About The Telegraph Hill Centre

Telegraph Hill Centre was opened in 1972 by Bishop Trevor Huddleston the anti-apartheid campaigner, and Glenda Jackson the actor and social campaigner. It’s a venue where communities, local entrepreneurs and independent, social businesses can come together to trade, learn, grow and collaborate.

History Timeline

View a history of St Catharine’s church as a time line

History In Detail

Read a more detailed history of St Catharine’s church and the Telegraph Hill Centre

Improvements to the spaces which sustain the diverse Community are paid for by hiring out spaces for activities, and the annual Community Mission Grant, generously donated by St Catherine’s Church.

Want to hire a space?

Spaces are available to hire for an affordable rate, from Monday to Saturday.