The Cypriot Community Centre is a unique one-stop centre in Earlham Grove, Wood Green, London, N22. It is a charitable organisation, part funded by its partnership with the London Borough of Haringey as well as generating income to provide vital community services.
The Centre is inclusive not exclusive in that it is open to communities from all backgrounds who feel they can benefit from our services.
The Centre was first established in 1979 by 12 founder organisations, comprising the main Cypriot organisations, Greek and Turkish, of Haringey. The affiliated organisations are now 15 in number. Many other non-affiliated organisations, local authorities, health services, statutory and non-statutory agencies also use the Centre’s services and facilities.
The Cypriot Community Centre continues to:
- Provide a base where the Cypriot community can maintain and develop its own identity.
- Provide a bridge of communication between all sections and religious denominations with the Cypriot community Greek, Turkish, Maronite, Armenian, Latin, Mixed Marriages and also other communities.
- Strengthen the links amongst all generations of the family unit of the Cypriot community.
- Develop appropriate services, activities and facilities in the Centre and also provide access to services for the Cypriot community and also for anyone else who feels they can benefit from them.
All areas of the Cypriot Centre and ancillary buildings are fully wheelchair accessible, including the lift and WCs, and conform to Health & Safety and Fire Regulation standards.
In accordance with Government regulations, the Cypriot Centre operates a No Smoking Policy.
However, protected external areas and facilities are provided.