Black Cultural Archives

Black Cultural Archives is the home of Black British History. We use our mission to collect, preserve and celebrate the histories of people of African and Caribbean descent in the UK and to inspire and give strength to individuals, communities and society. At our HQ we run a series of gallery exhibitions, educational programmes and […]

Posted on: 15th July 2022

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Community Opportunities Information Network – COIN

The Community Information Network is an excellent resource for finding information about local employment, education, leisure, arts, sports, and volunteering opportunities. The drop-in is every Thursday between 12- 2 pm.  

Posted on: 11th February 2020

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Mind: Bereavement Support

Most of us will, at some time or another, experience bereavement.  Different studies describe the stages of the grief cycle in slightly different ways, but the most common stages are: Denial – feelings of shock, disbelief, panic or confusion are common here. “How could this happen?”, “It can’t be true”. Anger – blaming yourself, blaming […]

Posted on: 4th February 2020

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Anxiety UK – Emetophobia

Emetophobia is a phobia that causes overwhelming intense anxiety pertaining to vomiting.  This specific phobia can also include subcategories of what causes the anxiety, including a fear of vomiting in public, a fear of seeing vomit, a fear of watching the action of vomiting or fear of being nauseated.  It is a condition that is […]

Posted on: 1st October 2019

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AccessAble (formerly DisabledGo)

The AccessAble guide gives disabled residents, their carers and visitors the ability to check which venues have suitable facilities – giving them more choices about what they want to do and where they want to go. On the website you’ll find detailed access information to thousands of venues across the UK and the Republic of […]

Posted on: 7th May 2019

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The Peace Centre

The Peace Centre was set up to provide support for anyone who has been affected by the Northern Ireland Troubles or who supports someone who has been affected.  It can help them to engage with appropriate support services and can access funding for individuals for: psychological interventions trauma focussed physical activities disability aids reducing social […]

Posted on: 30th April 2019

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SignHealth is a charity dedicated to making sure Deaf people get the same sort of access as hearing people to healthcare and health information. DeafHope and Young DeafHope are part of the charity SignHealth. They provide a sign-language based service to help deaf women, and their children, who suffer from domestic violence and abuse.  Deaf […]

Posted on: 5th December 2017

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Community Clubs for Sport – Lambeth & Southwark

Disability Sports Coach provide high-quality sporting opportunities for people with disabilities throughout the UK.  DSC Community Clubs are fun, accessible clubs that provide Paralympic and multi-sports for disabled people aged 8 and over. Specialist taster sessions also take place in the club from time to time including boxing, dance, golf and more. The members love […]

Posted on: 29th September 2015

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Mind (The National Association for Mental Health)

Mind provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. Supports around 200 local, independent affiliated Mind associations across the UK. Organises campaigns, conferences and training courses. Provides an extensive range of books, leaflets, reports, factsheets and other publications available. Publishes a quarterly Mind […]

Posted on: 2nd February 2012

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CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)

THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST LIVING MISERABLY, or CALM, is a leading movement campaigning against male suicide in the UK. They run a free and confidential helpline and webchat (open 5pm-midnight, 7 days a week, 365 days a year) for anyone in the UK who is down or wants to talk about life’s problems, regardless of age, […]

Posted on: 10th January 2012

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