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SHARE Community
Share works with disabled people who need extra help and support in order to achieve their potential and realise their dreams and aspirations. We provide training, education, employability, and personal development programmes for people, including those with long-term health conditions, physical/sensory impairments, mental health needs, or learning disabilities.
Silver Fit
SilverFit encourage people to regain or to maintain their lifelong fitness. They aim to raise awareness of the benefits of exercise for the over 45s and help over 45s find a way to regular exercise they enjoy. They provide opportunities to get active by arranging events and regular local groups.
Siobhan Davies Dance
Siobhan Davies Dance is an investigative arts organisation that stimulates new thinking based on a more contemporary definition of choreography. Our home, Siobhan Davies Studios is a place to connect with others and engage with a stimulating programme of exhibitions, talks, events and classes. Designed with independent artists in mind but open and welcoming to everyone. It allows us to offer competitive studio hire to independent dance artists, providing access to superb facilities at affordable prices, as well as body conditioning classes and therapies to treat injuries.
SLaM Spring Ward (Bethlem Royal Hospital)
Spring Ward (Bethlam Royal Hospital) is a 13-bed forensic service in River House Medium Secure Unit at Bethlem Royal Hospital. We provide assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and care for women, aged over 18, who have a range of mental health problems.
South Bank Ramblers formed more than twenty years ago. The group has a diverse membership covering a range of ages and backgrounds. Although most members are based in the boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark, others are drawn from a number of London boroughs or even further afield. A love of walking is the group's engine and focus; for some it is a pleasure, for others a passion.
South London Islamic Centre
Since its founding in 1977, South London Islamic Centre has pioneered a number of very successful activities for the Muslim community and we are continually striving to improve our circumstances. Apart from the regular prayer, five times daily and madressah classes for our children, we were also currently providing facilities for the tuition of children in various core subjects such as Mathematics, English and science. The centre was providing free tuition to deserving children, meets burial costs for the needy and even provides help and emergency homes for homeless families.
Southbank Mosaics
Southbank Mosaics is a not for profit social enterprise bringing together world class mosaic artists such as Jo Thorpe, Tessa Hunkin and Susie Balazs with members of the general public. Southbank Mosaics runs an “Open Studio”, where artists, volunteers, school students and active citizens are trained in mosaic design and then help us to make public realm art works.
Southwark Advice Plus (Leonard Cheshire Disability)
Leonard Cheshire Disability's Southwark Advice Plus service offers information, advice and access to help disabled people live more independently across Southwark.
Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers
Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers (SDCAS) seeks to help relieve poverty and distress, and to promote health and further education for asylum seekers and refugees. We aim to provide a wide range of holistic services which support, promote and secure the rights of asylum seekers and refugees in the London Borough of Southwark.
Southwark Disablement Association
SDA is an organisation of people with seen and unseen disabilities which supports disabled people to live independently and achieve their full potential. SDA exists to ensure that disabled people have access to society as a whole and are socially included, having the right to be full and active members of the communities we live in through choice and self determination.
Southwark Free Gym and Swim
Free swim and gym sessions form part of Southwark Council’s Fairer Future Promise to make it easier for the borough’s residents to get healthy. From 29 July 2016 all borough residents will be able to use the swim and gym facilities for free in six of the borough’s leisure centres, operated by Southwark Council in partnership with Everyone Active.
Southwark Parent Carers Council
We are the parent carer forum for Southwark - and we want to achieve the best local services for children and young people aged 0-25 with disabilities/additional needs and their families. We are working with partners in education, health and social care to give families a say in the design and provision of services. Our parent reps are now involved in workstreams with Southwark Council on the new SEND Reforms.
Southwark parkrun
What is Southwark parkrun?
It is a 5km run - it's you against the clock.
Southwark Refugee Project
Southwark Refugee Project is a well established voluntary organisation serving the refugee community in the London borough of Southwark since October 1991. SRP was created in October 1991 to help refugees and asylum seekers help themselves become independent members of the local community. SRP was created by refugees and is managed mainly by refugees.
Sporting Recovery
Sporting Recovery support people with complex care needs achieve structure and promote social interaction in their daily lives. As a non-profit company that provides exercise activities for mental wellbeing, they intergrate team sport activities, nutritional advice & support and sports education to people on their recovery pathway.
Community centre offering a variety of activities including a Friday drop-in for anyone living locally. Groups for carers, toddlers, also dance and crafts groups.
Sydenham Garden
We provide gardening and creative opportunities for co-workers (the name the project gives to our primary beneficiaries) referred from over 30 community organisations and health sector agencies. We have developed an integrative approach where those with different degrees of mental and physical ill health come together with volunteers and members of the local community. This approach aims to reduce exclusion and the prejudice which fuels continuing lack of opportunity for many of our beneficiaries.
Tennis2Be
Tennis2bee are a London-based tennis group who make tennis an accessible sport.
The Bridge
The Bridge is a charity aiming to make a difference to the lives of women living or working in London. The Bridge is a women-only gym and offering an array of specialised health and fitness classes, personal training sessions, free gym inductions and free one-to-one starter programmes.
The Challenge Network
The Challenge is the UK's leading charity for building a more integrated society. We work on a local level to connect people together across all ages and walks of life. In running our programmes we partner with a wide range of local charities and community organisations to help young people understand what local people are doing to tackle important issues and meet local needs.