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Veterans Gateway

The new Veterans Gateway is the first point of contact for veterans seeking support. We put veterans and their families in touch with the organisations best placed to help with the information, advice and support they need – from healthcare and housing to employability, finances, personal relationships…

WaTT (Working and Training Together)

At WaTT (Working and Training Together), we offer people aged 18 and over the chance to gain catering industry experience and qualifications in a professional safe and supporting environment. You can be involved in every stage of a catering business from helping to prepare and deliver high quality food,…

Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles for the Disabled

Wheelchair user Scott Smith set about making some areas of life easier and more accessible for other wheelchair users. He created WAV Compare that specialises in helping people to find  a suitable and reasonably priced wheelchair accessible vehicle by creating a website where disabled people and their…

Wythenshawe Dementia Cafe

First Wednesday of the month 1pm - 3pm
Do you care for someone with dementia? Want to know more about dementia? Come and join Admiral Nurses, Dementia Support Advisors, Manchester Carers forum fora cuppa and a chat in a relaxed and friendly environment. This is a ‘safe’ place bringing people with dementia and…