Group Directory

What do you love doing? What do you need help with? Want to make new friends or learn new skills? Or simply want to be part of the community? We have something for everyone right here in our extensive community directory.

It makes it easy for you to navigate the huge amount of organisations that make Halton and St Helens such great places to live.

  • St Helens, WA12 8HR

    Supporting those who struggle with self injury and their family through a group setting and online   See more >>

  • Runcorn, WA7 2BE

    Beavers, Cubs and Scouts meet at Scout headquarters, Castle Road, Halton Village, Runcorn weekly. Started in 1914.  See more >>

    Works in
    Arts, culture, sport and recreation, Economic, social and community development

    Works with
    Children (0 -12)

  • Widnes, WA8 0FD

    Activ Engagement & Education CIC works to better the lives of young people, families and communities in the Central and West Bank, Appleton, Bankfield and surrounding wards of Halton, Widnes, through specialist youth work provision. We provide engaging activities, tailored support, learning opportunities and personal development programmes…  See more >>

  • Liverpool, L24 9HJ

    ADDvanced Solutions Community Network encourages, equips and empowers children, young people and their families living with neurodevelopmental conditions, learning difficulties and associated mental health needs. Our engaging, community-based, learning, coaching and mentoring programmes will help you and your family to better recognise, understand…  See more >>

    Works in
    Education and research, Health, Social services

    Works with
    All

  • St Helens, WA10 2UE

    To promote improved quality of life and empowerment, for people aged 50+ and their carers. Our mission is: To be – enabling people aged 50+ to make informed decisions about their lives To be – passionate about our work with people aged 50+ To be – draw strength from the combined voices of people aged 50+ To be – innovative, effective and…  See more >>

  • Wigan, WN5 7LA

    To further or benefit residents of the brough and surrounding areas with out distinction of sex, sexual orientation race or political, religious or other opinions to provide facilities in the interest of social welfare with the objective of improving the conditions of life for the residents.  See more >>

  • Warrington, WA4 4AE

    The Parish Church serving the Boroughs of Halton and Warrington villages and communities of Daresbury, Hatton, Moore, Preston Brook and Sandymoor. To find out more about the Church visit the website. Sunday Services 9:00am Holy Communion 10:30am Parish  See more >>

    Works in
    Religion

    Works with
    Children (0 -12), Faith communities, Older people (over 65 years of age)

  • West Derby, L14 2EP

    To raise awareness among the general public of the disadvantage suffered by people who are disabled/carers/or aged, and to highlight the contribution these positive these people can make to society  See more >>

    Works in
    Education and research, Health

    Works with
    Carers, Disabled people, Older people (over 65 years of age)

  • Liverpool, L3 8LR

    Leading the fight against dementia. Ensuring a person with dementia lives well.  See more >>

  • Widnes, WA8 0NQ

    Alzheimer's Society is the leading care and research charity for people with dementia and those who care for them. Alzheimer's Society provides information and support for people with all forms of dementia and to those who care for them. We run quality care services, fund research, inform professionals and campaign for improved health…  See more >>

    Works in
    Supporting Voluntary and community organisations, Health

    Works with
    Carers, People with learning disabilities

  • Fishing club   See more >>

  • Merseyside, WN4 0SJ

    The Charity has a vision: Our vision is of a place where all individuals have an opportunity to turn their lives around, to improve society and strengthen communities. To achieve this, the charity will: Offer career, training and vocational advice & guidance for people whose actions or behaviors have led to negative consequences for…  See more >>

  • St Helens, WA9 4DE

    Purpose of Arts Service St.Helens Council’s Arts Service, works with partners across St.Helens to develop the arts in the borough and to widen participation in the arts. The Arts Service supports and works with all art forms including music, dance, drama, creative writing, new media, visual and public art. Activities of Organisation • Delivery…  See more >>

    Works in
    Arts, culture, sport and recreation

    Works with
    All

  • Runcorn, WA7 3HB
  • St.Helens Mind is an independent, user-focused organisation providing quality services for local people who are experiencing isolation and distress due to mental ill health. We will do this by: Providing a range of services appropriate to the needs of people experiencing mental distress that enhances their self-worth as valued citizens.…  See more >>

    Works in
    Health

    Works with
    People with mental health problems

  • St Helens, WN5 7LS

    To improve the live of all our residents. The Association will represent all members and their families in consultations locally, build social capital and help to access resources to help raise youth engagement and leisure opportunities for all members to endeavour to raise community spirit.  See more >>

    Works in
    Arts, culture, sport and recreation, Economic, social and community development, Law, crime, human/civil rights and information

    Works with
    Older people (over 65 years of age), Tenants and residents, Young people (aged 13-25)

  • Body Positive is a local charity promoting better sexual health for all and equality for lesbian gay and bisexual people in Cheshire and North Wales. You can access to free condoms and lube by post, counselling, and advice over the phone, in person or online. There are two support groups currently running, gay and bisexual men (Men with Mugs)…  See more >>

    Works with
    Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender people, People with learning disabilities, Refugees and people seeking asylum

  • Newton-le-Willows, WA12 0EA

    To provide a range of free educational activities to the children of NLW.  See more >>

