The Polish Community was founded in Wolverhampton during 1946-1948. It was set up to support and assist Polish residents who had settled in the City and choose to make Wolverhampton their new home.
Our website contains a lot of history and facts about the setting up of the Centre and celebrates the religious and social activity of Wolverhampton's Polish Catholic Club.
The centre has become a thriving place for the local community and the venue is used by parishioners for meetings and provides a wide host of social and cultural activities. Organisations that use the centre include - Scouts; Drama Society; Dance Classes including Salsa; Choir; Youth Club; Senior Citizens Group; Anglo Polish Society; Polish School; Ex Combatants and the Ladies Circle.
The Centre can be booked by all communities for functions. It is used for Polish festivals and boasts a library, sports section a bar and catering facilities.
For further information please get in touch with us or visit our website below.