Drop in to see us : Our phone line is open 10am-1pm and 2-5pm Monday to Friday.  Please leave a message at other times, and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. Our phone number : 0207 482 2496 and our email is



Volunteer with us : If you would like to volunteer to help with and/or to learn how to be involved with any ofthe activities at the Women’s Centre, please get in touch.  Whether you have a little or a lot of time (ideally weekdays), volunteers are always welcome.  Areas of work include: general admin, research, putting together fact sheets, organising events, outreach and publicity (meetings, stalls, leaflet design and more), letter-writing, transcribing, video-editing, support for self-help, cooking, theatre, and more! We know everyone has wonderful experiences and skills that are often not recognised and valued – we do – and the Centre is a great training ground to learn more.

Self-Help session P1110778

Find out about the monthly Self-help meetings :

All African Women's Group open to all asylum seekers.

Disabled Mother's Rights

Support Not Separation for mothers facing forced separation from their children

WinVisible for women visible and invisible disabilities

All these groups meet on a monthly basis. 


Learn about the Eleanor Rathbone, Mother of Child Benefit, Oral History Project: Read our publication!  And, if you want a speaker for your school, IWD event, community centre, lunch club, pensioners group and more - please get in touch.


What mothers and caregivers want: Have your say - take the survey here.


Visit the Wages for Housework Campaign - mother of Crossroads Women's Centre: to find out about their Golden Anniversary events this year.