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Queen's Crescent Community Association (QCCA) fosters social cohesion by working with local partners, charities and friends in the Gospel Oak area.

Quite Quite Fantastic is a charity promoting social inclusion for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities through performance art, games and hands-on construction. Sessions are hosted twice weekly by QCCA at the Dome youth centre and at the Ashdown Crescent building.


Kentish Town City Farm is a community charity that helps city people connect with animals, nature and the environment. It is situated on a four-acre site, alongside two railway lines in the inner London Borough of Camden. The charity is part of the QCCA-led 'Camden Health Kicks' consortium, delivering a three-year health programme to families in the borough.



Castlehaven Community Association delivers a range of community programmes in the Kentish Town area. It is part of the QCCA-led 'Camden Health Kicks' consortium, delivering a three-year health programme to families in the borough.


Camden Health Kick is a three-year programme led by QCCA, in partnership with Kentish Town City Farm and Castlehaven Community Association. It provides a varied programme of events and activities for Camden families. Its mission is to improve people's health and wellbeing while getting them more involved in the local community.


Gospel Oak Action Link (GOAL) was established in 1998 to provide services for disadvantaged young people in Camden. It provides high quality opportunities for informal learning and fun and delivers programmes which support vulnerable young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET). It delivers some of its services through QCCA at the Dome, working together to help all young people make positive choices about their lives.




The Spirit of LJD is to educate the children in a fashion that equips them holistically, that way when they blossom they will possess an exceptional future with a robust foundation.

The staff are caring and pride themselves in providing the children with individualistic care.

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