Swarthmore Centre, Leeds

The Swarthmore Centre was founded by members of the Quaker movement in 1909 with the aim of including and involving people in learning activities and making sure that people were treated with equality and respect.

Over 2000 people enrolled directly onto Swarthmore courses last year. Many more made use of the Centre as a community resource, providing facilities for a wide variety of local groups. Swarthmore attracts a social mix of people who come to the Centre because of their shared interests in learning rather than their background.


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