the London Centre

The first centre in Connect's communication disability network is in London.

How to find the London Centre
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Our building in Marshalsea Road, Southwark has been extensively refurbished for us. It is the home for the London Connect Centre and the headquarters of our national network.

We hope to work closely with local health and disability services and also with the diverse range of community groups and organisations in the area.

The London Connect Centre opened in autumn, 2000.

The area around the new Centre is well known for its links to Charles Dickens' life and works, and is not far from Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Borough Market, Southwark Cathedral, Southwark Playhouse and Tate Modern.

Borough tube station is one minute's walk away, and the area is well served by local rail, bus and other underground transport links. We are near to London Bridge, Elephant and Castle and Waterloo.

 

This building in Southwark is home to the first Connect Centre. It will also be the national headquarters for the Connect network.

Click here to find out how you can help the Connect network to grow.