Find out about all of the Bromley by Bow Centre news, events and updates.
Fun Palaces celebrate community at the heart of culture, and culture at the heart of community. They are local events that happen all over the world, on the same weekend, bringing together arts, craft, science and sports activities. Led by local people, for local people, Fun Palaces are all about sharing individual passions and skills.
Bromley by Bow Centre Trustee, Simon Bevan is taking on an extreme challenge to fundraise on behalf of the Centre: he will be running 200 kilometres in hostile conditions on the African Island nation of San Tome which is closest to the equator.
Back in 2015, the Bromley by Bow Centre partnered with Macmillan Cancer Support to pilot the delivery of community based holistic cancer support. This pilot is now drawing to a close, we are excited to share our new evaluation of the service to ensure future services are designed to best support people affected by cancer.
The Bromley by Bow Centre held a special event to mark today’s Professional Care Workers Day. It was held to celebrate and say thank you to the Centre’s social care team and to previous members of staff who were invited to attend.
Following the success of our first community feast in May, our Health Champions came back for a second time to feed the community once again.
In July, we celebrated our 35th anniversary by inviting members of our community to a lunch, and to share their stories of transformation.
On June 9th, our Head of Operations, Catherine Tollington, and Kate Coules in the Employment and Skills team, paddled 30 kilometres in the annual Vogalonga race in Venice as part of a Dragon Boat Team, The Wave Walkers.
Our 3rd Eid party, hosted by the EastXchange team, brought together 70 people across our 5 locations.