About The Hub Fenton

Creative activity for the whole community

The Hub in Christchurch Street, Fenton, Stoke on Trent is a charity  working with the community for the benefit of the community.

Established in 2011 it  originally helped young people develop their ideas and deliver their own mini projects. More recently the focus has been to support the socially isolated and vulnerable members of the community 

There are Coffee, Craft and Chat events each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning. Some of our visitors come along with their carers. The sessions are very informal and everyone can do as much or as little as they choose.  There are many different activities. For example, why not improve your computer skills?  Or come along and join in the baking or sewing sessions.

During school holidays the programme changes slightly.   Families are very welcome.  

Our Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

The Hub was awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in June 2020. Due to the pandemic, the presentation was postponed until all volunteers could be present.

HM Lord Lieutenant Mr Ian Dudson CBE KStJ presented the Certificate and Crystal to volunteers at The Hub on 17th October 2021. Each volunteer received a certificate and badge. Volunteers give several thousand hours each year to support the local community. It was fitting that they received their awards with friends and family. The High Sheriff of Staffordshire and his wife, Mr Jamie Friend and Mrs Sanda Friend, attended along with Mrs Pippa Gee DL and Mr Humphrey Scott Moncrieff DL.