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TMAG’s goal is to bring together like-minded people in the community to practise the art of painting and creating artwork in a number of different media e.g. watercolours, pencil, ink, oils, acrylics, pastel etc. TMAG provide an opportunity for people to be creative and try new art forms, anybody can get involved in art if they have the materials and resources made available. The group is open to all, however most members are aged over 60. Indirectly, TMAG helps to prevent social isolation andREAD MORE
Turning Point was founded in 1964 on the principle of reaching out to support people to find a new direction on their journey and this has always remained the case. Today Turning Point are a social enterprise, providing specialist and integrated services which focus on improving lives and communities. Our tailored personalised care helps achieve positive outcomes by offering choice, creating independence and helping people build a better life.
Turning Point provides substance misuse servicesREAD MORE
Upton Guide Headquarters enable their members to discover and fulfil their potential through an exciting range of enjoyable activities and events, so that they can make a positive contribution to their community. They aim to support both our younger members and adult volunteers to go the extra mile, truly putting girls in the lead. Grant Fundung covered the costs of the installation of a disabled toilet in the Upton Guide HQ Building.
Victoria Park Residents Association (ViPRA) aims to provide the opportunity for the local residents to pursue whatever activities/events that they wish to participate in. Currently, the association has helped to create a local community bike club, a computer class for those of more senior years and local residents litter-pick group. It also plays host to a Credit Union collection point. The local estate comprises of 1300 households, that geographically bounded within the borders of the River MeREAD MORE
Vintage Blacon are a faith-based partnership that provides a services to promote social interaction and a healthy lifestyle for people over the age of 55. Neighbourhood Approaches to Loneliness Project brings together local people in their community to take action within their lives. Grant support helped facilitation and support costs for the group.
Vision Support exists to provide services and support to people across Cheshire, North Wales and Halton who have a vision impairment.
A Cheshire Community Foundation grant has funded a Sight Loss Community Empowerment worker for one year. They will work with people with sight loss of all ages to identify more innovative ways of effectively engaging with and empowering this particularly hard to reach group. The grant will also support organisations in the area to become more inclusive of peREAD MORE
Visyon is a Congleton-based charity that supports the emotional health of over 1200 local children, young people and their families every year, improving their mental health and wellbeing and enabling them to develop the skills and toolkits to sustain and manage positive mental health for the future. They have a strength-based approach and offer support packages to children and young people based on individual need.
31/05/2015, Helping Families – Grant Funding provided holiREAD MORE
The Warrington Aphasia Society’s main aim is to provide support to people suffering from Aphasia, which is a problem with speech. Aphasia affects people of all walks of life and ages and tends to be a result of strokes or brain injury. The society provides a bi-monthly meeting place, where members can meet, socialise and share experiences without fear of embarrassment with other likeminded sufferers, who understand the problem.
11/05/17, Communication – Warrington Aphasia SREAD MORE
Warrington Community Transport provides door to door transport service for those who are elderly or disabled and living in the Warrington area.
30/04/2018, Outlying Areas – The project aims to provide this same door to door, personal service to the outlying areas of Warrington where residents are even more isolated than others. The grant funding will pay for additional driver hours which will allow WCT to include journeys to and from the outlying areas of Warrington twiceREAD MORE
Warrington Craftworkers’ Guild welcomes more than 40 people from across Warrington to its meetings each month, encouraging members to develop craft skills while also promoting friendships. Grant funding enabled the purchase a defibrillator and display cabinet to show the work of members and provide a permanent advertising opportunity at their venue.