As an established community resource, we provide facilities and services for a wide range of tenant and user groups. We are actively seeking new ways to serve our community.
Alpha Grove community centre provide the opportunity for people of all ages, background, culture and ethnicity within the community to meet together for group activities, social support, and getting people involved in a wide range of learning and physical activities for their own benefit and that of the local community.
The centre promotes social inclusion for people with difficulties and disabilities and constitutes a meeting place for voluntary organisations or other groups in the community in need of accommodation. The centre as a charity supports children and young people, elderly and old people, people with disabilities, people of a particular ethnic or racial group and the general Isle of Dogs community..
Training and Employment
We run various training sessions throughout the year, from our
main venue as well as at outreach venues. Delivered by
experienced trainers with some courses offering an accredited qualification and a work placement.
Kumon Study helps children of any age and ability to shine. They aim to give their students the tools they need to
enjoy learning. Programs that establish strong foundations in Maths and English, helping your child to feel
confident enough to tackle challenging work. www.kumon.co.uk
Alpha grove community centre is running e-voucher scheme to help families /individuals struggling to make ends meet. Statistics have shown that over 30% of working families are on the breadline, and one missed payment away from needing to rely on food bank.
So, we try to create a positive experience out of what can, for many be a source of embarrassment needing to ask for food donations. Rather, we make it an opportunity to avoid isolation, meet new people, new friends and support network.
Apply for your E-Voucher here.
Our Current Users
Rosy Care Resource Centre:
Rosy care resource centre is a day care centre that provides high quality, culturally sensitive, day opportunities for adults with learning & physical disabilities and for those with sensory impairments. Whilst concentrating on promoting good health, social inclusion, choice and satisfying the needs of their users and carers/parents, we also aim to ensure that service users are felt valued. www.rosycare.co.uk
Community Believe is a day centre it is aimed towards young adults with learning disabilities or multiple disabilities in Tower Hamlets and other boroughs. The service is to provide opportunities to meet others in a supportive environment, enabling them to enjoy independence and get involved in a range of group and person-centered activities.
Friday Jumu’ah prayer MCA:
Jumu’ah in Arabic salat al-jumu’ah also know as Friday prayer or congregational prayer, is a prayer (salat) that Muslims hold every Friday, just after noon instead of the zuhr prayer. Muslims pray ordinarily five times each day according to the sun’s sky path regardless of the time zones.
Docklands Prayer Network (Joyful sounds):
They worship and intercede for God’s dwelling glory, for miracles and revival fire to touch their own lives and those in the area.
Yoga Art of Living:
Offer effective education, self-development programs, and tools that facilitate the elimination of stress and foster deep and profound inner peace, happiness, and well-being.
working in collaboration with The International Association for Human Values (IAHV), Art of Living has successfully implemented numerous humanitarian projects and service initiatives including conflict resolution programs, disaster relief, sustainable rural development, empowerment of women, prisoners rehabilitation, education for all, and environmental sustainability.
Mind in Tower Hamlets and Newham
Offer a wide range of free and confidential talking therapies and self-management skills in Tower Hamlets. People come to counseling to talk about a whole range of issues. Counseling can help people come to terms with or resolves certain issues, clarify ways to move forward or to release painful feelings. www.mithn.org.uk