The Mildmay Community Centre


Welcome to Mildmay Community Partnership (MCP). We are a registered charity working with and for the benefit of the community of Mildmay, a ward of Islington in north London. We also manage the Mildmay Community Centre, an award-winning Passivhaus building available to hire for events, training and community action projects.

We are grateful for the support of Islington Council, Community Builders, the Energy Saving Trust, City Bridge Trust, the Morris Charitable Trust, Social Investment Business, Big Lottery Fund, and the many other charitable and individual donors and volunteers who make MCP possible.

Please read: NOTICE regarding the Coronavirus pandemic

New! BetaMinds – a support group for parents with autistic children

Fortnightly from 12th November, 10am – 12pm, for parents with autistic children, in the Living Room

Do you want to meet other parents who have children with autism?

Want to share your experiences with other parents and carers, and hear theirs?

Do you want to get ideas about how to help your child as they get older and change?

BetaMinds is hosting coffee mornings in the Centre’s Living Room every other Tuesday morning from the 12th of November.

This is a great opportunity for parents to come together and share experiences and acts as a peer support network.

For more information, contact Rhy on

Download the leaflet here

What’s on in November?

What’s On? New timetable out now!

We’re excited to publish our new timetable for November. New activities this month include:

  • Gentle Pilates for the over 50s
  • BetaMinds Coffee Morning for parents with autistic children
  • Catan Night
  • HubVelo’s High Intensity Interval Training
November 2019 Timetable – Basic 01-11-19

Download the full events leaflet here

If you’d like to get involved in planning more activities at the centre or to book email

Happy Halloween

Thank you to everybody who attended the Halloween Party! There was close to 100 of you attending and activities this year included wrapping up with loo roll and a bubble party!

Everyone really made an effort to dress up and get festive, from vampires to witches, and some of you also went on to trick or treat afterwards