I met with Lynn Bailey to find out more about Better Action For Families (BAFF) which has recently marked its 20th anniversary. I started by asking how BAFF got started. “It started with my daughter Leanne,” Lynn explained. “She’s got learning disabilities and when she got to about 17 or
Better Action For Families (BAFF) said goodbye to Alia Nessa who moved from the ABCD project after 2 years to a new position and we wish her all the best for the future. We welcomed Gayle Graham who will be taking the shared post with Lynn Bailey as Community Builders
South Leeds was well represented at the recent Tenfold Awards, both amongst nominees and winners. Adam Ogilvie, who stood down as a Councilloor for Beeston & Holbeck in May, won a Special Recognition Award. Adam was the long standing co-chair of the Leeds Learning Disability (LD) Partnership Board. Kath Lindley Tenfold’s
Better Action For Families (BAFF), the Beeston charity that supports people with learning disabilities and their families have landed two grants in recent months. They received a National Lottery Awards For All grant of nearly £10,000 and doubled it with support from the Morrisons charitable trust. Lynn Bailey and Jackie
Better Action For Families (BAFF), which operates out of Beeston Village Community Centre has been recognised by the Duke of York’s Community Initiative. BAFF is one of 42 Yorkshire based community groups, who have been recognised by the prestigious royal reward scheme in its latest round of awards. The charity works to support
Beeston-based charity Better Action For Families (BAFF) are almost £10,000 better off after the Morrisons supermarket in Morley decided to back their work supporting children with learning disabilities and their families. Jackie Hartley, who has worked at the store for fourteen years nominated BAFF where she is a trustee, having
Eighty people attended Better Action For Families second AGM at Beeston Village Community Centre last Tuesday (10 May 2016). Beeston-based Better Action For Families (BAFF) provides services to people with learning disabilities. Regular sessions include social and exercise groups, a walking group, family fun. The charity also has an allotment.