Helping the homeless and disadvantaged in south London since 1989

The Spires Centre had its initial beginnings as a temporary Christmas shelter in 1989 jointly organised by the congregations of English Martyrs and St Leonard’s churches in Streatham – with much support from the local community – as a service for local homeless people.

Since then, the Spires Centre (as it became known from 1993) has grown and expanded and its services now include a Rough Sleeper Space, Spires Streetlink (which includes outreach and centre services for women involved in sex work), an Open Access drop-in, a Women’s Space and an Adult Learning Centre.

Here is a short film about their work:

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