Building a community that is
better for all of us
Since its foundation in 1974, the Highbury Roundhouse has grown into a thriving non-profit, community-based organisation.
We provide a safe and welcoming environment that encourages people, particularly those from disadvantaged and disaffected communities, to engage in activities that will enhance their self-esteem and encourage them to participate in community activities and events.
We provide educational and recreational facilities for people of all ages and ethnic backgrounds that live or work in Highbury and the surrounding area. From pre-school to old age, there is something for everyone!
The organisation serves a large cross-section of the community, such as one-parent families, the elderly, people with disabilities and young people from different backgrounds and abilities. We host a Childminders' Group and weekly soft play sessions for young children. For the elderly, we have lunch and social clubs, one of which is for members of the Afro-Caribbean community. We also provide a home for various community groups and organise social and recreational events throughout the year.
Our organisation has particular expertise in working with children, young people and older adults, and focuses on delivering educational and recreational activities that will make a difference in their lives.
We are open as usual:
We are continuing to provide our services in accordance with the latest government's guidance. If you require more information please call us at 020 7359 5916.
In an emergency please contact:
If you need medical help: call NHS 111 or go to NHS 111 online.
If you’re struggling visit www.gov.uk/find-coronavirus-support for official government guidance and information on a range of issues, including staying safe, paying bills, going to work, housing, getting food, and mental health and wellbeing.
For local information and support from Islington Council, visit the Council Coronavirus web page or call the 'We Are Islington' helpline on 020 7527 8222 or minicom on 020 7527 1900. Lines are open every day from 9:00 to 17:00.
Get the latest NHS information and advice about coronavirus (COVID-19) here.
You can access our newsletters here:
Newsletter Autumn - November 2021
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How to contact us:
Send an email to email@example.com
or call us at 020 7359 5916.