Programme •is determined that the needs of the dying remain on the political agenda and will continue to campaign for patients to be able to die in their own homes in all four countries of the UK through its policy and public affairs work.
Speke Road
L25 8QA Woolton, Merseyside
0800 716 146
22 Marie Curie Cancer Care Marie Curie Charity Shop - (Netherton) L30 5QA
Marie Curie Cancer Care: •is dedicated to providing more and better care for patients and their families through the Marie Curie Nursing Service and its nine hospices. •is committed to carrying out the research and innovation necessary to find out what the best possible care is and how best to provide it. •will ensure measures are in place to give people the choice of place their end of life care and death through The Marie Curie Delivering Choice Programme •is determined that the needs of the dying remain on the political agenda and will continue to campaign for patients to be able to die in their own homes in all four countries of the UK through its policy and public affairs work.
34 Marian Square Netherton
L30 5QA
0800 716 146
23 Marie Curie Cancer Care Marie Curie Charity Shop - (Maghull) L31 0DQ
Marie Curie Cancer Care: •is dedicated to providing more and better care for patients and their families through the Marie Curie Nursing Service and its nine hospices. •is committed to carrying out the research and innovation necessary to find out what the best possible care is and how best to provide it. •will ensure measures are in place to give people the choice of place their end of life care and death through The Marie Curie Delivering Choice Programme •is determined that the needs of the dying remain on the political agenda and will continue to campaign for patients to be able to die in their own homes in all four countries of the UK through its policy and public affairs work.
24 Westway Maghull
L31 0DQ Liverpool
0800 716 146
24 Marie Curie Cancer Care Marie Curie Charity Shop - (Waterloo) L22 0LT
Marie Curie Cancer Care: •is dedicated to providing more and better care for patients and their families through the Marie Curie Nursing Service and its nine hospices. •is committed to carrying out the research and innovation necessary to find out what the best possible care is and how best to provide it. •will ensure measures are in place to give people the choice of place their end of life care and death through The Marie Curie Delivering Choice Programme •is determined that the needs of the dying remain on the political agenda and will continue to campaign for patients to be able to die in their own homes in all four countries of the UK through its policy and public affairs work.
105 South Road Waterloo
L22 0LT
0800 716 146
25 Marie Curie Hospice Liverpool Marie Curie Hospice Liverpool - Headquarters L25 8QA
Located in the peaceful Woolton Village conservation area, the purpose-built Marie Curie Hospice, Liverpool offers a modern approach to care with a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. We offer specialist care for people living with a terminal illness and support for families, completely free. Our in-patient unit has 30 beds. We have a fully-equipped day service department and some services are offered in patients’ homes.
Speke Road Woolton
L25 8QA Liverpool
0151 801 1400
26 Marina Sands Junior Football Club Marina Sands Junior Football Club L23 0SL
Junior Football Club for boys aged 6 and over. Our summer school runs every year and has both boys and girls football for those aged age 6 and over.
Marldon Avenue
L23 0SL Crosby, Merseyside
0151 949 0556
27 Marriage Care Liverpool Wirral and Merseyside Hudson Primary School L31 5LE
We offer marriage preparation, relationship counselling and more. We specialise in helping couples married or not build and sustain strong, fulfilling, healthy relationships, and in providing support in times of relationship difficulty. Why? Because better relationships make for better lives, more stable families and a stronger society.
Moorhey Road
L31 5LE Maghull, Merseyside
020 7371 1341
28 Marriage Care Liverpool Wirral and Merseyside Parenting 2000 PR9 OTS
We offer marriage preparation, relationship counselling and more. We specialise in helping couples married or not build and sustain strong, fulfilling, healthy relationships, and in providing support in times of relationship difficulty. Why? Because better relationships make for better lives, more stable families and a stronger society.
Mornington Road
PR9 OTS Southport, Merseyside
020 7371 1341
29 Marshside Primary School Parents and Friends Association Marshside Primary School PR9 9XA
Our Parents and Friends Association (PFA) is a registered charity and it is run by a committee of dedicated volunteers. Recently a new committee has been elected and we are grateful for all the hard work and effort from previous committee members and volunteers. The PFA have raised thousands of pounds in previous years which has been spent on equipment and resources to enhance our children’s education experience and the school’s facilities. Funds are spent on the extras that are not provided by the school’s budget. This makes our children’s learning experiences so much more fulfilling and exciting.
