Feltham Community Development Association

Feltham Community Development Association

At a glance


  • Children / families
  • Local / community
  • Young people

Other details

Geographical remit: 


The main objective of the FCDA is to encourage interaction and reduce social and economic disparities in the Feltham West Ward community, further benefiting whenever possible the residents of neighbouring wards Bedfont, Feltham North, Hanworth and Hanworth Park.

The Association is committed primarily to working in partnership with residents, local authorities, voluntary and other relevant organisations in a common effort to support the priority needs of disadvantaged and vulnerable children and young people in the local community. FCDA will aim to run a sustainable and thriving community Centre open to all local residents.

Our objectives:

  • To improve engagement with ante-natal provision by young mums

  • Provide services which tackle the high levels of childhood obesity & the growing decline of childhood physical activity

  • Provide knowledge and signpost to services to reduce the rates of dental intervention in the under-fives

  • Improve under-fives school readiness

  • Support children and young people with mental health problems 

  • Provide services for children and young people engaged in risk taking, substance misuse and suffering poor sexual health

  • Support the behavioural and educational needs of young people who become marginalised and excluded from mainstream education

  • the poor educational outcomes of high risks groups of young people in care, young carers and those with learning difficulties and special

  • education needs

  • -  the high numbers of young people engaged in anti-social behaviour

    and crime

  • -  young people not in education, employment or training (NEETs) 



Services we offer: 

  • Young Mum’s Ante-natal Group in partnership with Midwives from West Middlesex University Hospital to improve ante-natal and birth outcomes. 
  • A Stay & Play for parents and under-fives and family fitness sessions. 
  • For the 7-12 year olds FCDA has a youth club and a year round programme of holiday activities and outings.
  • The Centre works in partnership with Feltham Arts Association to offer an adult and junior arts provision. 
  • FCDA works to implement creative solutions for disadvantaged and vulnerable young people and in 2016 started the Young & Creative Project which targets marginalised teenagers through arts. 


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