We are seeking to recruit a passionate, energetic and creative person to work with young people. If you are looking to join a team whose purpose is to help young people to be respected, valued and have their voices heard, then this is the right opportunity for you.

Young people have so much to offer, and they are already an important part of the service users that come to the Millside Centre.

We want to offer a weekly session of activities which is geared toward supporting these young people to realise their full potential. Running this session and connecting young people to their communities is a crucial part of this role.

The post is for 3 hours a week at the rate of £25 per hour on a sessional basis. 

Click on this link to download the Job Description and the Application form.

Youth Worker Description

Youth Worker Application Form

Completed applications are to be sent to Juliet Adoch, the Millside Centre Manager, by email to jadoch@millsidecentre.org  before 5pm on 7th October 2022.

We are currently taking taking on referral for Digital Inclusion Course!

We are accepting referrals for the Digital Inclusion Course. The course will cover IT and Customer Service. To refer or self-refer, please contact us by email: info@millsidecentre.org and by phone: 01274 409661

Support the Millside Fundraising drive as the Millside Magnificent Mallards participate in a Dragon Boat race on the 3rd July 2022 @Saltaire. Give by clicking the following link: https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/Millside-Mallards. The Fund will go towards the different engagements that happen at the Millside Centre.

A huge thank you to all that have contributed!!!

Five years ago on 25th February 2017, the Millside Centre opened its doors to the public. We are so blessed and privileged to still be here five years on, continuing to serve the needs of the most vulnerable and to offer activities, sessions and projects that give people hope so they can improve their lives for good. It is a real honour to be a place of sanctuary for many in our city and to celebrate this milestone; we are launching a few fundraising plans in the coming months.

Did you catch our knitting group on BBC Look North last month? The Look North team captured our Knitting Group ladies’ recent project making amazing winter warmers for the new Afghan refugee children in Bradford. Check out the link below to watch the short feature. If anyone would like to donate wool to our knitting group, please email us on info@millsidecentre.org

Our #MillsideHero of 2021 is awarded to Stef, our amazing Youth Engagement Officer who worked tirelessly and with so much passion and dedication to organise and deliver fun, relevant and engaging sessions for our youth from outdoor sports activities, trips to Yorkshire Dales and taking them out to the cinema, bowling and ice-skating too. She accomplished all this while doing a full time Master’s degree in Drama Therapy and juggling so many other responsibilities and has been a real beacon of light and positivity for those who needed it most. We are sad to announce that this project has ended, but we organised a lovely Christmas party to celebrate all that Stef and our volunteer Nathan achieved in the last 18 months and want to honour Stef for all her hard work and wish her all the best in her future endeavours. We have no doubt that her future ahead will be bright.

We are looking for someone to take on the role of Millside Centre Host, welcoming our partners and service users during evenings and at weekends.

There are a number of groups interested in hiring our rooms for training, workshops and meetings outside normal working hours, so we are seeking a self-motivated person who is friendly, enthusiastic and dependable, and who would be willing to be trained to use our facilities and assist clients.

Job Club Update

Our Job Club finally resumed to in-person sessions n October and we are so thrilled to be able to provide vital support for our service users who are currently unemployed and desperately actively looking for work opportunities.

Rohingya ESOL class

We are so pleased to be working in partnership with AROUK, the Rohingya organisation based in Bradford supporting Rohingya refugees. Did you know that Bradford has one of the largest Rohingya communities in Europe? Many of them came to Bradford as part of the Resettlement project through UNHCR and Home Office to give them a new chance and sense of dignity back and over the last 10 years, they have become an established group in the city of Bradford.

Our Welcome Café recently opened up again to the public and we are now welcoming customers for a sit-down lunch as well as offering takeaway options too. We are thrilled to have a new cohort of students on the course who are so keen to learn catering skills and serve old and new customers.