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  1. (Kings Cross and Brunswick Neighbourhood Association) Chadswell Healthy Living Centre

    Community centre activities. Wide range of community classes including fitness, healthy eating, sewing etc. After school homework club for Bangladeshi and Chinese children. Many special groups for older people, Bengali speakers and Chinese people. Also have a Somali speaking worker. Victims of race/faith hate crime can report it on this number and the staff will pass the information to the police.

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  2. (Kings Cross and Brunswick Neighbourhood Association) King's Cross Neighbourhood Centre

    Acts as a community centre with advice and activities for the Chinese and Somali communities. Youth centre in the evenings. The Centre is also available for evening and weekend hire. Victims of race/faith hate crime can report it on this number and the staff will pass the information to the police.

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  3. (Kings Cross and Brunswick Neighbourhood Association) Marchmont Community Centre

    General advice and information, lunch club, group activities, community development support. Older people's activities include a lunch club, bridge, pilates, bingo, gentle exercise, qi gong, knitting group, arts and crafts, free use of computers, day trips, holidays, advice and volunteering. UK Online centre. Rooms for hire. Victims of race/faith hate crime can report it on this number and the staff will pass the information to the police.

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  4. 1A Arts Centre (part of Holborn Community Association)

    1A works with all ages; the main focus is to provide creative activities for children and young people such as holiday playschemes; film making and stop-motion animation projects; digital arts courses, pottery classes; and general arts projects.

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  5. 229 Camden Scout Group

    Scout group that meets every Tuesday, term time only, from 6-8 pm. Children who attend are on the age range of 5 and half -14 years old. We invite children aged 14 years to be young leaders with us, and they receive free training. Adults 18+ can volunteer as leaders. If you want to join the scout group, contact the above.

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  6. 2TR Football

    The 2Touch game has been designed by a team of experienced football coaches from the Highgate Newtown Community Centre.

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  7. Abbey Community Centre

    We run programmes for over 50s, these include: Community Time Camden (CTC), CHAPS, Kilburn Good Neighbours and Primrose Hill Neighbours Help. ACC run an under 5's drop in, a community education service which includes a class teaching English for speakers of other languages and a sewing class and an advice and self help service which includes groups for recovering alcoholics and other substance abusers. ACC also run a Health and Exercise service, a computer drop in and a service for young people which includes Tae Kwon Do sessions and Piano classes. Please visit the website for more details.

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  8. Abbey Estate Tenants And Residents Association

    Council Tenanats Association. Affiliated To The Hampstead District Management Committe. Camdent Federation Of Tenants And Residents Associations.

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  9. Abbey Road Baptist Church

    A young enthusiastic and multi-cultural church with every continent of the world represented

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  10. Abbey Road Concert

    PUTTING ON CONCERTS WHICH ARE CHILDREN FRIENDLY AND INCLUSIVE.

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  11. Abbey Road Housing Co-op

    Tenant management co-operative for Casterbridge, Emminsters, Hinstock and Snowman. 278 flaits, some in leasehold ownerhsip. All referrals via Camden Council waiting list.

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  12. Abbey Road Tenant Management Co-op

    Abbey Road Housing Co-operative is a Resident-managed organisation that provides a range of management and maintenance services with the permission of the landlord, in this case the London Borough of Camden. This arrangement is protected by a document called the Management Agreement.

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  13. Abeona Housing Co-operative

    Abeona was founded in 1975, during the squatting and short life housing movements of that period. In 1983 it was registered to provide permanent co-operative housing through the acquisition and development of property.

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  14. Aberdare Gardens Residents Association

    Tenants and Residents group serving Aberdare Gardens in NW6

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  15. Abilitynet

    AbilityNet exists to change the lives of disabled people by helping them to use digital technology at work, at home or in education.

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  16. Aboh Mbaise Union UK

    We promote African culture and tradition. Provides social activities and teaches the Igbo language and culture every first Sunday of every month at St Pancras Community Centre. Please call the above number or email if you would like to attend these activities.

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  17. ACBBA

    An independent, not-for-profit enterprise development organisation established in 2004 as part of a European Union funded initiative to test new approaches to making enterprise available to all.

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  18. Acol Childrens Centre

    offers early education and childcare for children including a nursery class free to 3-4 year olds, 0900 -15.00 (term time only). There is a playscheme in the school holidays for children 3-7 years and 11 months old

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  19. Action for Blind People

    Advice in specific areas such as employment, benefits, housing, assistive technology and access to service and grants

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  20. Action on Hearing Loss

    Action on Hearing Loss is the largest UK charity helping people confronting deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss to live the life they choose. Their Hear to Help service in Camden provides support to hearing aid users, enabling people to make the most of their hearing aid and manage their hearing loss effectively. Please check their website to find out where their drop in hearing aid support sessions are taking place in Camden.

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  21. Action Space

    An arts organisation supporting beginning, emerging and established artists with learning disabilities by providing studio space, art materials and exhibition opportunities.

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  22. Action Youth Intervention Boxing

    With your collaboration we hope to start a trend in London activity seeking to finally tackle gang culture by empowering those youths most susceptible to falling into this lifestyle in a new and more invigorating approach which lasts the course.You never know Summertown may even produce the next Anthony Joshua thanks to you.

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  23. Active Birth Centre

    Specialists in treating mothers and babies, they are also highly qualified general complementary practitioners.

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  24. Acton And Swinton Streets Residents Association

    Concerned With Preserving And Enhancing The Character And Appearance Of Acton And Swinton Streets. Particularly Interested Traffic Developments Due To The Completion Of The Channel Tunnel Rail Link In 2007

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  25. Ad Parnassum (Geyer Productions Ltd)

    a not for profit organisation in high end drama working with young people.

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  26. Advisory Service for Squatters

    Advisory Service For Squatters is an UNPAID collective of workers who have been running a daily advice service for squatters and homeless people since 1975.

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  27. Afford (african Foundation For Development)

    Founded in 1994, the charity was responding to the disjuncture between mainstream international development and diaspora action.

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  28. Afghan Community in Camden

    Run supplementary schools and youth clubs including language classes for young people in Dari, Pushto and Arabic, classes about Afghan culture, support with National Curriculum core subjects for Afghan students, art, drama, music, sport and other physical activities, ESOL classes for adults. Also provide social opportunities for parents and carers, advice and guidance surgery, translation/interpreting, Afghan link workers to Camden schools to support Afghan students and parents.

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  29. Africa Advocacy Foundation

    Africa Advocacy Foundation is a community-based charity that works to improve the welfare of disadvantaged people by promoting access to services e.g health, education, employment and other opportunities..AAF has over 16 years experience of supporting disadvantaged individuals and families from diverse communities in London. We work with a range of local partners, service providers, professionals, communities and funders to deliver appropriate and timely interventions for our beneficiaries.

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  30. Africa Centre

    Since its inception in 1961, the Africa Centre’s remit has been to bring Africa’s cultural diversity to the fore and to promote greater awareness about political and socio-economic developments affecting the continent and its Diaspora. The over-arching mission of the Africa Centre today is to promote Africa’s cultural diversity seldom seen outside of the continent AND to bring to the fore front, issues affecting not just Africans in Africa, but also in the Diaspora wherever they may be found.

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  31. African Development Trust

    ADT is non-political, non-religious, non-racial, and non-profit-making UK charity organisation devoted to make a positive lasting change in the life and livelihood status of the African communities in Africa and UK.

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  32. African Educational Trust

    Advice on education and training for African students in the UK. Carries out and supports research studies into the needs of refugees and students from Africa. provides grants and scholarships to African students

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  33. African Families Association

    Offers leisure and recreiational activities to African families. Includes advice, information and health promotion. Interpreting and translation service. laguagues spoken: French, Kikongo, Lingala, Swahili and Tshiluba. Located in Regents park ward.Opening Hours: Mon-fri 11.00-17.00. Offers Leisure And Recreational Activities To African Families. Includes Advice And Information And Health Promotion. Interpreting And Translation Service.

