The Dockland Settlements Centre in Rotherhithe has applied for planning permission from Southwark Council to build a small log cabin on a currently unused concrete area overlooking the astroturf pitch.
We are just waiting for tenders to come back then we can start fundraising for the project.
Please download details of the plans by clicking here and if you have any questions contact Ben North on email@example.com or pop into the centre and speak to a member of staff.
The Dockland Settlements would like to thank and wish luck to our Marathon runners who have been busy training and raising funds for our charity in the build up to the Virgin London 2017 Marathon. Here is our list of heroes who will be pounding the streets of London on Sunday 23rd April. If you see anyone in a Dockland Settlements vest please give them a big cheer. They run past our community centre in Rotherhithe and our old community centre on the Isle of Dogs so please keep an eye out for them!
Mark Steven Wolfisz
DJ's Coffee Shop is situated within the Dockland Settlements Community Centre, Rotherhithe. Owned and run by 2 South Africans serving everything from Breakfasts, Jacket Potatoes, Toasted Sandwiches, Burgers and Sunday Roasts to Boerewors Rolls and Bobotie omelettes.
We also do catering for small events with savory and/or sweet platters to take away.
We are open everyday except Tuesdays for early morning coffee and teas. Everything is freshly prepared and delicious.
Tel: 0794 2084 171
DJ's Coffee Shop
Every Sunday from 10.30am-4:00pm
The Carpenters & Docklands Centre,
Only 5 mins walk from the tube station
The Holi Festival was hosted by Bizzie Bodies in colaberation with The Dockland Settlements and celebrated by local children at The Dockland Settlements community cenre. After taking part in a range of workshops, all the artwork was displayed at an exhibition in Surrey Quays. Very close to 300 hundred people came to visit the exhibition!
Thank you again to all who supported us and please feel free to give feedback after having a look at the photos and video's.
Some photos and video's of the event can be founfd on the following facebook page:
An evaluation report is being written shortly but to summarise:
40 children took part of the preparation workshops.
2 local nurseries including
Local parents with children participated to the preparation workshops
300 people attended the exhibition
3 entrepreneurs collaborated with us
1 comment s book is available to read
More than 1000 people have been reach just through Facebook for marketing
We thank you again to al who supported us and to those who attended the workshops and exhibition.
Keep an eye out on our facebook page for more details on the next workshop and exhibition.
Thanks a million Steve!
Here are some images of some of our heroic Marathon runners/fundraisers for 2017.
Huge thanks to James who completed his THIRD London Marathon for our charity gaining himself a place in The Dockland Settlements Hall of Fame!
A million thanks to Lee for his herculean efforts completing the London Marathon but also raising The Dockland Settlements some much-needed funding towards helping disadvantaged and vulnerable Londoners.