St Luke's Community Centre
Community Warm Space Offer: Drop-in, refreshments, dining room, study room (in the evenings) and wrap-around support. Monday-Sunday: 9am-7pm
Run by St Luke's Trust, this large, modern centre offers a range of activities to promote the health and quality of life of local people of all ages. Activities include dancing, art, keep fit, singing, table tennis, sewing, upcycling, gardening and much more. There is also snooker, bingo, cards, darts and an online centre with free use of computers and WiFi (Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm). We hire out our spaces for community groups too.
St Luke’s Wellbeing Centre runs food collection by appointment for households experiencing hardship within our area of benefit. Collections accepted by partnership agencies supporting families. For those experiencing loss of income due to Covid 19, awaiting Universal Credit with no recourse to public funds.
Our over 55s Lunch Club runs daily at the Centre, 12-2pm Monday-Friday. Three course subsidised meal, freshly cooked every day by our catering team. For those with mobility issues we have a minibus to transport people to and from the Centre, and the Centre is accessible for all with strict Covid-19 protocols in place.
We run a range of after school kids clubs during term-time, where kids can enjoy cookery, table tennis, dancing and arts/crafts. These are all free of charge. We also run holiday clubs where possible for local youngsters.
Job Club every Tuesday in the Centre or online (dependent on volunteers). This includes help with interview skills, CVs, confidence etc. To make an appointment contact the St Luke’s Business Engagement Team, 020 7549 8178/79, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our PC Pals one-to-one support programme is running at the Centre for those needing help with technology and specific devices. Contact the Business Engagement team to register for a place.
Our over 55s’ team support vulnerable residents with a range of practical support like delivering shopping, prescriptions and medical appointments etc.
There’s lots on offer at St Luke’s, and you can become a lifelong member for just £5 if you live in our area of benefit (check our website for details).
For more details on any of the above please visit our website or call our helpline Monday-Friday 9am-5pm on 020 7549 8181 or email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Who to contact
- 020 7549 8181 020 7549 8181
- St Luke's Community Centre
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- St Luke's Community Centre
90, Central Street
- EC1V 8AJ
Time / date details
- Opening times/date
- Open Monday to Friday from 9am to 9pm, depending on activities and Saturday mornings.
- Can I refer myself?
- Referral not required
- Other notes
St Luke's also delivers services to the wider community including advice services (currently careers, job search, debt management, housing, and legal), an On Line centre, training and employment support, gardening on estates, arts and cultural events, a community cafe and volunteering opportunities in particular St Luke's Time Bank.