Afro Caribbean Millennium Centre was designed as a multi-faceted
community enterprise; it is both a charity and a company limited by
The centre was specifically
designed to enable a variety of training to be held on the premises.
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centre is used for a variety of purposes: It acts as a welfare advice
centre, gives free legal advice and holds a weekly senior citizens club.
are a number of users based at the centre engaged in a variety of
enterprises. The centre is also booked for use by various organisations
including the Birmingham City council, Birmingham Healthy Minds,
Aquarius, and the Stroke society.
There are various rooms available for rent including an incubation unit for start up businesses at competitive prices.
centre was opened in 2010 with the support of a number of institutions,
community organisations and individuals including the Birmingham City
Council, The Millenium commission, The Arts Council, and the European
Regional Development Fund.
closely with individuals and community organisations and institutions
such as the BBC. Prior to being renamed in 2010, the centre was
previously known as The Afro Caribbean Resource Centre and had been in
existance as an encorporated body since 1983.