• We've Temporarily Relocated to United House, 39-41 North Road, London N7 9DP
  • Supporting people with learning disabilities
  • Supporting families
  • Building community

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.

Click on the image below to find out more about our exciting Phase 3 Building Project funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, The Good Growth Fund and The Wolfson Foundation. 

Latest news
17Jun
Sponsor the Families Team at the London Legal Walk 2019!

Centre 404 is walking with the Lord Chief Justice and hundreds of advice services to raise funds for our health and wellbeing activities for family carers!

You can donate...

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07Jun
A Chosen Charity of the Mayor of Islington!

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07Jun
*Cancelled* Carers Coffee Morning on 7th June

We are sorry to announce that we had to cancel the Carers Coffee morning on 7th June due to the relocation.

We are temporarily moving to Centre 404, United House 39-41...

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23May
Centre 404 is Temporarily Moving on 6th June due to Refurbishment Works

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05May
The Right Plaque at Last!

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15Mar
Quiz Night 2019

Our Annual Quiz Night Fundraiser was loads of fun, and a huge success in raising a whopping £2767.00, with a total profit of £1973.82!

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01Feb
National Storytelling Week: A Staff Journey

National Storytelling Week: Telling the story of Jenny Bohane and her journey as a Centre 404 staff member.

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Events and Activities
26 Jun
ASC for Tea
Do you care for someone who is on the Autistic Spectrum?
03 Jul
Family Carers Reference Group
Have your say on the big issues facing people with learning...
  • 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