Elswick Road
PR9 9XA Southport, Merseyside
30 Marshside Road Methodist Church Southport Marshside Road Methodist Church Southport PR9 9TL
Marshside Road Methodist Church Southport aim to fulfill God's vision in the local community. Through fellowship, nurture and all inclusive worship Marshside Methodist Church aims to provide an inviting, welcoming and all embracing environment that brings glory to God and fulfils God's vision for both the current Church family and all people of the local Community.
Marshside Road
PR9 9TL Southport, Merseyside
01704 227 296
31 Marshside Temperance Hall Marshside Temperance Hall PR9 9UR
Marshside Temperance Hall is a community facility hosting the Marshside Brass Band, over 60's club. We have chair exercises and tai chi for older citizens. We have dance activities including Marshside School of Dance and C Wright Creative Dance.
63a Shellfield Road
PR9 9UR Southport, Merseyside
01704 226731
32 Martin Mere Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust WWT Martin Mere L40 0TA
The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (or WWT) is a conservation charity that saves wetlands which are essential for life itself. Wetlands are the primary source of drinking water for people and wildlife. They also connect us with nature and with ourselves through beautiful landscapes and inspiring encounters with wildlife. The WWT ethos starts with the simple act of feeding a duck. That innocent connection with nature is more special if you are feeding the world’s rarest goose which had to be saved from extinction by our expert aviculturists.
Fish Lane
L40 0TA Burscough, West Lancs
01704 895181
33 May Logan Healthy Living Centre May Logan Centre L20 5DQ
The May Logan healthy Living Centre opened its doors on the 27th September 1999 in Bootle, Merseyside. Dedicated to improving the health, wellbeing and quality of life for local people, it was the result of a ground breaking partnership between Liverpool Housing Trust, who built and still manage the Centre, and Sefton Health Authority (now NHS) who provide the core funding.
294 Knowsley Road
L20 5DQ Bootle, Liverpool
0151 922 8588
34 Mayor of Sefton's Charity Fund Mayor of Sefton's Charity Fund Bootle Town Hall L20 7AE
The Mayor of Sefton's charity fund is a trust that was set up to assist the people of Sefton. We are a registered charity. As a charity we help many of the smaller charitable and voluntary groups that do not have a national profile and sometimes find fundraising rather difficult because they are not well known outside of the local area in which they operate.
Oriel Road
L20 7AE Bootle, Liverpool
0151 934 2062
35 Melling Baptist Community Project Melling Baptist Community Project L31 1LJ
Melling Baptist Community Project is a Community project run by volunteers which runs a toddler group, coffee mornings, Gospel choir and summer holiday groups. we also run Flower Power where you can create hanging baskets.
7 Archers Fold
L31 1LJ Melling, Merseyside
07963706183
36 Melling in Bloom Melling Residents Community Association L31 1DQ
Melling in Bloom meet at the Ratepayers’ Club on the second Monday of each month at 6pm
Waddicar Lane
L31 1DQ Melling, Merseyside
37 Melling Parish Council Melling Primary School L31 1DA
Welcome to Melling Parish Council. We hope that you find lots of useful and interesting information about the Village. Melling is a semi rural village located between Aintree and Maghull. The Leeds Liverpool canal runs through the village.
Wheeler Drive Melling
L31 1DA
07541 382220
38 Melling Tithebarn Arts Association Melling Tithebarn L31 1EE
Welcome to the Melling Tithebarn Arts Association. We are a charitable organisation based in Melling on Merseyside. Our stated aim is to foster understanding and appreciation of the arts among people residing in Melling and the surrounding areas. We promote musical events, dramatic events, performances and exhibitions. Details of bookings are on our calendar on our website. Tickets can be reserved in advance from any committee member and they are available via leaving a message on 0151 526 7238 or by paying on the door.
