Meeting Point

The Meeting Point is a community initiative, started by a group of Christians in Backwell and meeting every Tuesday in Backwell Parish Hall from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm. It acts as a community hub, where people of all ages can meet to socialise (with tea, coffee and cake), access a range of services and support and where small groups can gather.

We run a twice-monthly lunch club and a range of creative activities for children during school holidays. There’s also free internet access for those wishing to use it or to be helped to use it, and vouchers for the Clevedon Foodbank and its distribution centre in Nailsea. Added to this are twice-monthly chair yoga sessions, a computer confidence club (2nd and 4th Tuesday), speakers, games afternoons and a book swap.

The centre is organised by Backwell Life, a local registered charity which invites support from new members (£5.00 annual membership). The charity is open to everyone and offers hospitality, encouragement and support to all, with a Christian ethos.

Interested in volunteering as part of the team? Have an idea for a small group? We would love to hear from you. Please contact us by using the Meeting Point Contact Us form or by e-mail to or do drop in one Tuesday – and stay a while.


The Meeting Point is run by Backwell Life, Registered Charity number: 1155047

Please visit our website for our latest programme.

Monthly Lunch Club at the Meeting Point
Photos from the Meeting Point, Parish Hall, Backwell

The Meeting Point
Photos of Meeting Point activities

Meeting Point - Contact Us
Use this form to submit questions, comments or suggestions to the Meeting Point team.