Every community faces different challenges and we need local solutions. Significant government investment and a national educational policy have not achieved results in the most deprived areas.
We believe that by taking coordinated action at a local level to drive
up literacy levels, we can support increased educational attainment and employability skills, and improve health outcomes and social capital.
National Literacy Trust Hubs and regional campaigns help communities to achieve these aims.
Learn more about our experience in local communities and the benefits of our Hubs approach.
Discover how we can work with you and your local partners to develop a plan to address low literacy.
Download a report on the impact of our first three Hubs in Middlesbrough, Bradford and Peterborough.
The National Literacy Trust Hub in Bradford is branded Bradford Stories.Learn more
The National Literacy Hub in Middlesbrough is branded the Middlesbrough Reading Campaign.Learn more
The National Literacy Trust Hub in Peterborough is branded the Peterborough Literacy Campaign.Learn more
The Stoke-on-Trent Literacy Hub is branded Stoke Reads. The campaign brings together partners across the city to...Learn more
Our National Literacy Trust Hub in Swindon is known locally as Swindon Stories.Learn more