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BBBC staff and actors at the Pericles at the National Theatre
01 August 2018
Shakespeare and Bromley by Bow at the National Theatre

Thirteen people who work at or use the Bromley by Bow Centre have been working hard together with over one hundred others as part of a community theatre company with the National Theatre’s Public Arts team and a professional cast. The result will be a beautifully moving and inspirational adaptation of Shakespeare’s Pericles on the National Theatre’s Olivier stage at the end of the month.

A lady in a headscarf paints a girls face while another girl looks on in the background
03 July 2018
Side by side, we celebrate the diversity and culture of our community

Bring your whole family to this year’s Unity Festival, a free summer fun day for the community, created by the community, celebrating the food, fashion and music of Tower Hamlets.

A man with a white beard walks through the Bromley by Bow Centre park
28 June 2018
The Bromley by Bow Centre contributes to The Kings Fund Report about transformational change in healthcare

Rob Trimble talks about the importance of community ownership in order to respond to the needs of the local population, for The Kings Fund new report on transformational change in healthcare.

A black male and a white female high five each other in front of a coffee machine, smiling at each other
06 March 2018
Applications open for Beyond Business social enterprise start-up funding

The Beyond Business Programme offers start up funding for new or emerging Social Enterprises across Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Newham.

A lady in glasses smiles at the camera sitting at a table covered in colourful paintings
23 February 2018
Support service for East Londoners affected by cancer improves wellbeing and understanding of where to go for support

Two million people are living with or beyond cancer in the UK, a figure that will rise to four million by 2030. The Bromley by Bow Centre and Macmillan Cancer Support partnered to pilot an innovative response to this challenge. This month, they published the findings of their recent evaluation which looks to understand the impact the service had on those living with and beyond cancer. The key finding from the evaluation was that the Macmillan Social Prescribing Service improved clients’ knowledge of where to go for non-medical support and their wellbeing.

Rob Trimble in white shirt standing in door way of the church at the Bromley by Bow Centre
01 January 2018
The business of changing lives: congratulations to our Chief Executive, Rob Trimble as he is awarded the British Empire Medal

Rob’s award for services to the economy celebrates the Bromley by Bow Centre’s innovative approach to social entrepreneurship that has created hundreds of jobs and earned the organisation international recognition for ground-breaking health and community services.