Even in a divided world, we believe people can live well together

Book a place on a C.A.R.E. (Confidently Addressing Radicalisation & Extremism) Course

A certified (level 2) one-day course (9.30 am - 6.30 pm) For health, social care, local authority, probation, education, prisons, police, youth & community workforces


Author: Maureen Hebblewhite

Near Neighbours Grants

The current round of Near Neighbours funding closed for new applications on 17th November 2017. We are waiting to hear whether we will have a new round of funding for the financial year beginning April 2018. As soon as we know, we will put information on this website.



Attend FREE WRAP Training (Workshops to Raise Awareness of Prevent)

Terrorism is a real and serious threat to us all and we have seen that terrorists can strike at any time and any place without warning. Leicestershire’s focus is to work with, for and on behalf of our communities. Everyone can play their part in the identification, referral and support of vulnerable people who may be drawn to extremism and at riskof radicalisation. The WRAP workshop is an introduction to the safeguarding elements of Prevent.


Author: Maureen Hebblewhite

Latest news

  • Visit from the Royal College of Defence Studies

    St Philip's Centre hosts visitors from the Royal College of Defence Studies. Read more

  • St Philip's Centre to support National Samosa Week

    This year we will be supporting National Samosa Week with an event on 12th April in St Philip's Church. Read more

  • CCJ Rabbi Clergy Conference

    Tom Wilson attended the Council of Christians and Jews first conference for Rabbi and Clergy. Read more

  • Holi in the Snow

    On Thursday 1st March, Tom Wilson and Laura Johnson attended Holi celebrations at Cossington Recreation Ground in the snow. Read more

  • FODIP project

    The St Philip's Centre has been supporting the Tough Options programme of the Forum for discussion of Israel and Palestine (FODIP) that has been running in Leicester over the past few months. Read more

  • Reimagining Britain

    A review of the Archbishop of Canterbury's book Reimagining Britain Read more