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  34. African Physical Training Organisation

    The African Physical Training Organization (APTO) is a charity, working in partnerships with a lots of others organization in the UK, know up to 28 August 2002 as the community of Congolese parents Club in Camden (Florida Bana Centre Ville) in the UK began its work in 1997 as a response to the difficulties faced by the Congolese community in the UK in the nineties fleeing war and political insecurity prevailing back home. We wish to bring about a future where African French Speaking, Congolese people in particular are able to realize their full social and economic potential as integral and active members of society in the UK . We believe this will be enabled by increasing opportunities for education, sport, improving access to health services and good housing and raising the quality of life of the African French Speaking community in the UK.

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  35. African Swahili Community Project in the UK (ASCOP-Undugu)

    Offers advice, counselling, information and support to asylum seekers, refugees and migrants particularly in the fields of immigration, welfare rights, housing, health (HIV/AIDS, mental health, tropical diseases), education, training and employment. Swahili mother tongue classes for children aged 7-14. Outings for children and people from the community.

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  36. African Women's Trust

    provides information, advice and referral to women of African origin

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  37. Afro Congolese Women Organisation & Development

    Provides help, support and direction for African women in need. Services include help to get skills, qualifications, training, employment and advice. Also assists the children of African women to get education support and advice.

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  38. After School Club (Castlehaven Community Centre)

    The Castlehaven After School & Holiday Club provides a range of fun, exciting, age appropriate activities for 5 - 12 year olds, between 3.30pm – 6pm term time with extended hours during school holidays. The programme is varied and often includes arts and crafts, sports activities such as football, homework support, cooking, drama and learning opportunities such as computer skills and radio broadcasting.

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  39. Agar Childrens Centre

    Children's Centres in Camden provide services for children under five and their families. They are organised on a locality basis and provide a range of services including childcare and education, family support, outreach and home visiting, community based health services and advice on training, employability and benefits.

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  40. Agar Grove Tenants Management Co-op

    Managing agendt on behalf of Camden Council and runs Lulworth on the Agar Grove Estate for the benefit of the tenants/members who live in the block

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  41. Age UK Camden (Age Concern Camden)

    Age UK Camden provides a range of services for older citizens in Camden. We have four main functions: •Services and Support •Public Education and Campaigning •Innovation and Research •Partnership and Cooperation.

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  42. Age UK Camden: Dementia Befriending Service

    The Dementia Befriending Service works with volunteer befrienders who visit socially isolated older people with dementia or memory impairment.

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  43. Age UK Camden: NW3 Good Neighbours Scheme

    Henderson Court in Hampstead offers a wide range of day opportunities for anyone who is 60 or over. We also offer lunch (£5.00) and a range of outings and special events, including musical afternoons, theatre performances, talks and much more.The centre has a friendly atmosphere and we welcome visitors. Please pop into the centre or call us if you would like more information.

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  44. Age UK: Call in Time

    all in Time is a free telephone befriending service for matching volunteers with older people. Not having someone to talk to regularly can be lonely and isolating, particularly if you're used to sharing your home and time with others. A friendly, weekly, 30-minute chat on the phone can make all the difference. While we're waiting to find a suitable match, we carry out regular, short Good Day Calls with them, to bridge the time gap.

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  45. AIMS

    Working towards normal birth, providing independent support and information about maternity choices and raising awareness of current research on childbirth and related issues.

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  46. Aisling Project

    Reaching out to Irish people who are vulnerable, isolated and alone. Providing supported holidays in Ireland for long-term emigrants, fulfilling what is for many a dream of seeing their homeland again. Helping long-term emigrants reconnect with their families and friends. Helping long-term emigrants resettle in Ireland. Offering a friendly supportive service in an environment that encourages self-worth and personal development..The Aisling Return to Ireland project was begun by workers in the London Irish Centre and Arlington house, the biggest homeless hostel in Europe which has been home to more Irish men than any other building outside Ireland.

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  47. Akademi - South Asian Dance UK

    Since 1979, Akademi has been taking South Asian dance into unconventional spaces in the UK, re-defining the parameters of the artform itself.

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  48. Akina Mama Wa Africa

    An international non governmental Development organisation for African women. A community-based organisation, which sought to create a space for African women to organise autonomously, network with each other, share skills and expertise, identify issues of concern and speak for themselves.

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  49. Al Rahman Mosque & Community & cultural Centre

    Mosque

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  50. Al Risala Mosque

    faith

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  51. Al-Khoei Foundation

    Promotes the welfare and development of the Muslim community

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  52. Albert Kennedy Trust

    AKT supports young LGBT 16-25 year olds who are made homeless or living in a hostile environment. We aim to meet the individual needs of each young person and ensure we get them back on track in life.

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  53. Albert Street North Residents Association

    For The Residents Of The Part Of Albert Street Bounded By Parkway And Delancey Street. Currently Concerned With Traffic Control, Parking, Building Development, Street Furniture, Planting And Maintenance, Late Night Noise, Street Safety and Security.

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  54. Aldwych Buildings Tenants Association

    Council Tenanats Association. 30 Members. Affiliated To The Holborn District Management Committe. (camden Federation Of Tenants And Residents Associations Registration, 16 Aug 2005)

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  55. Alexandra Mansions Limited

    Occasional Meetings Plue Agm. Next Agm Early 2005. Represents The 50 Leaseholders Of Alexandra Mansions And Manages The Freehold.

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  56. Algerian British Connection

    The Algerian British Connection is here to help the Algerian community get together to foster cultural links between the British community, to help support the Algerian community and promote Algerian arts, culture and traditions. Also develop cultural and educational activities to benefit the local community as a whole. This group is here to help inform the Algerian community of any social events happening regarding the Algerian community. Its an opportunity for us to voice our opinions and concerns regarding Algerians living in London and Algeria.

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  57. All Hallows Church

    All Hallows' seeks to restore all people to God and to each other through sacramental worship and Christ-like living. We are a Church which seeks to enable personal and spiritual growth through engagement with God and his people with a vision for unity and truth.

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  58. All Saints (Greek Orthodox) Church

    The Cathedral has been an Orthodox place of worship since 1948 and serves the liturgical and pastoral needs of all Orthodox Christians in the area. Activities of our Catherdral include lessons in Orthodox Faith and Theology and a school of Byzantine music. We also do community work.

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  59. All Souls Clubhouse

    The All Souls Clubhouse is an independent Charity which serves the local community by running projects to meet local needs and offering its resources to local groups. We provide services for children, young people, parents and older people regardless of ethnicity, race, sexual orientation or religion. We are part of the Church of England in the Diocese of London.

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  60. All Women Count

    For a world that values all women’s work, every life, and the planet.

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  61. Alone In London

    Alone in London works to support young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, providing a range of services to support young people.

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  62. Alpha Beta Nursery

    Day care for children

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  63. Alvanley Gardens Residents Association

    Concerned With Local Issues Affecting Members And Others In The Area.

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  64. Alzheimers Disease Society (Camden Branch)

    Alzheimer's Society is a membership organisation, which works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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  65. American Church Of London Soup Kitchen

    The Soup Kitchen, founded in 1986, is a resource for the homeless, elderly, lonely and poor in Central London, providing free hot meals, clothes and toiletries, and creating a sense of belonging and community. In addition, we offer information about other important services for the vulnerable, including a Bible Study group. The Director and Welcomer provide basic advice and refer guests to other agencies with different specialities. We seek to provide assistance in a variety of ways, including help with letters and phone calls, liaising with social services, and encouragement and prayer. Our key objectives are to feed homeless and vulnerable people and encourage a social gathering.

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  66. American International Church

    AMERICAN CHURCH. An interdenominational church which welcomes people of all nationalities. Varied activities offered with creches. The Doorstep Ministry runs a soup kitchen Mon,Tues,Thurs, Sat 10:00-12:00 pm.

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  67. Ampthill Square TA

    Council tenants' association for Ampthill Estate. Affiliated to the Camden Town District Housing Management Committee.

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  68. Ampthill Square Tenants Hall for Hire

    Capacity of approximately 100. Suitable for parties. Kitchen available for self-catering.

