Loughborough Community Centre

Loughborough Community Centre

At a glance


  • Black, asian and minority ethnic groups
  • Children / families
  • Education
  • Gardens and parks
  • Local / community
  • Poverty relief
  • Young people

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Loughborough Community Centre (LCC) was established in 1981 by residents of the Loughborough Estate in Brixton, London. In response to the Brixton Riots and the high levels of poverty in the area. Community cohesion is at the heart of what we do. LCC exist for the benefit of the community around Max Roach Centre. This includes residents within four large housing estates in Lambeth (Loughborough, Morlands, Stockwell Park & Angell Town). In particular people that are affected by poverty, distress and ill health. Through the delivery of activities that will increase opportunities and improve outcomes in health, education and recreational provision. In the interest of bringing the community together for their social welfare and the key objective of improving life for local people.



Our current activities include: Preschool for children 2 -5 years, Holiday Play Project for children 0 -13 years, a range of community engagement activities for the benefit of improving outcomes for children and their families. 

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