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About us

West Euston Partnership is a community charity working with local people, businesses and organisations to tackle inequalities in health and employment. We run free training and activities aimed at improving quality of life for people in the area. Please contact us at to find out more about what we are doing to support our community throughout this period.

We provide inclusive services, support and information for all West Euston residents.

Our team works tirelessly to break down barriers to social and economic inclusion and promote shared values. We’re aware that ethnic differences become a source of tension when neighbourhoods are deprived of opportunities and residents feel left behind. We listen to the concerns of local people and publicly support their needs through fundraised projects.

Our history

The charity was established in 1992 by West Euston locals who were fed up with street fighting, racial tension and surmounting poverty. Our first advocates were drawn together to pledge better safety, improved opportunities for youths and access to public services.

Registered as a charity since 2008. We work in a broad coalition of public, private and voluntary stakeholders.

In over two decades we’ve built and nurtured strong relationships with volunteers and residents. We’ve partnered with local schools, businesses and non-profit organisations, including Camden Council. We’ve always provided free and vital resources that help local people to improve their chances of leading healthy and prosperous lives in West Euston.

Future vision

Our dream is for West Euston to thrive and prosper as a community. We’ll continue striving to support and implement policies that bring better services to the area, reduce racial and class divisions and resolve tensions between different ethnic and generation groups.

We'll continue to counter rising trends in inequality, to improve local opportunities and promote an inclusive community.

In the past 30 years local regeneration has seen £50 million invested in area development. Yet in 2017 almost half the children in Camden are in poverty and lack adequate choices that could secure them a brighter future. Almost half Camden’s elderly are living in social isolation and economic deprivation. Crime and youth employment are disproportionately high for London.

High deprivation levels correlate to rising cost of housing in the area. Ethnic groups are evermore vulnerable as living costs continue to rise. We can tackle inequality by strengthening partnerships with local stakeholders and through charitable grants and initiatives.

Join us in fighting inequality by either making a donation or volunteering to help today