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Harrow African Caribbean Association

The Harrow African-Caribbean Association was formed in 1991 to bring together the African-Caribbean people, who live in Harrow, for the purposes of:

- Providing them with a meeting place
- Providing a Friday Luncheon Club for retired people
- Keep Fit Classes
- Dance School for children aged 5 to 16
- Mentoring for boys aged 11-16 irrespective of academic, social and economic background
- Promoting the well being of the Association and its Members and their interests
- Taking up members' concerns with statutory bodies (e.g Local and Central Government) in respect of: Education; Youth, Employment, Training, Health, Leisure & Cultural Activities
- Providing support to individuals
- Promoting research into the needs of the African-Caribbean Community

HACA's activities are held in churches around Harrow.

Address:
Community Premises, Room 3, (Ground Floor), 27 Northolt Road, South Harrow, HA2 OLH
Area serviced:
Harrow
Contact name:
Patricia Turner
Job title:
Secretary
Telephone:
07547 410991
Website:
Who is it for:
Primarily people from the Afro-Caribbean community, but others are also welcome
Languages:
English and Patwa
Disabled access:
Yes
Childcare:
Children are welcome, but there is no provision of childminders or crèche facilities
Charges:
Annual membership costs £10 for adults, £18 for a couple, £7 for pensioners and £5 for students
How to apply:
Get in contact via the details above
Sector:
Voluntary
Last updated:
08/02/2019