Our Projects

Central England Quakers have established several professionally-run organisations to help carry out our work in the world.

Northfield Ecocentre - Set in the urban heart of Northfield, the Ecocentre offers practical and inspiring ideas and advice on how to green up your lifestyle, home or business, whatever the size and budget.
Peacemakers - Peacemakers educates for peace. Our highly experienced trainers work with both school staff and pupils to develop skills, knowledge, behaviour and systems that develop peaceful learning environments.
Peace Hub - Pop in, get a cuppa, take action for peace & justice. Peace Hub is a friendly, shop-style space, focussed on peace & justice. We believe that a just & peaceful world is possible if we work together.
The Priory Rooms - Conveniently located in the heart of Birmingham City Centre, The Priory Rooms is a great place for holding business meetings, conferences, training courses, talks or bespoke events.
The Hope Project - The Hope Project is an agency offering consultancy and training in peace building skills and the creative handling of conflict. In Belarus, Ukraine, and Uganda, we helped to introduce and develop peace education in schools.
Oak Tree House - Oak Tree House’s purpose is to provide a caring residential community offering shelter and fulfillment, informed by Quaker values, to Friends and others in their retirement.
Woodlands Quaker Home - Woodlands Quaker Home is a non-profit home for older people owned and managed by Quakers, two and a half miles from Wolverhampton City Centre.
Redditch Friends Housing Association - Redditch Friends Housing Association is a small family friendly, community based charity, established in 1973. The Housing Association grew from the zeal of a small number of Quakers, who were driven at that time to address the needs of single Read More ...
Woodbrooke - Woodbrooke is not run by Central England Quakers, but is within our geographical area. Woodbrooke’s learning programmes seek to support, inform and transform Quakers and others as individuals and communities.