Tithebarn Lane
L31 1EE Melling, Merseyside
0151 526 7238
39 MENCAP Liverpool MENCAP Liverpool L1 5BW
Mencap Liverpool is a local, independent charity that promotes equality for people with a learning disability - helping them to discover new opportunities, make new friends, and feel valued and safe in their community
9 Lydia Ann Street
L1 5BW Liverpool
0151 707 8582
40 Meningitis Now Fern House GL5 3TJ
Our vision is a future where no one in the UK loses their life to meningitis and everyone affected gets the support they need to rebuild their lives. Our mission is to achieve that vision through our five main priorities. We provide a voice for individuals. We save lives by funding research. We reduce the impact of the disease by raising awareness. We provide dedicated support. We raise the funds we need.
Bath Road Stroud
GL5 3TJ Gloucestershire
0345 120 4764
41 Merchant Taylor's Old Boys Association Charitable Trust Merchant Taylor's School L23
Any charitable work relating to Merchant Taylor's Boys School, Crosby or its present or past members.
Liverpool Road, Crosby
L23 Liverpool
42 Merchant Taylor's Old Girls Association Merchant Taylors School L23 0QP
We aim to keep former pupils of the school in touch with each other whatever their age.
Liverpool Road
L23 0QP Crosby, Merseyside
01704 874976
43 Mere Park Residents Association Mere Park L23 7TS
As local residents we care for and support the maintenance of a much loved local beauty spot called The Duck Pond.
Cambridge Road
L23 7TS Crosby, Merseyside
07954 410646
44 Mersey Region Epilepsy Association (MREA) The Neurosupport Centre L3 8LR
Independent charity working towards improving the quality of life for people with epilepsy and their families across Merseyside and Cheshire area. Offers a free and confidential community-based service, which aims to give support and information on a personal basis.
Norton Street
L3 8LR Liverpool
0151 298 2666
45 Merseyside and West Lancashire Bat Group Merseyside and West Lancashire Bat Group PR4 5JJ
The Merseyside and West Lancashire Bat Group is a group of individuals who have an interest in all things Bat. We have similar aims to learn and share knowledge in addition to furthering the cause of bat conservation in its many forms at times this might include doing walks, talks and caring for injured bats. We are also always eager to hear from others so if you have an interesting tale to tell, would like to know more about the group or would like to know more about bats in general then please contact us.
C/O 37 Hall Carr Lane
PR4 5JJ Walmer Bridge, West Lancs
01772 617906
46 Merseyside Association Of Ghanaians Merseyside Association of Ghanaians L7 6QD
Merseyside Association of Ghanaians began in 1987 as the welfare in Liverpool. The work gradually evolved until in 1990 Merseyside Association of Ghanaians became an independently Registered Charity. Its Management Committee is drawn from all sections of the Ghanaian community on Merseyside, and also includes students from The University of Liverpool, School of tropical medicine and representatives of the community we serve and statutory agencies. We offer welfare rights information services to individuals at our office on tunnel road, and as an outreach Service in the community.
4 Tunnel Road
L7 6QD Kensington, Liverpool
0151 233 6140
47 Merseyside BioBank Court Hey Park L16 3NA
Merseyside BioBank (or MBB) is the Environmental Local Records Centre for North Merseyside. This makes it the central co-ordinating body for the management of biological and geological data in the area. In addition we support the biological recording community and promote wider participation in conservation. We would like to hear from you if you have information to share, have a request for environmental data, want to know about merseyside wildlife or you would like to contribute to increasing our knowledge of North Merseyside Bio or Geo diversity.
Roby Road
L16 3NA Childwall, Merseyside
0151 737 4150
48 Merseyside Black History Month Group Merseyside Black History Month Group L8 3TX
Merseyside Black History Month Group (or MBHMG) works to ensure that the recognition and celebration of Black History is promoted in Merseyside. We promote, support and encourage representatives of the community across Merseyside Our plan for this year is to raise the necessary finances for this year's activities. We run activities during Blick History Month which is in October. At MBHMG we are determined to use this year to develop our work and get more people involved so that we can better serve the whole of the community.
19 Devonshire Road
L8 3TX Toxteth, Liverpool
49 Merseyside Children's Holiday Fund Standhouse Lane L39 5AR
It provides a holiday in North Wales for disadvantaged children from the Liverpool area. Merseyside Children's Holiday Fund was registered in 1990. Their charity registration number is 702960.
