Advice Drop in at our Woolwich Office:

Mondays:                2pm to 4pm
Wednesdays:         10am to 12noon 


Telephone Advice and Appointments: 020 8854 8848 
Thursdays:              2pm to 5pm
Fridays:                   10am to 1pm

Answerphone when out of Telephone Advice Service hours.

We will call you back as soon as possible and no later than the next Telephone Advice Service.

Email Enquiries: [email protected]


Fax: 020 8317 2316


Greenwich Migrant Hub:

Tuesdays:               10:30am to 1:30pm
Address:                 Woolwich Common Community Centre, Leslie Smith Square, London SE18 4DW
Buses:                     469, 161, 122, 244, 178.


Woolwich Office:

Open:                      Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm (closed public holidays)
Address:                 36 Wellington Street, London SE18 6PE
Buses:                     53, 54, 177, 180, 242, 386, 422, 486.
ClockHouse Advice Hub:
Tuesdays:                 9:30am to 12:30pm
Address:                   Clockhouse Community Centre, Defiance Walk, Royal Arsenal, London SE18 5QL
Buses:                      177


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