• Phone.
  • +44 01582 484807
  • Email
  • info@africancentre.org.uk
  • Location
  • Office 210 28 Park Street LU1 3FL
  • Weekly Lunch Club holds on Wednesdays from noon

    Our weekly lunch club train is always on the move to bring you foods from every continent of the world. Check our events page for the next menu.
  • Adire Heritage Training/Workshop

    One of our objectives is to promote integration and reduce isolation through our training, workshops and Employability Skills sessions.
  • Engaging and motivating events for all

    Our events are often engaging, motivating and inspiring. BACC works with community and partners to participate in and organize events with specific outcomes for individual and community development.
  • Social Events for local residents

    Social events that speak of what we do to make our clients and participants part and parcel of BACC and the community at large
We are non-profit NGO & Charity Organization
Our qualified staffs provide assistance with housing applications and homelessness prevention. Read more..
We have qualified staffs that provide Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG), support with applications for benefits, parenting tips and mentoring. Read more..
Our training sessions are tailored to meet individual needs. We have qualified and experienced Tutors who provide group and one-to-one sessions aim at . Read more.
Our qualified staffs assist clients with welfare benefit applications, benefit interviews (face-to-face/online) and Advocacy services. Read more..

Welcome to Bedfordshire African Community Centre

Bedfordshire African Community Centre (BACC) was founded in 2002.The purpose for the centre was based on a survey of Africans living across Luton which revealed that Africans living in the area would welcome a centre where they would be able to meet socially and participate in promoting African culture in the community.

Since then, with the support of many organisations and a lot of hard work, the organisation has gone from strength to strength, catering to over 700 people across Luton..

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Become A Volunteer

Volunteering is an enormous way to make a noteworthy difference to your community or cause you care about. It is also a way of giving your time to the community. BACC welcomes people with a wide range of expertise and backgrounds to join the organisation
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