14 Standhouse Lane
L39 5AR Ormskirk, West Lancs
01695 424172
50 Merseyside County Crown Green Bowling Association Hightown Cricket Club L38 3RQ
Hello and welcome to the Merseyside County Crown Green Bowling Association. From Formby in the north, Widnes in the east, Wirral in the south and everything in between our region has thousands of players, thousands of members, 200 clubs and 30 leagues playing bowls competitively or socially. Crown green bowling is a cheap sport to play and can offer a competitive challenges, development of hand-eye co-ordination and comes with the recommendation of the government of a way of staying active.
Thirlmere Road
L38 3RQ Hightown, Merseyside
51 Merseyside County Crown Green Bowling Association Merseyside County Crown Green Bowling Association CH61 8SB
Hello and welcome to the Merseyside County Crown Green Bowling Association. From Formby in the north, Widnes in the east, Wirral in the south and everything in between our region has thousands of players, thousands of members, 200 clubs and 30 leagues playing bowls competitively or socially. Crown green bowling is a cheap sport to play and can offer a competitive challenges, development of hand-eye co-ordination and comes with the recommendation of the government of a way of staying active.
94 Fishers Lane
CH61 8SB Pensby, Wirral
52 Merseyside County Crown Green Bowling Association Crescent Bowling Club L20 6HF
Hello and welcome to the Merseyside County Crown Green Bowling Association. From Formby in the north, Widnes in the east, Wirral in the south and everything in between our region has thousands of players, thousands of members, 200 clubs and 30 leagues playing bowls competitively or socially. Crown green bowling is a cheap sport to play and can offer a competitive challenges, development of hand-eye co-ordination and comes with the recommendation of the government of a way of staying active.
Moss Lane
L20 6HF Bootle, Liverpool
53 Merseyside County Schools Football Association Merseyside County Schools Football Association L37 2YT
The Merseyside County Schools’ Football Association (or MCSFA) was founded in 1974. The MCSFA is responsible for servicing schools and colleges with football in the local schools’ football association. The MCSFA is affiliated to the English Schools’ Football Association (or ESFA) and the Northern Counties Schools’ Football Association (or NCSFA). The MCSFA adopts a policy of zero tolerance towards behaviour verbal or otherwise shown by players or others at any football match under its jurisdiction deemed to be of a racist, sexist, homophobic or any other abusive nature. The MCSFA supports totally the FA’s Respect Campaign.
53 Stapleton Road
L37 2YT Formby, Merseyside
54 Merseyside Crime Stoppers Crimestoppers Trust SM6 6BG
The Crimestoppers committee in Merseyside is dedicated to fighting crime across the area. We raise awareness of Crimestoppers throughout the communities in Merseyside. The team empower people to speak out about criminal activities. Merseyside Crime Stoppers enable people to give information about crime anonymously in Merseyside every day. To pass on information about crime anonymously call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or fill out our secure Anonymous Online Form. You can also scroll through the Most Wanted Gallery for Merseyside.
PO Box 324
SM6 6BG Wallington
0208 835 3700 / 07900 694 904
55 Merseyside Cycling Development Group Merseyside CH46 3RS
Merseyside Cycling Development Group promotes cycling in the Merseyside area. We also work with Councils to support the community and local schools in an effort to help everyone to ride a bike for both leisure and competition.
Murrayfield Drive Leasowe
CH46 3RS Wirral
Phone 0151 678 2654 Mobile 07970 834 298
56 Merseyside Dance Initiative Merseyside Dance Initiative L1 9BX
Merseyside Dance Initiative (or MDI) is one of the UK’s leading strategic dance agencies whose mission is to inspire people through dance. From our Liverpool base we work with partners to create a healthy and vibrant infrastructure for dance. We support dance artists through a professional development programme, offering information, free studio time, regular dance intensives and opportunities for freelance work in educational, corporate and community settings.
24 Hope Street
L1 9BX Liverpool
0151 708 8810
57 Merseyside Development Foundation Booth House L24 9HZ
Merseyside Development Foundation provide support to community and voluntary organisations in Merseyside. We also offer support, advice and training to individuals.
Speke Boulevard
L24 9HZ Speke, Merseyside
0151 448 0204
58 Merseyside Disability Federation Joseph Lappin Centre L13 5TF
We are passionate about breaking down the barriers in society that disable people. While our roots are on Merseyside, we work with many different people across the North West to positively influence policy and practice in local government, health, employment and the wider voluntary sector.
