Bromsgrove Youth and Community Hub

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The Hub was established following consultation with young people and them identifying a missing gap within the centre of Bromsgrove. Young People have always been at the heart of the development of the hub, shaping the building, resources and sessions delivered. The Hub was officially launch in June 2018 and became a CIO in the summer of 2020. We provided young people of Bromsgrove a base were they can speak to professionals on a range of topics including relationship advice, mental health support, self-esteem and sexual health. It will also provide parenting sessions.

Young people can access mentoring and counselling and have a space where they can go with their friends or if they need support. The Hub is benefitting the wider Bromsgrove community by, tackling concerns of anti-social behaviour and a place where they can meet professionals and gain support themselves.

Currently at the hub we are delivering:

  • Music sessions for young people who wouldn’t normally be able to afford to access them.
  • We have a very strong LGBTQ group which meets weekly.
  • We deliver Empowerment groups, which focus on identified young people which may be a risk of criminal involvement, county lines or Child Exploitation.
  • We do outreach sessions, where are workers engage with young people in the community, we undertake this between 2-3 per week.
  • We also work in the schools across Bromsgrove offering sessions on topics such as drugs and alcohol, ASB, Self Esteem and community cohesion.
  • We work in partnership with Reach Out Bromsgrove and support the DJ workshop sessions which they deliver.
  • We deliver community projects, which helps bridge the gap between the generations.
  • We also offer drop in and one to one session to support young people on a individual basis.


We are also responsive to the needs of young people and the project funding by Active HW last summer is an example of this, as the challenging needs of the young people using the Asda car park was identified, engagement with the young people was undertaken via outreach sessions to build a relationship and establish what the young people interest were. Once successful with the funding we were able to host a multi sports program at the car park, and the success of these sessions saw a reduction in county lines activities at the location, reduction of drug use by the young people and a interest in their physical and emotional well being with the young people being diverted into gym and swim sessions as well as the sessions on a Friday night.

Services provided for

  1. All LGBT+ Communities
  2. Trans People/People with gender histories
  3. Young People

Key areas of work

  1. Advice/Information
  2. Befriending/1:1
  3. Counselling
  4. Drop-in Service
  5. Education
  6. Equal Opportunities/Discrimination
  7. Events
  8. Faith
  9. Gender
  10. Harassment
  11. Mental Health
  12. Pride
  13. Self-help/Support Group
  14. Sexual Health
  15. Sexual Violence
  16. Training
  17. Volunteering

Contact Details


07717 438427


[email protected]


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