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PAL Centre (formerly The Pakistan Multicultural Youth and Community Centre)

Centre providing recreation, health and education, life styles and fitness activities to the local community regardless of race creed and religion.

We aim to improve the lives of people who face many disadvantages. We provide support for older people with social activities and to improve their health. We provide support for people who do not work because of unemployment, ill health or age. The centre is very well known for holding regular karate classes and representing the community on a country wide basis. Regular indoor sports, healthy eating classes and yoga classes are held and are very popular within the community. Coach trips are arranged for the young and elderly to various destinations. This helps to tackle the problem of isolation. PAL centre is also used by the local councillors for their surgeries.

What’s On


13:00-15:00 Arts & Crafts – Sewing Club (Story Quilt Making)
The Sewing Workshops began in October 2023 and each of the women are creating their own individual story quilts. Once complete, all the quilts will be sewn together to make a group story quilt. The aim is to have the ‘Big’ quilt displayed at the Quilt Festival Birmingham 2024 (1-4 August).
The group are learning a whole array of different sewing techniques either by hand or sewing machine, led by expert Joyce Collins.

19:00-22:00 Music ‘Mehfil’ Club
The music club is open to all ages and every type of genre of music is on offer, for those who want take to take to the stage as an MC, dance or just sit back, relax, listen and share eating healthy food with our members our warm space.


11:00-12:00 Chair Yoga
No previous experience or ability is required. The Sessions are free of charge. We do recommend consulting your doctor before beginning a new exercise regime and also be sure to inform the instructor of any health concerns prior to joining class. Wear comfortable clothing.

How can I access this service?
Call or email
When is this service open?
Enquiries are answered Monday – Friday 9am-5pm
How much will it cost me?
Activities – small charges may apply
Disabled access
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What groups of people is this for?
The general public
What areas of the city is this for?
People from anywhere in the city


PAL Centre (formerly The Pakistan Multicultural Youth and Community Centre), 68a Mulgrave Street, , L8 2TF



Delivered in partnership with

Healthwatch Liverpool
Citizens Advice Liverpool