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Alt Valley Community Trust

Alt Valley Community Trust is a recognised non-profit Social Enterprise limited by guarantee . We are committed to helping individuals and enterprises in our disadvantaged communities to unlock and fulfil their potential. Our inherent community ethic has been formed and sustained through a multi-disciplinary team of knowledgeable and professional people who are passionate about our area and the people and businesses that make it so special. Our strengths and connections as a Social Enterprise help us develop solutions through partnerships and collaborative working.


A non-profit charity based in Merseyside

Established in 1983, Alt Valley Community Trust works to improve the lives and well-being of people of all ages in the communities of North East Liverpool.

Our strengths and connections as a social enterprise help us develop solutions through partnerships and collaborative working.

Visit our website to find out about services that we have to offer:

Community Engagement

Work in our local community, our community champions and more


Education & Training

Training and education for adults and young individuals in Health, Sports and Wellbeing, Creative & Digital, Business & Admin and Caring & Learning Support. A wide range of adult education courses - please contact us for more information.


Library Services

Information regarding our 3 community libraries, facilities and events


Sports, Health & Wellbeing

Find out about our community sport and wellbeing services at Walton Sports Centre.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Danielle Forman
Contact Position
Assistant CEO

Where to go

The Communiversity
Altcross Road
L11 0BS

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Open Monday to Thursday 8am to 4.30pm and Friday 8am to 3.30pm.

Other Details


Other notes

Community libraries based at The Communiversity, Altcross Road, Croxteth, L11 0BS, Dovecot MAC, Back Dovecot Place, Liverpool, L14 9BA and Breck Road Library, Breck Road District Centre, Liverpool, L5 6PX.

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