Holocaust Survivors Centre
The Holocaust Survivors Centre (HSC) is a Jewish social centre for survivors who were in Europe during the Second World War or came to the UK as refugees after November 1938 and on the Kindertransport.
It offers a friendly, safe place where elderly survivors can meet and socialise, and where they can benefit from a full therapeutic programme.
The centre offers a wide range of social activities for members, six days a week, Sunday-Friday. Testimonies are also recorded and survivors visit schools, colleges and universities to talk about their experiences.
It is the only centre designed specifically for Holocaust survivors in the UK.
t’ai Chi and keep fit
painting, art and creative writing
Yiddish, Hebrew learning and discussion groups.
A freshly cooked and kosher lunch is served every day.
If you would like more information, please contact the HSC on 020 8202 9844
Church Road (Corner of Parson Street)