Equity Centre, 1 Longlands Street, Bradford, BD1 2TP admin@equitypartnership.org.uk 01274 727759

Support for Asylum Seekers

Accommodation and Homelessness

Abigail Housing:

Destitution Project: Housing in Bradford for asylum seekers made homeless by negative asylum decisions. Contact: 07908 364112 or email: asylumseeker@abigailhousing.org.uk

Refugee Housing Project: Temporary accommodation, currently only in Leeds, for those with leave to remain whose Home Office support has just ended, and then help in finding suitable longer-term accommodation. Contact: 07743 189314 or email refugee@abigailhousing.org.uk

Volunteering Project:

Maggie Lolashvili:
Tel: 07802 723066
Email: maggiel@abigailhousing.org.uk


Beacon Hosting Project

Provides short and medium accommodation for destitute asylum seekers within the homes of volunteer hosts

Will Sutcliffe: hosting@beaconbradford.org
Tel: 07505 053149

BEVAN House Homeless and New Arrivals Health Team

Our work is mainly outreach in people’s homes or where they are staying. We provide holistic health interventions for individuals and families which help and engage people to use mainstream services. Key parts of our work are TB screening and education about TB and mental health interventions by qualified practitioners.
14 Piccadilly, Bradford BD1 3LS.
Fax: 01274 227927
Tel: 01274 227554 (Fiona Lerner) or 227555

DISC Nightshelter

Discovery House, 133 Barkerend Road, Bradford, BD3 9AU

2 female and 5 male bed spaces available for those with ‘no recourse to public funds.

Tel: 01274 309165

HOPE Housing

Hope Housing provides supported accommodation to the homeless in houses across the City, including some provision for those with No Recourse to Public Funds. You can contact Hope Housing for referrals to our supported accommodation on 01274 900764 or email helen@hopehousing.org.uk


Bradford Nightstop provides free emergency accommodation for young homeless people aged 16-25 in the homes of trained volunteers or in a room at a local hostel. Our accommodation is for one night at a time. Young People are provided with an evening meal and the chance of a bath or a shower.
Unit 86, Carlisle Business Centre, 60 Carlisle Road, Bradford, BD8 8BD
Tel: 01274 776888.
Email: admin@bradfordnightstop.org.uk


Showers, laundry, hot drinks + snacks, storage of small items, phone, internet, TV and books
Mon- Fri : 8.30am – 5pm Bus Outreach: Thurs – Sat: 8pm – 12am
Sat, Sun: 11am – 3pm
371 Leeds Rd
Bradford BD3 9NG
01274 397211

Advice and Information

BRITISH RED CROSS Refugee Support Service

Destitution Drop-in. A welcoming and safe space for asylum seekers to get advice, use computers and meet others. Every Tuesday at the Millside Centre, 131 Grattan Road, Bradford, BD1 2HS from 10:00 – 14:00.

Contact Sam Baka:
07872 007819/ 0113 201 5258
Email: SBaka@redcross.org.uk for more information (Monday – Thursday) or contact the office on 0113 2015240 and ask to speak to Refugee Support on Fridays.

REFUGEE ACTION (Formerly Bradford Action for Refugees)

The ADVICE SERVICE provides advice and assistance to refugees and asylum seekers who reside in the Bradford District on a number of issues such as housing, employment, health and wellbeing, integration and welfare benefits.
Monday: Advice drop-in and appointments 10:00am – 3:30pm *closed for lunch 1pm – 2pm
Tuesday: 10:00am – 3:30pm *closed for lunch 1pm – 2pm
Thursday: Advice drop-in and appointments 10:00am – 3:30pm *closed for lunch 1pm – 2pm
*Please note that drop in sessions are very busy and we may only be able to see the first 10 clients

Working English:

Course and mentor support to improve the English needed to access the job market, support with CV creation, applications, interview practice and help to access other training opportunities.

Contact – Ruth Gray
Tel: 01274 924980/07702906948
Email: RuthG@Refugee-Action.org.uk

Refugee Action
40A Piccadilly Bradford BD1 3NN
Tel: 01274 924982



c/o Khidmat Centre, 36 Spencer Road, Bradford BD7 2EU
E-mail: info@syriancommunitywelfarebfd.org
Tel.: 97480 957611 or 07466 627774

Promotes the general welfare of the Syrian community in the areas of education, health, law & order and leisure; helps to improve access to facilities and services; raises awareness of the needs of the Syrian community with providers, works for equality and justice for all, to achieve a cohesive and caring society.

