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Local Trust’s mission is to enable people to make their communities better places to live. We do this by helping them develop and use their skills.


The Well Street Traders & Residents      Association (WESTRA) is a not-for-profit organisation run by volunteers, and the launch of the Association was on Monday 1st November 2010.

mabley green user group

We want to create Hackney’s first edible park – one full of fruit and nut trees, wild herbs and edible plants. We want to do this so everyone living and working near Mabley Green can access healthy, sustainably grown food - absolutely free.


Hub 67 is a temporary building, made from recycled and reused materials from the 2012 Olympic Games, based at 67 Rothbury Road (next to Frontside Skate Park).


We are uniquely placed to facilitate change for the better in Hackney, and to deliver our vision of a fairer society. 


Hackney Wick Football Club: Home of the Wickers was created to give Hackney a united front and a new identity under one banner: "Our Borough, Our Club".

With around 70,000 homes in England, Sanctuary housing is one of the UK's leading 
social landlords.

Hackney Quest was started by a small team in 1988 to provide positive activities for the community's young people. A borough which suffers significant deprivation. 

Since our beginning in 1997, we have developed a network of partnerships throughout the borough that have delivered a range of community projects dealings with employment programmes, mental health issues and housing problems. 

The Well Street Common User Group (WSCUG) was formed at the end of 2001. It provides a forum for local residents and all those who  use the Common to come together, discuss and give their views on all matters concerning the Common. 


Compassionate Neighbours is free community-led support for anyone living with or caring for a person with a serious, long-term or terminal illness, or a person who is frail and /or isolated. 

     We recognise a healthy community is an inclusive community in which individuals can live                http://www.centreforbetterhealth.org.uk/ 
                                                                                                             satisfyin and hopeful lives and where there is no  stigma about mental health