Bradford Family Support Network (BFSN) organised an International Day event at the Millside Centre to celebrate the many diverse cultures that reside in our community. The main purpose of the day was to learn about our neighbours’ cultures, country, currency etc. Members of the group were encouraged to come wearing their traditional attire, and to bring a national dish from their country to be shared with others, which allowed them to explore the world with their tastes buds. Each of them also had a chance to do a short presentation to inform the group more about where they come from as well as learning from their friends. Many cultures, one world. It was indeed a wonderful time to celebrate our differences in harmony.

BFSN work to tackle social isolation, deprivation and promote a safe environment where individuals and families can make friends and have their needs met.

If you are interested to join, BFSN meets every Wednesday, 10:30am -1:30pm. 





The Dad’s Chill and Chat sessions are now up and running every Monday afternoon from 1-3 pm  and we would like to invite you along! This is a great opportunity to meet, chat and get to know more about the supportive services available for families and children in the Millside Centre and how to get involved.

We are launching the Millside Centre’s brand new facilities very soon and we would like to invite you to the grand opening event! This will be an exciting family-friendly day with lots of fun activities for all, a fantastic opportunity to tour round the centre and sign up for activities.

THERE’S a buzz of excitement around the Goitside area of Bradford as a new community centre for use by vulnerable people in the district nears completion.

Just over 15 months ago a Big Lottery Fund grant of almost £750,000 was awarded to Christian charity Reach Beyond, whose patron is the Right Reverend Toby Howarth, Bishop of Bradford.