Bromley Somali Community Association
196 High Street
Public phone: 020 87785539 / 02035834021
Service offered: Advice and support for the Somali community, including refugees and asylum seekers. Advice on benefits, racial harassment, housing, health, care and disability. Support for older people, befriending and visiting. Music project. Youth advisory project with help on training, education and employment. After school and supplementary classes. ESOL and computer classes. Sports and activities.
Target group: The Somali community, including refugees and asylum seekers.
Area served: London Borough of Bromley and surrounding areas.
How to contact: Phone, contact for an appointment or write.
Monday: 10am - 2pm
Tuesday: 10am - 2pm
Thursday: 10am - 12 noon
Weekends: Saturday and Sunday youth projects
Wheelchair access: Yes - full
Accessible toilets: No
Access notes: Level entrance.
Languages other than English: Somali and Arabic.
Charity number: 1055145
Year established: 1995
Staffing: 5 volunteers.
Public transport: Penge East, Penge West and Sydenham train stations. Buses 75, 176, 227, 312, 358.
Record last checked: 13 November 2017