Sanctuary Supper every 2nd Saturday of the Month at the Quaker Meeting House, Church Street, Paddock. 6-9pm You are warmly invited to come and share food, conversation and fun. If you need transport or can help with food please phone Jane Wood on 07952 810814.
DASH at the Salvation Army, New Hey Road, Huddersfield, HD3 4BZ
10:30 – 16:00 Mondays and Thursdays only
Take the 373 First bus and get off after the second roundabout and Esso garage.
DASH supports asylum seekers and new refugees in the Kirklees area and beyond and operates on a 24/7 person-centered holistic basis.
Our services include:
Hosting for destitute asylum seekers and homeless new refugees
Drop-ins, where we offer advocacy, destitution support and other services
DASH IS VERY PROUD OF THE FACT THAT NOBODY WE KNOW OF IN THE ASYLUM SEEKING AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY IS SLEEPING ROUGH IN HUDDERSFIELD, AND WE BELIEVE THIS IS THE ONLY TOWN IN THE UK WITH A SUBSTANTIAL COMMUNITY OF THIS KIND THAT HAS TACKLED THE PROBLEM SUCCESSFULLY.
Volunteers Together, a project of Huddersfield Asylum Advice Service (HAAS) OPEN on Wednesdays – 10.00 until 16.00 We offer support to asylum seekers, refugees and migrants. We aim to recruit and train volunteers from these communities to help and assist others newly-arrived in the area to access the support and services they need. If you would like to get involved and gain valuable experience, please contact us.St Thomas’s Church, Manchester Road, Huddersfield, HD1 3HU
Contact: Marie and Ian
Telephone: 07804 867564
Email: [email protected]
At the Quaker Meeting House every third Monday of the month, craft group with free lunch. 10-12, all welcome. Details: 07810 113 514