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COVID-19 Update from Father Hudsons Care

New Heights


Warren farm community project Birmingham

New Heights Community Project provides wide-ranging support to people throughout the Kingstanding area of Birmingham to reduce isolation and overcome barriers that local people face. Their community café and St John’s Centre offer places to meet and socialise, as well as hosting activities and services run by New Heights and other organisations.

Father Hudson’s Care was involved with New Heights for fourteen years, providing professional support as the project flourished and grew. In January 2019, New Heights became fully independent. 

We are proud to have worked with New Heights over the years, and will maintain links by co-ordinating activities with nearby Maryvale Community Project and through the Caritas Archdiocese of Birmingham network. We wish New Heights continuing success for the future. 

To find out more, visit or call 0121 386 4345 for the drop in centre or 0121 384 2333 for the Community Café.

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