RETAS 28 Day Transition Project (for those who have recently obtained refugee status move on support)

Tuesdays 9.30am to 3pm @ The Millside Centre, Grattan Road, BD1 2HS
Email: info@retasleeds.org.uk
Online Referral Form here: http://retasleeds.wixsite.com/retasleeds/online-project-referrals-retas
Tel: 01133 805 630

Connecting Opportunities (Horton Housing) – supporting integration and employment

New migrants who have permission to work in the UK who live in West or North Yorkshire.
• One to one support
• Help with employment skills
• Learning English
• Mentoring and befriending
• Mental health support
Contact: Jayne Walker – Senior Worker
01274 753 351 or 0113 378 8700

Refugee Employment Advice – SkillsHouse

• Provides support
• Raising awareness of employment opportunities
• Provides individual action plans/self-assessments
• Provide information, advice and guidance on barriers to employment
• Arrange work placements
• Provide interpretation to enable clients fully participate in assessments
Contact: Nohreen Niwaz
Tel: 01274 432605
Email: nohreen.niwaz@bradford.gov.uk
Address: St Peter’s House, 1 Forster Square, Bradford, BD1 4TY

Drop-ins and Clubs

BIASAN (Bradford Immigration and Asylum Support & Advice Network)

• Thursday Drop-In. Held from 6 to 7.30pm at Bradford Deaf Centre, 25 Hallfield Road, Bradford BD1 3RP. A good meal is provided and donated clothing and goods are often available. Members are signposted to relevant agencies and other sources of support. On the first Thursday of the month there is an Open Meeting with interpreters to plan future activities, air views and disseminate information. There is no distinction between ‘client’ and volunteer, between continuing and ‘failed’ asylum seekers and successful refugees – all are seen as members.
• Women’s Club. For women and their children. Held at Bradford Deaf Centre, 25 Hallfield Road, Bradford BD1 3RP from 1-4pm every Thursday. The Club provides opportunities for women to socialise as well as arts and other activities. Playworkers provide activities on some weeks for children. There are also periodic visits from BafR’s befriending co-ordinator; a representative from McKenzie Friends (see above, under BEACON); Horton Housing’s HOSTS project (see below) and other services.
• English Lessons. See ‘Education & Training’ section below
• Special Events including an August Bank Holiday day trip to the seaside.


With Fran Wyburn
Tuesdays 6.00 – 7.30pm at Freedom Studios, 7 Manor Row, BD1 4PB
Contact: bradfordfriendshipchoir@gmail.com
Facebook: bradford friendship choir

BRITISH RED CROSS Refugee Support Service
– See ‘Advice’ section above

Education and Training


FREE conversational ENGLISH practise with English speakers 1pm – 2.30pm every Thursday during term time at the, St Clements Church, Barkerend Road, BD3 9DF. Parents with pre-school children welcome. Our English club has been running successfully since March 2010, seeing many people improving their English, and some even speaking English for the first time! All welcome.
– Everyday English Club – Every Thursday during term time, 1pm-2.30pm – Open to all levels, everyone welcome – a free English Conversation Club with English Speakers. Parents with pre-school children welcome. – English My Way – Every Friday 10am-12pm – Aimed at pre-entry level learners, women only, free – A fresh approach to learning ESOL (English as a Second Language). Women with pre-school children welcome.
Contact Nick or Indi on 01274 743054 or email info@anchorproject.org.uk for more details
Nick Mangeolles
English Skills Tutor
Anchor Project
St Clements Church, BD3 9DF
01274 743054

BIASAN English Lessons

Run by volunteer teachers on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. Beginners: 3.45-6.30 Weds; 3.45-6pm Thurs. More advanced: 4.30-6.30 Weds; 4.30–6pm Thurs at Bradford Deaf Centre, 25 Hallfield Road, Bradford BD1 3RP. Contact Richard Hargreaves: strand@hawkswick.net


Mondays 10.00 – 12.30
A range of activities from textile work, felt making, paper crafts, woodcrafts & creative writing.!
Bevan House, 14 Piccadilly, Bradford BD1 3LS
Tel: 01274 322400
Contact: Elizabeth Fewkes

CHAT (BEACON) English Conversation Class

Every Weds from 10am to 12pm
at Touchstone, 4 Easby Rd, Bradford, BD7 1QX (opposite Bradford College) Contact the CHAT Coordinator on 01274 727525 or email beacon@beaconbradford.org


Hope House, 16 Wood Street, Bradford BD8 8HY
Tel.: 0800 328 0006 or 01274 760839

Lunch is available on Fridays from 12-00 noon to 1-00pm, for anyone who has been to a class at Hope House during the week.