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  69. Anglo-Somali Society

    The Anglo-Somali Society is a non profit-making international friendship society whose objective is to foster friendship and understanding between Somalis and the English-speaking world, and to develop cultural and social relations between them.

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  70. Argyle Street (mungos Hostel)

    St Mungo's opens doors for homeless people. Mainly based in London and the South, we provide support towards recovery and help to prevent rough sleeping. We run over 100 projects and help thousands of homeless people make life changes every year.

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  71. ARHAG

    ARHAG was founded in 1979 to respond to an urgent need for housing and support amongst Britain’s fast growing refugee and migrant communities.

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  72. Arkwright Mansions Leaseholders Association

    Camden Council Leaseholders' Association

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  73. Arkwright Mansions Residents Association

    Council tenants' and leaseholders' association for 1-25 Arkwright mansions. Next AGM due May 2008. Affiliated to the Hampstead District management Committee (Camden Fed of Tenants and Residents Ass registration

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  74. Arlington Road Residents Association

    Meet Every 6-8 Weeks. Working To Improve The Quality Of Life Of Residents In Arlington Road In Particular And Camden Town In General. Appox 40 Members

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  75. Art-Alive Arts Trust

    Art Alive Arts Trust was formed with the objective of ensuring that children, adolescents and adults are given the opportunity to realise their potential and find their place in society through the use of art.

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  76. Artangel

    Based in London but working across Britain and beyond, Artangel commissions and produces exceptional projects by outstanding contemporary artists. Over the past two decades, the projects have materialised in a range of different sites and situations and in countless forms of media.

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  77. Artisan Dwellings Tenants Association

    Our tenants and leaseholders association is based on democratic accountability principles. We have a constitution and affiliate to the Kentish Town Housing District Management Committee and Camden Federation of Tenants and Residents Associations.

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  78. Arts Connections

    Work with young people aged 5-25 who wouldn't ordinarily have the chance due to financial difficulties. Also workshops to unemployed young people. Platform young people into the performing arts. Team up with other charities to give workshops to sick children.

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  79. Artsline

    Artsline is a disabled led Charity established in 1981 to promote access for disabled people to arts and entertainment venues promoting the clear message that access equals inclusion. Initially this was achieved by campaigning with other disability arts organisation.

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  80. Asian Elderly Group

    Anand Mandal supports and cares for the needs of elderly people in the Asian community. Types of Advice Offered Drop-in Appointment. Dropin Center for men and women over 55 living in Islington and neighbouring boroughs

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  81. Asian Women Lone Parents Association

    It works to support Asian women, who are lone parents and their children by providing services that enable them to improve their lives and wellbeing.

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  82. ASLAN (All Souls Local Action Network)

    ASLAN's mission is to manifest God's love to homeless people through our actions. By addressing physical, mental and spiritual needs. By giving help and affection without preconditions. By transmitting our joy in Christ. By steadily improving standards of care and support with God's guidance.

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  83. Asperger London Area Group

    ALAG is a community organisation working in partnership with local authorities and the voluntary sector to highlight the needs of people with Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC).

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  84. ASRA Housing

    Sheltered housing for Asian elders with special needs

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  85. Asylum Aid

    Asylum Aid was founded in 1990 to provide desperately-needed legal representation to those fleeing persecution abroad. We have provided legal advice to more than 30,000 people in the last twenty years, and we are committed to continuing this work.

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  86. Athlone Hall

    Just five minutes' walk from Kentish Town Tube and Kentish Town West Overground, Athlone Hall is an ideal location to host meetings, community groups and exercise classes. The space receives plenty of natural light and guests are welcome to enjoy the large garden surrounding the building. Facilities:The hall features a large garden, functional kitchen and has full wifi access. It is furnished with tables and chairs and receives plenty of natural light, making it a pleasant venue for many occasions. Availability:The hall is available to book Monday to Sunday, from 9am to 10pm.

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  87. Auden Place Community Nursery

    Auden Place Community Nursery is a homely and welcoming nursery situated in the heart of Primrose Hill, Camden NW1.

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  88. Autism London

    Autism london is a funded registered charity, originally formed in 1984 by parents concerned about the lack of provision for people with autism and Asperger syndrome

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  89. Back 2 De Source

    To Support Young People In The Community With Their Development. Musical Events, Young People Performed Giving A Message, Healthy Life Styles.

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  90. Bacton Tower Tenants and Residents Association

    Council tenants assocation. Affiliated to Gospel Oak District Management Committee

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  91. Badejo Arts

    Contemporary African dance company. Dance, music and storytelling. Annual productions. two week summer programme and ad hoc workshop sessions

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  92. Bahais In Camden

    Bahá’ís in Camden are inspired by the vision set out in the Bahá’í Holy Writings to work with friends in neighbourhoods in the borough for the betterment of the world and the strengthening of community.

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  93. Bahay Kubo Housing Assn

    Established in 1989, we help Filipinos in Greater London gain access to quality affordable housing to help them lead fuller and more independent lives.

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  94. Baitul Aman Mosque and Cultural Centre

    Mosque. Provides Islamic studies.

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  95. Bam Residents Association

    Mon-fri 09.00-17.00Represent The Residents Of The 3 Blocks Of Flats. The Company Run The Estate On Behalf Of The Residents.

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  96. Bangladeshi Community Association

    Mon, 11.00-15.00 at 10 Shipton House, Prince of Wales Road, NW5; Wed, 12.00-14.00 at Queen's Crescent Community Centre, 45 Ashdown Crescent, NW5.

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  97. Bangladeshi Continence Project & Stoma Services

    The Continence and Stoma (Bladder and Bowel Care) Service provides care for people with bladder and bowel problems across both Camden and Islington PCTs.

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  98. Bangladeshi Social Forum

    0-50 People Serves People In Most Deprived Areas, Older People, Women, Unemployed People And Bme People.

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  99. Barnados Young Womens Project

    We are based in London and work with girls and young women up to the age of 18 who are are at risk of, or who are being abused through, sexual exploitation. We work with young women from all racial, cultural and religious backgrounds, with varying disabilities and of any sexual orientation.

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  100. Barnfield and Woodfield Tenants and Leaseholders Association

    Repesents the views of tenants and leaseholder of Barnfield and Woodfield. Also organises social events

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  101. Bartholomew Area Residents Association

    Meet At Kentish Town Health Centre, Bartholomew Road, Nw5. Residents Association For The Area.Catchment Area - Bartholomew Road From Kentish Town Road To Gaisford Road, Bartholomew Villas, Patshull Road And Place, Lawford Road Adn Sandall Road.

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  102. Bartholomew Estate Residents Association

    Association Works To Ensure Major Developments With The Area Fully Take Into Account The Needs And Desires Of The Residents. Meetings Held As Required.

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  103. Bartram's Convent Hostel

    Bartrams Residence is owned and maintained by the Sisters of Providence. In 1865 His Eminence Cardinal Manning, invited the Sisters from Belgium to London to work in prisons. The Home Office, however, did not share the Cardinal’s view with regard to having Sisters involved in prison work in England. The Cardinal then asked them to open an orphanage in High Street Hampstead. In 1868 the orphanage was transferred to a house called Bartrams in Haverstock Hill. It was turned into a boarding school, and remained as such until the Convent was destroyed by bombs in 1940. A new building was erected as a residence for students and was officially opened in 1959 by His Eminence Cardinal Godfrey. We provide accommodation for 70 female students and we welcome and respect those of other faiths and cultures.

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  104. Basil Jellicoe Community Hall

    3 halls for hire: Large Hall, capacity 45-60, with kitchen and wheelchair access, currently used for Arabic classes, yoga, church, drama class, Scouts, tenants' meetings and a women's group; Father Thomas Room, capacity 5-10, office space and meeting room space, tea area, current use internal meeting space; Athlone Hall, capacity 10-20, office space and meeting room space, kitchen, current use community meetings. Works with Bengali people

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  105. Bassac ( The British Association of Settlements and Social Action Centres)

    National network and support organisation that works with multi-purpose community and neighbourhood organisations that work in deprived areas.

