The Redditch Mosque Trust’s “Welfare” project

Redditch Mosque Trust’s “Welfare” project is to serve humanity, to help those less fortunate or in need, no matter who. Any member of the public, who requires help of any sort including food, medicine, transport, please text the Management Team on 07312 000070 or email On behalf of the Syrian families in Redditch and […]


The food supply for refugees in Calais and Dunkirk has drastically reduced. Some associations have pulled out and the French state have scaled back what they provide. Certain sites are reporting drinking water shortages. People in Motion would like to send funds to buy food packs that will be bought and distributed on the ground […]

‘Licensed to Rhyme Take Over’

    Presented by and featuring former Birmingham poet laureate Spoz and Tom McCann. The event will highlight the first public performance of the Redditch Borough Poem, a community poetry project to which many different individuals and groups have contributed. The idea is that lots of different people with a connection to Redditch each write […]

Two Community Winter Picnics

Parkside Bromsgrove, Saturday 15th February Redditch Library, Saturday 22nd February Food, dance and story-telling – all FREE! See you there!

Redditch Community Lottery

The Redditch Community Lottery has been launched and BRWR has been chosen as one of their good causes. When you buy a £1 lottery ticket, you can nominate which of the 15 good causes will benefit from your purchase. Your chosen cause will get 50p and 10p will go to other causes in Redditch Borough. […]

Community get-together at the Mosque

Photos from the Mosque visit last month. It was an opportunity for some refugees, the Church Mother’s Union Group and the Muslim community to mingle together. One refugee commented: “I just prayed for my family and everyone in Syria“. The Mosque provided refreshments for the visitors. In addition, the Mother’s Union visitors also supported the […]

BRWR Craft Stall at The Bridge Church

Here are some photos from the Bridge Church, where the BRWR Craft Group displayed and sold their hand made items. The Craft Group is a vehicle to further support and extend language acquisition in a “real life situation“ and help the refugees become more culturally aware through interaction with different individuals. The Craft Group helps […]