Step towards Employment: CAP job club, with help from trained volunteers, in a relaxed environment, with the chance to meet other jobseekers, get support and gain the tools needed to find work. Starts Monday 11 September 2017, from 9-30am to 12-30pm Contact Corinne on 07709683650

English class for beginners: Pre-Entry and Entry Level Three only. Tuesday: 10-00am to 12-00 noon Contact Suzanne on 07966181269

Sewing, Knitting Bring your own material and wool. There will be someone there to help. Friday: 10-00am to 12-00 noon.

KIRKGATE Spotlight English Conversation Club

Kirkgate Centre (opposite Town Hall), 39a Kirkgate, Shipley, BD18 3EH.
Every Tuesday: 10.00 – 11.30am
Tel: 580186

THE MARYAM PROJECT provides free English Classes [Women only]

Mondays and Tuesdays, 1-3pm
at St. Philip’s Church, Washington Street door, Girlington. BD8 9QW
and a women’s Knitting Group Wednesday 9.30am.
Contact: Tessa 07961233519

English Conversation Class
Weds 1.00 – 2.30pm
Park Rd, BD5 0SG
Tel: 01274 322662


We have ESOL classes (Entry 1 to Entry 3): Monday to Friday from 10.30am to 12pm – come any morning day to register CHAS@St Vincents, Rees Way, Bradford, BD3 0DZ

Migrant Support Drop-in: Tuesdays 1pm-3pm Help with immigration advice, welfare, housing and education. CHAS@St Vincents, Rees Way, Bradford, BD3 0DZ

Work Club: We also run a Work Club to help looking for jobs in partnership with National Career Service Tuesday 1pm-3pm

We also need volunteer help teaching ESOL and supporting our Migrant Support Drop-in:

Contact: Matt Henderson
CHAS@St Vincents, Rees Way, Bradford, BD3 0DZ
Email: Matthew.henderson@stvincents-svp.org.uk
Tel: 07578 658128

WOMEN-only English classes

• Tetley St Church
corner of Legrams Lane &
Arncliffe Terrace BD7
Thursdays 10 – 11.30am
Contact Isabel Arnold: 01274 498508
NB. No crèche. Classroom is upstairs (no lift)

• The Millside Centre
131 Grattan Rd
Weds: 10.00 – 11.30
Contact: Furaha – 07508 624059



Support for pregnant women and families with young children
See list of services by following link from https://bradford.cityofsanctuary.org/local-resources


14 Piccadilly, Bradford BD1 3LS
Phone: 01274 322400. Fax 322401

Reception times:
Monday, Tues, Fri: 09:00 – 13:00, 14:00 – 17:30
Wednesday: 09:00 – 13:00
Thursday: 09:00 – 13:00, 14:00 – 16:30

Surgery times:
Monday, Tues, Thurs, Fri: 09:30 – 12:00, 14:00 – 18:00
Wednesday: 09:30 – 12:00


Pathway Homelessness Team

Dr Hayley Rees: Specialist GP
Helen Phelan – Pathway Nurse
07587 165570



Helpline: 01274 308270
Helpline Opening Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday afternoons, Wednesday & Thursday evenings

c/o BCVS, 19-25 Sunbridge Road, Bradford West Yorkshire BD1 2AY

Phone Number(s):
Office – 01274 723896
Referrals & Appointments – 01274 308271

Email: info@brcg.org.uk
Fax: 01274 308497

*Advocacy, support & drop-in service 3 times a week at Bevan House primary care centre (see above) for women, including homeless, asylum seekers and refugees* Referrals via Bevan House.

Open 8am – 8pm 7 days/week. Anyone can just turn up to see a GP or a nurse, whether a patient of the practice or not. No appointments needed.
4 Butler St West (off Otley New Rd) BD3 0BS – 800m from City Centre.
0845 121 1024 (24hrs)


‘Our’ is a Bradford based community service working with people living with HIV. The focus is to offer a quality service to all people living with HIV or AIDS in the Bradford Metropolitan District.

