What We Do

Advice Services

Friday afternoons 13.00 hrs - 16.30 pm Ashi is at Hounslow Gurdwara, Alice Way, Hanworth Road.

 Ashi has recently been working on support for people who have recently been discharged from hospital and is also advising people worried about their health and bills during cold weather.


First Saturday of the month drop in coffee mornings followed by a sandwich lunch.

We organise occasional events, visits and parties. These are held at Star Centre in a ground floor meeting room with step free access.


We have computers at most of our events and help people with basic IT skills and searches.

 Gardening  in Isleworth in the walled garden of the Friends Meeting House.   We grow vegetables, strawberries and herbs.   We have a tea break in the summer house.   


Campaigns And Networks 

We support campaigns and networks promoting arts, equality. and access.   Our other Facebook page, Hounslow People's Peace Parade, is used to highlight the difficulties many people face and how it is possible to make a difference.

We encourage people to attend the quarterly Disability Community Forum meetings at the Civic Centre to hear about changes affecting them and to have a say, especially on council services.

We support Disabled People Against Cuts [DPAC] who research and camapaign against the effects of cuts in benefits and services on disabled people and carers.


Services for Deaf people: 

Our deaf Community Worker, Miriam supports up to ten people who rely on British Sign Language to access benefits, health, training and social services. She is now employed by Hestia, based at the Treaty Centre in Hounslow.