Based in the beautiful All Saints Church opposite St Luke’s Hospital, The Landmark Centre offers a wide range of activities and training opportunities to the people of the area.
We currently run projects supporting disabled children and tackling digital exclusion, in particular helping people look for work online. Previous projects have worked with young families, refugees, and the elderly. We are an inclusive and welcoming charity which aims to improve the life chances of local people.
In 2001 the Landmark Centre was established by All Saints Church, Little Horton, as a company limited by guarantee for the purpose of running community activities within the Church. It is a registered charity.
Landmark uses meeting rooms within the body of the church, including a large meeting room, suitable for seated groups of 25-30, a smaller room currently rented out as an office, a kitchen, a converted chapel which is now the IT room and a vestry for smaller groups. Part of the nave has been cleared of pews and is available as open dance and drama space.
Although founded by the Church, the Centre is open to all, and our users are of different faith traditions. Landmark has a Christian ethos, whilst being an equal opportunities employer.