Black Women’s Resource Centre celebrates move

Children at the centre
Children at the centre

The Black Women’s Resource Centre, formerly based on Burngreave Road, was established in 1994 offering training and positive progression routes for local black women. In 1996, due to demand, the centre developed a 28 place childcare service, offering affordable culturally sensitive childcare for local parents and families.

We have now moved from Burngreave Road to Catherine Road, a purpose built children’s centre. We can now offer up to 56 places for local children under 5 years.

On August 29th 2008 we are holding our Annual General Meeting and open day to officially mark the move we have made in opening our “Watoto Pre-School”. The opening will take place on Friday August 29th 2008 at 11am – 1pm with a programme of activities, cutting of the ribbon and refreshments. This will be followed by our annual general meeting at 1pm – 2pm. Anyone interested in attending the open day and/or becoming a member should contact the centre for further details on 275 1817.

Open day
11:00am to 1:00pm Friday 29 August 2008
Annual General meeting
1:00pm to 2:00pm Friday 29 August 2008

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