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Remark! Living

Remark Living provides specialist care and support to deaf people to enable them to live as independently as possible. Our support workers are trained in Bristish Sign Language (BSL), have an understanding of the condition, and how best to communicate with our clients. Our services…
18 Leather LaneLondonEC1N 7SU

Revolving Doors Agency

Revolving Doors is a national charity that seeks to improve services for people with multiple problems (often referred to as “multiple needs”) who find themselves repeatedly in trouble with the police and criminal justice system. We work in partnership with the police and the health, housing, probation and social…
4th Floor, 291-299 Borough High StreetLondonSE1 1JG

Say Something

'Say Something' is a free, 24/7, anonymous helpline for young people to discuss and report child sexual exploitation (CSE). It aims to safeguard vulnerable children and young people by empowering them, through awareness and education, to identify early indicators of CSE and to report concerns for…

St Luke’s Social Sundays

Sunday 11am-3pm
St Luke’s Community Centre serves up a traditional Sunday brunch from 11am to 3pm every Sunday. We invite members of the community to come and enjoy a delicious meal, get involved in activities, games and entertainment, and spend a friendly, relaxed afternoon with your neighbours. Vegetarian and…
90 Central StreetLondonEC1V 8AJ

Stonewall Housing

Stonewall Housing is the specialist lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) housing advice and support provider in England. It provides: Housing support for LGBT people in their own homes Supported housing for young LGBT people Confidential housing advice for LGBT people of all ages
2A Leroy House436 Essex RoadLondonN1 3QP

The Stuart Low Trust

The Stuart Low Trust, a health promotion charity, provides social environments where people can make friends and feel part of a wider community. We run a variety of activities to help improve people’s wellbeing, especially those experiencing social isolation, phyical health problems or mental distress.…
Office 3, Claremont24-27 White Lion StreetLondonN1 9PD

Taxicard

The Taxicard scheme gives London residents with serious permanent mobility problems or severe sight impairment subsidised rides in licensed black taxis and private hire vehicles. It enables people who have difficulty using public transport to get out and about. Taxicard users can travel when and…
59½ Southwark StreetLondonSE1 0AL

Tower of London

Summer: 1 March - 31 October. Tuesday to Saturday 9am-5.30pm; Sunday and Monday 10am-5.30pm; Last admission 5pm. Winter: 1 November - 28 February. Tuesday to Saturday 9am-4.30pm; Sunday and Monday 10am-4.30pm; Last admission 4pm. Closed 24-26 December and 1 January.
Established by William Conqueror in 1066 to keep hostile Londoners at bay, and added to by monarchs over the centuries, this medieval fortress has been a royal palace, protector of the Crown Jewels and prison. We accept Time Credits. One admission to the Tower cost…
Tower of LondonLondonEC3N 4AB

The Tutor Pages

The Tutor Pages is an independent online publication providing useful information and advice on all aspects of the UK private tuition industry. It includes thousands of expert articles written by tutors, as well as a directory of private tutors in the London area. It has…
EC1V 1BE

Welfare Benefits

The City of London Benefits Section assesses entitlement to the Housing Benefit and Council Tax Reduction Scheme for residents of the City of London. For more information please see the City of London Benefits Section page of the Directory.
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