The St Pancras and Somers Town Living Centre
The Living Centre is supported by the Crick. It’s open to everyone whether you want to find a job, improve your health, make new friends or if you need support during the pandemic. You’ll find advice and activities for families, youth, the retired and job seekers, as well as essential health services.
More about the Living Centre
Welcome to the Crick
Free fun events at the Crick
From free cinema to family fun days, come in for one of our free events or just drop into our café. Did you know that we run tours of the Crick for people living nearby? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Drop into the Living Centre at 2 Ossulston Street for support during the pandemic, or visit the Living Centre's website for more information about:
- Food club
- Flu vaccinations
- Help with online access
Community chest and community groups
Community Chest funding
Are you from a local community group?
We provide free art-science workshops and tours of the institute for not-for-profit organisations – and often work in partnership with local groups on events and projects.
Get in touch with Hannah at email@example.com to find out more.
Family Zone and work experience
Do you have children at primary school? If so, check out our Family Zone! Packed full of fun and inspiring science activities to keep your family's brains fizzing and hands creating. Everything is free, fun and simple so take a look for crazy crafting, kitchen experiments and a chance to meet our brilliant scientists.Explore the family zone
Work experience at the Crick
Did you know that the Crick offers work experience to students living or studying in Camden? Work experience placements are a great way to explore the wide range of roles essential to the work of the Crick. If you’re a state school student between 14 and 19 years old, and you live or study in Camden, you can apply for a virtual work experience placement (at certain times of the year).Find out more about work experience
Directory of local services
Hannah Camm is the Crick’s community engagement manager, acting as a bridge between the Crick and the Somers Town community.
If you live locally or are involved in a local project, feel free to get in touch with Hannah on 020 3796 1066 or firstname.lastname@example.org.