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We aim to provide services and support to all sections of the diverse Savile Town community. We aim to encourage those experiencing disadvantage, social and economic exclusion, particularly young people, the elderly and people with disabilities.

Within our community centres, we are committed to providing a safe and culturally sensitive environment, which caters for all groups, particularly women. We aim to provide lifelong learning opportunities at all levels from pre-school children to the elderly.

Our organisation fosters partnership working with private, voluntary and public sectors and we believe by working together we can provide our community with the best opportunities in life and ensure they have access to
information, knowledge and resources to make informed decisions.

Our organisation has been in existence since 1984 and our members are drawn from the Savile Town community, which includes representatives from the Savile Town Youth Association and Savile Women’s Association. We have links with the local mosques and our Committee members work within local companies, public service providers and the voluntary sector.

We manage two facilities:
The first an older community hall where weddings and social activities take place during the day and evening, groups representing the young, elderly and women meet regularly.

Our second venue is a newly refurbished training centre, catering for the needs of women and children in the community, equipped with modern training rooms, creche facilities and IT suite linked to the UK Online initiative.

In both adjacent facilities we aim to provide:
• A quality venue for people of all ages, backgrounds and religions.
• Health, welfare, educational, social activities for people from minority ethnic communities in particular those groups isolated or excluded.
• Large facilities for celebratory events, in particular Asian weddings.
• Opportunities for young people, to divert them away from crime, drugs and antisocial behaviour
• Meeting venues for public and private organisations which seek to target hard to reach sections of the community.
• Opportunities for sharing knowledge and joint projects with other voluntary organisations and community groups.