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Priory Family Centre CIC

We deliver early years provision, adult learning and employment projects designed to help unemployed people find work.
Breaking Bread, a catering business supplying food to primary schools and buffets to the public and private sectors, has recently launched a food bank supplying people in crisis with free food. Breaking bread is part of the Priory Family Centre Group.

Address details

The Wesley Centre Spring Head
Postal Town
WS10 9AD

Organisation Contact Details

0121 556 5405
Phone other
0121 556 0420

Contact Person Details

Contact Name
Ruth Ellison
Centre Manager


  • Health
  • Financial and debt advice and credit unions
  • Employment and training
  • Education and research
  • Economic, social and community development
  • Cohesion and civic participation
  • Advocacy
  • Social services
  • Voluntary and community organisations

Main Beneficiaries

Services focused on particular beneficiaries do not imply that they are offered exclusively to these persons only.

  • Specific Need or Circumstance

    • People who have disabilities (unspecified)
    • People who have sensory disabilities (sight, hearing, etc)
    • People who have physical disabilities (excluding sensory disabilities)
    • People who are socially excluded/isolated/lonely
    • People who are unemployed
    • People who are homeless/in housing need
    • People who are in financial need
    • People who are at risk or vulnerable
    • People who are asylum seekers/refugees
    • People who are students
    • People who are carers
  • Specific Faith Focus

    • People from all faiths / multi-faith / inter-faith people
  • Sexual Orientation Focus

    • People of all sexual orientations
  • Household

    • All households
  • Gender Focus

    • All genders
  • Ethnic Focus

    • People from all ethnic groups
  • Age Focus

    • People of all ages

Organisation last updated: Tue, 11th October 2016

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