Worcester Community Trust is a registered charity that runs six community hubs in the city of Worcester providing crucial facilities for community use, activities and services that empower people of all ages. 

We aim to be at the centre of thriving communities and for our hubs to be central to community activity to achieve our vision:

Worcester: A city where people feel connected, supported and empowered. 

Through our projects, we deliver a wide range of services that make a difference to the daily lives of people in our communities including the socially isolated, the lonely, victims of domestic abuse and the wider community.


Worcester Community Trust was set up in 2010 to join three charities together, taking on the management of community centres owned by Worcester City Council and taking on youth and community work on behalf of Worcester City Council and Worcestershire County Council.


The Directors of the company are our Trustees, led by the Chair, Bridget Brickley. All of our Trustees are volunteers. The Trustees set the strategic direction for the organisation and day-to-day performance is delegated to the Chief Executive Officer, Jon Newey and the team.


Worcester: A City where people feel connected, supported and empowered


Bringing communities together by delivering services and activities for all


We collaborate: Working together with local people and partners to achieve more

We are inclusive: Access for all, welcoming diversity and valuing uniqueness

We are ambitious: We value innovation and creativity, driving a progressive, dynamic and visionary organisation.

Delivering excellence: Investing in our staff, volunteers and infrastructure to provide quality and professional services

How We Are Funded

Our work is funded through lettings income generated by hiring out our community centres and from grants, charitable funds and contracts to deliver our services.

Our Partnerships

We work alongside a number of local and national organisations to ensure we are delivering the best possible service we can, and that members of our community are receiving the best support possible. We are also extremely grateful for the support we receive from local and national businesses.

Our Commitments

We have signed the Stay Connected pledge for Worcestershire, which means we are committed to helping put an end to loneliness; helping people feel more connected, less isolated and healthier.

We are a White Ribbon accredited organisation, which means we are committed to making a difference in our communities to end violence against women and girls.