September 23, 2021
This course, provided by our learning partners the WEA, is for ESOL learners assessed at Entry 2, ready to progress to Entry 3, who wish to work in the care industry. Students will improve their communication and employability skills to prepare them for a career in care.
September 14, 2021
The deadline for applications for this post has now been extended until 12 noon on Friday September 24th. St John’s Centre has been serving the Old Trafford Community for 40 years, working with volunteers at all levels. An opportunity has come up for us to recruit a part-time Volunteer Coordinator for one year.
September 13, 2021
As part of the Manchester Literature Festival, St John’s Church presents its annual Cabaret for Freedom, hosted by Shirley May and featuring Tolu Agbelusi, Yomi Sode & Young Identity. Join them for an evening of poetry and music reflecting on the theme of such a time as this. Saturday 16th October at 7pm – tickets £10/6. For more information and to book tickets, please go the the MIF website.
September 10, 2021
Even though the Centre was closed to the public for much of lockdown, we were still very busy! Kamal, who has been working with us under the Kickstarter programme, has created a Newsletter which includes what we’ve been up to over the past 18 months, and what we’ve got coming up as the new academic year begins. You can have a look at it on the Our Latest Newsletter page.