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Camden Community Centres' Consortium - C4

Cost of Living Crisis Statement

Community Diversity

the art of thinking independently together

Cost of Living Crisis Statement

The Consortium - C4

19 organisations delivering from 29 venues to make a difference to our communities

Ideas & innovation

Delivering services and activities for all our communities together, based on their needs

Equality & diversity

Making sure everyone is included. 25,000 people access our support weekly


Working together, sharing resources, ideas and a shared vision to grow and prosper

About us

Camden Community Centres' Consortium (C4) improves the living conditions and the mental and physical well-being of people in Camden, by galvanising private, public and voluntary sector support to provide services and facilities.

As a consortium we provide:

Local support – 19 organisations running 29 centres, located at the heart of the community.
Local people – more than 25,000 people access the support of our member organisations every week.
Local impact – we tackle poverty, inequality, unemployment, ill-health, disadvantage and social isolation.

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Working together

C4 promotes

Partnership working
Ensuring equality
Friendly Support
Innovative thinking
Embracing diversity
Celebrating cultures
Tackling isolation
Promoting health & well-being
Valuing young people
Improve sustainability
Combat loneliness & isolation
Encourage life-long learning
Strengthen civil society
Enable community participation
Deliver solutions

Camden Community Centres Consortium - C4

Our Community Organisation Members

Abbey Community Centre

Abbey Community Centre The centre exists to improve the quality of life for local people by offering excellent services which provide a range of educational, recreational, cultural and social opportunities. In addition, it provides informal advice to users on a wide range of matters and signposts them to the...

Bengali Workers’ Association

Bengali Workers’ Association Since 1990 the Association has been based in a multi purpose building called the Surma Community Centre which has been a focal point of the Bangladeshi community and a venue for a wide range of social, cultural and community events. BWA strongly believes in supporting and...

Calthorpe Project

Calthorpe Community Garden The Calthorpe Community Garden and centre exists to improve the physical and emotional well-being of those who live, work or study in Camden and surrounding areas. We achieve our mission through three core objectives and all our activities and services are designed to support these goals....

Castlehaven Community Centre

Castlehaven Community Centre Castlehaven is a high profile, vibrant community association that continues to develop and respond to the needs of local residents. Castlehaven opened for business in August 1986. Since then it has gone from strength to strength; now the proud lessees of a four acre community campus...

Dragon Hall Trust

Dragon Hall Trust Dragon Hall Trust is a forward thinking charitable organisation supporting young people, residents, business and community groups in Covent Garden and Holborn. Dragon Hall Tech Hub has been created to ensure children & young people get the chance to play, explore and develop with groundbreaking technologies,...

Holborn Community Association

Holborn Community Association Our overarching vision is for a thriving and vibrant local community in Holborn. • Our mission is to respond to local needs • Our aim is for everyone to be able to participate fully in their local community. • We work to empower the whole community...

Hopscotch Women’s Centre

Hopscotch Women’s Centre Hopscotch’s mission is to enable Black and Minoritised ethnic women to actively participate in society and make informed decisions that enable them to achieve their aspirations. We do this by providing support services to Black and Minoritised ethnic women and their families, raising their awareness of...

Kentish Town City Farm

Kentish Town City Farm Kentish Town City Farm is a community charity that helps city people connect with animals, nature and the environment. The farm is situated on a four-acre site, alongside two railway lines in the inner London Borough of Camden. There are over 50 animals, with pasture...

Kentish Town Community Centre

Kentish Town Community Centre Kentish Town Community Centre has been open for over 12 years, providing activities, events, advice and support for the local community. We are an independent non-profit organisation working to improve health inequalities, reduce social isolation and financial insecurity for local residents. KTCC runs three core...


Kings Cross Brunswick Neighbourhood Association KCBNA improves the quality of life for local residents. Staff and volunteers do this through the provision of a wide range of activities which KCBNA delivers from three community centers and on an outreach basis. The organisation has a ‘cradle to grave’ philosophy and...

Kingsgate Community Centre

Kingsgate Community Centre Kingsgate Community Association is a registered charity and a Company Limited by Guarantee. It was initially set up in 1982 by a group of local people who wished to establish a community centre in what was then a derelict building, in a common effort to provide...

Maiden Lane Community Centre

Maiden Lane Community Centre Maiden Lane is a vibrant community centre in Camden. Our users come from Maiden Lane, Agar Grove and St. Pancras Way Estates, Elm Village and Camden Square and some activities attract users from across Camden. The Centre provides services and activities for everyone in our...

N1C Centre

N1C Centre The N1C Centre is a new centre in Kings Cross, it is managed by the Somali Youth Development Resource Centre (SYDRC), a youth community based organisation that has been working with Somali young people and other young people in Camden since 2000. SYDRC are partnered with Dragon...


SHAK South Hampstead & Kilburn Community Partnership enables young people and adults living on and around Alexandra and Ainsworth Estate to discover their talents, passion, skills and confidence to overcome the barriers they fact to social and economic inclusion Find out more from the SHAK website Visit our site


Queen’s Crescent Community Association QCCA Mission – “To work in partnership to foster social cohesion, challenge disadvantage, improve quality of life and the standard of living for all our members” QCCA Vision – “QCCA is recognised as a quality services provider, responsive to local needs, empowering local people and...

Sidings Community Centre

Sidings Community Centre Sidings Community Centre, which opened in May 1983, celebrates 30 years of providing services primarily for the local community in the wider area around West Hampstead and North Kilburn. We are proud to be one of Camden’s funded community centres, and offer a range of services...

Somers Town Community Centre

Somers Town Community Centre Community Cafe offering freshly cooked food at affordable prices 8.30am to 3.30pm. Youth Club Wed evenings 3.30-9pm for 11-19yrs, 18 place community nursery (on site), extensive under fives Sure Start funded programme of activities, 6 ESOL classes, non-contact boxing class Mon 4-5pm for 5-11 yrs,...

St Pancras Community Association

St Pancras Community Association St Pancras Community Association (SPCA) is a local charity that promotes community activity in London’s busy St Pancras and Somers Town area. SPCA bring local community groups together and coordinate shared activities, sports facilities and premises that can be used for meeting rooms and offices....

Swiss Cottage Community Centre

Swiss Cottage Community Centre Community centre with activities and support for the over 60s including social club and exercise, a dedicated play area for under 5’s, language classes including ESOL, a range of holistic therapies, room hire, from small meeting rooms to our main hall and a community cafe...

of Camden Community Centres' Consortium

Executive Team

Nazrul Islam


Nazrul is the Director of Maiden Lane Community Centre - the Centre encourages local people to develop and run their own groups and activities, to be active in their community and influence the decisions that affect their lives.

Eira Gibson


Eira runs Kentish Town City Farm, a local charity that helps city people connect with animals, nature and the environment. The farm is situated on a four-acre site, alongside two railway lines in the inner London Borough of Camden. There are animal pasture areas, community gardens, a wildlife pond, and a riding arena.

Foyezur Miah


Foyezur is the treasurer of C4 and CEO of Queens Crescent Community Association. Foyezur has led the growth of QCCA, from an annual turnover of £280,000 and a team of 5 staff in a single site, to currently generating over £1m, employing over 60 staff, over 5 different facilities.

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