The Feast is proud to have started in Birmingham, the UK’s second city, and for this to be our base and largest centre of activity. We owe a great debt of thanks to the many local colleagues in this field of work, faith leaders, volunteers and friends who have helped shape us since we commenced in 2009
In addition to a team of youth workers and volunteers, Birmingham is where our Trustees, CEO and hub of administration, finance, resources and communications functions reside.
Increasingly we are working in different areas of Birmingham, after initially being focused on Sparkhill and Lozells. With the recent move to our new office we are developing links in the community of Small Heath. Our work in schools now takes us across the city, with more and more young people being introduced to the work of The Feast.
Telephone: 0121 213 1711
172 Herbert Road, Small Heath, Birmingham, B10 0PR
The Feast’s work in Luton began in 2014 after discussions between local Luton contacts and The Feast national office. The first pilot event was held in Dec 2014, with a Local Leadership Group being formed in early 2015.
Currently the work is led by Ulrike Hunt, who started as Development Manager in April 2017.
For news on our work in Luton, check out the “News” section and type ‘Luton’ into the search bar
The Feast’s work in Tower Hamlets commenced in 2012, and is currently led by Dumaeza Nhlapo and Rukshana Aktar, our part time youth workers and managed by the Local Advisory Group.
Office: Bethnal Green Mission Church, 305 Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9LH
LAG Chair: Mark Hutchings
Youth Worker: Dumaeza Nhlapo (part-time, mainly Wednesday to Friday)
Youth Worker: Rukshana Aktar (part-time, Thursdays)
The Feast’s work in Bradford and Keighley is led by Development Manager Naweed Hussain, and with the help of his LAG, is developing strategies and plans for the two distinct communities he serves – Bradford and Keighley.
The Feast has picked up friends from a number of countries outside the UK, including Lebanon, Switzerland and Germany, and we took a group of young people from Birmingham to Ghana in 2015. In order to specifically support this growing network an International Committee was set up in 2015.
We currently have no vacancies. Follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook for details of other future opportunities.
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