This year the Bromley by Bow Centre turns 35 and to mark the occasion we’re holding a series of events and activities that celebrate our stories of transformation.
For the second year, Bromley by Bow Centre staff and visitors are proud to join the National Theatre for a production of Shakespeare’s As You Like It at Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch.
Our recent community research, commissioned by Public Health England, aimed to find out what local people value in their life and make sure what we do has real benefit.
Last Thursday, fellows from the postgraduate course Year Here staged an impromptu event at the Bromley by Bow Centre to draw attention to the dangerously high levels of air pollution in the borough.
Mind the Dash is a powerful new film made by a group of people about their experiences of living with and beyond cancer. It is an intimate story that is a tribute to the power of collaborative film making.
Bidding is now open for our 2019 silent auction. There’s luxury holidays, priceless football memorabilia, restaurant experiences and even a safari to choose from!
On Tuesday 30th October, if you had walked in to the Church space at the Bromley by Bow Centre you would have been greeted with smiling faces, a warm buzz and a real sense of community. This was the first, of hopefully many, Community Day of Learning and Action (CDLA).
The 21st to 28th of January is Big Energy Saving Week, a national event run by Citizens Advice, aimed at helping people to reduce their energy costs through switching and saving. We are launching a new energy drop-in service which will help local residents to access the best deals, discounts and information to help them save money on their bills.