Community Mosque on Willenhall Road in Wolverhampton. Toby, the outreach worker of the Mosque has partnered with Transforming Communities Together to join the Places of Welcome movement, to create a space where the public can relax and chat, as well as be sign posted to avenues of support. Workers from a wide range of Wolverhampton organisations attend to support the public, including the Fire Service, Health Watch Wolverhampton, Stop Violence Against Women campaign, the Domestic Abuse Forum and community police team. Alvine Noumey, a textile expert from a local charity ‘Migrant Empowerment Group’ attends with her sewing machine in the space and Paul Ryder & Marcus Cotterill of the newly formed LGBT support group are all there to join in the conversations. I support the Place of Welcome with my home made organic bread or cakes from independent bakeries to be part of the conversation. Marcus and Paul and I are going to organise a bake sale for their chosen charity and Flour Power will pay for the ingredients and marketing. The atmosphere is lively and energetic and it’s a real highlight of my week!