Advice and Support: Offers advice, information and support on HIV testing. Also offers pre-testing support. For more information please ring 01274740548 or email our@mesmac.co.uk
HIV Positive: Community project working with people infected and affected by HIV including counselling, complementary therapies, advice and support. We offer one to one and group support. For more information please ring 01274 740548 or email our@mesmac.co.uk
Support and Social Groups: We have a drop in session every Thursday from 3pm to 6pm. For more information please ring 01274 740548 or email our@mesmac.co.uk
Courses: We offer training on transmission, treatment and living positively with HIV. For more information please ring 01274 740548 or email our@mesmac.co.uk


Sharing Voices Bradford is a Community Development Mental Health Organisation and primarily works within the inner city areas of Bradford comprising over 50% of Black Minority Ethnic Communities
Sharing Voices promotes self-help and mutual support, through community development.
Groups are a large part of helping members to develop collective action.
Participation in activities of their own choice including fitness, music and faith groups as well as activities around art and which are gender specific.
99 Maningham Lane Bradford BD1 3BN.

Tel:01274 7311 66

SOLACE – Surviving Exile and Persecution

Solace is a charity which provides individual counselling and pain/stress management to asylum seekers and refugees in the Yorkshire region. Solace in Bradford is based at Bradford Action for Refugees, where the service is available on Monday afternoon and all day on Wednesday. We plan to run a Solace Stress Management Group in the Spring of 2015.
Referrals for our Bradford service should be made to Solace’s Leeds office: Suite 2, Bank House, 150 Roundhay Road, Leeds LS8 5LJ.
Tel. 0112 249 1437;
Fax. 0113 249 1765;
Email info@solace-uk.org.uk


We are an NHS primary care multi-disciplinary team which includes Mental Health Practitioners, Nurses, a Psychological Therapist and Support Worker. We are an outreach team who offer a range of support and services to those in need, this includes:
– Mental Health Support       – TB Education and awareness
– Signposting                           – Latent TB testing
– Household Assessments    – Linking in with other services
– Psychological Therapy       – Advocacy

We see those who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or living in unsecure tenure and are experiencing mental health difficulties and Asylum seekers in need of signposting and/or experiencing mental health difficulties.
We accept self-referrals, referrals from voluntary organisations and referrals from GP practices.

Telephone – 01274 227555 Fax – 01274 323402
Address – Homeless and New Arrivals, Bevan House, Level 3, 16 Piccadilly, Bradford, BD1 3LS
Website – https://www.bdct.nhs.uk/services/homless-new-arrivals-health-team/

A service offering support 24 hours a day, seven days a week to people of all ages living in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale or Craven experiencing a mental health crisis.
Telephone – 01274 221181
Website – https://www.bdct.nhs.uk/services/first-response/


MyWellbeing College is a free NHS service to help people manage everyday problems such as feeling low, having problems sleeping, feeling anxious and experiencing stress.
You can register for MyWellbeing College online or over the phone and don’t have to go through your GP. The only time they will be contacted is when you have finished your course to let them know, or if we are worried about you or others around you.
Telephone – 0300 555 5551
Website – http://bmywellbeingcollege.nhs.uk/

Legal Assistance

Citizens Advice Bradford & Airedale and Bradford Law Centre

31 Manor Row
West Yorkshire

Telephone: 03442451282
Fax: 01274390939
Email: admin@bradfordcab.com
Website: www.bradfordcab.com

General information
Bradford Law Centre offers a free legal advice service to people in the Metropolitan District of Bradford, which includes Shipley and Keighley. We also campaign on important social policy issues, and influence law policy and practice in order to combat social exclusion.
Areas of law covered
• Asylum
• Debt
• Employment
• Welfare Benefits
• Immigration
• General

Opening hours
Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm

Advice partnerships
Bradford Law Centre is also part of the Bradford Community Advice Network, which offers advice in additional areas of law. For more information visit www.bradfordcan.org.uk.


