BRAC Stands for Bolton Bury and Rochdale African Community

The aim of BRAC is to encourage migrants to engage and participate fully in British society.

Every Wednesday between 12- 2 PM, BRAC provide a drop-in session where they signpost members of the community experiencing language barriers to various services in Bury and Bolton .

Every Saturday, from 2 to 5 PM, there is a homework club for students whose parents cannot help them due to the language barrier. BRAC are interested in helping children succeed in school. They believe that this extra teaching is providing the impetus and knowledge that they might have missed out on early on in life and help them to catch up what they may be missing due to the language barrier.

BRAC is very keen to seek opportunities for our community to come together, build stronger relationships with others and share their mixed experiences and seek ways to establish here and help other people and communities in the city of Bury and Bolton. The projects have been devised by BRAC  community members and reflect their needs and aspirations as they try to establish, adapt, and integrate to British society. 

13 Parkhill Rd Metro Church, Bury BL9 9AU

The BRAC Connect and Thanks Event that will take place on Saturday 14th of May 2022 from 2pm to 6pm at the Moses Centre, Bury BL9 0SB.


BRAC Connect Event Flyer

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