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Community Cafes

Meeting the needs of the London Autistic Community

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Supporting the London Autistic Community

We aim to open Community Cafes in different parts of London to provide a safe space for the entire Autistic community to meet up in person.  

Ealing Community Cafe

We will be opening a new Community Cafe at
St Andrews Church, Mount Park Road,
London W5 2RS, starting on 4th February.

It will be held on the first Saturday of every month at 1:30pm-3:30pm.

The entire Autistic community are welcome: Autistic people and Carers.

No official diagnosis is necessary. Just come on in, relax and meet everyone.

Feel free to stop by for a chat and a hot drink with our lovely volunteers.

Information about the Ealing Community Cafe
Information about our Southgate Community Cafe

Southgate Community Cafe

Our Southgate Community Cafe/drop-in takes place on the second Sunday of every month, between 1pm and 3pm.

It is held at the fantastic St Andrew's Church Hall in Southgate, N14 5PP.

The entire Autistic community are welcome: Autistic people and Carers.

No official diagnosis is necessary. Just come on in, relax and meet everyone.

Feel free to stop by for a chat and a hot drink with our lovely volunteers.
 

Old Street Community Cafe

Our Old Street Community Cafe takes place at the Vibast Community Centre, 167 Old Street, London EC1V 9NH.

It is held on the third Sunday of every month at 11am-1pm.

The entire Autistic community are welcome: Autistic people and Carers.

No official diagnosis is necessary. Just come on in, relax and meet everyone.

Feel free to stop by for a chat and a hot drink with our lovely volunteers.

Information on Old Street Community Cafe
Poster on the Wood Green Cypriot Centre Community Cafe

Cultural Cafe Wood Green

We run a drop-in Autism community cafe scheme for the Greek and Greek Cypriot community of London, although all people from any background are welcome.
 

The community café is held  at the Cypriot Centre in Wood Green Earlham Grove, Wood Green, London N22 5HJ.
It takes place every last Saturday of the month, at 11am-1pm. 

The scheme is aimed at anyone with an interest or connection with Autism and neurodiversity, including Autistics (of any age), parents, carers and allies. It is entirely free, with biscuits, cakes, drinks and sensory toys available, and no pre-registration required. 

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