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  106. Bayham Place Residents Association

    Represents the Bayham Place estate including Brockham House, Faversham House, Rainham House and Westerham House

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  107. Beacon (Christian Church)

    EVANGELICAL CHURCH. Alternative contact Jo McKay Tel: 020-7267 1347. Services with creche and children's programme. Run the Springers Toddler Group Fri 10.00-11.30.

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  108. Beautiful Gate Parish

    REDEEMED CHURCH OF GOD.

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  109. Bedford House Community Centre (part of Holborn Community Association)

    Our overarching vision is for a thriving and vibrant local community in Holborn. Services include activities for Under 5's and young people based at Bedford House.

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  110. Befriending Network

    Befriending offers supportive, reliable relationships through volunteer befrienders to people who would otherwise be socially isolated. Around the UK there are befriending projects which organise effective support for children and young people, families, people with mental ill-health, people with learning disabilities and older people, amongst many others.

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  111. Bela Bartok Centre For Musicianship

    The BBCM was established in 1992. Professional, amateur and children's classes focus on comprehensive music education including the Kodály system and the Sáry system, history, analysis and performance skills.

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  112. Believe In Belsize

    Work With The Planning Process To Promote The Quality Of Life, Welfare And Well Being Of Belsize Residents

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  113. Belsize Avenue (41-43) Tenants And Residents Association

    Council Tenants Association. Affiliated To Hampstead District Management Committe. Camden Federation Of Tenants And Residents Associations

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  114. Belsize Grove (5-7) Residents And Tenants Association

    Council Tenants Association. Affiliated To Hampstead District Management Committee. Camden Federation Of Tenants And Residents Association.

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  115. Belsize Residents Association

    The Belsize Residents Association is a group of over 500 households who seek to preserve the character of the area by keeping a close eye on planning and environment issues. We work with local public bodies to improve the quality of local services and we promote a greater sense of community by providing information about local issues and holding social events.

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  116. Belsize Square Synagogue

    Belsize Square Synagogue was founded in 1939 by a group of refugees from Central Europe. Originally affiliated to the Jewish Religious Union (now Liberal Judaism), it became independent in 1989.

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  117. Belsize Village Residents And Traders Association

    Aim To Represent The Interests Of Residents And Traders In Belsize Village.

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  118. Bengali Education & Cultural Association

    Activities include mother-tongue supplementary school for children aged 5-16 and cultural activities and information provision for children and adults.

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  119. Bengali Education Centre

    Bengali mother-tongue supplementary school. Teaches Bengali, Islamic Studies, Mathematics, Science, Cultural Activities and Sports on Sundays from 10 - 2 PM.

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  120. Bengali Men's Group

    Meets once a week at a lunch club.Organise outings and visits.

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  121. Bengali Parent And Tenant's Association

    Runs Bengali mother tongue and Quranic Arabic classes as well as maths, science and English. Supplementary school classes are open to all children on the regents Park estate. Celebrates religious festivals and can provide religious information and talks.

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  122. Bengali Women's Health Project

    The Bengali Women’s Health Project (BWHP) is a community initiative run and managed by frontline voluntary sector workers in Camden.

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  123. Bengali Womens Forum

    We are a voluntary organisation based in Camden but serving the interests of women from deprived communities and their families, locally and nationally. Our purpose and our role is to provide advice and information on welfare rights, debt, employment, and health issues as well as representation, advocacy and translation services. We promote the valuable contribution women make in the communities they live in and seek to empower more of them to do so through educational, training and employment services. We run a supplementary school to facilitate and support the education of children and younger people from poorer backgrounds, those with learning disabilities and those with special needs. We run a registered youth football team and facilitate sports and recreational services. We engage with women in the communities through events, seminars and workshops and seek to address their concerns to ensure their rights and responsibilities.

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  124. Bengali Workers' Association

    Bengali Workers’ Association was founded in 1976 to work for the development of the local communities, in particular the Bengali community. BWA provides employment and training advice, support to older people, enabling them to find out about their local services, community education such as Bengali language classes for young people, a Surma Youth Club, enabling young people to take part in a range of activities and a Welfare and Benefits Advice Service. Please visit the website for more information.

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  125. Betknowmore UK

    We provide support and mentoring services to help tackle issues around problematic gambling. Our first service is called ACT - a tailored mentoring programme for one-to-one support.

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  126. Bibi Wa Sasa Project

    A) TO ADVANCE THE EDUCATION AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING OF AFRICAN SWAHILI SPEAKING WOMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES. B) TO PROVIDE FACILITIES FOR HEALTH PROMOTION, RECREATION AND OTHER LEISURE TIME OCCUPATION FOR AFRICAN SWAHILI WOMEN AND THEIR CHILDREN, IRRESPECTIVE OF ETHNIC ORIGIN OR RELIGIOUS BELIEF IN THE INTERESTS OF SOCIAL WELFARE AND WITH THE OBJECT OF IMPROVING THE CONDITIONS OF LIFE OF THE SAID PERSONS.

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  127. Birchington Road Tenants And Residents Association

    Meetings Take Place On An Adhoc Basis. Represents The Interests Of Those Living In Birchington Road, Nw6. Particularly Concerned With Parking Issues, Highways, Kilburn Srb Issues, Refuse Collection And Road Emergencies Such As Flooding Etc. Associated With Kabrag. Member Of Kilburn Neighbourhood Partnership

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  128. Bismillahi Academy

    Supplementary School

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  129. Black Bag Productions

    Black Bag Productions is a community based film group open to everyone over 16.

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  130. Black Gay Men's Advisory Group

    Offers peer support for black gay and bisexual men of African/ Caribbean parentage

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  131. Black Training & Enterprise Group

    The Black Training and Enterprise Group was established in 1991 by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations and a group of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) voluntary organisations. In 1996, BTEG registered as a charity (No 1056043) and company limited by guarantee (No 3203812). BTEG plays a unique role by supporting BAME civil society organisations, providing a national voice and promoting equality, inclusion, collaboration and entrepreneurship in BAME communities. BTEG is a respected and resilient organisation and celebrates its 21st anniversary this year.

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  132. Black Women's Health and Family Support

    Established in 1982, Black Women's Health and Family Support's primary area of concern is promoting the eradication of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). However, we believe that work in this area can only be effective when understood within the overall context of black women's health and this holistic method has lead to a broad scope of work by the organisation, encompassing grassroots projects which support and empower women and their families in Britain and Africa, as well as influencing policy making at the highest levels.

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  133. Black Women's Rape Action Project

    Founded in 1991 by Black women to run services and campaigns, we focus on winning justice for women of colour and immigrant women who have survived rape, racist attacks and other violence.

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  134. Blashford Ta

    Council tenants assoication for the block. Affiliated to the Hampstead District Management committee

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  135. Blenheim CDP

    Blenheim has been providing services to people with drug problems in London since the early 60’s. We have been and remain a pioneer in developing services to address the wide range of issues facing communities from problematic drug and alcohol use. An accessible, non-judgemental, client-focussed and proactive approach is central to our philosophy alongside our passionate belief in people’s capacity to change.

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  136. Bloomsbury Association

    Civic society / community association

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  137. Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church

    Bloomsbury is a part of the world-wide Baptist family as a member church of the London Baptist Association whose offices are in the church building, a member church of the Baptist Union of Great Britain and an associate member church of the Baptist World Alliance. Members and friends support the work of Baptist World Mission through the birthday scheme.

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  138. Bloomsbury Village Neighbourhood Forum

    Neighbourhood planning forum

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  139. Board of Deputies - Jewish Community

    The Board of Deputies of British Jews exists to promote and defend the religious and civil liberties of British Jewry.

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  140. Bobath Centre

    The Bobath Centre is a specialist treatment centre providing individually tailored therapy for children who have cerebral palsy and other allied neurological conditions.

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  141. Bolingo Lisanga

    Organising Arts /Music event.

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  142. Bonny Street Residents Association

    Represents Residents In Bonny Street

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  143. Boscastle Road Residents Association

    Works With Tenants And Residents

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  144. Bosnia-Herzegovina Community UK

    BHCUK exists to provide practical, social and psychological support to all former residents of Bosnia and Herzegovina now living in London; by sharing experiences, providing support and working in partnership with other organisations in the voluntary sector.

