St Luke’s Hub is a new community space focussing on digital and financial inclusion in Kennington. We host a range of projects and classes that help develop and empower the local community, from employment support programmes to parenting classes. We work with a range of different partners and organisations as well as supporting local residents to get involved and establish their own activities. The Hub is a vibrant space that is led by the community. We’re open every day and people can pop in and find out more about what’s going on here and how to get involved.
St Luke’s Hub is a key stakeholder in Lambeth Council’s Financial Resilience work, and part of that is delivering a new financial education project called ‘Money Champions’. The aim of the project is to spread good financial advice and signpost information throughout the local area by using community networks that already exist i.e. schools, churches and other faith groups and libraries. We will train up volunteers in all of these networks to offer good, simple financial advice as well as signpost people to expert advice agencies so that people get the right support before their finances reach crisis point.
“Financial and digital exclusion often go hand in hand and disproportionately affect the most vulnerable in our society. I am delighted that the St Luke’s Hub has opened in Kennington, and was very impressed by the facilities on offer when I recently visited with my fellow Councillors. We look forward to the official opening.” - Cllr Joanne Simpson, Labour Councillor for Prince's Ward, Lambeth
St Luke’s Hub is reliant on our valued volunteers to help make the Hub a vibrant community space. If you’re interested in volunteering here at St Luke’s, then please click on the Volunteering at St Luke’s link to find out how to apply.
If you’re a local organisation or community group in the area then we’re interested in hearing from you! We want to find out either how we may be able to support your project or just to find out more about what’s going on in the local area. It would be great to hear from you, so please feel free to get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Find Out More
If you’re interested in finding out more about the services we offer, then you can either just pop in and say hello anytime during the week, or you can speak to Sam Bedford, the St Luke’s Hub Manager, on 020 7735 5802 or email@example.com
For more information on Emmaus Lambeth and the work they’re doing at St Luke’s and in the local area, then please check out their website here http://www.emmaus.org.uk/lambeth
For more information please contact:
St Luke’s Hub
25A Wincott Street
London SE11 4NT
020 7735 5802
Manager: Sam Bedford