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St Josephs Education and Conference Centre

St. Joseph’s Hospice Education & Conference Centre offers first-rate facilities in a contemporary, flexible and comfortable setting.

With a wide range of multi-functional rooms (Conference Suite, Lecture Theatre, 3 x Meeting Rooms) designed for 2 to 200 people, we cater for any event, including:

• conferences;
• lectures;
• educational seminars;
• break-out groups;
• workshops; and
• training sessions; and
• meetings.

All rooms are equipped with the latest audio-visual facilities and are fully accessible. We also provide in-house catering with a wide range of delicious hot and cold food available.

One stop from Liverpool Street Station and an easy commute from Canary Wharf, the Education & Conference Centre is centrally located and easily accessed by commuters from across the city.

Our friendly and professional staff look forward to welcoming you to the Education & Conference Centre and will be on hand to provide you with the highest standard of service, advice and support to make your event a great success.

If you would like to see more of what we have of what we have to offer, why not contact us for a visit. We would be happy to show you around.

Robin Redmond Community Centre

Overlooking the New River, with stunning views, modern facilities and 15 minutes from Central London, The Redmond Community Centre is the perfect choice for all your meetings, conferences and events.

 

  • The Main Hall
  • The Main Hall decorated
  • View from outside the centre
  • The Kitchen
  • Meeting room 2
  • View across the West Reservoir
media advice from the media trust

Resources from the media trust website here


new legal structure - Charities Incorporated Organisation

A new legal Structure option - Charity Incorporated Organisation

New option for the legal structure of your organisation - Charitable

A Charity Incorporated Organisation (CIO)  is a new legal form for a charity:

  • A CIO is an incorporated charity that is not a company
  • It only has to regsiter with the Charity Commission not Company House 
  • It can enter into contracts and its trustees will normally have limited or no liability for its debts.
  • See the full guidance from the charity commission tonight

Attachment:  Charity Incorporated Organisations.pdf


Guide to key stages in funding applications

From Funding Central Click here ot go to their resource page or click on the links below

Know your facts

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