QCCA Children's Services - Peggy Jay Centre

QCCA Children's Services - Peggy Jay Centre

At a glance


  • Arts
  • Children / families
  • Voluntary sector support

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The Association [QCCA] was formed in 1999 to take over the operation of the Queen’s Crescent Community Centre, formally known as the Allcroft Centre, which had been closed for many years. Local residents formed the Association, as the area was in real need of community facilities.  The main source of funding in the beginning was the London Borough of Camden’s Voluntary Sector Unit.


Queens Crescent Community Association -Peggy Jay Centre

Ten O’Clock Club

Bring the kids down to PJC for a fun filled morning. Indoor activities include painting, singing & music, baby corner with soft toys and group activities. Outdoor activities include sand and water play, scooters & bikes, adventure play and discovery.

  • Monday to Friday, 10.00am to 12.00pm
  • Age group 0 – 5
  • Parents and guardians free entry

*QCCA is a registered charity and we receive no funding to operate the Ten O’Clock Club.  We aim to keep the admission charge at a minimum, to cover our staffing costs and overheads, enabling us to keep providing you a great service.

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