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  145. Boswell House Leaseholders Association

    Leaseholders Association. (last Recognised By Camden Council Home Ownership Services As A Recognised Tenants Association 12/2/2004)

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  146. Boys2Men Project

    Boys2MEN is designed to assist boys – particularly young black and ethnic minority boys and young men – in their transitions from boyhood to adulthood and on to fatherhood.

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  147. Brandon Centre For Counselling & Psychotherapy For Young People

    Counselling and psychotherapy for young people. Conception and sexual health clinic for young people aged 12-21.

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  148. Bray TA and Leaseholders Association

    Council tenants association. Next AGM due Oct 2008. Affiliated to the hampstead District Management Committee

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  149. Briardale Gardens Neighbourhood Association

    Represents The Resideents Of Briardale Gardens And Clorane Gardens On Issues Related To The Well-being And Upkeep Of The Area.

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  150. Bridge House Recognised Tenants Association

    Leadershold association

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  151. Bridge Project

    For people aged 18-65 from the African, African Caribbean and Bangladeshi/Bengali communities who are experiencing mental ill health and live independently in the London Borough of Camden, and are subject to the Care Programme Approach (CPA).

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  152. Bright Horizon Solutions

    The Bright Horizons passion and enthusiasm for providing high-quality care isn’t just common knowledge within our own business – we’ve also gained some impressive accolades from external sources.

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  153. British Albanian Muslim Community

    British Albanian Muslim Community answers the need for a dynamic and active existing Muslim Community who is looking for better understanding of Islam. The organization will provide services to the community for congregational prayers, facilities for women, education for children and a funeral service.

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  154. British Humanist Association

    The British Humanist Association (BHA) is the national charity working on behalf of non-religious people who seek to live ethical and fulfilling lives on the basis of reason and humanity.

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  155. British Lung Foundation

    Breathe Easy Camden is a support group for people affected by lung conditions including their friends, family and carers.

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  156. British Muslims for Secular Democracy

    We bring together a diverse group of Muslim democrats from a variety of ethnic and social backgrounds. We want to challenge perceptions, ideas and current thinking about British Muslims as a collectivity and the issues that affect the wider society.

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  157. British Polio Fellowship

    The British Polio Fellowship is a charity dedicated to helping, supporting and empowering approximately 120,000 people in the UK living with the effects of Polio and Post Polio Syndrome (PPS), a neurological condition.

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  158. British Somali Community

    British Somali Community is a woman led Refugee Community Organisation set up by and for members of the Somali Community in Camden, some of the poorest and most disadvantaged residents of the borough. It seeks to make a significant improvement in their lives by addressing the educational and recreational needs of Somali children and young people and the health and training needs Somali women and the Somali elderly.

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  159. British Youth Council

    A youth-led charity, we empower young people aged 25 and under to influence and inform the decisions that affect their lives.

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  160. Broadfield And Fairhurst Tra

    council tenats and residents Association. Affiliated to the hampstead district management Committee

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  161. Brocas Close Residents Association

    The Association Represents The Views Of People Within The Catchment Area: 1-28 Brocas Close And 65-69 Fellows Road. Co-ordinates A Neighbourhood Watch Scheme And Is Open To All Residents, Be They Tenants Or Owner/occupiers

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  162. Brondesbury Residents and Tenants Association (BRAT)

    Residents association. The area covered by the Association is: Buckley Road, Burton Road, Callcott Road, Clarence Road, Dunster Gardens, Dyne Road, Plympton Road and Avenue, Streatley Road, Torbay Road, Waterloo Passage, the North Side of Willesden lane to the railway line and the West side of Kilburn High Road from Willesden Lane to the railway line.

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  163. Brookfield Park Surgery

    GP Practice

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  164. Burgh House Trust

    Burgh House is a grade I listed house built in the early years of the 18th century, open to the public as a local history museum, art gallery, classical concert venue, shop and cafe. The Hampstead Museum is incorporated in the House on the first floor and offers permanent displays and temporary exhibitions on Hampstead History.

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  165. Business in the Community

    We are a business-led charity focused on promoting responsible business practice.

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  166. Buta Limited

    Managing Agents For 300 Flats In Belsize Park. Company Formed By The Tenants And The Leaseholders Of 51 Residential Houses And 4 Blocks Of Flats. Buta Is Not A Housing Association And Does Not Accept Self Referrals

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  167. CAB Housebound Service

    Camden Citizens Advice Bureaux Service (CCABS) is an independent organisation and is a member of Citizens Advice (The National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux).

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  168. CADFA Camden Abu Dis Friendship Association

    CADFA works in Camden to promote awareness about the human rights situation in Abu Dis. As part of this work we are building friendship links between individuals and organisations in Camden and Abu Dis, and supporting a number of projects there.

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  169. Calthorpe Project

    The Calthorpe inner city community garden and centre exists to improve the physical and emotional well-being of those who live, work or study in Camden and surrounding areas.

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  170. Camden & City Churches Cold Weather Centre (C4WS))

    Annual winter shelter/emergency accommodation in various venues. Clients accept the shelter's ethos and terms of residence. No alcohol allowed on the premises. Mentoring and befriending scheme, English classes, weekly lunch time drop-in.

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  171. Camden & Westminister Refugee Training Partnership

    C&WRTP is an umbrella organisation consisting of representatives from Refugee Community Organisations (RCOS) based in Camden and Westminster. Services include: Training and careers guidance for refugees and asylum seekers and services for refugee community groups. ESOL training courses to NVQ levels 1-4, careers and employment advice and guidance. Health awareness sessions at other venues. Saturday school for underachieving refugee children in local centres. Capacity building and development work with refugee community groups in Camden and Westminster.

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  172. Camden Alzheimer Disease Society Carers Group

    Alzheimer's Society is a membership organisation, which works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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  173. Camden Arabic Association

    TO ADVANCE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN AGED 4-16 YEARS OF AGE IN LONDON THROUGH THE PROVISION OF SUPPLEMENTARY EDUCATION IN PARTICULAR BUT NOT LIMITED TO TEACHING ENGLISH AND MATHS AND TO ADVANCE ADULT EDUCATION IN BRITISH CULTURE AND HISTORY.

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  174. Camden Arts Centre

    Camden Arts Centre is a place for contemporary visual art and education. Placing the artist at the core, Camden Arts Centre strives to involve members of the public in the ideas and processes of today's artists, and the artists who inspire them.

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  175. Camden Association for Foster Carers (CAFC)

    Our association was set up 40 years ago in order to provide Camden foster carers with support and advice, while sharing information on the practicalities of caring for Camden's Looked After Children.

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  176. Camden Association of Street Properties

    Association for Tenants and Leaseholders, serviced by Camden Council. Group linking residents of London Borough of Camden (LBC) street properties, to discuss common aims and concerns. This covers issues like repairs, capital works, housing management, etc, and works toward policy and procedural change via Camden Council. Committee meets monthly and communicates with residents through borough-wide meetings and newsletters.

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  177. Camden Bangali Residents Association

    Association for any resident in Camden from a Bengali background, welcomes people from Bangladesh and West Bengal.

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  178. Camden Black Environment Network

    What we are doing - Introduction BEN works to enable full ethnic participation in the built and natural environment. We are positioned as a catalyst for change. The services, resources and expertise within the mainstream are enormous. There is no way in which a parallel provision can be set up. In order to benefit fully, ethnic participation must therefore be enabled to access everything that the mainstream has to offer. We do not intend to provide a permanent service for ethnic communities.

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  179. Camden Black Parents And Teachers' Association

    The CarAf Centre, also known as Camden Black Parents and Teachers Association was set up in 1980 and has been delivering a range of educational support services in the London Borough of Camden to disadvantaged communities.

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  180. Camden Black Workers Group

    Council & VCS workers group

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  181. Camden Butterfly Trust

    We are a not-for-profit organisation. Our aim is to halt, if not reverse the decline in Camden’s wildlife, especially butterflies and bees. We intend doing this by establishing a network of wildlife-friendly butterfly conservation gardens throughout the London borough of Camden. These gardens, not further than a mile from each other, will become breeding sites for the 22 species of butterflies that inhabit Camden. This will enable butterflies to interact with each other, build up their numbers and increase their gene pool.

