Our Partners

Partnerships That Work

Sharing ideas, making commitments.

New Astroturf Football Pitch

All the activities are dependent on funding. Nothing can be accomplished without the money to open the Centre. The Centre costs over £280,000 a year to operate and it is probable that city councils will be making cutbacks of up to 40% on all funding to voluntary organisations.

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The John Lyon's Music Room

John Lyon’s has been a regular contributor to The Feathers over the past twenty years.

Young club members today learn to make music in the John Lyon’s Music Room. We have worked at developing strong associations with local music groups and are open to upcoming new musicians to share our outstanding facilities.

The Junior Club

The Junior Club is one such project that came about through local funding but which needs to be self-sustained to continue. By formally recognising that local children and young people require a designated space to do their homework, the project has been running since 2008, supported by Barings, The Portman Foundation and Westminster City Council Neighbourhood Ward.

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Our Partners

Our Partners

We have a wide range of partners from all industry sectors. We would like to thank our following partners for their continued support: All Souls – 60 Penfold Street (Residential Care Home) –  Blandford Estate Residents’ Association  –  Connexions  – Fisherton Street Youth Project – Golden Years (Over 50s Club) – Hungerford Drug Project – Jaguar Taekwondo Club –  Marylebone Bangladeshi Society – North Paddington & Crypt – Locality – Rank Foundation  – St Paul’s Church Centre – Schroder Charity Trust – Westminster City Guardians – Westminster Primary Care Trust – Westminster Somali Association – Westminster County Council – Westminster Sports Unit – Westminster Ward Councillors Budget – Westmanor Young Carers.

If you are interested in learning more about how to support us and our work get in touch with Andrew Mederick.