We provide a Specialist Immigration Service and have wide experience of dealing with all aspects of Immigration Law. This includes: Asylum and Human Rights, Family Reunion and Migration, Visa Applications, European Union Rights, Point-based System Applications, Enforcement and Deportation, Citizenship Applications.
Office 4, 125A Fitzwilliam Street, Huddersfield, HD1 5PS.
01484 961595


Providing affordable immigration legal advice and representation covering a wide range of immigration and asylum matters. We are a Community Interest Company and we operate on a “not for profit” basis. The fees we charge are to cover the running costs of representing your case. Any profits that are made will be used to provide pro-bono work for those least able to pay.
2 Wellington Place, Leeds,LS1 4AP
0113 366 2097


Duke House
54 Wellington Street
Phone: 0113 284 5000
Fax: 0113 284 5150
Email: react@isonharrison.co.uk


The Manuel Bravo Project is a new charitable organisation which is starting to help asylum seekers who are unable to find adequate legal representation. The Project is volunteer-based with barristers, solicitors, law students and lay volunteers giving their time to assist people. Any immigration advice is provided by the solicitor or barrister as an individual rather than from the Project.
Following a referral, the papers are reviewed by an immigration specialist. Clients are invited to attend an advice session – usually a Tuesday evening. Teams of qualified lawyers from Leeds law firms then help the client to prepare their case for hearing on a pro bono (free) basis under the supervision and guidance of specialist immigration barristers.
Volunteers ensure the smooth running of the sessions, carry out country information research, undertake administrative tasks at sessions and support the client through the process. We do not currently have resources to represent clients at the hearing itself.

The Manuel Bravo Project. Cordelia House, 45 Westfield Rd, Leeds, LS3 1DG.
Tel. 0113 350 8608
Fax 0113 320 8608


Mckenzie Friends are trained volunteers who provide moral support and informed help for those without access to legal representation appealing against asylum decisions or seeking to re-engage with the asylum system’ email: mckenziefriends@beaconbradford.org
BEACON office: 32 Merton Road, Bradford. BD7 1RE, 01274 727525 (721626) beacon@beaconbradford.org
McKenzie Friends mobile: 07531 576330

Simpson Millar LLP Solicitors

21-27 St Paul’s Street
West Yorkshire LS1 2JG
Tel: 0345 357 9000
Fax: 0345 357 9199
Email: info@simpsonmillar.co.uk

UK Immigration Advisors

4 Mornington Villas, Manningham, BD8 7HB
Tel: 01274 499994
Fax: 01274 499994

Drop-in Mondays and Tuesdays 11.00 – 1pm; other times by appointment.

Migrant Support Drop-in

Wednesday 1pm-3pm
Help with immigration advice, welfare, housing and education.
CHAS@St Vincents, Rees Way, Bradford, BD3 0DZ
Contact Matt Henderson
Mobile: 07578 658128

Practical Support


Kate Sutcliffe is able to receive and pass on donations of furniture, bedding, curtains, utensils but not white goods.
Contact: katesutcliffe.62@hotmail.com Mob.07926 903345

BIASAN Clothing and Household Goods Store

Are you an asylum seeker, a refugee? Do you need household items such as: kitchen items, clothes, children wear? Come to BIASAN Storage at: Rawson Road, (immediately next door to Blood Doning Centre) BD1 3SH.

Address: The door immediately to the left of the Blood Doning Centre, Rawson Road, BD1 3SH (behind the Oastler Centre market)

• Donations are on Tuesdays from 10-12 and Thursdays from 9.30-11

• Open for members to take items of clothing and household goods every Thursday 11.30-1 and 3-4.


Khalsa Gym

Free gym and football at the Khalsa Fitness Gym in Usher Street, off Wakefield Road, BD4 7DS on Wednesdays from 12 – 2. These activities are for men and women, but not children. For more details contact Paola Vietri: paola.polla.51@gmail.com



Asylum Matters is an advocacy and campaigns project, hosted by City of Sanctuary, that works in partnership locally and nationally to improve the lives of refugees and people seeking asylum through social and political change. It is incorporating and building on the work of the Still Human Still Here coalition and the Regional Asylum Activism (RAA) Project.

The mandate of Asylum Matters is to secure the goals identified at the Sanctuary Summit in 2014 which have been endorsed by more than 320 organisations as part of the Birmingham Declaration.

