The Front Room Club is a cafe style drop in for those who are experiencing or at risk of social isolation and provides a safe, welcoming and supportive place to grow. The club is a place to meet people, play bingo, access support and advice, develop social and practical skills, and talk about mental health challenges.
St Luke’s is located in Downham and (in normal times) the church is open six days a week for the community.
Our main projects are the Front Room Club, a café drop-in for people who are socially isolated running three days a week, which includes a lunch club two days a week. We have also a Parish Nursing project, with a registered nurse working 10 hours a week at the drop-in and the local food bank.
We also have a Children’s and Family worker who specialises in supporting children who are autistic or have special educational needs and their families.
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Who Can Join?:
Open to anyone regardless of age or circumstances. Only anti-social behaviour is a bar to attendance. People requiring personal care need to come with a carer however.
How to Join:
Just turn up. Numbers are limited due to Covid so it is possible people may have to wait or not be able to enter but so far they’ve always had enough space.
Wheelchair Accessible?: Yes
Accessibility Information: Area is entirely step free and we have an accessible toilet (sadly not a changing places one).
Transport: 124 and 284 buses stop just across the road from the church. Grove Park Train is a 15 minute walk. Parking is very limited
St Luke's Church, Northover, BR1 5JR Bromley Greater London BR1 5NH United Kingdom