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Art4Space

Art4Space is a non-profit social enterprise located in Stockwell, London. We put visual art at the centre of everything we do, and connect and enhance communities and inspire individuals through creativity. We offer a wide range of different services for a wide age range; children to adults. Our services often involve mosaic or other art forms and focuses often […]

Posted on: 26th April 2021

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Run Talk Run

Run Talk Run says it exists to make both running and mental health support less intimidating, and more accessible Run Talk Run is a weekly 5km gentle jog. Before every run there is a window of time to meet the other runners and say hello to the run leader. It’s alright if you’re a little anxious and quiet […]

Posted on: 5th June 2020

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Sporting Recovery

Sporting Recovery say that their innovative community-based exercise program is focused on people who are ‘marginal, high risk and hard to reach’ who often have concerning co-morbidity problems e.g. illicit drug and substance misuse, a diagnosis of mental health and/or offending behaviour. These adults have difficulties accessing, trusting and re-engaging with traditional services. They run […]

Posted on: 5th June 2020

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Brockwell Park – Therapeutic Gardening

Brockwell Park Community Garden is a large community garden in the middle of Brockwell Park between the tennis courts and the walled garden. On Fridays people with mental health issues are  invited to join in with the gardening activities.  They grow fruit and vegetables and have a greenhouse.  A friend or relative can accompany you.  […]

Posted on: 26th February 2020

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Wellness Centre – Sporting Recovery

The Wellness Centre encourages people who have or are experiencing mental distress to adopt a healthier lifestyle.  Sporting Recovery is an exercise programme for people aged 18+ and in need of support and encouragement to become more socially and physically active. Sporting Recovery’s programme promotes structure and social interaction in people’s daily lives by integrating […]

Posted on: 26th February 2020

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Brixton Tate Library

Free use of computers: For internet, email and word-processing Reference Library: Encyclopedias, directories, maps, newspapers and magazines, council leaflets, government publications and books for study Foreign language books: Bengali, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Pashto, Russian, Somali and Spanish. Books for Sale: Lending books now on sale 50p or 3 for £1 and Reference […]

Posted on: 19th February 2020

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Brixton Pound Cafe

Brixton Pound Café is a pay-what-you-can community café using surplus produce to create a delicious, affordable veggie and vegan menu for everyone regardless of situation. The Brixton Pound Café provides a relaxed and inclusive environment for locals who want an alternative to expensive, less inviting establishments in the area. Serving tea and coffee with dairy […]

Posted on: 19th February 2020

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Black Prince Community Trust

The Black Prince Community Trust (BPT) has considerable sports facilities – an athletics track, football pitches, outdoor multi sports area, a boxing gym and basketball courts.  The Trust has a Healthcare strategy and two of the dedicated social outcomes are healthcare related, Health & Fitness and Mental Health. Two of their key strands of healthcare […]

Posted on: 19th February 2020

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Community Opportunities Information Network

The Community Information Network provide information about local opportunities in employment, education, leisure, arts, sports and volunteering. They meet with every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month between 11am and 1pm at Beale House in Stockwell. You can also phone any day on 020 3228 6820 for information or e-mail [email protected] Do you know […]

Posted on: 11th February 2020

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BeeUrban

BeeUrban is a honeybee-centric social enterprise based in Kennington, South London, which aims to positively influence the urban environment through supporting local people and promoting positive, ecologically sound practice around urban greening, building, farming and particularly bee-keeping. It’s not just about bees, people are equally important to Bee Urban. We are here to work with […]

Posted on: 11th February 2020

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