Welcome to

The Peace Centre

The Centre opened in 2000 and hosts three organisations - the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace, NSPCC and Warrington Youth Club.

The charities share many common aims and goals and each, in their own way, work with vulnerable children, young people and adults affected by violence and cruelty in all its forms. The charities tackle many of the key issues affecting society today - prejudice, discrimination and violence within and between our communities. Collectively, we aim to inspire young people and adults to fulfil their true potential and encourage them to celebrate their achievements.

The website gives an insight into what happens at the Centre, our facilities and how you could get involved. For more in-depth information about each of the charities please visit their websites.

What we do

at
The Peace Centre

Get a complete up-to-date list of what programmes we have to offer...

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How to


get involved

Find out how you can get involved and apply to be a volunteer...

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Room hire &

Residential

Excellent rates for room & conference hire and a residential suite for groups of up to 38 people.click here for more >

Our

history

The Peace Centre was built as a living memorial to 12 year old Tim Parry and 3 year old Johnathan Ball who were tragically killed in the 1993 IRA bombing of Warrington.
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Upcoming

events

New Opening Hours for After School Clubs

New Opening Hours for After School Clubs

Great News! After school club is now open from 3pm 4 days a...more information >
Holiday Programme

Holiday Programme

Looking for somewhere to go over the half term holidays? W...more information >