Community Groups

  • Bromley Citizen's Advice Outreach Services - Anerley

    Bromley Citizen's Advice Outreach Services - Anerley
    Provides information and advice on a wide range of issues including benefits, debt, housing and employment amongst others. The advice is free, confidential, independent and impartial.

    Outreach sessions at Anerley Town Hall.
    Anerley Road, SE20 8BD
    Monday: 10.00–12.30
    Thursday: 10.00-12.30

    Main Bromley CAB telephone number:
    020 8315 1940

  • Bromley & Croydon Women's Aid

    Bromley & Croydon Women's Aid
    Support Group
    Contact: Lucy

    0208 313 9303

  • The Candle Project

    The Candle Project
    The Candle Project is a bereavement service for children, young people and families in South East London.
    Contact: Mrs Frances Kraus

    020 8768 4500

  • Crystal Palace Community Trust

    Crystal Palace Community Trust
    The organisation enables the communities of Crystal Palace and surrounding areas to play an active part in the regeneration of their neighbourhood.

    Anerley Town Hall, Anerley Road, SE20 8BD
    020 8676 5666

  • Girls Friendly Society (G.F.S.)

    Girls Friendly Society (G.F.S.)
    Girls Friendly Society Platform Penge works with young women and young mothers between the ages of 14 and 25 years of age. They offer outreach support and a "drop in" service in children and family centres around the Bromley borough. Support workers work with the young women to resolve issues around housing, education, benefits and much more.
    Contact: Sheryl Aitcheson

    Penge GFS Platform Penge, Community Vision,
    Woodbine Grove, Penge, SE20 8UX
    020 8676 9569

  • Meeting Point

    Meeting Point
    Social group offering afternoon activities including craft, gentle exercise, talks and music. Tea, coffee and lunch available. Transport can be arranged. The groups are run for ages 60 and over.

    66 Lennard Road, Penge, SE20 7LX
    020 8778 7258

  • Penge Library

    Penge Library
    Penge is the latest Bromley library to be refurbished. It offers a choice of fiction and non-fiction books for both adults and children – something for everyone. Facilities include free computers and free Wi-Fi. Also available: photocopying, scanning, faxing, community room hire as well as council payments via self-service kiosk. Regular activities include: For adults- Reading Groups, Coffee mornings and Beginners Computer lessons. For children- Chatterbooks, Lego Club, Crafty Saturday’s, Baby Bounce, Stay'n'Play sessions. It is free to join the library, you just need proof of name and address, so come on in and to see what they have to offer.

    46 Green Lane, Penge, SE20 7JX
    020 8313 4036

  • Salvation Army - Penge Corps

    Salvation Army - Penge Corps
    A local christian church with community based activities.
  • St George's Beckenham Women's Institute

    St George's Beckenham Women's Institute
    Activities include talks/demonstrations and time to talk to other members and have refreshments.
    Contact: Mrs J. Dainton

    25 Braeside, Beckenham, BR3 1ST
    020 8650 0404

  • Victim Support London

    Victim Support London
    For victims of any crime or those who have been affected by a crime committed against someone they know, Victim Support provides services to help people find the strength to deal with what they've been through.
    Contact: Anita Reid

    198 High Street
    SE20 7QB
    020 8776 7071

    Out of hours support line: 08 08 16 89 111

  • Penge Partners

    Penge Partners
    Penge Partners was formed in 2007 to manage the ever-increasing number of events falling outside the scope and remit of Penge Festival. We are a strong group of professional business people who have served the Borough for many years and who share a common commitment to Penge and Anerley. We are able to provide free hands-on management services and advice on Public Liability Insurance requirements to community groups and voluntary organisations.
  • Penge Forum

    Penge Forum
    Penge Forum is the Residents’ Association for those who live in or care about Penge and Anerley. The Forum is not affiliated to any political party but we will campaign on local issues. Penge Forum holds four open meetings a year where you can hear from and question the people who make a difference to our lives. Our Committee is made up of volunteers and any member is welcome to join.
    Contact: John Getgood
  • Penge Tourist Board

    Penge Tourist Board
    The PTB is a community led group created to promote and improve culture, commerce and the environment for residents, visitors and businesses of Penge. PTB is a not for profit, non-political, voluntary organisation.
    Contact: Paul Mawdesley
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