About us.

Womenzone Community Centre is a registered charity established in 2003 to address the isolation and lack of voice and visibility of South Asian women in the Bradford 3 area.

We operate from Bradford Moor, supporting women from one of the largest BAME communities in our city. The charity was set up to respond to identify needs primarily of South Asian women for a women only safe place, to prevent them from being socially excluded and assist their fuller integration into society

The building in its current location was acquired from Bradford Council on a 25 year lease.  Grant funding initially came from Big Lottery, Sure Start and Regen 2000. The building was developed with facilities to include, gym, steam, crèche, kitchen, training and leisure space.

Since its establishment the centre has provided a safe space for diverse groups of women of all ages.  However, women who use the centre continue to be predominantly from South Asian backgrounds and mainly from Bradford East ward which includes: Bradford Moor, Bowling & Barkerend and Bolton & Undercliffe.

WZCC serves a niche market being a women’s only centre in the area, providing a range of opportunities to prevent social isolation and has been able to secure commissioning work.

The centre offers a range of health, fitness and wellbeing activities based on intervention and prevention at the grass root level in a women’s only space.