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Partnership Brings New Hope For Historic Kings Norton Tudor Building


After two years of uncertainty about its future, St Nicolas Place is fully occupied again thanks to a sharing agreement between the parish church, who own the building, Northfield Community Partnership (NCP) and Birmingham Social Emotional Mental Health Pathfinder (BSEMP).

NCP offers a wide range of community-based services across South Birmingham and has a reputation for innovative responses to the needs of individuals and families in the area. They have been particularly active during the pandemic addressing food poverty and isolation. Pathfinder provides specialist family support (including mental health, education, special educational needs, substance misuse treatment, employment support, debt advice and mentoring) to children and their families through trusted and sustained relationships in Birmingham schools.


The partnership with the parish church has brought NCP and Pathfinder into St Nicolas Place as a centre for their expanding activities.


Rebecca Debenham, CEO of Northfield Community Partnership said, "The move to St Nicolas Place has met our need for more space and brought new life into this beautiful building. We will be working with the church and the Friends of Historic Kings Norton, to bring fresh thinking on how to secure the future of the building as a community asset."


The partnership began in April and will be reviewed next year.

Left to right: Rob McCabe- SEMH Pathfinder, Revd Larry Wright - St Nicolas Church, Rebecca Debanham - Northfield Community Partnership