Northallerton Community Groups Charities Politics
Community focused groups including support, leisure, religious & uniformed organisations.
Community & voluntary organisations support groups
Town Council Town Hall High Street, Northallerton DL7 8QR
Tel: 01609 776718
Northallerton Library 1 Thirsk Road Northallerton DL6 1PT 01609 533832
Mon 9.30-6pm Tue 9.30-5pm Wed 9.30-6pm Thu 1-5pm Fri 9.30-5pm Sat 9.30-1.30pm
Hambleton FoodShare is a community partnership between Northallerton Churches Together, Broadacres Housing Association, North Yorkshire County Council, Hambleton District Council and AgeUK.
North Yorkshire Citizen Advice & Law Centre "We provide free, confidential and impartial information and advice on a range of issues including money, benefits, housing and employment, and campaign on big issues affecting people’s lives"
Age UK North Yorkshire 33 High Street Northallerton DL7 8EE 01609 771 624
Age UK is a network of local Age UK charities working together to deliver positive change with, and for, older people. .
York LGBT Forum ensures that the rights and interests of LGBT people are represented in York and North Yorkshire.
Hambleton Community Action is a registered charity providing advice, information and support to voluntary and community groups in the local district. We also promote volunteering and offer a number of services for the local community.
Northallerton and the Dales Mencap Society represents the interests of people with learning disabilities and their carers in Hambleton and Richmondshire.
North Yorkshire Police non-emergency number 101
Customers with Hearing or speech impairments can contact North Yorkshire Police via textphone on 18001 101
Alzheimer's Society Hambleton & Richmondshire Branch
North Yorkshire Forum for Voluntary Organisations "provides a range of
services and support to voluntary organisations, community groups and
charities in York and North Yorkshire"
Community First Yorkshire "We provide practical support and rural advocacy to voluntary and community organisations, parish councils and social enterprises through our networks, projects and services."
Social hobby leisure groups & forums
Northallerton and District Soroptimist International
Undertake local, national and international projects that educate,
empower and enable women and girls to reach their full potential.
NWR - National Women's Register Northallerton Nova Group
the place to make new friends and enjoy lively discussion. Group meets
every three weeks in members' homes with discussions being central to
Northallerton University of the Third Age meets in The Forum, Bullamoor Road on the second Wednesday of the month, for its Main Meeting.
Northallerton Probus Club has been in existence for over 50 years (established in 1970). The Club meets for 2 hours on the first Tuesday of the month from February to November inclusive at 9:30 am in the Cottage Meeting Room at the rear of the Methodist Church, High Street, Northallerton. Coffee is served, followed by a speaker – gentlemen guests are welcome. For further information contact email@example.com
Northallerton Camera Club a local club, centered on Northallerton, but drawing membership from the surrounding towns and villages as well.
Mowbray Quilters meet every 3rd Tuesday of the month at Romanby Methodist Hall The Fairway from 10am to 4pm. If you would like to meet up with a group of enthusiastic quilters for a day of sewing then just come along and join the group.
Northallerton Musical Theatre Company formerly Northallerton Amateur Operatic Society.
Brompton Players performs Pantomimes, Variety Shows, Plays and Concerts in Brompton Village Hall.
Northallerton Memorials Project "aims to create a permanent record of the life and death of each of the men whose names are recorded on the War Memorials of Northallerton, and its satellite villages of Romanby and Brompton."
Northallerton & District Local History Society "Promoting Local History in the Allertonshire Wapentake of the North Riding of Yorkshire".
North Hambleton Windfarm Action Group To protect Appleton Wiske, Deighton, East Rounton, Great Smeaton, Hornby, Little Smeaton, Picton, Welbury, West Rounton and our countryside. Opposing the construction of a 9 Turbine windfarm at Ingram Grange.
Church worship religious groups
Methodist Church High Street Northallerton
New Life Baptist Church High Street Northallerton
Northallerton United Reformed Church 178 High Street Northallerton DL7 8JZ
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church 41 Thirsk Road Northallerton
The Church of England in Northallerton All Saints Northallerton, St James Romanby, St Lawrence Kirby Sigston
Northallerton Evangelical Church 31 High Street DL7 8EE
The GENUKI Church Database UK and Ireland genealogy
The British Humanist Association "Humanism is the belief that we can live good lives without religious or superstitious beliefs."
National Secular Society - Challenging Religious Privilege
Politics Information and local groups
Rishi Sunak MP for Richmond (Yorks)
Kevin Hollinrake MP for Thirsk and Malton
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