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North Yorkshire Moors Railway
North Yorkshire Moors Railway are looking for your help to keep the golden age of steam alive for future generations to enjoy.
The Piglet’s Journey fundraising campaign is encouraging people to make a donation - which will then automatically enter them into a prize draw where one lucky winner will enjoy free travel at the award-winning attraction for a year.
Here is Paul "Piglet" Middleton to explain more about their Winter Appeal.
Follow this link to make a donation today:
Scarborough Mates is all about doing practical things with added banter!
Scarborough Mates is a friendly group of men and women who meet up to try out new activities, exchange ideas & chat over a cuppa. Their goal is to reduce social isolation and build a stronger community while sharing members skills to help you learn new ones.
Would you be able to spare some time to help someone with sight loss here along the Yorkshire coast?
Volunteers are needed in Whitby, Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington. Here is My Sighted Volunteer Experience Officer for Guide Dogs Isobel Thompson:
York & Scarborough Hospitals Charity
Can you help with fundraising?
Maya Liversidge is the Community Fundraiser for York & Scarborough Hospitals Charity. She explains how the UEC Appeal will help provide a better patient experience in the new Urgent and Emergency Care Unit at Scarborough Hospital.
SASH is a registered charity preventing homelessness in young people aged 16 to 25.
When young people are facing homelessness, they can offer a spare room in the home of a trained volunteer and support to move forward. They always welcome financial support and are currently in need of hosts. Fundraising Officer Amy explains more:
Find more information on the SASH website:
Support for Carers
Without a dedicated team of volunteers Support For Carers would be unable to provide a much needed break to those who are supporting someone within their own home. Volunteers freely give their time, skills and experience to help support the many carers within the Scarborough district.
Support for Carers manager Shirley Lumb explains more:
As the number of carers continues to grow, volunteers are needed more now than ever. Click the link below to find out more or call 01723 364808.
Filey Cat Rescue
The team at Filey Cat Rescue are always looking for new homes for their wonderful cats.
Vicki, the Head of Fundraising, explains what they do and how you could soon be rehoming one of their furry friends!
Support and friendship for those with Parkinsons, their family and carers.
They meet every Thursday at Scarborough Methodist Church.
Emma explains more:
Girl Guiding is the leading charity for girls and young women in the UK.
They have four sections, as Susan explains:
The PDSA charity in Scarborough helps treat local poorly and injured pets.
They can only do this with your help and are currently in desperate need of more stock donations for their Newborough branch.
Branch Manager Julie explains more:
Scarborough Community Fridge
A new group are helping to reduce food waste in Scarborough by providing a Community Fridge initiative at the Scarborough Methodist Church every Saturday.
Yvonne explains more:
Colin Godfrey from the Scarborough and District group of the IAM RoadSmart charity explains how their qualified team could help advance your skills on the roads of the Yorkshire coast....
Scarborough Dial a Ride
Dial A Ride provide transport to shops, supermarkets, health care appointments, etc. Call 01723 354434 for further details, to register or to book a trip.
Yorkshire Coast Familes
Our current main activities are running family events which allow our families to access fun activities as a group. These have included trips to East Barnby Outdoor Center, Energi Trampoline Park in York, Beach Chalet Days, Sewerby Hall at Bridlington and picnics at Dalby Forest. These trips allow our members to meet and support other families, share the stress of a day out with children and access activities they may otherwise avoid due to the potential for disaster that days out may have on families with children with SEND.