Mill Lane
L13 5TF Wavertree, Liverpool
0151 282 8020
59 Merseyside Energy Efficiency Advice Centre (MEEAC) Manor Trust Building CH44 4HF
To advance education and public awareness of energy efficiency and other environmental initiatives. To advise on discounts, grants, loans, energy efficiency, affordable warmth, insulation, efficient heating, alternative energy sources and solar water heating.
79 Gorsey Lane
CH44 4HF Wallasey, Wirral
0151 639 7357
60 Merseyside Environmental Trust Roxby Building Environmental Sciences University Of Liverpool L69 7ZT
Merseyside Environmental Trust (or MET) exists to raise awareness of environmental issues through promoting open discussion of global conerns, local concerns, enquiries and debate through our unique position as a politically neutral charitable body. We also provide a programme of small grants to local voluntary organisations carrying out practical work on the Merseyside environment and act as a signposting body for environmental events and activities in the region.
Chatham Street
L69 7ZT Liverpool
61 Merseyside Expanding Horizons The Joseph Lappin Centre L13 5TF
We deliver innovative and collaborative solutions to promote social inclusion, information and advice, mentoring programmes, training, employment support, volunteering and a range of employment, entrepreneurship and social enterprise support. We have a wide range of partnerships and deliver projects to support disadvantaged groups both at a local and a European level.
Mill Lane
L13 5TF Old Swan, Liverpool
0151 330 0552
62 Merseyside Former Boxers Association Merseyside Former Boxers Association L22 1RT
The Merseyside Former Boxers’ Association has set itself the task of recording and preserving the proud history of Merseyside boxing. In 2006 the Merseyside and Wirral former boxers’ associations were awarded Heritage Lottery Funding to enable them to compile a Boxing Archive of Merseyside. Over 50 oral interviews with former boxers were recorded and hundreds of boxing related images were scanned. Also a large collection of boxing memorabilia and artefacts were collected by the associations.
19 Marlborough Road
L22 1RT Waterloo, Merseyside
63 Merseyside Jewish Community Care Shifrin House L15 3JL
Merseyside Jewish Community Care has served the Jewish community for over 130 years. Providing practical assistance to Jewish parents and children, older people, disabled people, the visually imparied, those coping with mental health problems, families on low income and people who have become isolated from the community. We offer advice, befriending, counselling, daytime activities, carers' services, small hardship and children's holdiay grants, kosher meals service and links and referrals to other caring agencies.
433 Smithdown Road
L15 3JL Wavertree, Liverpool
0151 733 2292
64 Merseyside Partially Sighted Society Rosebourne Close L17 7HB
We are a social group and we can provide inform on the condition. We help each other to overcome being partially sighted.
1 Rosebourne Close
L17 7HB Aigburth, Liverpool
0151 726 0161
65 Merseyside Playing Fields Association Merseyside Playing Fields Association L18 4QE
The Merseyside Playing Fields Association work to promote all forms of play and recreation for children and young people. We also work with disadvantaged children from deprived areas of Merseyside. We work with the five local authorities these being Liverpool City Region, Sefton, St Helens, Knowsley and Wirral. We work to raise funds and make grants to groups organising activities for children. We also co-operate in securing and preserving recreational facilities.
5 Glenmore Avenue
L18 4QE Mossley Hill, Liverpool
0151 724 1296
66 Merseyside Polonia Oriel Chambers L2 8TD
Merseyside Polonia is the most recognised Polish not for profit organisation in Merseyside. It was established in 2009 as a charitable organisation. The organisation is based in Liverpool but the project and events often involve communities from other boroughs on both sides of the River Mersey. In the past few years Merseyside Polonia has built up strong links with local authorities, services, organisations, insitutions and founders. We have worked with Liverpool City Council, Polish Cultural Insititute and BBC Children in Need.
First Floor Water Street
L2 8TD Liverpool
0151 352 6253
67 Merseyside Residents Network Merseyside Residents Network L3 5QF
Merseyside Residents Network is voluntary organisation which represents, informs and empowers local residents and grass roots communities on Merseyside to ensure as many local people as possible have a stronger collective voice. We are a residents assembly giving voice regionally and nationally to residents. We launched in April 2007 as the Merseyside regional umbrella representative organisation for residents living in Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral.