The goals incorporated in this Declaration include:
• Improved decision making, so protection is granted to all those who need it
• Improved access to good quality legal advice and representation
• An end to the indefinite detention of asylum seekers and migrants
• An end to destitution, by providing sufficient support to all asylum seekers to ensure that they can meet their essential living needs while in the UK
• Permission to work for asylum seekers whose case has taken more than six months, or they have been refused and are temporarily unable to return home
• Free access to healthcare for all asylum seekers while they are in the UK
• Asylum seekers to be welcomed & befriended on arrival, and offered free language tuition so they can fully participate and contribute to the local community

Local contact: Regional Campaigns Project Manager, Mary Brandon: mary@asylummatters.org or 07557 982 498


(Care and Hospitality at Thornbury) offers a warm welcome and simple refreshments to asylum seekers waiting for their appeals to start at the Asylum and Immigration Hearings Centre at Phoenix House. chat@beaconbradford.org
BEACON office: 32 Merton Road, Bradford. BD7 1RE, 01274 727525 beacon@beaconbradford.org


The representative body for Bradford’s refugee communities.
• Help with orientation for asylum seekers and refugees newly arrived in the city
• Help with transition for those granted leave to remain in the UK
Contact: Duncan Wahuho duncan@bradfordrefugees.org.uk / 07392 077202


City of Sanctuary is a national movement to build a culture of hospitality for people seeking sanctuary in the UK. Its goal is to create a network of towns and cities throughout the UK which are proud to be places of safety, and which include people seeking sanctuary fully in the life of their communities. A ‘City of Sanctuary’ is a place where a broad range of local organizations, community groups and faith communities, as well as local government, are publicly committed to welcoming and including people seeking sanctuary.

Amongst other things, in Bradford we run regular events, engage with the Council and its partners to improve services for those seeking sanctuary, work with local media to get accurate and positive coverage of asylum issues.

c/o Touchstone, 32 Merton Rd Bradford BD7 1RE. Tel: 07505 053149; chair@bradford.cityofsanctuary.org or info@bradford.cityofsanctuary.org



CRC is a community-led peace and conflict resolution-training centre. It is based in Bradford to serve all communities of Bradford District, mainly the Refugee Communities, but also, through Internet, all community’s victims of conflict around the world.
c/o All Saints Church, Bradford, BD5 0NG, Tel: 07500410772


In partnership with Bradford Council, Bradford and Airedale PCT, Education Bradford and Manningham Housing Association, Horton Housing delivers support services in this successful humanitarian programme in Bradford on behalf of the UK Border Agency and European Union.
Bevan House Primary Care Centre, 14 Piccadilly, Bradford BD1 3LS.
(01274) 768035


Hope for Justice is an anti-human trafficking organisation working to uncover and abolish the hidden crime of modern-day slavery. As a non-governmental organisation (NGO) we gather intelligence and assist in the process of removing victims from exploitation within the UK. Human trafficking is not someone else’s problem, it’s happening in our communities, in our neighbourhoods, in our country. Hope for Justice was created to be the practical solution to human trafficking with four areas of operation:
• Investigate & Rescue
• Assist Aftercare
• Perpetrator Accountability
• Campaign

Hope for Justice have a team in Bradford
T: 0845 519 7402
W. www.hopeforjustice.org.uk; Twitter www.twitter.com/hopeforjustice

STAR (Student Action for Refugees)

Bradford University group:


Together Women is a charity offering a gender-specific service to women. We have locations in Bradford and Leeds which both cater for refugees and all of our services are free of charge. Clients can be referred in or call the number to refer themselves. Opening Hours: Mon-Thurs 9am – 5pm; Fri 9am – 4:30pm.

We offer:

• Legal advice in Immigration Law and Family Law
• Food Vouchers
• Pay as you Feel Market (full week’s worth of shopping for minimum donation of £1)
• Freedom (Domestic Abuse Recovery Group)
• Counselling
• Confidence & Self-esteem Group
• Peace of Mind (IAPTs)
• Job Centre Plus sessions
• Anger Management
• SMART Recovery addictions group
• VIBE (young women 12-19yrs)
• Arts & Crafts Social Groups

Bradford Office: Together Women, Unit 13, Carlisle Business Centre, 60 Carlisle Road, Manningham, Bradford BD8 8BD. Contact: 01274 301 470 or 07825268253; AnnetteD@togetherwomen.org

Leeds Office: Together Women, 13 Park Square East, Leeds LS1 2LF. T: 0113 380 8900



Opportunities for asylum seekers & refugees.
Drop-in Tues 10.00-12.00 + Thurs 1.00 – 3.00 at 19-25 Sunbridge Rd, BD1 2AY
Tel: 725434 / 720779.
Email: info@volunteeringbradford.org.


