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Marylebone Project Women's Day Centre

The Marylebone Project Women's Day Centre is a day centre for women who need housing, whether they are sleeping rough, in temporary or insecure accommodation, or if they are feeling lonely, isolated or simply need a safe place away from domestic violence or abuse. No referral is necessary.

Facilities include

  • showers
  • clothing store (rough sleepers only)
  • laundry
  • luggage store (rough sleepers only)

Sandwiches are available at lunchtime, 12 noon - 1pm Monday to Thursday (subject to availability).

Advice services: We offer information and advice on:

  •  Benefits
  •  Immigration

Education and Training Programme:

  • Career guidance (help in writing C.V., finding training courses, voluntary work and employment)


  • ESOL
  • Literacy with IT
  • Introduction to IT
  • CLAIT (Computer Literacy and Information Technology)

Internet access

We are a UK Online Centre and offer open access sessions (Tues, Wed, Thurs) where women can book to use a computer.  These sessions are run by our IT support Worker, who is there to give help when needed.

Group Activities:

  • Relaxation class
  • Health promotion workshops
  • Art Group
  • Bingo
  • Supper Club

The centre also provides space to talk on a one-to-one basis, discussion groups, and a prayer/reflection group.

Open Hours

Rough sleepers drop-in: Monday - Friday 9.30am - 12noon

Advice and Information -  by appointment only Monday - Thursday  9.30am - 12noon

General drop-in Monday - Thursday 12noon - 3.30pm.

Phone hours: Monday - Friday 9am-5pm.

The centre is wheelchair accessible.

To find out more, go to: 

1-5 Cosway Street, London, NW1 5NR
020 7262 3818
020 7402 8752

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Living quarters provided for public convenience.
The act of violence or willful neglect within a family.
Services only available to women.