It exists to help people from different backgrounds and cultures build relationships of trust and friendship. Everyone in the Darnall Community is welcome to our activities. This is a place where you can learn new skills, practice your English and make friends.
Galeed House hosts activities such as men's and women’s English
classes, Ladies drop-in lunch and sewing class, shared meals
and after school clubs for children and youth.
Whole families can be involved with kids attending clubs, parents
learning English and mums making friends at Thursday sewing.
Free weekly after school clubs for primary age children or girls aged 11 - 15
Tuesdays 5.30 - 6.30 pm
restarting on September 7th
Drop in for a chat, to make new friends, practice your English or use our sewing machines
Thursdays 10.30 - 12 noon
(reopening after Summer break September 2nd)
Free weekly Women's English class
(this is not scheduled to reopen yet due to lack of volunteers)
It comes from a story in the Bible (Genesis 31) where Jacob and his uncle Laban (who had fallen out), built a pile of stones as a witness that they would not pass over with any hostility to each other.
We acknowledge that there have been suspicions and hostilities between Christians and Muslims in the past, however as people come into Galeed, barriers are broken down and misunderstandings overcome.
Our aim at Galeed is to help people from different backgrounds (especially Muslims and Christians) to build relationships of trust and friendship in which life issues and matters of faith can be freely shared.
Galeed House is operated by the DATIC Trust, a charity which depends
entirely on funding from sympathetic agencies and individuals.
Galeed House is committed to the safeguarding of all adults and children with whom we have contact and will ensure that all workers operate within the agreed procedure of our Safeguarding policy.