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  • Ashby Museum

    We are a completely volunteer-run organisation set up to encourage and facilitate the community's engagement with the town and its history. We have a vast archive of artefacts, documents and photographs donated by local people which we use as a source of learning and enjoyment for our visitors.

  • Sunny Skies Enterprise CIC

    Sunny Skies Enterprise is a Community Interest Company which supports adults with learning disabilities. We provide opportunities to help our members on the discovery to their full potential and to experience the value of contributing to their wider community.

  • Blaby Mind Matters

    We are peer mentor group supporting mental health within BDC. No formal qualifications are needed just patience and a listening ear for individuals who have particularly struggled through recent times. We hold fun activities like singing/board games/ pub lunches and consider ourselves a ‘family’

  • Narborough Congregational Church

    Located in the centre of Narborough, the Congregational Church runs not only the church itself but also the neighbouring Manse, used as offices, and the Robjohns Hall used regularly by the community.

  • Earl Shilton Social Institute

    We are a community centre charity serving Earl Shilton & the surrounding towns since 1910. We have a lot of activities for all age ranges. There are 5 full size snooker tables, a pool & table tennis table, darts air hockey & a free arcade machine with 60 games. Young or old, all are warmly welcomed.

  • Active Together – North West Leicestershire

    North West Leicestershire District Council

  • Fledgling Arts Collective Central

    We are non-profit-making-volunteer run Arts Collective providing an online platform for those who struggle with mental health, addiction,gender dysphoria,sexuality,feel like they don't quite 'fit',or feel estranged to this world ,We encourage you to use your creativity for mental wellbeing.

  • St Mungo’s

    At St Mungo’s we provide a bed & support to more than 3,150 people each night. As well as accommodation, we also provide a range of services, such as running activities, skills and employment training, and tenancy support, to help people at every stage of their recovery from homelessness.

  • British Red Cross

    The British Red Cross has been a lifeline for people in crisis for over 150 years. Today, in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, that lifeline means more than ever. Thanks to our dedicated team of Red Cross Volunteers, we’re able to help people in need in the UK.