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A network which seeks to increase and develop Keighley’s capacity to respond to the needs of Asylum Seekers and Refugees, made up of separate organisations which chose to cooperate with each other.  These organisations are The Good Shepherd Centre, All Saints Anglican Church, The Salvation Army, The Society of Friends.

 Keighley Salvation Army High Street, Keighley, BD21 2LJ tel 01535 603 494

Support for Asylum Seeker and Refugee Support Group at 12.30pm.

Wednesday’s 12.30pm – 1.30pm

In formation on their general program can be found on their web site


The Good Shepherd Centre aims to empower, engage and educate economically and socially disadvantaged people in our town in order that they may be better able to participate fully in society.

We promote equality and diversity and organise activities to foster understanding between people from diverse backgrounds.

See their web site for information

the following are just some of their many services.

  • Drop-in: one to one support. Help with accessing Education, Health and
    other Services with translation if necessary.

. Free British Way of Life course
● FREE English language classes for beginners and advanced learners
● FREE Computer Classes
● Parent and Toddler Group with health and child development advice.
● A welcome to asylum seekers and refugees offering them a place of safety
and including them in our activities. (City of Sanctuary)
● FREE Parenting classes: helping ordinary Mums and Dads in our

Large Free Clothing & Furniture Bank

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Keighley Quaker Meeting

Visitors of all faiths or none are most welcome at our meetings.
Just come and experience the power of silent worship.
Sundays at 10.30 -for an hour

The Meeting house is on the corner of Strawberry Street and Skipton Road, Keighley BD21 3BA

see web site for further information.