1-27 Bridport Street
L3 5QF Liverpool
0151 707 0707
68 Merseyside Rett Syndrome Group Pennington Ave L20 6JG
Welcome to Merseyside Rett Syndrome Group. We run many events for those effected by Rett syndrome. We meet regularly every 4-6 weeks in a social setting. We welcome parents, carers and family members for an informal get together. We have family days out.
5 Pennington Ave
L20 6JG Bootle, Liverpool
07877 964 892
69 Merseyside Scouts Tawd Vale Scout Camp Tawd Vale Scout Camp L40 5UL
Consisting of 80 acres of lush woodlands in the heart of the West Lancs countryside our scout camp called Tawd Vale has long been a favourite site for generations of campers. Volunteer parties for many years have developed the area into one of the foremost sites in Britain. The River Tawd from which the site derives its name wanders through the centre of the camp and adds to the natural beauty of the surrounding area and making the Scout Camp a place of fun and adventure.
Lowry Hill Lane
L40 5UL Parbold, West Lancs
01695 722 866
70 Merseyside Society For Deaf People 3TC House L22 0NY
MSDP exists to support, promote and advance the quality of life for all deaf, deaf-blind and hard of hearing people. Services are delivered from two centres in Liverpool and Wirral and surgeries are held in other geographical locations.The Society provides a range of statutory services for three local authorities (Liverpool, Sefton & Wirral), is the recognised accredited training centre for British sign language and is able to provide sign language interpreters.. As well as sign language training, MSDP provide comprehensive equality and diversity training and customised (BSL) information service. The society operate an OFSTED approved and Investors in Children accredited children and families service. MSDP is the host to a number of other community groups.
16 Crosby Road North
L22 0NY Waterloo, Merseyside
0151 228 0888
71 Merseyside Welfare Rights Dovecot Office L14 9PH
The overall objective of Merseyside Welfare Rights is to combat poverty and homelessness by providing free, accessible, confidential quality advice and representation to assist clients to pursue their legal rights within a framework of equality and opportunity. Our main office is located in Liverpool. We have a community advice service that operates from Dovecot and includes outreach advice service in Old Swan and Princes Drive, providing a service for one of the most economically deprived areas in the country.
Dovecot Parade
L14 9PH Dovecot, Mersyside
0151 709 0504
72 Merseyside Welfare Rights Bold Street L1 4DN
The overall objective of Merseyside Welfare Rights is to combat poverty and homelessness by providing free, accessible, confidential quality advice and representation to assist clients to pursue their legal rights within a framework of equality and opportunity. Our main office is located in Liverpool. We have a community advice service that operates from Dovecot and includes outreach advice service in Old Swan and Princes Drive, providing a service for one of the most economically deprived areas in the country.
35 Bold Street
L1 4DN Liverpool
0151 709 0504
73 Merseyside Yemeni Community Association Beaumont Street L8 0UZ
Supporting residents with information and advice and advocacy. We have a drop-in, swimming for ladies, yoga for ladies, girls and boys football and luncheon club for pensioners. Translation and interpretation service also available.
Beaumont Street
L8 0UZ Toxteth, Liverpool
0151 7076622
74 Merseyside Youth Association Limited Gordon Youth Centre L30 1RG
MYA creates positive and lasting change in the lives of young people via a diverse range of universal and targeted support services. Utilising youth work methodologies across diverse curriculum area (e.g. health, sports, art, education) we deliver a wide range of early intervention, prevention services, workforce development and infrastructure support across Merseyside.
Brecon Avenue
L30 1RG Netherton, Merseyside
0151 702 0700
75 Merseyside Youth Association Limited Abney Building L1 3DY
MYA creates positive and lasting change in the lives of young people via a diverse range of universal and targeted support services. Utilising youth work methodologies across diverse curriculum area (e.g. health, sports, art, education) we deliver a wide range of early intervention, prevention services, workforce development and infrastructure support across Merseyside.
65-67 Hanover Street
L1 3DY Liverpool
0151 702 0700
76 Merseyside Youth Association Limited SPACE centre L20 4JQ
MYA creates positive and lasting change in the lives of young people via a diverse range of universal and targeted support services. Utilising youth work methodologies across diverse curriculum area (e.g. health, sports, art, education) we deliver a wide range of early intervention, prevention services, workforce development and infrastructure support across Merseyside.
