The Hub@BA15 is located in Church Street, Bradford on Avon. It is a Charitable Trust made up of three sponsoring bodies; Bradford on Avon Churches Together (BACT), The Town Council and BoACAN (Bradford on Avon Community Area Network).
We are passionate about empowering people in our community not only to relieve poverty but to encourage improvement of health and wellbeing and a sense of purpose together with volunteering opportunities.The provision includes a foodbank, work club and debt and money management advice together with other services and facilities including a meeting space.
Ken Loach (director of films about welfare benefits and homelessness such as Cathy Come Home and I, Daniel Blake) is coming at short notice to Bradford on Avon.
He will be talking about the research into his films and there will be the opportunity for questions. This is an amazing chance to hear about contemporary social issues so come along to St Margaret’s Hall Thursday 15th June at 7.30pm. This event is been arranged by a trustee of the Hub@BA15 and so is sponsored by this charity. Admission is free but there will be the opportunity to donate to help cover costs and give to the charity of Mr Loaches choice.
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