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  1. (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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. African Women's Trust

    provides information, advice and referral to women of African origin

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  7. 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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  8. Age UK Camden (Age Concern Camden)

    Age UK Camden is an independent charity that helps older people to stay active, stay connected and get the most out of life. Age UK Camden run two day centres in Camden (Great Croft and Henderson Court) where older people can participate in social activities, offers Dementia support and computer training, runs a befriending, Care Navigator and shopping service and offers counselling and nail care. They also offer direct payment support.

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  9. 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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  10. Al-Khoei Foundation

    Promotes the welfare and development of the Muslim community

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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. Ampthill Square Tenants Hall for Hire

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

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  16. 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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  17. 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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  18. 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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  19. 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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  20. 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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  21. Basil Jellicoe Community Hall (Also known as Origin Community Halls)

    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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  22. 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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  23. 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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  24. Bengali Men's Group

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

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  25. 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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  26. Bloomsbury Association

    Civic society / community association

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  27. 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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  28. 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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  29. 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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  30. Cafe Palestina

    Café Palestina is based in Camden, North London. We are open daily, serving Palestinian mezze, freshly ground coffee & homemade cakes. We stock a wide range of authentic Palestinian produce, gifts & specialty food. We sell authentic produce imported straight from Palestine, including handmade pottery, glassware & crafts. We host weekly Palestine-themed film screenings, supper clubs and regular community events! We are a Social Enterprise (reg. Community Interest Company) supporting the work of human rights charity; Camden Abu Dis Friendship Association (UK reg. 11127170).

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  31. 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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  32. 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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  33. Camden Community Connectors

    Camden Community Connectors aims to support and empower people to connect to their communities in a way that suits them. Staff and volunteers will meet older people one-on-one to discuss interests and find activities or events they might enjoy, then accompanying them there. It is commissioned by Ageing Better in Camden, a partnership of older people and voluntary and statutory organisations and funded the Big Lottery Fund.

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  34. 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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  35. 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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  36. Camden Inner London Licensees Association

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  37. 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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  38. Camden Lgbt Forum

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  39. 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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  40. Camden Town Neighbourhood Advice Centre

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  41. 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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  42. 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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  43. 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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  44. Cccu (camden Central Community Umbrella)

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  45. Centro Social De Mayoress Miguel de Cervantes

    Meeting place for Spanish pensioners

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  46. Chalk Farm Food Bank

    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. Chalk Farm Foodbank are open Thursdays from 10.30 -12 pm.

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  47. 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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  48. Clean Break

    A women’s theatre company changing lives and changing minds – on stage, in prison and in the community.

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  49. CM Futsal Academy

    To promote healthy lifestyles through football, enabling young people to engage in positive activities which keep them safe and away from hanging out on the street

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  50. Cocoon Family Support

    Cocoon Family support is a London based charity. We support those affected by postnatal depression, and mothers who are struggling to deal with difficult emotions before and after birth. We aim to provide a range of services for those affected by Postnatal Depression including one to one home visits either at Cocoon Family Support or in the comfort of your own home. Cocoon Family Support was founded by Jessica Warne. Jessica founded Cocoon after experiencing postnatal depression after the birth of her daughter.

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  51. Community Association for West Hampstead

    Runs classes for adults and children. Children's classes include an after school art course for 6-11 year olds, a parents and toddlers art workshop, ballet classes, summer holiday playschemes, French-speaking classes for native French speakers and yoga. Adult classes include pilates and art. The base for W HEART community group. Also offers space in the building for hire.

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  52. Community Congolese and Youth Development

    Cocyde Ltd assit the community through learning activities, sports and outings and building confidence and cohesion, etc.COCYDE do not have a website running yet, however they will do soon.

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  53. Community Network: London Telephone Communities for Older People

    Community Network is a charity and social enterprise combating social isolation and loneliness and their devastating effects on health and well-being. We do this by bringing people together on the phone to form Talking Communities. Our Talking Communities give people the chance to socialise, share experiences and support each other. And, because ‘meetings’ take place on the phone, they are easy to use and access – even for people who have mobility problems or a disability.

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  54. Community Service Volunteers

    Older volunteers

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  55. Consortium of Bengali Associations

    Since being established CBA has played an important part of the development of many Bengali led voluntary organisations that serve the Bengali community. It provides a range of services to encourage and support voluntary action and to promote the increasingly important role of the Bengali voluntary and community sector in the United Kingdom.

