Over the past 15 years, Royds has attracted many contracts to deliver community focused projects both within Bradford and further afield. Below are a few examples of those successful projects past and present. Here at Royds we are always keen to discuss new projects or contracts which we can deliver directly ourselves, or work alongside other main contractors to deliver.
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Delph Hill hosts a new programme for 16-18 year olds
Groundwork Leeds began running a study programme for 16-18 year olds at Delph Hill Community Centre starting in February 2015
For more information call Sophie on
0113 238 0601 or 07966 990540
Click the link below for the leaflet
Leaflet - New scheme for 16-18 year olds at Delph Hill
Assessment of health needs of inner city businesses, preparation of health plans for employees, referral to health support agencies, training of health champions.
Health Means Business was an innovative programme delivered for Wakefield District NHS that seeks to help workers across the district lead healthier lives.
With the help of funding from the Big Lottery Fund's Well-being programme, the service aimed to support employers and their workforces to adopt a 'prevention is cheaper than cure' attitude. This was done by supporting businesses to develop and roll-out a tailor-made programme of health promotion activity.
From nothing, The Royds team built up widespread awareness of the scheme with Wakefield-based employers and successfully delivered a number of personalised in-company ‘work and well-being’ sessions.
The team helped over 142 businesses and 396 employees.
Health Means Business is commissioned by NHS Wakefield District and funded through The Big Lottery Fund’s Well-Being programme.
Neighbourhood Management programme with leverage spend allocation management in Little Horton, Canterbury and Great Horton.
Employment brokerage and support to job seekers in Leeds Road, Barkerend, Thornbury, Manningham and Girlington
Kickstart Business Support
Pre-business start up support, business start up support, business forum support in south Bradford and rural areas.
Provision of environmental warden service in eight disadvantaged areas in Bradford and Keighley.
Provision of employment link programme, local people into jobs, referral to advice and training, provision of shop front service on Leeds Road.
Delivery of demonstration programme for the Home Office on resident participation and involvement, provision of inspirational tours to Royds, consultancy support to new organisations in Yorkshire and the Humber, leverage grant fund management.
Recovery and management of Government Pilot neighbourhood management programme in most disadvantaged area of borough, governance support, day to day management of staff, programme planning and delivery.
Community Centre Review
Review of local authority community centres, advice on suitable future use, review of community centre staffing, provision of report on options with recommendations.
Healthy Living Programme
Delivery of a 5 year healthy living programme based on family support, independent living for older people, benefits support and healthy eating and exercise. This project was funded by the Big Lottery.
A 3 year programme funded by the Big Lottery, delivering employment support, Community development support and community environmental support in South Bradford.
Positive Youth Action
A comparison project with JRF estate in York to look at positive reinforcement of citizenship. Participants gained points for activities which could be traded in for rewards. The scheme operated in South Bradford estates.