Peterborough Citadel – the Salvation ArmyBack to Support
The Salvation Army in Peterborough expresses its faith through charitable work at the heart of the community, providing various social activities for different age groups, support including for homelessness, as well as worship services.
How to contact
Where to go
The Salvation Army
1203 Bourges Boulevard
Peterborough PE1 2AU
What to expect
Peterborough Citadel Church & Community Centre helps combat loneliness, isolation, financial debt, poverty, mental health issues, modern day slavery, homelessness, and more in the community. They offer the following services that all are welcome to come to:
- Homeless drop-in with shower, shave, hot drinks, and mobile phone charging available
- Craft Time for Wellbeing
- Gardening for Wellbeing
- Tiddlypeeps – a fun parent and toddler group with singing and storytelling
- Coffee morning
- Luncheon Club for all ages
- Sunday Worship Service, Bible study, and more.
They also welcome anyone to attend these services that require registration or a referral:
- Free debt advice
- Day Centre for older people
- SEN kitchen volunteering/training
- Rescue and support for modern slavery victims
And more! Contact them to find out details and register.
The ground floor is wheelchair accessible, and there are toilets including a disabled toilet.
If you arrive by foot, go into the main front door which opens to the reception area. If you park behind the building, come through the back door and follow the hallway around to reception. Check in with reception on arrival and they will tell you were to go, or someone can meet you at the door and bring you through – just let them know ahead of time if you’d like this.
There is plenty of parking at the rear of the building. The carpark entrance is off Peppercorn Close.
Most of the activities and services are free, though donations are always welcome.
There is a £5 charge for the Luncheon Club, which is a three-course meal.
See where to go from the back carpark: