Performer at the Crick's 2019 Discovery Day.

On your doorstep

Are you one of our neighbours? We have lots on offer, from free events to funding for local projects. For more info, email Hannah at engage@crick.ac.uk, call 020 3796 1066 or read on to find out more.

More about the Living Centre

What's on at the Living Centre?

Pop in to the centre on Ossulston Street and find out more.

Take a look at the full calendar of events >

They make you believe in yourself.
Luis, supported by the Somers Town Job Hub, based at the Living Centre. He now works at the Crick.

The Crick

Brilliant! Really good event
Parent at family Discovery Day 2019 - double thumbs up from 7 year old son

What's on at the Crick?

Our events and exhibitions are all listed on our calendar.

See what's on

Community chest and community groups

Community Chest funding

Visitors at the Crick's Discovery Day in 2019.

Do you know about a local project that needs funds? We might be able to help. The Crick funds local projects about health and wellbeing within one mile of the Crick. Download our guide to the Community Chest, email us on engage@crick.ac.uk or call on 020 3796 3848. The closing date for the next round of applications is Friday 29 May 2020.

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 engage@crick.ac.uk to find out more.

Teenagers on a tour of the Crick

Find us

Living Centre map

Find us

The Living Centre
2 Ossulston Street
London NW1 1DF

The Francis Crick Institute
1 Midland Road
London NW1 1AT

Meet Hannah

Meet Hannah

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 engage@crick.ac.uk.
 

Image of Hannah Camm.

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