Laburnum Boat Club is a community boating project.
- youth club,
- sports club for young people with disabilities,
- family club,
- adult canoe club,
- schools sessions.
- there are three narrow boats for hire,
- a vocational employment training programme,
- programme for adults with mental health issues.
If you have a child with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), you may be able to get a ‘Short Break’ at this service. Click here to find out more.
Time / Date Details
Wednesday 7.30pm - 9.30pm
During school term-time
What to do if you have a complaint
STEP 1: Talk to the person concerned
STEP 2: If you are not satisfied, you can speak to the Club Co-ordinator: Jim Armstrong 020 7729 2915 Or write to him at : Laburnum Boat Club Laburnum Street E2 8BH
STEP 3: If you are still not satisfied, or you do not get a reply within five working days, or you have a reason for not contacting him directly, you can write to the Chair of the Management Committee, Patrick Hammill, at the above address. Mark the envelope “PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL” and it will be sent on un-opened.
STEP 4: If you are not satisfied, or do not get a reply within ten working days, or you have a reason for not contacting him directly, you can write to the Charity Commission on: Charity Commission Direct PO Box 1227 LIVERPOOL L69 3 UG Phone: 0845 3000 219 Fax: 0845 3000 219
How to Get Here
Buses: 67, 149, 242, 243, 394
Tube: Old Street, Liverpool Street
Train: Haggerston, Homerton, Liverpool Street
Parking: Pay & Display
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