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  182. Camden Carers Service

    Camden Carers Centre is a local voluntary sector charity,which gives advice and support to carers from all communities living in the London Borough of Camden. Camden Carers Service (CCS) is a partnership between Camden Carers Centre and Centre 404

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  183. Camden Central Bangladeshi Association

    set up to identify need fo the Bangladeshi community and develop strategies for meeting those needs

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  184. Camden Central Community Umbrella

    Camden Central Community Umbrella (CCCU) was set up by Camden Central Partnership to carry out a regeneration programme in Camden Central funded by the London Development Agency Single Regeneration Budget (SRB).

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  185. Camden Chinese Centre Nursery

    Service Offered: Day Nursery (Voluntary / Not for Profit Owned), Open all year, Full Day Care, Sessional Day Care

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  186. Camden Chinese Community Centre

    Camden Chinese Community Centre was established in 1981. We are a thriving Camden-based organisation that provides services of the highest quality primarily for members of the Chinese community irrespective of age or gender, but not exclusively to those of Chinese origin. We provide socially inclusive services that improve the conditions of life for inhabitants of Camden and people of surrounding boroughs who need support owing to age, disability, poverty, social and financial circumstances, and educate through the study of Chinese arts, culture and history.

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  187. Camden City of Sanctuary (Free Computer Classes for Refugees and Migrants)

    We have 10 computers available, on a fortnightly basis, for an hour and a half at Swiss Cottage Library for refugees/asylum seekers looking to learn basic computer skills. This is free of charge. Please contact David with the email above if you would like to reserve a computer.

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  188. Camden Civic Society

    Our Society exists to provide an independent voice for those with an interest in the London Borough of Camden, whether they live, work or play here. We aim to encourage a sense of interest, community and pride in our Borough.

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  189. Camden Collective

    Collective is a registered charity offering workspace, courses and collaboration for a growing community of Creatives in the heart of Camden. Collective is migratory and builds on a legacy of successfully acquiring and re-purposing vacant and underused spaces. We provide free hot-desking space and subsidised offices for start-ups and training academies in creative and digital skills.

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  190. Camden Community and Police Consultative Group

    Camden Community and Police Consultative Group run projects to ensure the neighbourhood where you live and work are safe. Every ward in Camden has a dedicated team of officers whose sole responsibility is to tackle crime and disorder in your area. Safer Neighbourhood Teams hold regular drop-in sessions in which members of the public can discuss issues directly and in confidence. They work in partnership with Kentish Town and Holborn Police Station.

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  191. Camden Community Law Centre

    Camden Community Law Centre is a registered charity serving local residents of the London Borough of Camden. The organisation also provides disability advice.

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  192. Camden Community Nurseries

    We are a not-for-profit charity operating two community nurseries in north London. We offer full and part-time places, plus you can book additional ad hoc, or ‘emergency days’ if you need that extra bit of time (subject to availability). Over 3s benefit from the 15-free hours government allocation.

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  193. Camden Community Nurseries Acol Road

    Acol is our new Community Nursery for children from 3 months to 5 years. Situated in a large town-house, it has a homely feel with a flexible range of rooms to support both free imaginative play and more structured activities tailored to each age group. Our large, secure outdoor play area promotes childrens' physical development and offers a fun way to burn off some energy with friends.

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  194. Camden Community Nurseries Montpelier Nursery

    Montpelier Nursery is located in a beautiful eco-building, designed specifically for local children by former Montpelier parents. The nursery provides care for children aged two to five.

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  195. Camden Community Radio

    Camden Community Radio is the voice of people living or working in Camden - the most exciting and diverse borough in London. We bring you a mix of news, current affairs, music showcases, drama, poetry, arts, entertainment, history and local information.

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  196. Camden Council (Members Room)

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  197. Camden Cypriot Women's Organisation

    CCWO works to improve the quality of life of Cypriot and Greek women and their families living in the London Borough of Camden and the surrounding areas.

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  198. Camden Deaf People's Group

    Our Deaf Support service can give information and support with: Benefits, Form filling, Booking BSL/English interpreters, Housing Health Services, Access to Work and much more...

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  199. Camden DIP

    We instil the aspiration that everyone can change, and we don’t want people to depend on us any longer than they have to.

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  200. Camden Disability Action

    Camden Disability Action is a user-led organisation which aims to promote the equality of deaf and disabled people living or working in Camden.

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  201. Camden Elderly Irish Network

    The Irish Elderly Advice Network provides advice, information and support to older Irish people. Front line support includes advice on housing, welfare rights, Irish and UK pensions, health, death counselling and bereavement support. They provide an Outreach Drop In service at Sacred/Heart church in Quex Road, Kilburn every Wednesday. They lobby and campaign on issues of concern to older Irish people, and provide support and advice to Irish pensioners club leaders about grants and local council services.

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  202. Camden English Folk Dance Club

    No need to bring a partner​​, come when you visit London​​ and come regularly​​​. For dancers of all abilities and all dances are walked through. Offers Teaching for beginners​. Click on the website to find out when and the fee.

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  203. Camden Fabian Society

    The Fabian Society is Britain’s oldest political think tank. Founded in 1884, the Society is at the forefront of developing political ideas and public policy on the left.

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  204. Camden Federation of Private Tenants

    amden Federation of Private Tenants (CFPT) provides a voice for private tenants in Camden. Run by and for private tenants, we were set up in 1980 as a mutual support group to help tenants organise and campaign for their rights.

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  205. Camden Federation Of Tenants' And Residents' Associations

    Camden Federation of Private Tenants (CFPT) provides a voice for private tenants in Camden. Run by and for private tenants, CFPT was set up in 1980 as a mutual support group to help tenants organise and campaign for their rights.

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  206. Camden Flexicare

    Flexicare was established in 1996 with the aim of providing community support to people with mental health problems and physical disabilities.

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  207. Camden Foodbank

    We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. We are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.

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  208. Camden Forum of Elderly People

    The Greater London Forum for Older People (GLF) was formed in 1988. The GLF is a voluntary organisation and the umbrella group for older people’s Forums and Groups across the 32 London Boroughs and the City of London and is a voice for grassroots Older Londoners.

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  209. Camden Garden Centre

    Provides a two year paid employment (FT & PT) & Training programme for disadvantaged groups

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  210. Camden Greater London Health & Welfare Trust

    GENERAL CHARITABLE PURPOSES, THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEALTH OR SAVING OF LIVES, RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES, ELDERLY/OLD PEOPLE, PEOPLE OF A PARTICULAR ETHNIC OR RACIAL ORIGIN, THE GENERAL PUBLIC/MANKIND, PROVIDES HUMAN RESOURCES, PROVIDES SERVICES, PROVIDES ADVOCACY/ADVICE/INFORMATION

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  211. Camden Green Party

    The Green Party has representatives at all levels of governance. We are committed to providing wellbeing and prosperity for everyone, in harmony with nature. A caring, inclusive and democratic Green society will enable everyone to do valuable work, follow their interests, interact with their community and enjoy nature.

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  212. Camden House

    Camden Probation Service

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  213. Camden Housing Association & Co-op Forum

    Housing, Tentants and Residents Group

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  214. Camden Inner London Licensees Association

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  215. Camden ITEC

    Camden ITeC is well-established within north and central London as a respected provider of community-based vocational training services.

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  216. Camden Kingdom Hall (Jehovahs Witnesses)

    JEHOVAHS WITNESSES. Services for 4 congregations.

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  217. Camden Labour Party

    With more than 2,000 members, Camden Labour reflects the diversity of our borough. Our members, activists and councillors are drawn from all walks of life and hugely varied backgrounds. Camden’s strength is its diversity, and we believe that diversity is our strength also.

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  218. Camden Lgbt Forum

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  219. Camden Listening and Counselling Centre

    Camden Listening and Counselling Centre is dedicated to enhancing mental health and wellbeing and provides a listening service to people in crisis, a counselling service for those needing longer term support, weekly Art4Health group sessions, structured dramatherapy and meditation.