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  56. Contact The Elderly: Tea Parties with Friends

    Contact the Elderly is the only national charity solely dedicated to tackling loneliness and social isolation among older people. Supported by a network of volunteers, Contact the Elderly organises monthly Sunday afternoon tea parties for small groups of older people aged 75 and over, who live alone, offering a regular and vital friendship link every month. Please visit the website to find the local tea party groups taking place in Camden.

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  57. Covent Garden Community Association

    The Covent Garden Community Association is the representative voice of the residents, the business community and working population of Covent Garden.

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  58. Covent Garden Open Spaces Association

    The Phoenix Garden is in the heart of London’s West End, situated behind the junction of Charing Cross Road and Shaftesbury Avenue. It is next to the Phoenix Theatre and is in close proximity to Centre Point and St.Giles-in-the-Fields parish church. The garden entrance is on St.Giles Passage.

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  59. Cricklewood Homeless Concern

    CHC is about supporting change, it is about offering opportunities for positive change.

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  60. Czechoslovak National House

    Cu;tural club

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  61. Dartmounth Park CAAC

    The Conservation Area Advisory Committees is a group made up of local residents and representatives of street, tenant and community associations. The Council consults the CAAC on planning applications that may affect the character or appearance of a conservation area, on the formulation of conservation and design policies and on its structure plans as these affect the area.

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  62. Dartmouth Park Road Residents Association

    Contact The Secretary. Concerned With The Local Environment, Traffic Management, Pollution, Tree Planting, Street Lighting And Crime Presvention. For Residents Of Dartmouth Park Road Only

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  63. Democratic Progress Institute

    We focus on providing expertise combining research and practicable approaches to broaden bases for wider public involvement in promoting peace and democracy building.

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  64. Dick Collins Hall (Also known as the Regents Park Residents Association Hall for Hire)

    Used as a social club for local tenants. Can be hired as a hall at certain times by arrangement but only by residents on the Regents Park and Crown Estates. To hire the hall call Migle Lowne on the number above.

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  65. Dragon Hall

    Covent Garden Dragon Hall Trust is a community facility in the heart of Covent Garden, serving the needs of local residents and the wider public.

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  66. Elders Voice

    Elders Voice works with over 2,000 older people across Brent each year and has been doing so since 1993. We provide practical, emotional and social opportunities to people ranging in age from 55 years to over 100.

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  67. Ethical Pup

    Reporting / Whistleblowing charity fighting against animal torture and neglect

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  68. Feeding Camden

    Feeding Camden is a community project set up to help the foodbanks in the London Borough of Camden cope with the growing demand from local residents who are unable to afford the food they and their families need.

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  69. Fitzrovia Community Centre

    The Fitzrovia Community Centre located on the ground floor and basement of John Astor House on Foley Street in the City of Westminster, just across the Camden borough boundary.

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  70. Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association

    Neighbourhood centre run by the local community, providing advice to local individuals (particularly on local housing, planning and welfare benefits), and providing resources and meeting space for locally based groups. Also provides services for older people. Publishes quarterly community newspaper, Fitzrovia News.

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  71. Fitzrovia Youth In Action

    Fitzrovia Youth in Action (FYA) is a community based youth action project that uses youth work, sports, and media to engage young people and support them in developing projects which benefit the community and improve relationships between people from different ethnic and age groups.

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  72. Fleet Community Centre

    Various activities including Bengali language, Arabic, ESOL sports. leet CC is located off Fleet Road (adjacent to Lawn Road). The centre caters for all ages, from babies to Older Peoples. We have a variety of social and educational programmes which cater for a wide range of groups. Programmes and sessions include Older Peoples Keep Fit, Young Peoples Club, Creche (Bumps to One, Songsters-Real Music for Kids), Iyengar Yoga, Dance class etc.

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  73. Fordwych Residents Association

    The Association represents the interests of people living on Fordwych Road and adjoining roads in the London borough of Camden, NW2/6.

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  74. Friends of Russell Square

    Friends are active within the community on behalf of its members to create activities within the square and ensure their security. Holds a gardening club and has 3 trips a year. Quarterly newsletter available from the cafe in the square. Participates in Open Squares Day. Works with Camden Council Parks and Open Spaces and associated groups.

