Worcester Community Trust is a charity managing 6 community centres in Worcester and running a range of community projects which are changing the lives of people every day.
Our Vision is – Worcester: A city where people feel connected, supported and empowered.
Worcester Community Trust was set up in 2010 to join together 3 charities and take on the management of Community Centres owned by Worcester City Council and to take on youth and community work on behalf of the City Council and Worcestershire County Council.
We have a successful track record of delivering a wide range of services to people in the areas of greatest deprivation in Worcester including
- Youth services
- Domestic abuse support
- Family support
- Lunch clubs and services for older people
- Support for the socially isolated
- Community work and events
- Construction skills
At Worcester Community Trust we also have fantastic facilities available to hire, but we are not usually the first point of call for most Businesses looking for a venue for their next event. Companies in the past have either not known about us or they have never considered using a Community Hub for a Business Meeting – That is until they visit!
We have many local Companies (including some of the largest) who book our facilities for Board Meetings, Training Courses, Team Meetings and Team Building Days. We have six Community Hubs, three of which are used extensively by Businesses.
Our prices are based on what you book and we give you the opportunity of making further savings by hiring our kitchens & preparing your own Teas / Coffees, although we will happily make it for you!
However, don’t take our word for it, come along and take a look! We would be delighted to show you around any of our Hubs.
All of our Hubs are equipped with kitchens, so we can offer you the opportunity of saving money on Teas & Coffees by bringing your own and paying a small charge for kitchen access. However, we are more than happy to make it for you!
Charity Name: Worcester Community Trust
Charity number: 1112342