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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 Project featuring arts and expression, gentle exercise, relaxation, mindfulness and life skills. 

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.

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!

Read more about the Stuart Low Trust here.

  • This Friday…

    Friday 27 May – The Genius of Hancock.

    Tony Hancock was one of Britain’s most treasured comedy actors of the 1950s and 1960s. Andy Clayden and Mick Dawson of the Tony Hancock Appreciation Society will share some of their favourite moments of “the lad himself”.

    Full details of all our forthcoming Friday Evening Events here!

  • Choir tutor wanted

    After many years of dedication and commitment SLT’s present choir tutor is sadly leaving us. We are looking for a new tutor to lead our Tuesday evening (term time only) acapella choir at a venue near Archway tube in London.

    Full details and application form here.

  • Friday Evening Event volunteering opportunities

    SLT is currently recruiting for a number of volunteer roles – see here for more details.

  • What is the Stuart Low Trust?

    Find out more about who we are and what we do here.