Established in 2002 we are a Registered Charity and not-for-profit organisation based in the Brockworth Library Building. Since 2002 we have been helping local residents in our community in many ways including help to find jobs, get back into education/training and to advise on their financial difficulties. In 2011 we started providing youth services and managing the Brockworth Youth Centre. In 2012 we began managing the Brockworth Community Library. Some of the services we have provided since our inception include:

  • Community Library Services
  • Youth services
  • Educational courses
  • Work placements
  • Internet cafè
  • Youth football
  • Working with ex-offenders, substance mis-users and socially deprived residents

We have received funding from many organisations over the years including the Big Lottery Fund, Learning Skills Council’s Transformation Fund, Next Step, Brockworth Enterprise School, Gloucestershire County Council, Tewkesbury Borough Council and the Brockworth Parish Council.

Brockworth Link is continuing to provide Youth Services for ages 9 to 18 in the Brockworth Community Library building with support from a team of volunteers. Want to be part of this excitement? Check out how you can get Involved and watch our news page for upcoming events.

Our Vision

“To significantly contribute to the social and economic development of Brockworth by providing a community-based library and education centre, advice and support services for disadvantaged members of the local community and a positive meeting place and support centre for young people”.

Meet our staff and Management Committee

Our Management Committee:
Nina Walsh – Chairperson
Michael Nadin – Vice Chairperson
Gaynor Comley – Trustee
Amaresh Chakravarty – Trustee
Malcolm Dickson – Trustee
Veronica Rock – Trustee
Matthew Couzens – Trustees
Julie Shirley – Trustee

Our Staff:
Monica Constantinescu – Office Manager
Anne Fuller – Library Manager
Hayley Thompson – Youth Manager

Youth Workers:
James Aldridge, Debbie Harwood, Charlotte Parry, Rosie Clayton,
Paul Johnson, Becki Babbage, Dave Jenkins, Helen Congleton and Ryan Webb