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Queens Cross Network

Queens Cross Network is located near the centre of Dudley, in Wellington Road and provides building based support and community opportunities for people who have a physical disability/sensory impairment.

Queens Cross Network is currently operating Monday to Friday, but with the added benefit of frequent evening and weekend activities and events, as requested by people who use the service. These events can include party evenings, bowling, cinema outings, restaurant and pub visits and other similar enjoyable activities. We offer high quality personalised day opportunities, where people who attend always come first. 

Queens cross is also a great place to meet and enjoy being part of one of our growing number of café groups which take place throughout the month. These include Dudley MS society, Deaf sign cafe,  Access in Dudley, Dudley Carers alliance, Dudley carers forum, Black Country Neurological Alliance, Dudley Deaf Youth Club, ' 4Us Club' for young people with  learning difficulties, Chaos club for young people with disabilities and 'Awesome Abilities' a club for young people with  physical disabilities (both part of 'We love carers').

Queens Cross is home to Dudley carer's hub. A great place for people who care for loved ones to come and seek friendship and support in a relaxing and informal environment.

The centre is also the base for Disability in action. A local user led charity who provide a café and other customer support services through a loyal and dedicated group of volunteers  - Disability in Action's moto is: "Support for disabled people by disabled people". This describes nicely, what Disability in action do!   

Queens Cross network is a Safe Places Venue and a Community Information Point and our excellent toilet facilities are registered with the changing places website. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Paul Astley
Contact Position
Contact address

Queens Cross Centre,
Wellington Road,
West Midlands.
Contact postcode
01384 813460

Where to go

Name of venue
Queens Cross Network,
Wellington Road,
West Midlands.
Disabled toilet
Registered Changing Places
Wheelchair accessible
Parking available
Toilet facilities
Facilities Notes
Car park has dedicated parking for drivers who have a disability.

Time / Date Details

Time of day
Morning, Afternoon
Days of Week
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Time and Session Info
Our service is open Monday-Friday 8.15am-4.45pm.
There are various activities which take place during the morning or the afternoon, please enquire at the time of attendance for details of specific availability
We are a personalised, tailor-made service. People can attend part day, half day or full days, and on one or more days per week, to suit individual requirements and preferences
Regular evening and weekend events take place.
A number of disability-specific cafes and support groups meet throughout the month

Other Details


As well as the daily cost for care support (where applicable), some activities carry a small charge. In such cases the external activity facilitator will advise of this at the start of the activity course.
If personal care support is not required, people can attend on a 'drop-in' basis, for which there is currently no charge, other than the activities charge as specified above.
Booking Information
Some activities run over a period of weeks
for which an enrolment is necessary. For attending the centre without activity involvement
please contact the centre by calling us
emailing us
or dropping in to see us. Certain types of service at Queens cross require an adult social care assessment. In other situations this is not necessary. Further information about this is available from the centre.


Referral Details

It is possible to access Queens Cross network by using all or part of your personalised budget. There is a daily charge for care support, the details of which can be given upon enquiry. If you wish to access the facilities on a 'drop-in' arrangement, i.e. without care support requirements, there is currently no charge for this service. You are welcome to come alone or bring your carer/personal assistant with you if you are using our excellent facilities on a 'drop-in' basis . If you are thinking of coming to Queens Cross and would like to take a look around, why not give us a call to arrange a visit. You will be most welcome. Come and see what we can do to improve the quality of your life. We are sure you will like us.  

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