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Our role in Cambridge

At The Bradfield Centre we take our role in the local Cambridge community seriously and seek to support local causes important to our team and our members.

In addition to the organisations listed below, we also support ad-hoc fundraising activities alongside our partner, Cambridge Science Park.

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Kickstart Coffee is a local startup, founded by Hannah Nunn. Offering ethically sourced specialty coffee, roasted and packaged in Cambridge. The coffee beans used in our machines are from Kickstart Coffee, and every penny of profit supports children's education in Uganda.

To learn more visit for more information and listen to Hannah's appearance on The Bradfield Centre podcast.

red hen project
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The Red Hen Project is a local charity working with five primary schools in North Cambridge. They support children and their families to overcome barriers to learning, and provide a link between home and school.

To learn more visit for more information


Members of Cambridge Fruit Company, Red Hen Project, The Bradfield Centre, and AMD packing 100 Fresh Turkey Christmas meal boxes for Cambridge’s most vulnerable families.

Inspire 2 Ignite
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As a community interest organisation (CIC), we activated the Inspire 2 Ignite project because there are approximately 800,000 economically inactive 14 – 24 year-olds in the UK.

In a country where we need everyone energised and inspired to want to be the best version of themselves, regardless of circumstances, we all have a responsibility to work extra hard for the next generation.​

That’s where we come in. We believe that change is needed in approach, leadership, and systems to connect underserved talent to industry.

Imagine if there was an opportunity for ALL secondary students in Alternative Provision to experience intentional time away from the classroom each week to educate themselves about industry?

“Our vision is for young people in Alternative Provision to be equipped for life and have access to the best opportunities in industry. Having the opportunity Bradfield Centre have given us to use their space to bring young people in to learn about themselves and industry is a game changer to support our work in Cambridge.” – Alex Hughes, Founder of Inspire 2 Ignite CIC

Inspired to support their mission too? Check out the impact that they are making in Cambridge here –

cambridge pride
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We are proud to be a friend of Cambridge Pride. To learn more visit for more information.