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Competitive deals on room rentals from Hackney CVS

Source By: Hackney CVS

Our building on Dalston Lane has been refurbished to a high standard throughout. New carpeting, decoration, vibrant feature walls and air conditioning all combine to create the aspirational office space which the sector deserves.

Flexible packages are available on rooms for up to six people, and more space is available if you would like to co-locate with us on the first floor.

What you can get:

  • Cost effective rents on fully serviced office space;
  • Inclusive of all bills – no hidden charges;
  • Free phone calls to UK mobiles and landlines;
  • Registered office address for Companies House/Charity Commission;
  • Concierge service;
  • Daily cleaning;
  • Internet and Wi-Fi access included as standard;
  • Confidential meeting space at no extra charge;
  • Option to display your organisation’s logo and contact details at the entrance;
  • Additional meeting spaces available for rent during the day, evening and at weekends;
  • Use of our attractive garden, maintained by local project Rainbow Grow.

Sharon Mitcheson from Immediate Theatre comments:

'Hackney CVS were incredibly welcoming when we moved, inviting us to their winter barbeque where we got to meet the entire team and other partners in a casual setting. The Operations team is always on hand with whatever query we may have, and have always efficiently come up with resolutions.'

To discuss your premises needs and to arrange a viewing contact our Operations Director, Paul Conway, by ringing 020 7923 1962 or by emailing

Free Safeguarding Webinars

Source By: Ineqe

Join our free webinars on a range of topics including: 

Insights into Online Challenges with Jim Gamble QPM and How to be Safer on Tik Tok and Kik with our online safety specialists.

Cancer Care in City and Hackney and Barriers to Early Diagnosis

Source By: CEPN

The second of four Clinical Practitioner Forms will be held on:


Date: Wednesday 1st May

Time: 6.45pm – 8.45pm

Venue: The Tomlinson Centre


Refreshments including a light supper will be available from 6.15pm and therefore we would grateful if you could confirm your attendance for catering purposes.


The Clinical Practitioner Forums welcome all practitioners from Primary, Secondary and Social Care.


This forum will explore working together as system partners to:  improve care and better understand available data and system and human factors influencing cancer diagnosis; explore barriers to early diagnosis and identify potential interventions and solutions.  


For queries and confirmation please email Grace Neal CEPN Project Manager or telephone 020 7729 7236

Alan Titchmarch's 'Love your garden' team want to hear from UK residents

FREE training offer

Source By: Treat me right!

We have some free Learning Disability and Autism awareness training available for community  and advice organisations  funded by Health Education England

In Treat Me Right! we believe that people with learning disabilities and/or autism can speak for themselves and so everything we do is co-produced and co-delivered by experts by experience.

Part of our role in Treat Me Right! ( is to improve the accessibility of people with learning disabilities and/or autism to medical and community services.

We believe that by increasing awareness and training key staff on how to better understand and communicate with autistic people or people with learning disabilities, we can reduce the existent inequality gap for accessing medical and community services. Health Education England has funded our project to train staff, carers and family members at carers centres and community organisations.

Our training can be flexibly tailored to your organisational needs, and we are happy to deliver it at your location.

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