Channing & HNCP
Our growing partnership with HNCP and Brookfield Nursery and Primary School has enabled us to work together to deliver a whole range of activities.
News • 11th May 2022
Would you like to find work that is better paid and more secure? The positive futures project can help.
Highgate Newtown Community Partners have benefitted enormously from working with local churches including St Anne’s, St Mary’s, the United Reformed Church in Pond Square and St Michael’s, as well as local schools such as Brookfield Primary School and Channing School.
After School English, Maths and Science Clubs
Our after school clubs support struggling children and teenagers by offering further education to improve their life chances. Many local families cannot afford these opportunities, and without support for these classes, this education cannot take place.
New Funding Secured
We’re delighted to announce John Lyons Charity has agreed to unlock £90,000 in new funding over three years to support our team.
News • 18th January 2022
Offering fun and educational family drop-in activities for under-fives. No need to book – just turn up!
Essential Christmas Services
Being alone at Christmas for many can be upsetting and uncomfortable. Many people may have lost loved ones or simply have no family close to home.
We prioritise projects that make a difference to people’s lives, so our venues are often being used for 55 Plus and Education Plus most days and evenings.
Hair and Nails
Every person should have access to affordable haircuts. It’s about building good mental health and not being excluded from everyday life.
With the new building opening in late autumn 2022, we’re opening a laundry for people on low incomes. Our charges will be £3.00 a wash and £1.00 a 15-minute dry – less than half the price of other local laundries.
GEM – Camden Council’s main mechanical and electrical contractor – teamed up with Highgate Newtown Community Partners to put on a three-course Christmas dinner for the community.
News • 12th January 2022
Free Place Scheme
Everyone should be welcome at our all-ages services, and our free place scheme helps make it easier for lower income families to attend – specifically, for Education Plus, Clay Time, Cookery School, sports and 55 Plus.