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Limehouse Project offers advice on a range of social welfare issues through weekly drop-in, appointments and telephone advice sessions. We also deliver advice through an extensive range outreach sites making our services more accessible as for you.

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Adult learners being taught in a classroom


We run various training sessions throughout the year, from our main venue as well as at outreach venues. Delivered by experienced trainers with some courses offering an accredited qualification and a work placement.

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Community Development

Luncheon for Elders Club provides 50+ with an opportunity to come together and enjoy each others company or join our Fit4Life Women's Exercise Class with aerobics, zumba & healthy eating.

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Limehouse Project volunteers discussing work


We very much welcome help from volunteers whether you have a little time spare, are eager to share your expertise. Volunteering opportunities are available to gain experience, opportunities and work along with experienced staff.

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What People Say
About Us

"I can’t thank Limehouse Project enough for helping me out with a substantial winter bill which was over £500, being an OAP I was unable to pay the bill, thanks to the staff in Limehouse Project they managed to write the debt off and get me on a discounted tariff."

"I will always be grateful to Limehouse Project for arranging a grant in order for me to purchase a fridge to keep my medicines; being on benefits and having absolutely no funds meant I would have been left without a fridge if it wasn't for the people at Limehouse Project."

— Mr Miah

"I had my benefits seized by the DWP, this meant I could have been without any funds for a long time, it is only for the assistants in the Limehouse Project who challenged the decision of DWP and had my deferred benefits paid to me, and continued to receive my benefits."

"I will always be grateful to the staff at Limehouse Project for their invaluable help for challenging the DWP’s decision, when assessing my medical situation DWP failed to recognise my medical condition and cancelled my benefits, it was the very able staff and volunteers who challenged the DWP and then continued to receive my benefits which I was legally entitled to."

"Thanks to Limehouse project, they helped me prepare for my appeal against the DWP’s decision based on my disability, with the help of Limehouse Project the decision was found in my favour by the tribunal, and I was awarded with my benefits."

"I never really appreciated the work advice centres do until you helped me with my energy bills and for all the money saving tips and I saw the dedication. I am so grateful that this service is here to help us at our time of need."

"The experience has been eye opening for me and my family as we never knew how much saving could be made by making small changes in our home. We will all work towards these changes to make saving in the home."

"After speaking with Limehouse Project energy advisor I was able to recognise why my utility bill were so high, I changed my tariff from price promise to fixed dual tariff and made a savings of £346.27 on my annual bill, Thank you!"

"I was very stressed and shattered of the thought of been alone, but Limehouse project helped me in every way they could to get me back on my feet again, I have to keep going for my children, I feel am allot happier now feel comfortable to share my problems with Limehouse, I will continues visiting Limehouse project."

"Being in a new environment dealing with clients with various needs given me a sense of responsibility. It has been a learning curve dealing with these issues, but have learnt a lot through this experience."

"This is so different, learnt so much, much better than if I stayed indoors!"


Learner Story of the Month: July 2018

20th July 2018

Name: Ms H Project Participated: Childcare Plus Project / e3 Project Dates: Apr 2016– Jul 2017 Background: Ms H, of Bangladeshi ethnicity, is a mother of 3 children. She had enrolled in a volunteering role and was... Read more →

SO FAR THIS YEAR WE HAVE OPENED6,500enquiries on a variety of issues
Staff providing advice to female client
WE HAVE GENERATED£2.3Madditional income for our most vulnerable clients
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Female student writing in the classroom with other students
So far this year1,255have used our employment and careers services
Students around the laptop
Of our clients over95%would use our services again & recommend us