Voluntary Organisations

Council Offices, Foster Avenue, Beeston
The Citizens Advice service aims: To provide the advice people need for the problems they face. To improve the policies and practices that affect peoples lives.

The service provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. It values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination.
Opening Times:
Mon, Thurs & Fri: 10am – 1pm
Tuesday: 9:30am – 4pm
Wednesday Debt Drop in – 10am – 2pm

0844 994194
2 Cross Street, Beeston
We are a Beeston based charity (1144814) providing support to Veterans, serving personnel and their families across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.

Our drop-in centre is open 5 days a week and apart from tea, coffee and biscuits we provide advice and guidance on
• Employment (cv, interview, job search) • Housing (property advice and options) • Health (PTSD, addiction, disability) • Finance (advice and signposting)
We’re five minutes walk, it would be great to see you.
Opening Times:
Mon – Fri: 10.30am-3.00pm

01159 220320
44 – 46 Wollaton Road, Beeston
On the 19th December 2013, Michelle & Richard Daniels were dealt one of life’s hardest blows when their beautiful daughter Emily was stillborn. After 9 months of love and care for their unborn daughter, a freak twist of fate meant that she would be gone all too soon. The care that they received from the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham was first class and both Michelle and Richard can only speak with the highest regard, for all the support they had and continue to have from them

Michelle & Richard agreed that when the time was right, they would work together to raise the necessary funds to have a facility that catered for the needs of parents who faced a similar situations.  In order to do this, they need to raise a minimum of £100,000, this money will help to pay for the construction, build and equipment for a bereavement suite at the QMC.  Forever Stars is a registered charity (reg no. 1156990), by the Charity Commission in England.

8 Swiss Mills Court, Cross Street, Beeston
Framework is a homelessness charity, based in Nottinghamshire, providing housing, support, training, care and resettlement services – opening doors to thousands of homeless and vulnerable people in the East Midlands and parts of South Yorkshire.

Homelessness prevention services work by offering practical help and support to people who are struggling to cope with problems that could lead to them losing their home.
Homelessness really can happen to anybody, regardless of their age, social background and professional circumstances

0115 9078880
158 High Road, Beeston
We are a team of counsellors trained in a variety of approaches. We are a Community Interest Company. Any profits in excess of those needed to run the centre are transferred to the bursary fund, this offsets the cost of counselling for individuals on a low income.

Our counselling offers the opportunity and space to be listened to, in a confidential and secure environment. Call us on 0115 9170500 to speak to one of our reception staff. Or visit www.newdawncounselling.org.uk
Opening Times:
Mon – Thurs – 9.00am- 5.00pm
Friday –  9.00am -1.00pm
(Weekday and evening counselling appointments available.)

0115 9170500
2 Nuart Road, Beeston
The Pearson Centre for Young People is a youth and community centre in the heart of Beeston town centre.

We work with children and young people from the age of 5 to 18 years, predominantly through the auspices of 17th Nottingham BB & 30th Nottingham GB.  We also provide after school activities during term time and holiday clubs during the majority of school holidays.
In addition, the Centre is available to hire for private and commercial purposes.  We have meeting rooms, sports hall/auditorium, astro turf, dance studio, IT suite and kitchen.
Office Hours:
Monday to Friday: 9am – 4pm

0115 9254112