Government & Community in Doncaster

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Life Changers Church, Doncaster07549465398
  Life Changers is a lively, modern, and relevant 21st Century Church. We are located in Balby - Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN4 8QG, UK. We are a medium sized (and rapidly growing) Church. We believe in the Word of God and know that without Faith we can NOT please God. Yet, with Faith must also come "Action" to reach out to people here in Doncaster and beyond. We also have a brilliant Children's Church called Overcomers (for ages 3-11) and Radical (for ages 11-19). We also have our own Church Coffeewww.lifechangerschurch.co.uk
Unit 5 - Clayfields Industrial Estate, Off Tickhill Road, Balby, Doncaster, DN4 8QG
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Coney Garth Farm Day Nursery01427 753173
We opened our day nursery in October 1997, we were inspired to open the nursery as we had three young sons (triplets! And as working parents we knew the difficulty of finding superb childcare. The farm seemed an perfect place for a kids's nursery, we renovated a huge barn which has a viewing area to the working farm and the milking parlour has been converted into a homely baby unit. The rest of the farm buildings have been converted into an Out of School Club and holiday club, Kids at Coneygarthwww.coneygarthfarmdaynursery.co.uk
Turbary Road, Doncaster, DN9 2JH
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SP DAVIS Memorials - Crematorium in Doncaster01302 710 079
Most of us, at some time in our lives, are faced with the painful task of choosing a suitable Memorial for a departed loved one. It is our intention to provide as huge a selection as possible of unique, tasteful and dignified designs for you to choose from. The Memorial you choose will forever honour the life of someone you love. It is far more than a stone to mark a grave: it is a history of past events; it embodies the personality, character, accomplishments and beliefs of a person.www.spdavismemorials.co.uk
55 Church Street, Doncaster, DN10
Government & CommunityFuneral Services
Priory Place Methodist Church01302 367 737
Priory is an active church located at the middle of Doncaster town centre. Opened in 1833, we always welcome any new members or visitors. Our current minister is Rev Stephen J Clark who has been with us since September 2000. You can read his blog here. We work closely with other Christian denominations. In Doncaster we support the work of Churches Together, worshipping with other Christians and acting together on important issues.www.priorymethodistchurch.org.uk
Printing Office Street, Doncaster, DN1
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International City Church01302 366522
We believe God wants you to be victorious in life. Therefore with integrity and honesty, and in the strength of the Holy Spirit, we strive to present a church that equips and empowers ordinary people to live extraordinary lives, and attempt to supply a centre in your community where you will discover hope, faith, family, and love. Here are the foundational truths that form our Statement of Faith. They're all taken from the Bible which we believe is God's revelation of himself to man. We'd encouragewww.internationalcitychurch.com
30 Nether Hall Road, Doncaster, DN1 2PW
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Doncaster Mobility Centre - Disabled Aids in Doncaster01302 822 099
Parkgate Mobility has mobility shops in Rotherham, Batley, Mansfield, Worksop, Chesterfield, Doncaster, and Barnsley and serves clients throughout the Yorkshire and Derbyshire regions, and online to clients all across the UK. We're one of the biggest retailers of electric mobility scooters, powerchairs, wheelchairs, bathing and toileting aids, incontinence aids, pain relief, pressure care cushions, stairlifts, mobility shoes other self aid equipment in the country. With over three decades tradingwww.parkgatemobility.co.uk
23 High Street, Doncaster, DN5
Government & CommunityDisability Services
Worldshare - Christian Church in Doncaster01302 710273
We've been working with lots of our partners for a long time - over forty years in some cases. We currently have a lasting dedication to continuing to aid existing partners - the way we aid alters as their work grows. However, each year we accept one or more additional new partners into our network. How does that come about? Sometimes, our Board will feel that God is calling us to serve a particular new area of the World, or new area of ministry. In such cases, we conduct extensive research to seekwww.worldshare.org.uk
South Parade, Doncaster, DN10
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Clark & Partners - Mobility Equipment in Doncaster01302 323536
For many of these items it is important that you, your environment and your condition are fully considered, this just can't be done over the internet. Additionally these products are physically difficult to unpack and assemble; our advisor will do all this and more. Purchasing a mobility product off Clark and Partners means you can buy with confidence from a quality provider, which has been successfully serving the requirements of the disabled and less able for over fifty years.www.clarkandpartners.co.uk
120 Saint Sepulchre Gate W, Doncaster, DN1 3AB
Government & CommunityDisability Services
Armthorpe Day Care Nursery01302 530698
A maximum of 70 kids may attend the nursery at any one time. The nursery is open each weekday from 07:30 to 18:00 for 50 weeks of the year. All kids share access to a secure enclosed outdoor play area. There are currently 61 kids aged from a few weeks to under five years on roll. Of these, 20 kids receive funding for early education. Most kids come from the Armthorpe catchment area as most of the parents live locally. The nursery currently supports some kids who speak English as an additional language.www.armthorpe-daycarenursery.com
Church St, Doncaster, DN3 3AH
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St Andrew's Church - Church in Doncaster01427 872 080
The historic building has strong connections with the Wesley Family. Reverend Samuel Wesley was the Rector here from 1695 to 1735 and his sons John, the founder of Methodism, and Charles a prolific hymn writer, were born in Epworth. After his ordination John was curate for a time to his father and in later life when he was denied access to the church he preached from his father's tomb. St Andrew's Church is an integral church both architecturally and historically but it is neither a museum or a shrine.www.standrewsepworth.co.uk
Church Walk, Doncaster, DN9
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