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  75. Friends of Talacre Town Green

    Concerned with all matters related to the welfare, enhancement and safety of the park. A current objective of the Friends' group is to secure a water supply from a borehole at no cost to the council. Community events

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  76. Global Generation

    We use land-based activities and the metaphors of ecological and cosmic processes to support building community between each other and the natural world. We primarily work with local young people, businesses and families in King's Cross as well as at our campsite in Wiltshire. We combine activities such as supporting bees, carpentry, urban food growing, cooking, and eating together with dialogue, story, creative writing, silence and stillness. These practices help us to create the conditions for people to come together in a fuller and more connected sense of who they are and what they are a part of and from that space, to support them to practically contribute to ecological and social change.

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  77. GoodGym: Befriending Visits

    GoodGym is a registered charity operating in most London boroughs, operating in Camden since 2013. GoodGym runners are paired with isolated older people (60+) for a friendly weekly chat for about 30 minutes. We refer to the older people as 'Good Gym Coaches' as they become the runners motivation to go for a run to see them.

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  78. Hampstead Community Centre

    Centre hosting a variety of activities including after school playcentre and holiday playschemes for 5-12s, under 5s activities, over 60s activities, classes, support groups, counselling, outdoor provisions market, food market, events.

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  79. Hampstead Young Conservatives

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  80. Heath Hands

    Heath Hands is a volunteer organsiation created to help preserve the special character of Hampstead Heath and to give everyone who enjoys the Heath the opportunity to make a difference. Our volunteers work with City of London Corporation and English Heritage staff members on a variety of conservation and maintenance tasks, all over the Heath and Kenwood. There are work sessions throughout the week and at weekends, as well as special events and visits to other local open spaces.

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  81. Heath Street Baptist Church

    From our foundation in 1861 to the present day, our desire has been to see strangers transformed into a community, and neighbours working together to transform the world. Our community is founded on our common desire to love God, serve our neighbourhood, and follow Jesus Christ.

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  82. Henderson Court Day Centre

    Henderson Court is an Age UK Camden resource centre in Hampstead which offers a wide range of day opportunities for anyone who is 60 or over.

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  83. Highgate Society

    We are a voluntary organisation with over 1200 members. There are no paid staff, and the organisation is run by an elected Council who serve for 3 years and deal with different aspects of the Society’s activities.The Highgate Society’s reputation makes it the first port of call for anyone seeking to develop, conserve or interpret the quality and character of Highgate. It is a source of civic pride and people will know it for its independence of thought, challenging perspective and positive outlook. We will listen, advise, support and act on behalf of all residents across Highgate.

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  84. Holborn Neighbourhood Forum

    We are an emerging group aiming to apply for official designation and develop a Neighbourhood Plan for the Holborn area.

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  85. Ingestre Road Community Centre

    Ingestre provides facilities, services, support and learning opportunities for people from all backgrounds and abilities throughout the NW5 community area. Services include a good neighbour scheme, youth club, IT training (computers), karate and martial arts and Ingestre's halls are available to hire.

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  86. Irish Chaplaincy

    We are a leading and innovative charity that provides high quality services and support to excluded, vulnerable and isolated Irish emigrants in Britain.

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  87. Jeebon Bengali Healthy Living Consortium

    Promotes healthy living and healthy eating (including smoking cessation), organises indoor and outdoor exercise classes, and offers health training to community leaders.

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  88. Keats Community Library

    Keats Community Library ("KCL") is a volunteer-run registered charity at 10 Keats Grove, London NW3 operated by the community. In March 2012, KCL took over the then Heath Library from Camden Council who no longer provide any support.

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  89. Kentish Town Community Centre

    Kentish Town Community Centre has been open for over 12 years, providing activities, events, advice and support for the local community. We are an independent non-profit organisation working to improve health inequalities, reduce social isolation and financial insecurity for local residents. Services include an under 5's drop in, well being and fitness, advice and learning, social and creative activities, activities for parents and children, an older peoples project and a preschool.

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  90. KING’S CROSS BAPTIST CHURCH

    KCBC is a multi-cultural, multi-generational church, situated in the heart of London and seeking to live and proclaim the great news of Jesus to our city! Services include a Drop In which runs every Tuesday and Wednesday and is aimed at those going through a rough time. At these Drop Ins, people are offered food, get the chance to chat to others and can play some ping pong or read the newspaper. Please see the website for details on the times of these drop ins. KCBC run a Sunday Service and run Cafe Eden, where people can meet over a cup of coffee or a bite to eat.

