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London Irish Centre Community Services

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Wellbeing Services (Day Centre). This runs three days a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in the Kennedy Hall at the The London Irish Centre - address opposite. The service is for people over the age of 55 with low-medium support needs. We offer a warm Irish welcome and provide:

  • Home cooked nutritious meals
  • Classes
  • Activities
  • Workshops
  • Healthy Living
  • Day trips
  • Holidays
  • Tea dances


Highgate Newtown Community Centre - HNNC

HNNC welcomes all who enjoy crafts, sports or learning new skills. We particularly welcome (and can help) people struggling to make ends meet, children needing local sports and under 5s play activities. People living alone will enjoy a hot meal in our café and have company sitting at a table. We offer a host of services for those unemployed and young people completing youth reparation sentences.

Camden Psychotherapy Unit

Camden Psychotherapy Unit (CPU) offers psychoanalytic therapy to anyone who is concerned about their emotional difficulties and either seeks therapy for themselves, or is looking for professional help to get a better understanding as to what kind of psychological help would be best for them. We aim to provide specialist comprehensive consultations and short- and long-term psychotherapy.

Community Garden at St Michael's, Camden

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The Gardening project takes place on Wednesday mornings at St Michael’s Church. The garden is a sanctuary of green space in the busy centre of Camden. Volunteers assist our regular gardener in maintaining and beautifying the church garden, through which all visitors enter the church. The project takes place throughout the year, and all help is welcomed, whether occasional or regular. Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided to help sustain our gardeners’ efforts! It is a satisfying and relaxing opportunity, and also a sociable time.

Are you from Camden's African-Caribbean or Bangladeshi community?

Would you like to connect with people from your cultural background who have had similar experiences to you? Maybe you would like to ask questions or share your thoughts about something that is troubling you?  A peer support group offers a safe, warm and welcoming environment with like-minded people. Groups are for those aged 18 or above who are from Camden's African-Caribbean or Bangladeshi community. Read about where peer support groups are held in Camden and how to make contact.







Fitzrovia Youth in Action - helping young people to create a better community

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We run a range of exciting youth projects including peer education projects which give young people the opportunity to run their own awareness-raising campaigns, gain new skills and showcase their talent. We do this by developing projects that address isues that affect them, such as community cohesion, healthy living, conflict, drugs and alcohol.

Here are some videos of Fitzrovia Youth in Action.

West Euston Partnership - Improving local people’s opportunities in health, employment and community life

The partnership aims to improve local people’s opportunities in health, employment and community life. We deliver a highly successful careers advice service that covers the London Borough of Camden. Our One Stop Shop is a safe and supportive environment with free computer access and study facilities and our wellbeing projects are a vital force for promoting health and social cohesion. Read more about our work and sign up for the monthly newsletter.