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Welcome

The Stuart Low Trust (SLT) is a health promotion charity based in Islington, north London.

We run a variety of activities to help improve people’s wellbeing, especially those experiencing social isolation or mental distress. These include:

A Friday Evening Event which runs 52 weeks a year and provides an opportunity to socialise, nutritious refreshments and a different presentation or performance each week.

A Saturday Winter Project featuring arts and expression, gentle exercise, relaxation, mindfulness and life skills (includes women-only sessions). 

A Sunday Philosophy Forum, led by experienced philosophers from a variety of backgrounds.

Monthly outings to places of interest in or around the capital.

A weekly Gardening Project at Culpeper Community Garden, Islington.

A programme of narrowboat holidays and trips throughout the summer months.

Occasional life and work skills workshops and training courses.

All our activities are either free or low cost. We welcome participants regardless of their circumstances or area of residence.

No formal arrangements are required to attend our events – just come along and check us out!

  • This Friday…

    Friday 3 April (Good Friday) – Regent’s Revelations

    At the bicentenary of a spectacular Regent’s Canal fraud, Lester Hillman will explore the scandal and drama that surfaced two hundred years ago — and will plunge the depths to discover other surprises!

    Full details of all our forthcoming Friday Evening Events here!

  • Outing to Culpeper, Thursday 23 April

    Join us for a local outing to Culpeper Community Garden, Islington, and enjoy a picnic lunch in the (we hope!) sunshine - booking info here.

  • Philosophy Forum

    Our friendly philosophy discussion group resumes after Easter break on Sunday 19 April, 4.00 - 6.15pm in Archway N19. Get in touch for more details.

  • Meet Hannah

    The Stuart Low Trust’s new manager, Hannah Kalmanowitz, has been interviewed for the Islington Faces blog. Find out more about Hannah’s long association with Islington and why she’s so pleased to be involved in SLT here!