Our partners range from housing associations and town councils to libraries and from the Job Centre Plus to centres for disabled and elderly people.
Neighbourhood Learning courses are great because they are relevant to what local residents want and need'.
- Ifty Choudary, Brookside Hall Community Association Chair
Our current partners in Northampton include:
- Bellinge Community House, Billing Mead Square
- Brookside Hall Community Association, The Brookside Hall, Lings Local Centre, Billing Brookside Road
- Northampton Jesus Centre, Abington Square
- Northampton Partnership Homes, The Guildhall, St Giles Square
- The Good Loaf, First Floor, 1-9 Overstone Road
- Eve Women's Refuge
- Spectrum Northants Limited, Berrywood Road, Duston
- The Hope Centre, 35-37 Campbell Street
- Deaf Connect, The Spencer Dallington Community Centre, Tintern Avenue
Through discussion with your local curriculum co-ordinator we can help your clients and users to progress towards employability, volunteering and independent living in the community.
We welcome enquiries from local organisations in our towns who would like to know more about how we can work together. You can find out more about offering a Neighbourhood Learning course through your organisation as a partner by contacting your local curriculum co-ordinator: