Services update: August 2020

Our Advice and Community Centres remain closed for the moment but we are still operating by phone and email.

Service update - August 2020

We are now beginning to plan how we can open up some of our spaces for when it
is safe to do so. For now, our advice and community centres REMAIN CLOSED and we are still
unable to offer face-to-face advice services or community activities.
Please get in touch and we will do our best to help.


Please call 020 7392 2953 or email advice@toynbeehall.org.uk

020 7292 2953 advice@toynbeehall.org.uk

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advice
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advice
Free, expert
advice
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ADVICE

Toynbee Hall provides free and expert advice on debt and money problems, legal issues and a wide range of other concerns .

Get advice
COMMUNITY

Our Community Centre runs an inclusive schedule of health and social activities for people in Tower Hamlets and the City

Visit our centre
LEARNING

  Our learning programmes offer money management training, ESOL courses and heritage learning projects for schools and collages

Find a project

Toynbee Hall works alongside people facing poverty and injustice to build a fairer and happier East London

Based in the East End since 1884, we offer high quality, timely services, informed and shaped by the people and communities we work with.

About our work

In 2018/19…

Of legal advice centre clients feel empowered to exercise their legal rights

PEOPLE HELPED WITH DEBT PROBLEMS THROUGH OUR PARTNERSHIPS

people became qualified Community Money Mentors

Attendances to our wellbeing centre activities

Other areas of our work

Youth projects

We’ve worked with young people in our local community for over 100 years, working  in a range of  innovative new ways

to improve wellbeing and develop new skills.

Research

Research and Evaluation have been part of our identity since we were founded in 1884. Our research focuses on issues related to poverty, social and financial inclusion and wellbeing.

Financial health

Through the Financial Health Exchange, we work to improve the financial health of people in the UK. we help policy makers and practitioners create more financially inclusive environments.

Venue Hire London

Hire Our Venues

Our Grade II listed building in East London is now available to hire for a range of private and corporate events including conferences, seminars, receptions or training sessions. Our historic building has been a hub for social action since 1884 and could be the perfect venue for your event.

Depending on the size and scope of your event, we offer five halls for hire. We can also provide additional services such as event production and catering, so you can rest assured we’ll take care of everything.


Book our halls for your next event.

More about our venues
History

Our new permanent exhibition is now closed

A new, free exhibition located in our newly renovated Toynbee Hall building is usually open to the public every weekday between 11am and 3pm on the third Saturday of each month but due to the current situation we are unable to keep the exhibition open.

Toynbee Hall: A Powerhouse for Social Change tells the stories of social action from the world’s first university settlement.

How to find us