Croydon's Community Hubs
Community Hubs, set up in each of Croydon’s six localities, will provide more local and accessible pathways for people into social support networks, community-led activities and specialist voluntary and statutory services. They are located in existing Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) venues that are known and accessible to local residents and are open regularly on a set day and time.
Residents are encouraged to ‘drop-in’ to Community Hubs as part of the early intervention, preventative approach being used across the localities.
Residents are offered the opportunity to speak to different members of the Community Hub team to establish a person’s talents, strengths and what and who is important to them as well as exploring the person’s community connections. Residents are supported to identify their own outcomes and Action Plans are developed to achieve these outcomes.
Over time, further Community Hubs will be set up in each of the localities so that the different communities within the locality, each with their own unique characteristics, will be more effectively served by a Hub that is even ‘closer to home’.
Brigstock Road Community Hub
(Every Mondays between 10am-1pm)
83 Brigstock Road
We are based in the heart of Thornton Heath, at Age UK Croydon, Scratchley Hall, opposite Thornton Heath library. Drop-in to see one of our team, which includes staff from the Croydon Council Housing team, Age UK and the DWP, for support and information for yourself or family & friends. This is a confidential service, where you can come along to take part in informative sessions, get some support or simply to have a cup of tea and a chat.
Other Community Hubs
New Addington Pathfinders Community Hub
Wednesdays between 10.30am -1.30pm
120 Central Parade