• Supporting people with learning disabilities and their families
  • Supporting people with learning disabilities and their families

Centre 404 is a charity that offers friendly, reliable and person centred support to people with a learning disability and their families in north London.




Events and Activities
07 Feb
Special Educational Needs Conference for Parents
What’s been happening since the Education Reforms in 2014?
13 Feb
Juniors Group
for 8-12 year olds
Latest news
Volunteer of The Year Awards 2017

On Wednesday night, Centre 404 staff and volunteers headed to Voluntary Action Islington for The Volunteer of The Year Awards where we were nominated for Volunteer Team of the...

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A Boat canal trip, Dance sessions & a visit to Kew Gardens for our Adult’s Summer Scheme

t was a busy summer at Centre 404 for our adult service users. Even though our termly clubs stopped for their summer break, the fun continued with plenty of trips out to fun places...

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Marks & Spencer volunteers give a makeover to Leigh Road’s garden!

At the beginning of July, Centre 404’s Leigh Road supported living project were extremely fortunate to welcome a team of amazing volunteers from the M&S in Marble Arch, who...

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Latest News from Leigh Road- Service users go clubbing and a new healthy eating cafe is launched!

Charly, one of Centre 404’s Support Workers at Leigh Road has put together this week’s blog post. Not only has Charly set up a healthy living café at Leigh Road but a few...

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Service User Charlie celebrates his 75th Birthday!

This weeks blog post was written by Centre 404’s Project Manager,  Outreach Service, Javed Bhunno On Tuesday, this week, we celebrated the 75th birthday of one of our...

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  • I love volunteering at the Centre 404 garden

    Savaas is really active in his local community and is involved in various clubs and activities. Savaas joined our weekly Thursday garden project in August 2010 and has been a dedicated volunteer ever since. Savaas is non-verbal and has expressed what volunteering means to him through Makaton and his support worker.

    Savaas, volunteer


  • How I made new friends at the social club

    Through the Saturday social I have been able to open up my life to new friends, and I have learned so much. I felt shy when I started, but I’m not shy anymore! I feel I have lots of friends now. The team have encouraged me to enjoy myself and helped me gain confidence in talking to people and taking part in things. They helped me apply for a cinema card and now I go with my friends whenever I like.

    Monika, service user