What we offer

We work in partnership with a number of strategic organisations, agencies and community groups, as well as individuals who are passionate about supporting vulnerable people in our community and equipping them with the right tools to thrive despite the many challenges they may be facing.

The centre’s full schedule includes:


Stay & Play: Under 5’s – 10am – 12pm.

We facilitate a range of services to meet the needs of local children from birth to five years and their families. We aim to improve the health and well-being for children and young people to ensure they grow up happy, active and safe.

English My Way – 10am – 12pm

The main aim of the Talk English is to help individuals improve their language skills, access services and get more involved in the community. It’s a pre-entry level class for beginners, for adults with little to no English.

Job Club – 1pm – 3pm

Are you unemployed and looking for a job? Come along to our Job Club drop in every Monday to get help with setting up an email, CV building, help with job applications and much more. Our Job Club supervisor will provide 1-2-1 support and will advise and motivate each client to identify their skills and write down their goal, increasing their confidence and encouraging them to apply for volunteering, education, training and job opportunities.

Andy’s Man Club – 7pm – 9pm

Andy’s Man Club is a support group for men aged 18 and above to come together, have a brew and get anything off their chest. It’s a totally non-judgemental and confidential safe space. No referrals needed. Just turn up and know #ITSOKAYTOTALK


Refugee and Asylum Seeker Support – 10am – 2pm

The British Red Cross runs a drop in session to support destitute asylum seekers by offering emergency food and clothing to those facing severe hardship. They also help refugees to access services and offer friendly advice to the most vulnerable, particularly to new arrivals and failed asylum seekers as well as dealing with family reunification.


English Conversation Class – 10am – 11:30am  

A women’s English class that aims to develop confidence, fluency and understanding in listening and speaking English to others. Each session contains songs and rhymes to develop rhythm in speaking English. This class is perfect for beginners, but unfortunately has no crèche.

Family Centre (Bradford Family Support Network) – 10:30am – 1pm 

A variety of help and support for parents with children under 5 years, which also includes craft making, supporting families, activities, trips and home visits. BFSN are all about developing relationships and building community in a fun, engaging and safe environment.

Millside Voices – 1:30pm – 3pm

Do you love to sing or want to learn? Enjoy meeting new people? Come and experience an uplifting weekly singing session that promotes mental and physical well-being in a safe environment. Join us as we learn songs in different languages and from different parts of the world. Tea and cake provided will be provided each week.


Ladies’ Knitting Group  –  10am – 12pm 

Do you like to knit or want to learn? Would you like to meet other ladies and make new friends? Come and join our friendly group of ladies from all nations. We learn, knit, chat, and have fun together. Beginners are also welcomed.

Settled Status Drop-in – 9:30am – 1pm

Due to Brexit all Europeans living in the UK (those that have been living here 1 day and those that have been here 20 years) will need to apply for Settled Status. Europeans who have been living in the UK for 5 years should be entitled to Settled Status, which will then give them rights similar to a British National and they will be entitled to UK benefits, the same as a British National would.  Those that have been in the UK for less than 5 years will get pre-settled status which will currently give them similar rights to what they already have. Come along to our drop-in to get help with applying for Settled Status.


Empowered Steps – 10:15am – 12:30pm 

A FREE six weeks session run by personal coach Nina, who support women who have been affected by domestic violence, inspiring them to acquire simple effective tools to develop resilience and overcome barriers in order to take positive personal steps towards a better future.


Bradford Community Kitchen –  1pm – 3pm 

Bradford Community Kitchen provides hot food, puddings and hot drinks to homeless people every Sunday in the centre and have a heart to feed and support the most vulnerable and needy in the community.

For more information about any of these services or find out about volunteering opportunities – please email us directly at: info@millsidecentre.org

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