Part of the Trussell Trust's UK-wide network of foodbanks, providing emergency food and support for local people in crisis in the Aylesbury area. The foodbank provides three day's emergency food and practical help to assist people cope in a crisis, as well as give advice and signpost to other services in the area to help people recover, rebuild their lives and break the cycle of poverty. New Leaf is an approved agency and hold vouchers for the foodbank that can be given to our clients in the Aylesbury area
New Leaf have a small stock of nearly new clothing, cleaned and wrapped, for any Mentee who needs them - male or female. Please contact Lesley Johnston for an up to date list of available items.
The WEA exists to provide high quality learning opportunities for adults from all walks of life.
Educational charity awarding grants to young people 0-25 in furtherance of their education, Applicants must be Aylesbury town residents.
A not-for-profit Registered Social Landlord providing affordable homes for people in, Aylesbury, Buckingham and the surrounding villages of the Vale.
VCV Cares for and protects the wildlife and countryside of Aylesbury Vale by carrying out practical conservation work and related activities using traditional crafts and skills. Has taken over the weekday voluntary group work of BTCV throughout Aylesbury Vale from Buckingham in the north to Haddenham in the south.
Drop in centre open Tuesday-Saturday 11-3pm. Advice and support to young people aged 13-25 about accommodation, training education and sexual health.
Support and friendship for people experiencing or recovering from mental health problems.
(Wycombe and Aylesbury offices) provides advice, information, assessment and counselling to anyone who is concerned about their own or someone else's alcohol or drug use, plus training and education on drug/alcohol issues to other agencies and professional groups.
The Hub is currently open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 11am 2pm at Walton Hall, Walton Street, Aylesbury.