Working with the community since 1908


Thanks to generous financial support from The Band Trust and Hammersmith & Fulham Council, and working with Orsini-Brewin Architects and Kessey Construction, we have begun the first phase of our redevelopment, constructing workshops and studios in the basement and installing a lift to improve

Trustees wanted for BCH

We want to ensure we reflect the wide range of people in the borough

Bishop Creighton House (BCH) was established in 1908 and runs projects for local older and disabled people and families with children under five.

For almost a year now (I started on April 13th 2020), every week has started the same way.  Each Monday morning I spend a couple of hours calling local people to offer BCH's help and support and to have a friendly chat.

When the Coronavirus hit the UK in early 2020, I stopped my part time job with families and stayed at home, to avoid catching the virus. I spent my time with our cats, reading, watching movies at home, occasional shopping, phone and video calls to many family members and friends.

My BCH Volunteer story from 2006-2020  by Jacinta

The early years

Volunteers wanted on all projects


Keep Active Westminster has been shortlisted for a Westminster Community Award as 2018's outstanding organisation especially for the contribution to supporting older people within the city.  Congratulations to Liz Rickarby who runs Keep Active Westminster.

Hundreds of local people visited Bishop Creighton House on 15 May when it held a Health Day where they were able to learn about ‘getting active, being healthy and staying safe’.