New Heights Warren Farm Community Project has grown out of Christ the King parish’s concern for the community and its wish to reach out and help where needed.
The Charity operates from two sites:
St Johns Community Centre, 124 Warren Farm Road and also
Community Café based at 108 Warren Farm Road Kingstanding. (Currently closed for refurbishment – Re-opening on 3rd January 2017)
Anna Freeman Project Manager has stated” New Heights is a small Charity that is big on service delivery. The strength and success of the Charity lies predominantly with its many volunteers who give tirelessly to help.
We aim to reduce feelings of isolation for adults by promoting independence, wellbeing and health. This is achieved by facilitating weekly luncheon clubs, community meals , Tai Chi Classes , Knit and Chat classes , IT support group , alcohol support groups and carers support groups. We provide an advice service, supporting adults with a wide range of issues related to, disability, employment, housing and benefit issues. We are delighted to announce we will shortly be working with partners in providing services to support victims of domestic abuse.
We also support groups working with younger people and families in raising aspiration by facilitating weekly playgroups, scouts groups of all ages, Karate classes, Education support groups, home schooling club.
It is our mission to build on our history and to develop further initiatives for the good of the people we serve.
For more information on the current services please call in to see us. St Johns Community Centre is open for enquiries Monday to Friday 10am to 3pm.
For detail of times and dates of specific services go to