Lewisham Irish Community Centre launched its annual report in April presenting highlights from the past year which included a wonderful celebration held at the Irish Embassy in September last year to commemorate 30 years of serving the local community. The Charity was pleased to report the […]
St Patrick’s Day 2023 is just around the corner and we’re set to celebrate with friends. St Patrick’s Day Parade – London 12th March from 1030am – 1pm We’re walking in the St Patrick’s Day Parade this year in London on Sunday 12th March. Sign up […]
Friday 17 March 2023 | 11.30am | FREE – No booking Celebrate the Irish in Britain this St Patrick’s Day with a cuppaand good company at the Migration Museum.– Toast Ireland’s patron saint with free tea and coffee, plus aselection of Irish treats.– Join a tour […]
Friday 31st March – 2pm – 6pm We’ll be celebrating the work of the center over the past year, and electing our trustees followed by a celebration to formally mark the reopening of the centre. The extensive refurbishment of the Centre are well underway with external repairs, new […]
The Lewisham Irish Community Centre is now offering a bespoke coaching service offering guidance and support for individuals to achieve their goals and make positive changes in their lives. This new, free coaching service, individuals can explore their personal or professional development, career options, or talk […]
We were delighted to announce that we have received five-year funding from the City Bridge Trust to support our welfare advice services. The impact of this new funding will be significant, allowing us to provide support to even more individuals and families who need it. Our […]
We’re walking in the St Patrick’s Day Parade this year in London, Sunday 12th March. Approx 10.30am – 1.30pm We’d love you to join us! You can come as a group or by yourself  Leave us your details and we’ll get in touch with details on […]
February marks an exciting period of development for the Lewisham Irish Centre as the building is undergoing extensive refurbishment which includes external repair work, new bathrooms and kitchen and redecoration of the man hall area. The works represent a major investment in the work of the […]
St. Brigid’s Day was the first day of Spring in the Gaelic Calendar, known as Imbolc in ancient times, bringing with it hope of longer days having left the darkness of winter behind. It was also the beginning of the tillage season where the spade would break […]
We celebrated our 30th anniversary earlier this month with an evening of music and song. We were joined by 120+ old friends and new from across London. We had music from Fiona and Jean Kelly, some singers from our pensioner’s project and a local ceili band. […]