The Hub was inspired by a philosophy of collaboration, charities working together to support the local community. Our diverse range of partners share this ethos. Some are based in Tyler House, some use it every week to deliver their services and others use it once or twice a month for special events.
To find out what we can offer your charity or group, please contact our Hub Manager on 01789 296352 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stratford Samaritans have been supporting our local community since 1990. Our branch and the surrounding area including larger towns in the area like Warwick, Leamington, Alcester, Redditch and Shipston and the many dozens of smaller towns, villages and hamlets in between. Based at Tyler House.
If something’s troubling you please call 116 123, email email@example.com or text 07725 909090.
Lifespace is a charity that recruits and trains volunteer mentors to help young people reduce distress, build resilience and achieve more. Their small team and 60 volunteers work in schools in and around Stratford. Based at Tyler House.
St Basil’s works with young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, helping over 4,000 young people per year across the West Midlands. They started working in Warwickshire in July 2016. Based at Tyler House.
Heart of England Mencap – the voice of learning disability – provides a wide range of services including supported living, residential, outreach, short breaks and daytime activities. Staff training and customer events at Tyler House.
Sunny Side Up is a community group dedicated to supporting older people who may be socially isolated or lonely – or simply wish to put fun and laughter back into their lives. Ukulele Group and Computer Club at Tyler House weekly.
The Parenting Project supports families with children from 0 to 19 years across Stratford District. Their Clopton Centre’s Stay & Play for babies and toddlers is at Tyler House every Thursday in term time.
Al-Anon‘s Stratford Group provides support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else’s drinking, regardless of whether that person is still drinking or not.
Weekly meeting on Tuesday evenings at Tyler House.
Prospects provides tailored education, employment, training and care products and services for people at all stages of life. Their Warwickshire team support vulnerable young people. Weekly drop-in on Wednesday mornings at Tyler House.
Doorway‘s aim is to make sure that vulnerable, homeless young people can look forward with optimism, raise their aspirations and improve their quality of life. Fortnightly drop-in on Tuesday afternoons at Tyler House.
Welcombe Community Radio (website pending) is a non-commercial, community supported, volunteer run digital radio station launching December 2016. Their fully equipped studio is in Tyler House.