Our Aim

Lewisham Irish Community Centre is a registered charity established in 1992 to benefit the Irish and local community. Our main aims are to relive poverty, sickness and distress, advance education and awareness of Irish culture and heritage and to provide facilities and services to meet the need of the local community.

Our Strategy

You can read our plans for the next 4 years here

Community Services, Clubs & Classes

• Free independent advice on housing, welfare benefits and disability for the Irish community
• Specialist advice and support for the Gypsy Roma Traveller Community
• Elders weekly program
• Digital inclusion
• Free Wednesday drop-in for members of the local community
• Weekly youth club
• Weekly Parent and Toddler group
• Bia weekly food project  
• Local family homecooked project
• Three weekly Irish language classes online and onsite
• Gaelscoil Irish language classes for children age 4-7years
• Modern Kitchen and large Hall available for Hire
• Community Garden project
• Men’s Project


• Southwark Irish Pensioners Project
• Immigrant Counselling and Psychotherapy services
• The Diamond club
• Training for Life
• Holbeach primary school
• Lewisham Foodcycle and Catford Fridge
• The Good Hope Café
• Wheels for Wellbeing
• Colaiste na nGael
• Ewings and Co solicitors

Find us

2A Davenport Rd, Catford, London SE6 2AZ