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  91. Kings Cross Chinese Group

    Informal group for Chinese people, arts & crafts, outings, homework club for children

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  92. Kings Cross Community Projects

    We aim to bring additional value to existing community groups in King’s Cross, helping to build capacity and increase sustainability by providing a range of free services. We also host projects for unincorporated groups – if you live locally and have a project that you want to run, we can help. Most of the work we do stays well in the background, it’s about being a support to community activity. We also run our own projects, currently we are creating an innovative green sculpture on the King’s Cross one-way system and we are mapping community groups in the area.

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  93. Kingsgate Community Association

    It was initially set up in 1982 by a group of local people who wished to establish a community centre in what was then a derelict building, in a common effort to provide low-cost activities to people who would not otherwise be able to access them.

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  94. Kingsgate Resource Centre

    Camden Council resource centre for older people offering a range of services and activities. Sessions/classes include UK Online computer courses, stroke survivor support service, seated exercise, tai chi, keep fit, singing, art, crafts and nailcutting service. Full disabled access.

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  95. Kingsley Organisation

    The Kingsley Organisation supports disabled people towards the pursuit of their ambitions by valuing each person as an individual and recognising the power of opportunity and choice.

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  96. London Irish Centre

    The London Irish Centre (LIC) is the heart of the Irish community in London. The LIC is both a Registered Charity and an Irish community centre in Camden Square, London NW1. For sixty years, The LIC has been both supporting Irish people in London and promoting Irish arts and culture. Our welfare service is the largest for Irish people outside of Ireland. Each year we work with thousands of people to improve their housing, income, access to health, and social inclusion opportunities. This service works to meet the diverse needs of the large Irish community in London.

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  97. Ludham and Waxham Tenants and Residents Association Tenants Hall for Hire

    Tenants hall for hire (capacity 30-40). Small kitchen with small electric cooker, fridge, tea urn and kettle. Tables and chairs available. Disabled toilet, washroom and ramp. Facilities available for hire 7 days a week 8am-11pm.

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  98. Maiden Lane Community Centre

    Maiden Lane is a vibrant community centre in Camden. The Centre provides services and activities for everyone in our community, catering for a wide range of interests and age groups. Services include a preschool, playcentre, foodbank, an adults programme and youth club. Maiden Lane hires out rooms to organisations in Camden and holds various events throughout the year such as Camden Newtown Community Festival, a jobs and training Fair MLCC hold twice a year so people can find out about the latest jobs and training opportunities. Visit the above website for information on other events.

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  99. Maitland Park Tenants and Residents Association Hall for Hire

    Tenants' hall for hire with capacity of 100 people. Cooker, microwave, fridges, urn and electric kettle. Bar facilities available for parties but no licence to sell alcohol. Facilities available for hire Fri-Sat until 11pm.

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  100. Mansfield Road Tra

    Council tenants' association. Next AGM due Feb 2013. Affiliated to Gospel Oak District Management Committee. (Last registered with the Camden Council Tenant and Leaseholder Engagement Team, 21 Feb 2012).

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  101. Marchmont Association

    The Marchmont Association unites local residents and businesses in a simple cause - to improve the local area for the benefit of all.

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  102. Millman Street Community Centre (Part of Holborn Community Association)

    Our older peoples activities are open to anyone over 55 in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Ours is an integrated programme for people with or without support needs. There are a broad range of activities for all abilities and interests and many are suitable for people with support needs including mild/moderate dementia and physical or sensory disabilities. People come to Millman Street Community Centre for specific activities or for whole or half days. Millman Street also run a befriending scheme.

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  103. NCI Foundations Charity

    We are a registered charity setup to help the local and international community at large and help the less privileged. Another one of our main targets is within the local community and with the local borough in London at large by collaborating or setting up projects to help the unemployed, help to improve the household income and help keep a viable community. We also aim to help unemployed women back into employment and support mothers who need more awareness of avenues of support within the community.

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  104. North London Cares

    North London Cares is a community network of young professionals and older neighbours offering one another a little extra time, practical help, social connection and human companionship.

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  105. Ofe Broadhurst Gardens Tenants And Residents Association

    Unregistered Serves 0-50 People 8 Members Member Of Fed.tenants And Residents Keep In Contact Via Email Donot Give Out Mailing Details

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  106. Only Connect UK

    Only Connect is London’s creative criminal justice charity, rooted in community. Our vision is a more connected, human and just society, where we all choose a crime free life. The focus of our work is innovation to reduce re-offending. We work with Londoners aged 16+ with recent experience of the justice system, equipping them with the necessary skills, attributes and positive networks to develop and pursue their life goals without harm.

