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Gladca is a community hub and multi-cultural centre, especially supporting recently arrived migrants in Peterborough. They offer various immigration services, ESOL and functional classes, and other support like delivering food parcels to asylum seekers and refugees.

Learn more about Glaca in this video celebrating their 50 years of work in the community:

Gladca has been a community hub and serving the community for nearly five decades. Gladca extends a hand of welcome to people of all ages, genders, nationalities, abilities, cultures, ethnicities and backgrounds.  It champions equality and diversity, and this is reflected in the different nationalities of service users and learners that have passed through its doors and the quality of service they receive.

Gladca promotes and fosters community cohesion and integration through a variety of support services, including:



Immigration Advice

Specialist Immigration on hand to offer advice on:

  • Entry Clearance Application
  • Spouse Visa
  • EEA Application
  • British Citizenship

“Gladca is a friendly organisation and I have really enjoyed taking up the ESOL courses as this has given me the confidence to apply for jobs. I can now attend my children’s parent’s evenings and speak to the teacher.”

Gladca also offer a variety of activities; visit their website for more information.

More information

Gladca have an open-door policy for anyone coming to access their services, or you can call 01733 566343 for more information.

The ground floor is wheelchair accessable. They do not have a car park, but there is always parking available on the streets around Gladca.

Anyone can access their services and they have no special requirements needed to visit the centre.

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Most of their services are free of charge.

Charges apply for some of the immigration services, please contact Gladca directly for more information.


How to contact

Where to go

316-318 Gladstone St
Peterborough PE1 2BX

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