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Abbey Wood Community Group4 Knee HillLondonSE2 0YS
The Abbey Wood Community Group now has over 30 groups using the premises. The centre is open seven days a week, and an average of over 850 people come into the centre during any given week. Users range in age from under 5s to over 90s, and come from a large diversity of ethnic backgrounds. Abbey Wood Community Group Activities
Charlton RoadLondonSE7 8RE
Built during the reign of James I, Charlton House is the finest and best preserved Jacobean Mansion in London. This beautiful building is the ideal venue for weddings, conferences and meetings. It is also home to the Mulberry Tea Rooms, a book library, toy library and Japanese language school. An exciting year-round programme of activities includes classical music concerts, tours, talks, children's workshops and themed evenings in the Mulberry Tea Rooms. See the What's On section for more details.
Woolwich DockyardWoolwichLondonSE18 5QL
The Clockhouse Community Centre has been an active Community Centre in the Woolwich Riverside Ward for many years. It is a central hub of the local community providing affordable hall and room hires for leisure, sports and arts activities for 25 regular affiliated community groups and venues for training, meetings and private functions.
Southwood RoadNew ElthamLondonSE9 3QT
C.A.N.E. is a small friendly community centre using 2 rooms in New Eltham Library. We have a range of regular weekly activities and also events at the weekend that are either monthly or "one offs". There is a charge for all activities which goes towards keeping us running as we receive no outside funding, we aim to keep this as low as possible. Our coffee shop is open 2 days each week and is run by volunteers. Tea and coffee are 40p and 50p respectively. Activities include: Pilates Table Tennis Taekwondo Belly Dancing Coffee…
Deptford Methodist Church1 Creek RoadLondonSE8 3BT
The DPC is run at Deptford Methodist Mission, and comprises a Day Centre for elderly, disabled people and an evening club for adults with learning disabilities. The objective of the charity is to offer friendship, support and a sense of community to those who would otherwise be isolated by their personal circumstances. We aim to do this through meeting their practical needs, but also by offering a place of welcome, concern and support to all who come along, be they members or volunteers! We have a range of volunteering opportunities available in our charity shop, day…
We are an umbrella group based in the Royal Borough of Greenwich who meet regularly to share best practice, ideas and promote cooperation. Each member represents a community building or buildings that serves their own community with flexible space for hire, resources and support. Each has a distinctive mission based on serving and promoting the wider community and its development. All members of the Federation are financially supported by the Royal Borough of Greenwich and some occupy buildings owned and maintained by…