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  107. Our Group - Your Group

    We are a group of parents with learning difficulties who fight for our rights and children's rights to be a part of society. We run our groups every Wednesday from 12 - 2:30 PM. We talk about problems that people might have with their families and support them to move in the right direction or refer them to other helpful services.

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  108. Primrose Hill Community Centre

    Primrose Hill Community Association (PHCA) has existed for around 40 years and is based in the Community Centre in Hopkinson’s Place. We run events, activities, classes and workshops, with the community centre being fully utilised during the week and weekends with activities for all ages. We have two halls for hire for one-off or regular events, children’s birthday parties and other social events.

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  109. Primrose Hill Neighbours Help

    Primrose Hill Neighbours Help (PHN Help) is a small community organisation which helps local older people with the support of local volunteers. We provide visiting befrienders to isolated older women and men; and offer a neighbourhood information service for local people seeking help with practical problems.

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  110. Priory Hall

    Whatever the event you want to celebrate we are here to help you create memories that will last and to offer you a personal service that is cost effective and all that you might want. We work with a team of professional and experienced people who know just how to make your dream a reality and to give you a day to remember.

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  111. Queens Crescent Community Centre

    Queen's Crescent Community Association is a community based organisation which aims to improve the local community quality of life through community based projects. It is a registered charity, which caters for all residents in Camden, especially those living in Gospel Oak, Haverstock, Maitland Park and the Hampstead area.

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  112. Real Resources ( Operates out of Kingsgate, Abbey and Sidings Community Centre's)

    Aims to provide shared resources and community development opportunities for the area. Supports neighbourhood renewal and regeneration initiatives and provides support for the community sector. Real Resources is a partnership formed by three community centres, Kingsgate, Abbey and Sidings Community Centre's which operate in Kilburn and West Hampstead.

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  113. Refugee Community Kitchen

    Feeds homeless and displaced people in London and northern France. Refugee Community Kitchens Outreach Centre is outside Camden Underground Station on a Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from 7.30pm - 9.00pm.

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  114. Rhythms of Life International

    Provide food, clothing & personal hygiene supplies to London’s rough-sleepers every day. Support rough-sleepers to reintegrate into their local communities and prevent anyone relapsing into homelessness. Offer dignity, autonomy and opportunity to rough-sleepers through free classes in literacy, numeracy, and employability skills.

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  115. Saint Pancras Community Association

    St Pancras Community Association (SPCA) is a local charity that promotes community activity in London's busy St Pancras and Somers Town area. We bring local community groups together and coordinate shared activities, sports facilities and premises that can be used for meeting rooms and offices. We run activities ranging from childcare for children to soup groups and singing for people over 60. Facilities can be hired commercially or at well below commercial rates for activities that serve the local community. We welcome new activities so if you have a project in mind get in touch!

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  116. Seven Dials Club

    We provide regular activities and events for local residents and those who work and study in Covent Garden. The Seven Dials Club has a members’ bar & book exchange. Space to sit and meet other people.

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  117. Sidings Community Centre

    Sidings Community Centre provides a range of services and opportunities, primarily but not exclusively, for local people living in the geographical neighbourhood of North Kilburn, West Hampstead and South Cricklewood. It provides services for all sections of the commmunity, particularly those from disadvantaged sections of the commmunity.

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  118. Somali Community Centre

    Information, advice, advocacy and outreach services to the Somali speaking community in Camden and surrounding areas.

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  119. Somali Community Development Trust

    The Somali Community Development Trust (SCDT) was established in 2002 and registered as a charity and a company limited by guarantee in 2004. The aim of our organisation is to provide help and support to the Somali community, in particular those in our community who are vulnerable.

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  120. Somali Organisation Change 4 Life

    Extra curriculum classes

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  121. Somali Supplementary Schools

    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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  122. Somers Town Community Assocation

    Somers Town Community Association offer a wide range of activities and services that cater for children, young people and adults from the whole community. Services include their Youth Club for young people where they can learn to make a film or learn the art of boxing and their Nursery which is open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. For more information on these services, please visit their website.

