The Boundary Women’s Project assists all women aged 18 to 65 who may be experiencing confidence or social isolation issues, and as a result, feel that they cannot participate in the wider community. We achieve this through the provision of a diverse programme that ranges from ESOL courses and other low level training, a fitness programme as well as a Women’s Forum. We also provide some short term courses and in the recent past have provided courses in Home Finance Management, Cake Decorating, Sewing and Textiles.

We are a very friendly, open and supportive Women’s Project, providing the ideal environment for individual women aiming to get involved in confidence building activities and participating in the community.

Who is it for?
All women aged 18 to 65.

How does it work?
Sessions are run at various times through the week.  Attendance is very much dependent on a client’s individual needs or interests.  Currently we have regular weekly ESOL classes, IT classes, a Women’s Forum (run as a coffee morning) and a Textile Course.

Participants generally have to make their own way into classes, though individual needs can be discussed prior to enrollment or attendance.

To use our services
Referrals to the Boundary Women’s Project are welcome from both individual budget holders and/or professionals.

What is the cost?
This is very much dependent on the needs of the individual wishing to attend and also based on the activity in which they may participate.  If in receipt of a personal budget the basic cost will be approximately £14 per hour, with an incremental increase for higher level support if needed.

Please contact Sabeha Miah the Women’s Project Worker on 020 7739 8066 or by email here.

Office hours are Monday to Wednesday 10am to 3.30pm

St. Hilda’s East Community Centre

18 Club Row, London E2 7EY – Map
Phone: 020 7739 8066