Kids workers in Dudley gather for support

Are you a kids worker in the Dudley borough? Why not join with others who share your heart and your role at the Love Dudley Kids Next Gen Borough Hub?

Love Dudley’s Kids Hub will be meeting on Tuesday 18th Jan and Wednesday 4th May at 1pm at the Little Taste of Heaven Cafe in Wordsley.

Next Gen Borough Hubs exist to help connect children’s and youth workers within specific boroughs. They gather on different days and different times throughout the year.

Dudley Kids was the first Borough Hub to start almost a decade ago when a small group of full-time church kids workers in Dudley began meeting informally for a coffee and a supportive chat. The model has now grown into 6 individual Borough Hubs for both kids and youth workers in all four borough of the Black Country. The heart behind each Borough Hubs remains the same – to provide local, supportive relationships for Next Gen workers.

Any kids or youth worker is welcome to join their local Borough Hub. Please email info@loveblackcountry.org.uk for more information on any of the Next Gen Borough Hubs.

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