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  220. Camden Local Community Services

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  221. Camden Mediation Service

    We have a large group of trained and experienced mediators able to work within a wide variety of conflict situations. We offer Open College Network accredited training in mediation delivered by highly skilled and qualified trainers. We can provide organisations who have particular conflict intervention requirements with, for example, in-house training; group facilitation; and help developing their use of mediation.

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  222. Camden Mental Health Consortium

    Promote equal opportunities, enhance quality of life for members, hold regular service user meetings, publish monthly news letter

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  223. Camden Older People's Organisation

    Also Provide Social & Leisure Activites For Older People; Providing Services To 100-250 People. Has 54 Registered Members

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  224. Camden one parent empowerment support group

    A place for lone parents to come and network, share experiences, gather knowledge through information provided, if they wish, over a cup of tea/coffee. A safe space and environment to relax and be yourself.

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  225. Camden Park Residents Association Limited

    Residents Company Running The Affairs Of The Eight Flats At 53-55 Camden Park Road

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  226. Camden People First

    We support people with learning difficulties living or working in the London borough of Camden through services which enable people with learning difficulties to obtain their full rights and privileges as citizens. We advance and promote the education of self advocacy for people with learning difficulties and educate the public on their needs.

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  227. Camden People's Theatre

    CPT is a unique central London space dedicated year-round to innovative contemporary theatre. CPT is dedicated to artists and audiences taking risks, making exciting choices and pursuing excellence. Facilities include a 60-seat studio theatre, fully licensed bar, affordable rehearsal rooms, and a foyer gallery space.

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  228. Camden Physical Disabled Group

    Meeting to develop as a group Running outdoor exercise classes

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  229. Camden Pre-school Learning Alliance

    We deliver acclaimed training, quality improvement and family learning programmes, produce specialist publications, offer information and advice to early years professionals and parents and campaign to positively influence childcare policy and practice.

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  230. Camden Psychotherapy Unit

    We are a london based community mental health charity providing psychoanalytic psychotherapy for adults

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  231. Camden Public Libraries Users Group

    Camden Public Libraries Users Group (CPLUG) was founded in February 1998 to oppose a plan by Camden Council to close a number of its libraries. Since its formation in 1965, Camden Council had periodically closed libraries and, each time this happened, the resistance to the policy grew. The 1998/99 battle to save the endangered libraries was successful, but it was realized that Camden Council would try again to reduce the service to the residents and workers of the borough. Therefore, since that time, CPLUG has kept a very close watch on the council.

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  232. Camden Safety Net

    We provide services to survivors of domestic violence as well as to children affected by violence.

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  233. Camden Society - Learning & Skills

    The Camden Society runs services across London and Oxfordshire. With a reputation for creativity, innovation and enterprise we generate new opportunities for people with disabilities to achieve greater equality. All our services are person-centred, supporting people to develop their lives in whatever ways they choose. The Camden Society is also a campaigning organisation. Promoting the human rights of people with disabilities in everything we do, we regularly support people to campaign on matters of local and national importance. We started as a campaigning organisation over 40 years ago. Now as a registered charity, we support over 600 people across London and Oxfordshire every week and work in partnership with more than 100 organisations such as local authorities, health trusts and other voluntary organisations. As of 2014, we became part of the Thera Group; a group of organisations that share our person-centered ethos and ideas for the future. We look forward to working with Thera to create a better future for people with learning disabilities.

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  234. Camden Somali Cultural Centre

    We are a Somali run community charity based in Kilburn, North West London.

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  235. Camden Spectrum Centre (Thames Reach)

    Thames Reach runs the Spectrum Centre in the heart of Camden which is dedicated to helping the borough's most needy and chaotic homeless people. The Spectrum Centre provides advice, support and care to men and women who are sleeping rough, have a drug or alcohol problem, poor mental health, or who are simply struggling to keep a roof over their head.

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  236. Camden Square Area Tenants & Residents Association

    Council, private and housing association tenants' and leaseholders' association. Council tenants' association room for hire with capacity of 15. Includes sink and kettle, wheelchair accessible toilet, and moveable ramp for main entrance. The Room is located at 1 Camden Park Road, NW1 9AU.

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  237. Camden Swahili Community Project

    Offers advice, counselling, information and support to asylum seekers, refugees and migrants particularly in the fields of immigration, welfare rights, housing, health (HIV/AIDS, mental health, tropical diseases), education, training and employment. Swahili mother tongue classes for children aged 7-14. Outings for children and people from the community.

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  238. Camden Town CAAC

    Conservation Area Advisory Committees (CAACs) are groups of local residents and businesses as well as representatives of local historical, civic and amenity societies. In some cases, representatives of national amenity societies are also members of Camden CAACs. Due to their local knowledge, these committees are a valuable source of local advice on planning and conservation issues.

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  239. Camden Town Library

    Camden Town Library

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  240. Camden Town Methodist Church

    The Islington and Camden Mission Circuit is one of forty-one circuits in the London District of the Methodist Church. The principal area we serve is the Borough of Islington north of Highbury Corner and the Borough of Camden around Camden Town and Kentish Town. Bible Stories are taught on Sunday at 11:30am for children aged from 5 to 16 years.

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  241. Camden Town Neighbourhood Advice Centre

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  242. Camden Town SHED

    The Camden Town Shed is a club offering a workspace where retired or redundant older people can work on practical projects with others.

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  243. Camden Town Speaks Residents Association

    Residents Association And Envieonmental Action Group, Interested In Planning, Transport And Traffic Issues, Licensing And General Community Matters. About 65 Members

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  244. Camden Town Unlimited

    Camden Town Unlimited (CTU) has been appointed by the business community to improve Camden Town as a place to work, live and visit. As the representatives for business, we will introduce innovative approaches to upgrade the commercial and environmental performance of Camden Town, putting business at centre stage to oversee the operations.

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  245. Camden Training Network

    Network Of Over 60 Local Organisations, Including Voluntary And Community Groups, Local Training Providers, Further Education Colleges And The Local Authority. Provide Research And Information Support And Training To The Network Members Dealing With Disadvantaged Groups, Including Black And Ethnic Communities, In Camden.

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  246. Camden Tribunal & Rights Unit

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  247. Camden Victim Support

    Camden Victim Support

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  248. Camden Village Association

    Covers The Area Bounded By Regent's Canal, Midland Mainline, North London Line And St Pancras Way. The Association Includes Residential Owner Occupiers, Private Leaseholders And Tenants, Housing Association Leaseholders And Tenants, Council Leaseholders And Tenants, And Commercial Leaseholders, Tenants Adn Freeholders.

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  249. Camden West Africa Community Project

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  250. Camden Young Women's Centre

    African/Caribbean Women's Group,Young Mother's group, Young Mothers & Young Carers Group and othe Drop-ins.

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  251. Camden Youth Service

    We offer a wide-ranging, exciting and engaging programme of activities that build young people’s skills and confidence.

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  252. Camden, City, Islington & Westminister Bereavement Service

    Founded as Camden Bereavement Service in 1969, today Camden, City, Islington and Westminster Bereavement Service is a registered charity, that relies on public support, and which exists to provide free bereavement counselling help for any adult either living within or registered with a GP, in the boroughs of; Camden, Islington and the City of Westminster, or who live, work or are registered with a GP, within the City of London.

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  253. Camdenlets

    Camden LETS (Local Exchange Trading System) is a non-profit organisation for people who live, work or study in the London borough of Camden to exchange their skills and services with each other on a time exchange points system. Members can view the Directory within the Members Area.

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  254. Camley Street Natural Park

    Nature reserve adjacent to Regent's Canal, with ponds, marsh, woodland and wildflower meadows. Visitor centre, exhibitions and events every weekend. Schools programme in term time. School holiday children's activity programme. Volunteers programme. Regular events. Groups intending to visit should ring first. Drop-in sessions for individuals. Children must be supervised.