  • St. Helens, WA106NY

    We are a community allotment / garden; we aim to engage with the local community offering a place to socialise outdoors, hopefully learn new skills and make new friends. We offer groups the opportunity to use the site for their own activities. We are currently work alongside the local schools, young people come to us or we go to them and show them…  See more >>

    Works in
    Arts, culture, sport and recreation, Environment, Health

    Works with
    All

  • The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is an award-winning charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK. CALM offers a helpline and webchat service for men of all ages that are free, confidential and anonymous (5pm-midnight daily). Find out more on www.theCALMzone.net, or…  See more >>

    Works in
    Health

    Works with
    Men

  • Widnes, Wa8 4xy

    Voluntary Sector Liaison  See more >>

    Works with
    All

  • Knowsley, L333TW

    Caring Connections is a registered charity with over 27 years experience in supporting vulnerable groups across the local community. As a charity we are committed to connecting people to the highest quality of care and local services to reduce social isolation and improve levels of independence / wellbeing.   See more >>

    Works in
    Health, Social services

    Works with
    Disabled people, Older people (over 65 years of age), Service and ex-service people

  • Runcorn, WA7 2HY

    Come and visit our Community Cafe, we offer healthy good value meals and snacks. Our programme of activities include Tots Play Sessions, Bingo, Tea Dances, Karate and childrens dance classes. We have rooms to hire at a reasonable cost and there is a Crech  See more >>

    Works with
    Tenants and residents, Children (0 -12), Older people (over 65 years of age), Families / single parents, Young people (aged 13-25)

  • Widnes, Wa8 0yq

    We are running a youth club Monday 6-8 Tuesday 6-8 Thursday 6-8 Hopefully we can extend the days with volunteers   See more >>

    Works in
    Economic, social and community development

    Works with
    All

  • St Helens, WA10 1QF
  • Local drama group, age range 16 to over 70. We play read, improvise and perform plays and poetry.: Where do they meet:The Old Police Station in Runcorn, Wednesday 7.00-9.00: Meeting : weekly  See more >>

  • St Helens, WA11 9HT

    To maintain the Centre as a venue for hire by groups, organisations and individuals who provide activities, opportunities and services for the community  See more >>

  • St Helens, WA101UQ

    Believe in people At Change Grow Live, above all else we believe in people. It's the one thing that acts as a foundation for all our work. If you use our services: we understand what you're going through. We won't judge. We believe you can make positive changes in your life. If you work or volunteer for us: we believe in your…  See more >>

  • Widnes, WA8 7XS

    Chapelfield is a small friendly Community Centre independent of local Borough Council, funded through user group rents and grants from trusts. We are “open to hope, open to needs, open to partnership, open to YOU.” We welcome volunteers who enrich our services and function in the community, particularly with Monday lunch group; suitable for older…  See more >>

    Works with
    Children (0 -12), Older people (over 65 years of age), Young people (aged 13-25)

  • Northwich, CW8 1BE

    ChAPS support families on the autism spectrum, including Aspergers Syndrome, whether diagnosed or not living in Cheshire. We do this in several ways: ● parental support including advice, information, signposting, positive parenting courses, access to Conferences, training and social events. ● children’s activities including…  See more >>

    Works in
    Health

    Works with
    Carers, Children (0 -12), Young people (aged 13-25)

  • RUNCORN, WA7 1ND

    To help and support victims of asbestos related diseases.  See more >>

  • Crewe, CW2 7DE

    We are My CWA, formerly known as Cheshire Without Abuse. We’re a Cheshire-based charity supporting families affected by domestic abuse. For more than 40 years, we’ve been working mainly with families in Cheshire East. We offer a whole family service.  See more >>

  • St Helens, WA9 1LD
  • St Helens, WA11 0AW

    To be open centre to all the community, \ Activies;- \ Room hire, youthwork, mums.tots, over 60's, Credit union, Finacial advice, Ladies meeting, Faniliting for those with learning difficulties.  See more >>

    Works in
    Economic, social and community development, Employment and training, Religion, Supporting Voluntary and community organisations

    Works with
    Carers, Children (0 -12), Disabled people, Faith communities, Families / single parents, Men, Older people (over 65 years of age), People with learning disabilities, Women, Young people (aged 13-25)

  • St Helens, WA10 1TF

    Chrysalis Centre for Change (Chrysalis) is situated in St Helens in the Town Centre and provides a number of services for females over the age of 18 in order to support, empower and inspire them to reach their full potential, resulting in more fulfilled lives. Chrysalis provides group support and one to one therapy for females suffering with…  See more >>

  • St Helens, WA10 1HJ

    We work to deliver advice to solve individual problems, provide education to empower clients to help themselves in the future and undertake research and campaigns to solve collective problems. We create value through everything we do and the way that we do it. This benefits everyone. We do this through our services of specialist and holistic…  See more >>

  • CPMP runs a monthly parents/carers support group for parents/carers with child/children who have a diagnosis of ADHD. We also run once a monthly family based ADHD youth club for members children and siblings . The youth club is where children and their parents/ carers all participate in the activities provided. Encouraging positive social…  See more >>

    Works in
    Health

    Works with
    Disabled people, Families / single parents