Our Partners

Our partners help us deliver our services in Bootle and Sefton.

Brunswick Youth and Community Centre partners with various organisations.

Some of our partners (and the work we do with them) include the following organisations (Click on the logos to read more about them):

Sefton MBC sponsors Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

Jamie Carragher Sports and Learning Academy partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

Merseyside Youth Association partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

(For MYA Talent Match)

St. Leonard's Youth and Community Centre partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

One Vision Housing partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

South Sefton CCG partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

Sefton OPERA partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

Merseyside Police partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

(Merseyside Police and Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service partner with us for community safety and anti-social behaviour.)

Sefton CVS sponsors Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

New Realities

(A collaboration with Sefton CVS and Sefton MBC)

Healthwatch Sefton partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

Sefton MBC sponsors Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

(For Seaforth and All Saints Children’s Centre)

Donoghue Solicitors sponsors Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

Merseyrail partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

 

Merseytravel partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

Network Rail partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

ADHD Foundation partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

Merseyside Youth Association partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

(For Sefton Performing Arts and Creative Education “Space”)

Brunswick Youth and Community Centre partners with Community Foundation for Merseyside.

People First partners with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

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Johnsons Toyota Liverpool

Johnsons Toyota Liverpool supporter of Brunswick Youth and Community Centre

 

How We Work With Our Partners

Membership of Brunswick Youth and Community Centre is FREE, and many of our activities are free of charge to members.

Our many partnerships assist us in providing this, and delivering on our activities and objects as a registered charity. Read more about those here.

By working with organisations in both the public and private sector we are able to obtain and share resources.

This means that we can provide greater access, support, and facilities for the young people of Bootle and the wider Sefton community.

Keith Lloyd of Brunswick Youth and Community Centre with Kevin Donoghue of Donoghue Solicitors.

Keith Lloyd of Brunswick Youth and Community Centre with Kevin Donoghue of Donoghue Solicitors.

Collaboration

We are keen to collaborate with others.

For example, our partnership with Seaforth and All Saints Children’s Centres means that we can expand our offer to services for to 0-4 year old children (“Tumbling Tots”).

As part of the Linacre Ward Hub funded by Sefton MBC,  we work with St. Leonard’s Youth and Community Centre and SPACE (Merseyside Youth Association) to provide universal access for 4-19 year olds, six days a week. We also work together on targeted youth work. Our outreach programme and ADHD groups are examples of that.

And we cater for 16-19 year olds in our partnership with Jamie Carragher Sports and Learning Academy.

Other partners work with us on strategic development:

  • Sefton MBC (for strategic development, prevention, early intervention work, and community resilience)
  • Merseyside Police and Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service (for community safety and anti-social behaviour work)
  • Sefton CVS working on New Realities (a collaborative agreement for Sefton MBC and Sefton CVS)
  • Donoghue Solicitors (website development and marketing support).
Partners during the official launch of the Brunswick Community Garden who helped make it a reality.

Partners during the official launch of the Brunswick Community Garden who helped make it a reality.

Become a Partner

We are always interested in developing new partnerships within the public and private sectors.

If you are interested in helping us make a difference in the community then contact us on 0151 922 3552 and ask to speak to Keith Lloyd (Centre Manager).

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Brunswick Youth and Community Centre support the Armed Forces Community.