This story comes from West Ealing BID. West Ealing Community has used the Welshore Hub many times for its meetings and we have heard first hand about the wide range of services  and activities it runs. No question that the Welshore Hub really does provide a fantastic service to local residents. Christina Tom-Johnson has built the hub in to an invaluable part of our local community and definitely deserves our support in her fundraising efforts to keep the hub going.

‘Situated at 99 The Broadway, W13 9BP you will find an unassuming shop frontage: Welshore Community Hub.  The Hub was founded in 2010 and has working hard to develop and support residents groups in Ealing with the focus firmly on fighting isolation and bringing people together.

If you haven’t been to the Welshore Community Hub before then you should pop in to meet the Operational Director Christina Tom-Johnson who works tirelessly to provide services for the community.  Christina will greet you warmly and tell you about the amazing activities that the Hub offers. You can also hire the space for meetings or other activities right in the heart of West Ealing. Services currently being offered are:


  • Legal advice surgery* (*intiial consultation free, further advice and services will be charged)
  • Assistance to complete legal forms / applications* (*Thursdays by appointment only)
  • Energy saving advice surgery* (*3rd Thursday of each month only)
  • Literature on personal health, housing and local services

Clubs and groups

  • English language beginner-level classes
  • Chess club (any level, ages 6+)
  • Sewing club
  • Knit and natter group
  • Lunch club
  • Glass jewellery design workshop* (*taught by pupils of Belvue School)

Indoor space hire

  • Versatile, multi-use venue hire

The Welshore Community Hub has recently launched a ‘Go Fund Me’ campaign to keep the Centre open and activities running at a low cost for participants who are often unwaged and vulnerable. Click here to find out more about the Welshore Community Hub and to donate.’