106 Marsh Lane
L20 4JQ Bootle, Liverpool
0151 702 0700
77 MerseySpring CIC MerseySpring CIC - Headquarters
Our primary aim is to create a collective voice, develop community engagement, involvement and innovation. To provide Education, Training, Volunteering, Employment opportunities E.T.V.E Exchange information, create transparency, share best practice and promote the principals of asset based community development (ABCD) and Co-production. Develop expertise and best practice through assessing local needs, including untapped assets and resources. Practice and promote an ethos of social responsibility and citizenship. Attract, Engage & Empower the wider community in our vision of Recovery and Community cohesion. Enable people to develop and sustain their own personal recovery journey. To embrace recovery diversity in all its forms. Drive to remove social stigma through education, media and training. To help people affected by substance misuse, Mental health, Crime, Homelessness, Anti-social behaviour, Domestic violence and other barriers to social equality. To develop employment opportunities through our collective initiative, drive and ambition. To provide Education and Training with a view toward Volunteering/Employment opportunities. To be accessible to individuals, families and communities as a whole.
07985726519
78 Migrant Workers Sefton Community Shakespeare House PR8 5AB
Migrant Workers Sefton Community aim to help migrant workers and their families to integrate into the local community. We offer advocacy and complimentary services.
37-39 Shakespeare Street
PR8 5AB Southport, Merseyside
01704 514159
79 Milap Festival Trust The Capstone Building, Liverpool Hope University L6 1HP
Milapfest is Britain’s leading Indian arts development trust producing world class performances, education and artist development opportunities across the UK. Milapfest’s aim is to Unite Hearts Through Arts by providing audiences, artists and teachers with memorable and inspirational experiences of Indian arts through a dynamic programme of performances, tours, commissions, festivals and innovative educational projects. In the exciting and challenging task of building and strengthening today’s multicultural Britain our committed endeavour is to unite the hearts and minds of all communities through an exhilarating celebration of arts and culture.
17 Shaw Street
L6 1HP Liverpool
0151 291 3949
80 Mood Swings New Mount Street M4 4DE
Mood Swings is an award winning Manchester based charity founded in 1999 to help people recover from mood problems and the severe emotional distress they can cause. Mood problems can range from periods of severe anxiety or depression to episodes of high and low mood. The effects on education, employment, relationships and family life can be devastating. The work of the charity is based on a belief that people can recover from severe mood problems and move on to lead happier and fuller lives.
36 New Mount Street
M4 4DE Manchester
0161 832 3736
81 Moor Lane Methodist Church Crosby Moor Lane Methodist Church L23 2UQ
Moor Lane Methodist Church Christian place of worship
Moor Lane
L23 2UQ Crosby, Liverpool
0151 284 4310
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Disabled Parking
Wheelchair Access
82 Moorside Park Bowling Club Moorside Park L23 2RR
Moorside Park Bowling Club are situated on Moorside Road in Crosby. We are primarily a very friendly and social bowling club however we do have club competitions and several bowling teams in various leagues. Membership is either full, ladies and junior. You are more than welcome to visit the club, try the various activities and come for a cup of tea or a chat. You will be made most welcome. Club bowling competitions take place on Saturday afternoons from April to September and would be a good day to visit. For more information please phone leave your comments on our website.
Moorside Road
L23 2RR Great Crosby, Merseyside
83 Most Holy Redeemer and St Kentigern RC Church Melling Roman Catholic Church L31 1DY
Holy Redeemer and St Kentigern Roman Catholic Church Melling
Waddicar Lane
L31 1DY Melling, Merseyside
01695 422126
84 Mothers Union Liverpool Diocese St James' House L1 7BY
Mothers' Union in the Diocese of Liverpool is 120 years old and has 87 branches and approaching 3,000 members. Members are not all mothers or even all women. Men, single, married, parents, grandparents or young adults are welcome. Membership is spread across 81 countries and there are in excess of 4 million members. We actively pursue our vision through our faith, programme work, advocacy and policy outreach. By supporting marriage and family life especially through times of adversity. We tackle the most urgent needs challenging relationships and communities and in the past two years Mothers' Union has provided a platform for leaders to come together from 20 countries demonstrating a unity of faith and purpose.
20 St James Road
L1 7BY Liverpool
0151 705 2110