Carramea has been operating in South Harrow for over 12 years. Carramea is currently creating a Community resource Centre for small and medium organisations that offer charitable services for Harrow residents.
Tony O'Hara of Carramea lives in central Harrow and has lived in Harrow for just under 50 years. Representing an organisation which currently has twenty eight diverse registered user groups, many of which have been involved in health issues for several decades and which currently provide a range of well-being, health and social care services to different communities within Harrow.
The Carramea Resource Centre provides:
Free / low-cost courses starting regularly
Free / low-cost activities
Information, Advice and Guidance
Facilities for voluntary groups
Carramea Community Resource Centre, 27 Northolt Road, South Harrow, Middlesex, HA2 0LH
Carramea (Formerly the Consortium of Anti-Racist Refugee and Minority-Ethnic Associations)
Who is it for:
Anyone looking for training, activities, Information, advice and guidance etc.
nominal annual fee of £120, that works out at £10 per month
How to apply: