Please contact for further details.
Please contact for further details.
The Trust was formed 30 years ago to co-ordinate and assist local groups in looking after the needs of the elderly, handicapped and those less fortunate within our Community. The aim is to help and advise both Groups and individuals. In today's fast moving environment concern for those in need often passes unnoticed and it is the purpose of our Group to take up wherever possible, suitable causes within the areas served – the catchment area of South Wolds School – and provide relief and respite for the carers of the disadvantaged amongst us.
The Trust is supported by the Parish Council and many other organisations within the community and, whilst we are prepared to consider a number of forms of help, our main services consist of the provision of the KEYWORTH COMMUNITY BUS which provides valuable help to the community by providing transport to day centres and shopping trips for the over-60s. Without the service many would be housebound and unable to shop for themselves and also the TUESDAY CLUB DAY CENTRE for the elderly and handicapped, providing day care for our members and much needed respite for their carers.
The Trust operates two modern, wheelchair-adapted minibuses; a Mercedes Sprinter and a Fiat Ducato, one has 12 seats and one has 16 seats. The vehicles are also available for group hire. The Trust is always looking for volunteers to drive the bus or to help in other services. If you would like to help please contact the Bus Manager Tony Fowler who can be contacted on 0115 937 3980 .
A caring organisation run by volunteers. We provide a variety of services including:
For further information contact Doris Elcock (01509 852778)
The Ukrainian Cultural Centre in Nottingham is a branch home of the Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain (AUGB), which was established in the city in 1948. Originally sited at Bentinck Road in Hyson Green, the community moved to its present location in Carrington in 2004.The Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain has overall responsibility for the running of the Centre and works in close cooperation with other Ukrainian organisations within the community. Its aims are varied; from promoting Ukrainian culture and traditions, providing resources such as a weekly Day Centre facility, Ukrainian language and cookery classes, to organising social and cultural events and being available for bookings for meetings and parties.
Has an older people's day centre on Thursdays 11am-3pm
Provides a range of services for the Indian community in Nottingham and district. Services include: day care, luncheon club, stroke group, advice on welfare rights, legal advice on immigration, visa service. Hall hire for functions and conferences, weddings, meals on wheels, young boys' club, Indian folk dance and Indian drum classes.
The Centre has level access, services are provided on the ground floor and there is a wheelchair-accessible toilet and an induction/hearing loop system.
Campaigns on local and national issues to stop discrimination and improve services and rights for disabled people. NDPM will provide information and support when they can. Current priorities are: access issues, accessible transport and charges for services for disabled people. All disabled people are welcome. There is no office space or drop-in available and services are generally provided by telephone and email communications, although we meet regularly for social and business purposes.
This is a large and lively group of ladies that has a wide variety of activities, talks and visits.
Alternate Tuesdays 1.45pm-3.45pm
Friday - throughout the day
Organises community activities in Ordsall.
3rd Monday in the month. 10am-12noon
The Retford Civic Society is a non-political, conservation and amenity group that cares about Retford. The Society's aims are to protect the architectural and natural environment of Retford and to improve Retford's public amenities for present and future generations, whilst offering its members a varied and interesting social programme of events.
Last Monday in the month 1pm-3pm
Monday 6.30pm for 7pm - not bank holidays.
1st Monday in the month 3pm-5pm
A social enterprise incorporating a community centre and cafe.
Ring secretary to check venue.
Your local community safety partnership
Voluntary Group and Social Club who raise money for Charities world wide. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month, 2.30 p.m. at the Hallcroft Community Hall in Retford.
From April to September 2008 meetings will be from 6 p.m. at Ye Olde Bell, Barnby Moore, Retford.
For more information contact the Chairman, Gwen Hives, on 01909 591298.