The Hub is run as a co-operative by and for the community. See below for details of how you can become a member and be a positive part of its continued success!
Download our full February timetable – including half-term events: February Timetable >>>
What’s on this week
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Saturday 11th to Friday 17th February - Half Term
Saturday 11th February
Sunday 12th February
Monday 13th February
Tuesday 14th February
Wednesday 15th February
Thursday 16th February
Friday 17th February
Saturday 18th to Friday 24th February
Saturday 18th February
Sunday 19th February
Monday 20th February
Tuesday 21st February
Wednesday 22nd February
09.30-10.30: Feldenkrais: awareness through movement
10.30-11.30: Baby Yoga 6 weeks-8 months
11.00-13.00: Thinking Space
11.45-12.30: Baby Yoga 8 months+
16.45-17.25: Ballet & Modern Dance for 3-5 years
17.25-18.05: Ballet & Modern Dance for 6-13 years
18.05-18.45: Tap Dance for 6-13 years
19.00-20.00: Pilates Mat Class
Thursday 23rd February
Friday 24th February
The Hub is run by and for the community and you can be a part of its success! Buy shares, be a volunteer, sign up to our activities (or organise your own), and generally just relax, eat and drink, meet people and enjoy the experience!
Become a member and have your say
As a member, you get a share in the Hub and can vote on any decision the co-op makes, so you can affect the way it develops and grows. Buy shares in the Hub: invest in your community – and there are a few other benefits too, check them out >>>
Café opening hours – 11.00am-5.00pm every day
The café, next to the beautiful wildlife lake and playground, is staffed by local volunteers and our 3 dedicated Café Managers so come along, have a coffee and an ice cream and enjoy the park and all its wildlife.
Beth, Brenda and Thor our Cafe managers, have plenty of skill and enthusiasm so our menu is a fantastic mix of healthy, kid-friendly and affordable food. We have daily specials and regular toasties with various fillings, soup, pasta and freshly baked cakes.
We have tasty coffee with frothy milk if you like that sort of thing as well as various herbal and ordinary teas.
Come down for a cuppa and a chat and see if there is anything you want to get involved in. Bring your friends!
It’s the yellow building right in the middle of Lordship Rec, next to the playground, paddling pool, pond and bike track.Postal address and free parking: Eco Hub, Lordship Recreation Ground, Higham Road, London, N17 6NU
The nearest park entrance to the Hub is on Higham Road opposite Hastings Road. The W4 bus stops there if you ring the bell. The routes all the way from Higham Road, Lordship Lane and Broadwater Farm are well lit all night.
You can also take any bus along Lordship Lane (123, 234) and get off at Waltheof Avenue and follow the path through the park, over the river and you will see the Hub beyond the trees.
Vehicle entrance to the park is via Adams Road, N17 6HE (please call 020 8885 5684 if the gate is locked).