Our membership is now open to all ages, and our Community Centre in Central Street will be open longer hours so everyone can use our services and activities. Our aim is to enable residents to work, play and learn together for mutual benefit and well-being.

Families

There are activities and services for all the family at St Luke's. From after school kids' clubs, giving children the opportunity to try activities they might not otherwise have access to like table tennis and arts, to employment support and community cookery classes.

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Volunteering

Volunteers are the lifeblood of St Luke's, enabling us to offer our wide range and frequency of services and activities all year round. We are currently looking for several volunteers for our gardening area, Cookery School and film club. If you'd like to give something back to your community and gain new skills, find out more here.

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Fundraising

Why not fundraise for St Luke's and give something back to the local community? We rely on funds coming in to continue to run our services and activities. Fundraisers can get involved in national events, large and small, and donate the money to St Luke's, or something on a smaller local scale, like a local run or a cake sale. Fundraising can be fun!

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Room hire

Our modern Community Centre offers a range of flexible events spaces, perfect for meetings, conferences, parties or events for grown-ups and kids alike, from two to 160 people. We take pride in keeping the Centre well-decorated and clean. We're located just off Old Street, EC1, close to the City of London and three tube stations - Old Street, Barbican and Angel.

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Latest news from St Luke's

Upcoming events at St Luke's

  • Monthly Cookery Club - Tapas

    Join us for a sociable evening on 29th May in Central Street Cookery School learning how to make delicious tapas with our expert chef, Mikhail. Read more

  • Big Lunch 2019

    Our Big Lunch celebrating gardening projects at St Luke's Read more