London Welcome Project

London Welcome Project

At a glance


  • Black, asian and minority ethnic groups
  • Refugees / migrants
  • Social care

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The London Welcome Project is a non-profit, member-driven social centre for asylum seekers, refugees, and migrants, as well as members of the local community. We operate a social centre in South London every Sunday, offering tea and coffee, a hot meal, and a range of indoor and outdoor activities for children, young people, families and adults, including a Bike Project and informal English practice, as well as regular partnership events. We aim to provide our visitors, many of whom are marginalised and vulnerable, with a safe, welcoming space where they can relax, make friends, and make meaningful links with the local community; this is especially important on Sundays, when many other services close. We are entirely volunteer-run.


We provide a welcoming, safe space every Sunday, including coffee, tea, social activities, and a hot meal. We offer bicycles, bicycle maintenance, and cycle proficiency to facilitate freedom of movement; arts activities; informal English classes; social activities; and signposting. 

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