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Have you been anywhere that makes you so happy that time seems to fly by in an instant and the sides of your face ache from smiling and your stomach hurts from laughing so much? I have. That place is People First Keighley & Craven. People First Keighley & Craven is a community of adults with learning dis ....

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People First Keighley and Craven used to be called the Out There Club.  It started in 2002 in an office at Acres House in Keighley. James Brown started the organisation because he wanted to organise his own nights out and not have them planned for him by other people.

We also offer support to carers by providing short breaks, these can be through the day, evenings or weekends. In 2003 we had our first social night out and we have been holding them every month since. In April 2006 we became People First Keighley & Craven. We decided to become People First Keighley & Craven advocacy group so we could speak up and help people with learning disabilities. 

There are lots of People First organisations all over the world, however we are all independent. We are affiliated (connected) to National People First in London. In 2008 we became a registered charity, our charity number is 1125278.


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  • Speak up for ourselves and other people with Learning Disabilities
  • Work as Experts by Experience, informing the council, NHS and other statutory services on the needs of people across the district.
  • We work locally, regionally and nationally
  • Train staff and members
  • Support each other
  • Represent, consult, communicate and advocate not only for our organisation and the members in it but also for people with disabilities wherever we go and in the work we do.
  • Promote equality and diversity in all our work
  • Make our skills better and apply them to our work within the organisation
  • Find ways of making our charity stronger 
  • Provide Learning Holidays
  • Offer short breaks to parents and carers
  • Partnership working
  • Let people know who we are and what we do
  • Hate crime awareness and reporting
  • Provide training into hate crime awareness to educate the younger generation and people with disabilities to encourage reporting of hate crimes
  • Work with local schools and colleges
  • Organise social events, such as night outs, day activities or weekends away !!!

Please support our cause, Thank You.