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  255. Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum

    We are a group of individuals who either live or work in the Camley Street & Elm Village area. We formed the Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum because we share a common purpose and objective – to make our neighbourhood the nicest possible place it can be – to make it an area that’s economically vibrant, socially connected, and generally the nicest, greenest, safest place to live and work it can possibly be.

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  256. Cancerkin

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  257. Canfield Place Residents Association

    Informal Group Concerned With Issued Which Affect Local Residents. Open To All Interested Residents.Catchment Area - Canfield Place, Canfield Gardens, Finchley Road.

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  258. Cara Trust

    We're here to support and improve the lives of people living with HIV who might need a little extra help. We try to target our limited resources on those people who might need us the most - because of poverty, ill-health, isolation or old age.

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  259. Care Alliance Community Access Centre

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  260. Carila Latin America Welfare Group

    provide advice and info in the areas of, welfare rights,health,Education,Housing,Immigration 1.Interpreting / Advocacy in aid of the above areas supplementary spanish class: Saturday 10:00 - 13.00 (6-12 yrs) Telephone helpline 0808 8000540 Monday - Thursday 10.00 - 13.00 Referals Signposting Drama, Art & IT for young people 14-19yrs, volunteering & work placement opportunities

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  261. CARIS CAMDEN

    Caris Camden run a Winter Light Shelter for the homeless. They provide 15-16 beds including breakfast and dinner 2 months before Christmas and 3 months after Christimas. Caris Camden also provide welfare support and run activities for the homeless throughout the year. Caris Camden will be running other projects in the future.

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  262. Carol Street Housing Co-op

    The Carol Street Housing Co-operative has been established within the London Borough of Camden for over 20 years and is a Fully Mutual co-operative, registered under the Industrial and Provident Societies Act 1965. The Co-op is a legal body that runs its own affairs with the participation of its members. We have eight houses in Camden two in Carol Street and 6 in Royal College Street.

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  263. Carr-gomm

    Carr-Gomm is a national charity providing high quality support and housing services that place individuals at the centre of planning and decision making, enabling them to have control over their lives. They work with people with a variety of needs who need support because of illness or disability or because they are experiencing a crisis in their lives.

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  264. Cas de la Salud Hispano Americana

    Enable improvements in health, working with disadvantaged communities to support local health strategies.

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  265. Casa Latino Americana

    The Latin American House is a registered Charity that aims to provide space and support for Latin Americans, Spanish and Portuguese speakers and local communities in our multicultural Kilburn.

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  266. Castle Road Estate Tenants Association

    Council Tenants Association From Widford, Heybridge, Roxwell, Lewis Street (1), Hadley Street (12), Hartland Road (9), And Castle Road. Next Agm Due Oct 2006. Affiliated To The Gospel Oak District Management Committee. (camden Federation Of Tenants And Residents Associations Registration, Oct 2005)

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  267. Castle Road Residents Association

    Informal Group Representing The Kentish Town End Of Castle Road. Specially Intereseted In Parking Adn Entertainment Licensing. About 5 Members

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  268. Castlehaven Community Association

    The Castlehaven Community Association was established in 1985 as a result of a group of local residents concerned about the lack of local facilities for children and older people. Projects include Ageactivity 60+, which has various weekly classes such as dancing, walking clubs and yoga and monthly coach trips and cinema trips, Castle Youth 11 - 19 years, open on a weekly basis and in the evening and which has a different theme every week such as music/sport/cooking and trips and Casltehaven Community Park, a gardening and growing haven. Please see website for more details.

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  269. Catholic Portuguese Mission

    A vigourous and energetic parish and part of the mainstream of the Diocese of Westminster.

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  270. Caversham Childrens Centre

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  271. Caversham Elder People's Organisation

    Social and leisure activities for older people in Caversham area

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  272. Cccu (camden Central Community Umbrella)

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  273. Cecil Sharp House

    A world-class dedicated folk arts centre, Cecil Sharp House is at the heart of English folk. With a unique history stretching back to 1930, the venue - owned and managed by the English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS) - is a memorial to the folk music and dance collector Cecil Sharp. Vibrant and diverse, Cecil Sharp House exists to serve its wide and diverse audiences, engaging with art lovers (oft times folk art lovers) through unique and inspiring artistic events, and creative learning.

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  274. Central & Cecil Housing Trust

    Central & Cecil Housing Trust is a housing association providing a range of low cost social housing to people needing needing somewhere to live.

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  275. Central African Youth Resort Oblication Project

    Providing primarily for young people a daily drop-in advice & information service, intepreting and translation, signposting, referrals, advocacy & outreach work

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  276. Central and Cecil Housing Care Support

    Central & Cecil is a not-for-profit registered provider, that has offered housing, care and support to vulnerable people for over 85 years.

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  277. Central YMCA

    We champion the benefits of health-based activity through advocacy, education and direct delivery

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  278. Centre 404

    Centre 404 is a charity that offers friendly, reliable and person centred support to people with a learning disability and their families in north London. It was founded in 1951 by carers of children with learning disabilities and continues to work towards building a community and a society where people with learning disabilities are valued and involved members of our community.

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  279. Centre Of Personal Development

    Mentoring Programme For Youths, Support Teenage Parents To Continue Their Education. Career Development. Ensuring Young People And Parents Gain Suitable Employment.

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  280. Centrepoint (frederick Street)

    Centrepoint - Frederick Street

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  281. Centrepoint Hostel

    Centrepoint

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  282. Centrepoint Residents Association

    Looks After The Interests Of All Residents In The Building. Part Of The Saint Giles Forum

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  283. Centro Infantil Menchu

    Day Nursery

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  284. Centro Social De Mayoress Miguel de Cervantes

    Meeting place for Spanish pensioners

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  285. Chadswell Healthy Livin Centre Bangladeshi Families Project

    Advice, activities and support to Bangladeshi community in Kings Cross & Brunswick area

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  286. Chai-Lifeline

    Since 1987, Chai Lifeline's mission has been to restore the light of childhood to children whose innocence ended when life-threatening or lifelong illness was diagnosed. Through programs that address the emotional, social, and financial needs of seriously ill children, their families, and communities, Chai Lifeline restores normalcy to family life, and better enables families to withstand the crises and challenges of serious pediatric illness.

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  287. Chain Reaction in Town

    Chainreaction in Town is a community based Personal Development Group designed for the development and growth of disabled adults with moderate to high support and care needs.

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  288. Chalcot Estate Leaseholders Association

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  289. Chalk Farm Baptist Church

    BAPTIST CHURCH.

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  290. Chalk Farm Housing Group

    Estate Management Board for the Ferdinand Estate in Chalk Farm, including Beauvale, Broomfield, Ferdinand House, Harmood House, Mead Close, Powlett House, Rugmere and Tottenhall.

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  291. Chalk Farm Parking Action Group

    Group Arguing For Parking And Traffic Regulations To Suit The Needs Of Local People. Covers Chalk Farm, North Camden Town And South Kentish Town.

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  292. Chalton Gallery

    We are a non for profit project space dedicated to showcase contemporary art from the UK and Mexico!

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  293. Chamberlain Street Association

    Aims To Represent The Needs And Wishes Of The Residents Of Chamberlain Street

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  294. Charlie Ratchford Resource Centre

    The Charlie Ratchford Resource Centre provides elderly care and they 're open Monday-Friday from 9-5 PM.

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  295. Charlotte Street Association

    The Charlotte Street Association was founded in 1970 by a group of people living in or around Charlotte Street who were concerned by the prospect of large-scale redevelopment in the area.

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  296. Chaston Nursery

    Chaston Nursery Schools provide care and education for the under 5's and are both open for at least 49 weeks of the year.

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  297. Chenies Street Chambers Tra

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  298. Cherry Tree Court Sheltered Housing

    Sheltered housing for (mainly) Greek Cypriot older people

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  299. Chesterford Gardens Residents Association

    Residents Association Representing 34 Addresses In Chesterford Gardens Adn 8 In Frognal Lane.

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  300. Child Poverty Action Group

    Child Poverty Action Group is the leading national charity working to end poverty among children, young people and families in the UK. Our vision is of a society free of child poverty where all children can enjoy their childhoods and have fair chances in life to reach their full potential.

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