St Augustines Centre

The Centre provides a range of activities and resources, including child-care, adult education, community support, advice and guidance covering such areas as education, employment, adapting to UK culture, citizenship and immigration. St Augustine’s Community Support has been set up to provide help for asylum seekers, refugees, EU migrants and to all those resident in the local community who require assistance.

Hanson Lane

Main Centre: 01422 352492
Manager: denise.keenan@staugustinescentrehalifax.org.uk
Early years: karen.hammond@staugustinescentrehalifax.org.uk
Support centre: 01422 342719



Project 6, Temple Street, Keighley
T: 01535 610180


Keighley Area Co-ordinator’s Office, Bow Street, Keighley
T: 01535 618008
City Hall Switchboard: 01274 431000


Duncan Green – Christians Against Poverty
St. Andrew’s Shared Church, Church Green, Keighley
07926 007465


The Good Shepherd Centre, Spring Gardens Lane, Keighley
01535 608639


Aire Wharf InCommunities, Devonshire Street, Keighley
08451 660100

Legal Advice:

Citizens’ Advice Bureau, Central Hall, Alice Street, Keighley BD21 3JD.
Drop-in service Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 9.30 am to 1.30 pm.
www.adviceguide.org.uk and www.bradfordandairedalecab.org.uk.

Bradford Law Centre Central Hall, Alice Street, Keighley BD21 3JD.
Free legal advice and representation. Alternate Thursdays. Tel. 01274 306617 to make an appointment.


72 Cavendish Street, Keighley

Drop in: free coffee, cake and play. Mothers with babies and toddlers.
Mondays 12.30 – 2.30 pm
Wednesdays 12.30 – 2.30 pm
Fridays 10.00 – 12.00 noon.

English classes Mixed (men and women): Tuesday 1 – 2.30 pm.
Men Thursday 10 -11.30 am
Women Thursday 1 – 2.30 pm


High Street, Keighley

Tel. 01535 603494

Support for Asylum Seekers (including food parcels, signposting, conversation, refreshments) 10am-12pm.
Free Community Meal – Tuesday Evening at 7.15pm
Our Cafe is open Mon – Wed 10-3pm and Thur 10-12.30pm

Contact: Ben Cotterill, Corps Officer (Church Leader)
01535 603494 (Hall)
01535 662512 (Work Home)


Further details from Graham Mitchell: T: 01535 645454 Email: rgm@dockroyd.co.uk


Keighley Curry Circle
Keighley Asian Women’s & Children’s Centre
Grange Street Keighley BD21 3EJ
7.00 to 8.00 pm
Open access – no referral needed


Welcome place Café
Shared Church Hall Market Street Keighley BD21 5AD
10.00 am to 2.00 pm
Eat free or pay as you can
Friendship, support & information
Open access – no referral needed

Keighley Salvation Army Community meal
High St, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD21 2LJ
7.00 to 8.15 pm
£3 for 2 course meal
Open access – no referral needed


InTouch Foundation
From van on Church Green Keighley BD21 5HT
6.45 to 8.00 pm
Free meal
Open access – no referral needed.


Welcome Place Café
Shared Church Hall Market Street Keighley BD21 5AD
10.00 am to 2.00 pm
Eat free or pay as you can
Friendship, support & information
Open access – no referral needed


Baraka Community Kitchen
Sangat Centre Marlborough Street Keighley BD21 3HU
6pm – 8pm
Free meal, friendship & support.
Open access – no referral needed


Living Lights Drop in
Church of the Nazarene Oakworth Rd Keighley BD21 11QS
6.00 to 7.30 pm
Free hot drinks and biscuits served
Support and signposting offered
Open access – no referral needed


Salvation Army Foodbank
Monday and Thursday (1pm-2.30pm)
High St, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD21 2LJ
Referral only service
Organisers: Keighley Salvation Army
Contact: Ben Cotterill, T: 01535 603494, Email: Ben.Cotterill@salvationarmy.org.uk



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Refugee Housing Project: Temporary accommodation, currently only in Leeds, for those with leave to remain whose NASS support has just ended, and then help in finding suitable longer-term accommodation. Contact: 07715 561981; refugee@abigailhousing.org.uk

AJAR (Asylum Justice And Release)
The aim of our charity is to work with asylum seekers in detention/removal centres and prisons to secure bail in appropriate circumstances and to provide support before and after release. We have no paid workers: all work is carried out by volunteers.
Email: ajarleeds@gmail.com
Phone: 07538 758513