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  123. Ssafa

    SSAFA forces help

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  124. Street Kitchen - Kings Cross/Camden/Kentish Town

    Offers vegetarian meals from 12.00-1.00 pm in Caversham rd & High st, Kentish Town and from 1-1.45 pm in Arlington rd / Inverness st, Camden Town and from 2 -2.30 pm in York Way, Kings Cross. Please see website for more details on the days these run and for more details on other soup kitchens in Camden.

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  125. Sunshine Day Nursery (previously known as Kuumba Holiday Playscheme)

    The Sunshine Day Nursery provides a stimulating child care environment, developed to meet the individual needs of parents as well as their children. The Sunshine Day Nursery is dedicated to ensuring that every child achieves to their fullest potential. At Sunshine Day Nursery we pride ourselves on our ability to deliver a high level of early year’s childcare and education to all our children. Our nursery environment will focus on encouraging children’s independence and choice, to support their learning. We encourage exploration, investigation and enjoyment through freedom of choice, child centred activities and adult support and interaction.

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  126. Swiss Cottage Community Centre

    Swiss Cottage Community Centre provides facilities for recreation and leisure-time activities with the aim of maintaining and improving the conditions of life for the residents of Swiss Cottage.

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  127. The Augustana Centre

    The Augustana Centre is an attractive suite of rooms in the award-winning buildings of the International Lutheran Student Centre - a hall of residence for postgraduate students from all corners of the world. The buildings are a joint mission of the Council of Lutheran Churches and St Mary's German Lutheran Church. Ideally situated in Bloomsbury, the heart of London and close to extensive public transport links, both mainline and underground stations. Competitive charges: Our competitive charges and services are described in detail on the charges page. Opening hours: All rooms are available to hire from Monday to Friday during the day.

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  128. The Community Support Project, Greater London

    Provide information, guidance, signposting and referals of clients especially refugees and asylum seekers and all those facing language barriers and hardship in areas of welfare benefits, housing, employment, health and education. Provide escort, leisure time occupation, interpreting and translation services on behalf of clients. Operates in Barnet, Haringey, Camden and Islington.

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  129. The Ingestre Road Good Neighbour Scheme

    Workers and volunteers support older people in their homes. Clients are encouraged to ask for help and support over any concern. Offers befriending, advocacy, escorting and support on visits to doctors etc; help with practical tasks such as gardening, window cleaning, form filling, etc. Exercise class and a programme of day trips and other activities. Volunteers always needed.

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  130. The Salvation Army

    The Salvation Army extends a helping hand to those who are homeless, friendless and in need. We passionately believe that no one is beyond hope, however great their problems. That disadvantaged people are given respect and access to the practical, social and spiritual support they need to realise their God-given potential and recover their personal dignity.

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  131. The St Pancras and Somers Town Living Centre

    The St Pancras and Somers Town Living Centre is a community centre offering health and wellbeing services to the St Pancras and Somers Town Community, where local people help to co-design, deliver and use projects that tackle their own health, wellbeing, economic and social issues.

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  132. The Thanet Youth Club & Community Centre

    The Thanet Youth and Community Centre (Known as 'The Thanet') is a registered charity and a limited company situated in the borough of Camden, London and has been operating for more than 63 years. 'The Thanet' is the home and beginning of many community based projects while also facilitating the resources and space for professional productions/groups to rehearse and perform.

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  133. Third Age Project

    The Third Age Project was established twelve years ago in January 1997 to serve the needs of 1 in 4 of the local population who are over 60 years of age. We run activities and services from several venues in the West Euston area.

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  134. Upper Laurier Road Residents Group

    Concerned With Traffic, Parking And Other Issues Affecting Upper Laurier Road (east Of York Rise)

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  135. Urban Forum

    Urban Forum is an independent, national membership charity that supports communities in having a better say over the decisions affecting them. We work with and through our members to influence government policy and support them to have a stronger community influence on decision-making in their areas. We receive no funding from government to support our work, which helps us maintain our independence and objectivity.

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  136. West Euston Time Bank

    A time bank is a way for people to share skills with others in their local community and be rewarded for it – in time. For every hour of time you give providing a service for another participant, you receive one credit.

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  137. West Hampstead Local Consultation Group

    Represents residents and small traders all over West Hampstead. Aims to keep the community informed on the integration of railway stations at West Hampstead.

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  138. Women at the Well

    Women@theWell envisions a society in which all women are empowered to achieve their full potential free from discrimination, abuse and neglect.

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