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The Tower Project

The Tower Project is a community based voluntary sector organisation and award-winning leading service provider for children and adults with a learning disability, sensory disability, autism, physical disability or health-related issue. The Tower Project  provides a range of services to children, young people and adults…
Tower Project45-55 Whitehorse RoadLondonE1 0ND

Tower of London

Summer: 1 March - 31 October. Tuesday to Saturday 9am-5.30pm; Sunday and Monday 10am-5.30pm; Last admission 5pm. Winter: 1 November - 28 February. Tuesday to Saturday 9am-4.30pm; Sunday and Monday 10am-4.30pm; Last admission 4pm. Closed 24-26 December and 1 January.
Established by William Conqueror in 1066 to keep hostile Londoners at bay, and added to by monarchs over the centuries, this medieval fortress has been a royal palace, protector of the Crown Jewels and prison. We accept Time Credits. One admission to the Tower cost…
Tower of LondonLondonEC3N 4AB

Tower Hill Garden

Located opposite the Tower of London and next to a fragment of the Roman City Wall, Tower Hill Garden is an attractive green space with lawns, trees, seating and an accessible children's play area featuring a basket swing, slide, jumping boards and natural boulders. Like…
Tower HillLondonEC3N 1JY

Tower Hamlets Child Development Team

The Child Development Team (CDT) assesses children and young people (aged 0-19) when there are concerns over two or more areas of their development, for example, speech and physical skills. We help parents and carers to understand of their child’s development and provide them with…
1 Wellington WayLondonE3 4NE

Tower Hamlets Child And Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) - West team (E1 & E2)

Tower Hamlets CAMHS provides specialists services for children and young people with mental health problems. We assess and treat children and young people who: Have symptoms of a serious mental health disorder or difficulty Are unable to live a normal life and /or be with…
16-18 Greatorex StreetLondonE1 5NF

Tower Hamlets and City of London Youth Justice Service

The Youth Justice Service (YJS) covers both the borough of Tower Hamlets and the Corporation of the City of London. We are responsible for the prevention of crime and antisocial behaviour by children and young people. We supervise their court orders and out of court…
Town HallMulberry Place5 Clove CrescentLondonE14 2BG

Tower Hamlets and City of London SEND Information Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS)

The SENDIASS team offers free and impartial advice to parents and young people with SEND who are residents within Tower Hamlets or City of London.  Some of the ways we can support you are: Attending meetings with schools / professionals Applying for an Education Health and Care…

Tower Hamlets - Youth Hubs

All activities are free and for young people aged 12 to 19 up to 25 with SEND. All our venues offer indoor games and activities and many have outdoor spaces and sporting activities as well as opportunities to volunteer and gain additional skills and qualifications.…

Tower Bridge | Community Ticketing Scheme

*Announcement* Following the recent announcement that London will be moving into Tier 4, Please note Tower Bridge is currently closed to all visitors. Do you live in Southwark, Tower Hamlets and the City of London? Our community £1 ticket off is available to all residents…
Tower BridgeTower Bridge RoadLondonSE1 2UP

Tower Bridge - Autism Friendly Opening Days 2021

9:15/9:30/9:45 time slots
Next year Tower Bridge will be opneing its doors early for children with autism and other needs, as well as their siblings, families and carers. Families will be able to explore the Towers, Walkways and Engine Rooms in a calm, relaxed atmosphere and also take part…
Tower BridgeTower Bridge RoadLondonSE1 2UP
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