Batley Care and Drop-In

Batley Care and Drop In is an ecumenical venture that was opened for homeless and socially isolated people in November 2010. "Socially isolated" can mean someone affected by substance misuse or an elderly person who needs the company. Those who come vary in age from those in their teens to quite elderly people.

They provide food and hygiene parcels, and, when available, warm clothes and bedding. They regularly offer haircuts and have a housing advisor who comes in. They can also refer people to Batley Food Bank in crisis situations.

For further information contact John or Eileen Trevenna on 07762 141 646

They meet in the Brimer Hall, below Central Methodist Church, on Batley Market Square, where there is a comfortable room and a very busy kitchen!

They are open two mornings per week - Monday and Thursday, from 10am to 12.30pm. Visitors receive a very warm welcome, hot food and drinks, a cooked lunch, and advice or support if needed. They have a great team of volunteers, many from the various Christian Churches in Batley. A number of those who come to the Drop In comment on the relaxed atmosphere among guests and volunteers alike.

Batley Central Methodist Church

“The Church in the Market Place”

Commercial Street


West Yorkshire

WF17 5DS

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