Myatt’s Fields Park in south London is one of the smallest parks in the city. But you wouldn’t know it from the diversity of activity taking place.
When a mother’s 13-year-old son was turned away by local football clubs, she decided to take matters into her own hands and set one up herself.
Last year, like a lot of community businesses, Upper Norwood Library Trust found itself facing a big problem. It had built all its services around its community hub. Now, suddenly, all those services had to move online.
Making London’s South Bank a better place to live, work, visit and study
Sowing & growing in one of London’s most deprived neighbourhoods
London’s last working windmill, now its newest education and community space
A Grade I listed church that has been brought back to life with a new cultural centre and café extension
A food growing hub in the heart of North London promoting education and enterprise
A 100-year-old community owned library launching a network for their peers
A community minibus service increasing employability and alleviating poverty
A community-driven visual arts hub, promoting well-being and enterprise
A community café, shop and exhibition space in Lewisham
Saving and evolving The Joiners Arms to become London’s first late-licence LGBTQI community-run pub
Integrating health and wellbeing services into a vibrant community hub
Training, education and employment for young people in Tower Hamlets
Dynamic social hub made possible by a dedicated and diverse community
A community-led housing development providing affordable homes, promoting health & wellbeing, creating a green neighbourhood
Providing affordable workspace, enterprise support and training