As consensus builds around the importance of investing in local communities to tackle health and social inequalities, Power to Change tells the story of the Bromley by Bow Centre and our respected community-first approach in two published reports.
The first report; Backing our Neighbourhoods: making levelling up work by putting communities in the lead is a report that covers:
- The role community organisations like the Centre can play in levelling up
- The policy change needed to harness of the power of community-led social infrastructure for levelling up
- Recommendations: A neighbourhood strategy for levelling up
We are featured in the report (Page 25) along with a number of other best-practice community projects from around the country. Read more.
Read about how one of our projects, Communities Driving Change, embodies local community development; driven by and for local people to create a lasting legacy.
You can also read about the Centre in another 2021 report from Power to Change, Building our social infrastructure: why levelling up means creating a more socially connected Britain.
Unity Works Cafe
Situated at the heart of the Bromley by Bow Centre with a panoramic view over Bob’s park, the Unity Works Cafe is a great place to meet friends or enjoy some time to yourself.
Making ideas a reality
Earlier this year Investec Beyond Business invited east London entrepreneurs to apply for funding to launch their social enterprise and they were not disappointed with the applications.
New Covid transmission research published
The Chair of the Bromley by Bow Centre, Ajit Lalvani, co-leads a team who have recently published important scientific research into Covid-19 transmission at home.
Sing with Amal
Hear Bromley by Bow Centre staff and the National Theatre choir sing a moving welcome to Little Amal when she passed through London, highlighting the plight of refugees.