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The Grove Children and Family Centre
The Grove Children and Family Centre has been registered since 2006 and is run by the school governing body along with Southwark Education Authority. The 'under threes' unit' provides full day care and the 'extended day' provides out of school care. These services are located within The Grove Children and Family Centre in the Camberwell area of the London borough of Southwark. Children have access to secure enclosed outside play areas. A maximum of 36 children may attend the under threes unit and a maximum of 24 children may attend the extended day at any one time.
The Irene Hayes Superarts School of Performing Arts
Superarts has been our way of life for decades, a way of relating to young people and their families, and a platform for community and fellowship.
The Lord Brock Memorial Trust was set up to preserve Britian's oldest surviving operating theatre for the public benefit. The operating theatre is found in the Herb Garret of St. Thomas's Church. A visit to the Museum is an experience that gives individuals a profound insight into the past, stimulating interest in a whole range of issues about past and present health. Download your Teacher Pack on the website, for all the information you need to plan your visit!
The Mini Cooking Club
The Mini Cooking Club is a charity that provides educational cooking workshops across London communities. We work with other charities to offer a safe and fun environment to build skills and confidence in the kitchen. Our mission is to spread a love of cooking and encourage understanding of nutrition and healthy food choices, in order to create a more informed, happier, healthier and more sustainable society.
Time and Talents
Founded in 1887, today Time & Talents runs targeted projects working with people with high levels of need such as isolated elderly people and disabled groups, and universal wider activities and events designed to create a strong, resilient, happy, and supportive community. A core part of their work is providing ways for people to connect and share their time and talents, including a wide range of volunteering opportunities, skills-sharing, and opportunities to socialise and connect neighbours to reduce isolation.
We provide an enriched and stimulating learning environment for children with high quality toddler group sessions to help support children’s learning and development. We provide courses and volunteering opportunities to parents of the local community. This is to help support and contribute to the local community’s Social and Economic stability.
Waterfront Leisure Centre
The Waterfront Leisure Centre is a fantastic all round sport and leisure facility located in South East London. It boasts a 100 plus station gym with the latest cardiovascular and resistance machines. The new strength gym is now open and has the latest Hammer Strength equipment and is the perfect place for an all round work out.
Well London
Well London is a framework for local communities and organisations to work together to improve health and well-being, build resilience and reduce inequalities.
Wheels for Wellbeing
Wheels for Wellbeing is a South London charity helping people to enjoy cycling regardless of disability, health condition or age.
The Widows Rendezvous, now known as “A place of his peace ministry” (APHPM) was founded in march 1997 in Nigeria by Pastor Esther Uhunoma Igbinehi to improve the lives of women and the less privileged / the hurting in the Society. The vision has now been enlarged to accomodate not only the widows but also the less privileged and the needy in the society.
Youth Learning Network Ltd
We are a charitable community project that works to build a better future for all by giving educational support to young people and their families. As well as working with children and young people academically, we focus on foundational issues which will help improve the life of our future generations, such as respect, discipline and cultural. We strive to develop an individual relationship with children and young people so that they can gain a sense of confidence and assurance in their surroundings and their communities where they live.