Free Food Collection Hub

During this lockdown, the Clockhouse Community Centre are running a FREE FOOD COLLECTION HUB for those in the local population who are socially isolated and vulnerable.   If you need to collect a food parcel, feel free to contact – Julia on 07960 755191 / julia@hercentre.org or The Clockhouse Community Centre at 020 88557188 /…

Take a breath for yourself during lockdown!

Navigating My Sea – Breathing with Rosemary: The National Maritime Museum in partnership with the Her Centre is offering a Free Online Course of 6 sessions. Their therapeutic practitioner Rosemary will guide you through the session in a caring and nurturing way creating a safe space for you. Dates & Times: Wednesdays 2021 20th January:…

Our Newsletters

Our Winter Newsletter 2020 If you would like to subscribe or unsubscribe from receiving the newsletter, please contact Reshma on: reshma@hercentre.org By signing up for our newsletter you’ll receive updates on our services, training, fundraising, and invitations to our events as well as being kept up to date with the work we are doing locally.…

Donations during Lock Down to Her Centre

It was a challenging time for some of our clients due to the recent coronavirus pandemic that made it extremely difficult and, in some cases, impossible for the majority of them to access or provide food and necessities for themselves and their families.  As a charitable organisation that supports these women, we put a call…

I Am Not Your Negro!

I Am Not Your Negro is a 2016 documentary film directed by Raoul Peck, based on James Baldwin‘s unfinished manuscript Remember This House. The film explores the history of racism in the United States. The memoir recounts the lives of his close friends and civil rights leaders Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., and Medgar Evers. I Am Not Your Negro! (Click Here to…