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61 Leswin Road, N16 7NX
Wednesdays 3.30pm-9pm (staffed 3.30pm-7.30pm), Thursdays 8am-9pm, Fridays 8am-5pm
The Old Fire Station in Stoke Newington provides long-term space for the voluntary sector, not-for-profit and charitable organisations, and community groups. It also has a variety of rooms and halls for short-term hire.
If you collect from the Old Fire Station, you can use our Urban Farm Shop, which is open at the same time as the (staffed) pick-up. The shop sells extra organic items such as eggs, bread from E5 Bakehouse in London Fields, and seasonal treats from our Hackney Patchwork Farm and Dagenham Farm (such as figs, salad, berries and herbs).
8 MacKintosh Lane, E9 6AB
Wednesdays 3pm-10pm, Thursdays 8am-10pm, Fridays 8am-10pm
Hatch is a multi-purpose space right by Homerton Overground. They have a cafe, hot desks, barbers, regular popups and a bar. Open 7 days a week.
Next door, The Greenhouse E9 offers co-working desks, studios, meeting rooms and event space. Visit the website for details and prices or to go for a free trial: http://thegreenhouselondon.com/coworking/
101-103 Newington Green Road, N1 4QY
Wednesdays 4pm-7:30pm*, Thursdays 9.30am-7:30pm*, Fridays 9.30am-7pm*
*Please note: during August 2017, Mother Earth is shutting early at 6.30pm, so please collect before then.
Mother Earth is a vibrant, independent, ethical retailer that has been going for more than 20 years. The "unpackaged" shop nextdoor on Newington Parade is well worth a visit.
5 Albion Parade, Albion Road, N16 9LD
Wednesdays 4pm-8pm; Thursdays 9.30am-8pm; Fridays 9.30am-7pm
Mother Earth is a vibrant, independent, ethical retailer selling organic, natural wholefoods, beauty and household products.
Hackney Road, E2 8QA
Wednesdays 6pm-9pm (staffed 6pm-8pm); Thursdays 10am-9pm; Fridays 10am-4.30pm
For over 30 years, Hackney City Farm has been giving the local community the opportunity to experience farming in the heart of the city and get up close to a range of farmyard animals and learn new skills to live a healthier, happier life with a lower environmental impact. They aim to be a centre for environmental improvement and community projects.
Amhurst Terrace, E8 2BT
Thursdays 2pm-8pm; Fridays 8am-8pm; Saturdays 8am-1pm
Tucked away off Hackney Downs Park in an ex-industrial printworks lies the creative community of Hackney Downs Studios, including several small shops and businesses.
Homerton High Street, E9 6AS
Wednesdays 3pm-6pm, Thursdays 10am-8pm, Fridays 10am-6pm
A library in the heart of Homerton with a great children's section and recently updated IT/computer section. Lots of regular events upstairs in the building - check their website for more info.
76 Clarence Road, E5 8HB
Wednesdays 3pm-8pm, Thursdays 12.30pm-8pm,
Black Cat Cafe is a vegan cafe run as a cooperative in the heart of Hackney that aims to promote an ethical lifestyle.
Mentmore Terrace, E8 3PH
Thursdays 12-7pm, Fridays 9am-7pm, Saturdays 9am-1pm
The E5 Bakehouse is an East London artisan bakery and coffee shop. They are passionate about sourdough and the lost traditions of our baking ancestors. They serve delicious, daily baked breads, fresh lunches, homemade cakes and coffee. Their head bakers also share their knowledge and expertise in weekly bread-making courses.
Green Lanes, N4 2HA
Thursdays 4pm-9pm; Fridays 1pm-9pm; Saturdays 10am-2pm
The Castle is run by climbers for climbers and receives more annual visits than any other climbing centre in the UK. It is housed within a striking Victorian building, formerly a water pumping station near Manor House tube station. The Castle has an extensive range of facilities for beginners and advanced climbers alike. The Castle Climbing Centre is massively committed towards becoming a sustainable business, reducing its carbon footprint and increasing its environmental performance. The area that has most obviously undergone huge change has been developing the green space at the back of the centre into a market garden that provides fresh, organic produce for the Centre's cafe.
191 Lower Clapton Rd, E5 8EG
Wednesdays 3pm-8pm, Thursdays 10am-8pm, Fridays 10am-8pm, Saturdays 10am-12pm
A great health food shop in the heart of Clapton and managed by the same owners as the wonderful Palm 2 across the road. Fab garden cafe in the back serving delicious, hearty food and open for all-day lunches.
13 Dalston Lane (next to the Hackney Peace mural), London, E8 3DF
Currently: Thursdays 1.30pm-7pm; Fridays 11am-7pm; Saturdays 11am-7pm (note garden opening hours may be shorter in winter)
The Dalston Eastern Curve Garden is a beautiful oasis in the middle of Dalston, open every day to the local community. The Garden was created on the old Eastern Curve railway line. There is a cafe and a spacious wooden pavilion for events, workshops and gatherings as well as wildlife-friendly trees and shrubs.
Lauriston Road, E9 7DH
Thursdays 11am-7pm, Fridays 10am-7pm, Saturdays: 10am-1pm
St John of Jerusalem is a Church of England church that has served the local community for over 150 years. The Revd Andrew Wilson welcomes people of all church traditions.
Northchurch Terrace, De Beauvoir Town, N1 4DA
Thursdays 1pm-8.30pm; Fridays 8am-8.30pm
St Peter's has been the parish church for De Beauvoir Town since 1841. Today it attracts a lively mix of people of all ages from all parts of the world. The church is a focus for all sorts of community events during the week and the fully accessible crypt is a thriving centre for social interaction, creativity, cultural expression and community support.
Kayani Avenue, N4 2HF
Thursdays 4pm-8pm, Fridays 9am-6.30pm
The Redmond Community Centre is run by the Manor House Development Trust, a charitable social enterprise. They deliver and help other organisations to deliver community services which offer value for money and create lasting benefits. Their approach allows the community to lead and determine its own future.