Boston Spa Community & Homeless Project

We are a non profit voluntary group providing much needed support to people in our community. We assist with food, household essentials and advice. We also support those fleeing domestic violence.

We provide much needed essentials and signposting to the homeless. We are a referral agent for the Trussell Trust Foodbank issuing foodbank vouchers and the RSPCA Pet Foodbank supplying pet food and help with veterinary fees.

We are 100% confidential, based in Boston Spa and cover many areas in West and North Yorkshire.

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Sicklinghall Cricket Club

Sicklinghall Cricket Club is a family based club with one senior men’s team and a growing women’s and junior section. Our 1st X1 play in Division 3 of the Nidderdale League, and our Junior teams compete in the U9, U11 and U13 leagues. as well as participating in an ECB Juniors initiative for 5-11 girls and boys. We pride ourselves on being a friendly and sociable place to play cricket. Our history can be viewed in the ‘About the Club’ section.

​We welcome all new players, senior and junior: new to the area, those wishing to progress their cricket or just wanting a new environment & challenge. Follow us on social media for more updates and/or use the ‘Contact’ section to get in touch. We look forward to seeing you at Sicklinghall Cricket Club soon.

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Wetherby and Boston Spa Retired Men’s Forum

Wetherby and Boston Spa Men’s Forum currently has about 50 members and new members are always welcome.

Our meetings are held in the Scouts and Guides Hall, at the end of Church Street  (off Bank Street), Wetherby at 10 am on Wednesday mornings from  September  until April  (with a short gap during  the Christmas period).

After we have had a cup of tea or coffee and a chat the Chairman will start the meeting and we then enjoy an interesting and entertaining talk by a visiting speaker.

Meetings usually end shortly after 11.30 am.  

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Wetherby High School

Passionate about unlocking your child’s potential

At Wetherby High School all our staff are deeply committed to ensuring every child receives an outstanding education. Our curriculum, teaching and pastoral care enable students to achieve at the highest academic level, unlocking doors to the future of their choice.

Our staff and students are ambitious to be the best version of themselves. That ambition extends way beyond their academic excellence. We want our students to reach their full potential academically and as young people moving into adulthood. We understand that central to this is developing character and a sense of social responsibility.

Our Coaching System allows us to know each student well as individuals, their likes and dislikes, their strengths and insecurities, their interests, pets and favourite TV programmes. It means as a Coach you can be there for them on the good and bad days. The relationships formed in Coaching allow the students to feel they belong to the school community. That belonging brings happiness, safety and a platform from which to challenge themselves in their education.

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Wetherby Flower Club

The club was formed in 1968 and meets on the first Thursday of the month in The Methodist Church Hall, Bank Street, Wetherby.

We have a good mix of demonstrations, practice nights and workshops are arranged and we have occasional outings, usually to gardens. We also have an annual lunch in January.

We have a Sales Table at each of our meetings where we sell the basic requirements for flower arranging at reasonable cost.

For our Demonstrations we enjoy flowers being arranged at their best by demonstrators known locally and nationally, with a raffle for the arrangements at the end of the evening.

Our aim is to promote the art of flower arranging as a hobby which will give a great deal of enjoyment and promote friendship through flowers.

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