Support for everyone

At the Westmill Community Centre, we are proud to have cultivated strong partnerships with a diverse range of services and charities, which we highly recommend and readily refer to when needed. These esteemed partners have been carefully selected based on the trusted relationships we have built with them over the years. Each organisation on our list demonstrates a commitment to excellence, professionalism, and a genuine desire to make a positive impact on the lives of our community members. From healthcare providers to educational institutions, social support networks to local businesses, our partners have proven their dedication and effectiveness in their respective fields. Rest assured, when you seek assistance from any of these partners, you can rely on our recommendation and vouch for the exceptional services they offer. Together, we aim to foster a strong, connected community where everyone thrives.

Mon Closed
Tue 10:00 – 12:00
Wed Closed
Thu Closed
Fri 10:00 – 12:00
Sat Closed
Sun Closed

Our Lady’s Scout Hall
Church of our Lady Immaculate & St Andrew
16 Nightingale Road

Vouchers available from us please contact the office

Our purpose is to help people who are struggling to find a place to live. We help our customers to stay in their homes comfortably, so that they can live the life they choose.

Westmill Community Association is dedicated to supporting our local residents. In 2018 the committee felt there was a need for a defibrillator, accessible to all , so a huge effort was made by the community to raise the £1800 needed.
Our Friendship club made generous donations. The Hitchin Community Choir held a concert and donated the proceedings. Nearly new sales and crowdfunding efforts, along with support from neighbours on the Westmill Estate meant that we raised the funds in a year. Working together the defibrillator was installed and registered in 2020. The Defibrillator is located on the outside of the building near the main entrance.

You can talk about your issue with a trained adviser online. We’ll try to help you solve your problem or make good progress towards it. In some cases, we might need to send you to your local Citizens Advice or a specialist organisation.

Chat’s usually available 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. It’s not available on public holidays.

The Cabin
Wilshere-Dacre Junior Academy
Fishponds Road

If you’ve experienced a hate crime or hate incident, you can report it to the police, or you can come to us to report it. One of our trained staff will help you through the process. You can also report it if you saw a hate crime happen to someone else.

If you’re not sure if what happened was a hate crime, you can check if something is a hate crime.

When you report the incident, we will record what happened, then follow up with the police on your behalf.

The police might also investigate if you’ve experienced more than one hate incident – for example, if someone keeps harassing you. If you’re in this situation, you should report each incident to the police so they have a record.

If you don’t want to go to the police yourself, you can come to us to report it for you

In an emergency, you should call 999.

Our Service. Run From Wesmill Community Centre Contact:

Richard Fihosy (Provision Manager)

07399 732 761

[email protected]

Our team of professionals have a combined experience of over 50 years working in children and young people’s services, including education, sport, mentoring and residential care. Each of our programmes provide the opportunity for students to:
Understand their own physical and mental health, and;
Build positive relationships
Through 1-1 support we will help our students:
Recognise their barriers to learning;
Identify and self regulate anxiety, stress and emotions, plus;
Learn essential skills to transition from adolescence to adulthood.

Meetings held every Wednesday 10am to 12 noon in our Purple room


Call Mind Infoline
0300 123 3393

Email us

Get in touch at [email protected]. We’ll try to get back to you in 5 working days.

We run a warm space every Thursday in our purple room 9am to 2pm.

Come join us for a drink and chat. Maybe watch a film or get involved with the crafts and activities.

A good way to meet new people and gain friends

During term time you can enjoy a free lunch made by the students of the school, that runs at the centre.

Everyone welcome, children must be accompanied by an adult