Spotlight Centres

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Our main centre in Langdon Park with state-of-the-art facilities is where most of our programmes run from. From music studios to a boxing gym and even our young person only GP service, Health Spot, there is so much you could be getting involved in.

Address: 30 Hay Currie St, E14 6GN

OPENING TIMES:
Building: 8am-8pm
Health Spot: Tuesdays 4pm-8pm
Programmes & Support Available: 3pm-8pm
Cafe: 8am-2pm

Based above Bow Brew Cafe, our St Paul’s Way centre is open for careers advice sessions, chill out and games and, if you’re feeling competitive, table tennis tournaments.

Address: St Paul’s Way Community Centre, 83 St Paul’s Way, E3 4AJ

OPENING TIMES:
Monday: 5pm-8pm
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 3:30pm-6:30pm
Thursday: Football 5pm-7pm
Friday: 3:30pm-6:30pm

The Linc centre is the heart of youth work in Bow and is where big names in the music industry like Dizzee Rascal, Tinchy Strider and DJ Target started out. Head down for creative sessions and to get support from our youth work team.

Address: Linc Community Centre, 70 Fern St, E3 3PR

OPENING TIMES:
Monday: 4:30pm-9pm, Football 5pm-7pm
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 5pm-8pm
Thursday: Closed
Friday: 5pm-8pm

At our Eastside centre you can get advice & guidance as well as access their music studio, where our professional producers will give you all the skills and support you need to make your own music.

Address: Eastside Youth & Community Centre, 6 Parnell Road, E3 2RB

OPENING TIMES:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 4:30pm-9pm
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 4pm-7pm
Friday: 4pm-7pm

Our newest centre on the Isle of Dogs is open for chill out and games, careers drop-ins and help with accredited courses – and it even has it a rooftop football pitch!

Address: Phoenix Heights Community Centre, 140 Byng Street, E14 9AR

OPENING TIMES:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 5pm-7pm
Thursday & Friday: Closed

Find out all of the latest and greatest things that have been happening at Spotlight

Hip Hop Collision brings the house down

We ended a massive month of sessions celebrating all things Black History and Culture last October with a huge live performance event.

This bought us all together, celebrated some local heroes and featured performances from the top young music talent around. There was fun, there was food, there were vibes. Check out this live performance by rapper Diamond.

Emerging artists asked the big questions at the L.E.G.A.C.Y Exhibition

What does Black Legacy mean to you? L.E.G.A.C.Y, a group of young creative visionaries bought together on our Creative Ideas Fund programme funded by Today at Apple aimed to find out.

Running for three days in a gallery in Peckham, their debut immersive multimedia exhibition explored the idea of leaving an impact through a selection of artwork, spoken word poetry, film and much more.

“As the young creators of tomorrow, we’re passionate about diversifying spaces and making art accessible to all, belonging to all.”

Spotlight's GP services wins big

Health Spot, our GP service designed to specifically support young people with their physical and mental health needs received special commendation at a national health awards ceremony in November!

Health Spot is run out of our main Spotlight centre every Tuesday and offers friendly, confidential medical appointments with a doctor who is experienced in supporting young people with health needs. Watch the video below to find out more about Health Spot or click here.

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