With a heart for the community

Foodbank Fundraiser

Bells Farm Jubilee

The Spearhead Trust at Bells Farmhouse runs a food bank alongside other services to help and support members of our community. Due to the recent rise in the cost of living, we have seen a massive increase in demand for our food bank, and food supplies are running low.

We desperately need more food to help with the rise in demand and do not want to turn people away during these challenging times. Any donation amount will help us continue to support our community.

Donations are to purchase food to continue our food bank service.

Here is the link to our Crowdfunder page. You can always use the donate link at the top of this page.

About Us

We are working to build a community where all children are cared for and looked after.

The Spearhead Trust addresses several complex social issues within the community. We engage with residents of all ages and ethnicities from various cultured backgrounds. The organisation has a project manager and several volunteers who help daily. We are incredibly proud of our pioneering approach regarding community engagement and addressing cohesion issues within our community.


support us and Help change the course of a someone’s life today!


Family support

Support service available helping with benefits, housing issues support in meetings and we offer an in house counsellor.


Provide regular ongoing support and a friendly ear to help reduce loneliness and isolation.

Stay and Play

Enjoy time with other children and parents, learning new skills and making new friendships.

Monday’s 10:00 til 11:30

Youth club

The youth club meets up weekly with various activities available for children aged 8 to 16 yrs and is free to attend.


Free weekly homemade meals, fresh and delivered on the same day. Dinner consists of a main meal and dessert.

Food bank

We provide a food bank with help from Costco, Monyhull Church and Fare Share.


A Brighter Future — for Druids Heath.

We moved on to the Druids Heath estate in 2001, and at that time there were no youth clubs or community events on the estate for children.
We decided, along with our friends to hire the hall for a couple of hours on a Wednesday evening to provide somewhere safe for them to play. For the first week there where 12 children and they had a great time, so we decided to hire the hall for the following week. We had a total shock as 43 children turned up, which encouraged us as our children had told their friends what they had done the week before and invited them along. We were astonished and didn’t know what to do with them. Fortunately, one of our friends was a teacher, and his skills indeed came in handy. That was the beginning of The Spearhead Youth project


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