Pembury Children’s Community
Enabling young people to get the best out of life
Watch this film to find out more about our Children's Community programme
The Pembury Children's Community aims to improve the lives of the 1,000 children and young people and their families living on and around the Pembury estate in Hackney.
Pembury residents have this vision for their estate by 2025:
- A neighbourhood where people are proud to live
- A community where people from all backgrounds come together, where everyone matters and there are opportunities for all
- A place where young people are encouraged, inspired and empowered to get the best out of life
What have we achieved so far?
The Children’s Community started in 2015 and is led by Peabody and Hackney Council. Here's a summary of what we've achieved so far. Please note that the Children's Community is being evaluated by Sheffield Hallam University – you can read their Year 1 summary evaluation report here.
If you would like to know out more about the Children's Community partnership, including our 2025 goals, theory of change and evaluation, or about the national Childrens's Community programme click here.
What’s on offer and how do I get involved?
If you’re a Pembury resident, or live locally, you can find out more here.
We organise a range of activities for residents of all ages: from reading clubs and young children through to social events for older people.