Alford House is a youth club based in North Lambeth open to all young people aged 8-21 and to 25 for those with special needs.
Its purpose is to promote the well-being, training and recreation of the young people of Lambeth.
Alford House achieves this through a diverse variety of creative and recreational activities from roller skating to music production. It provides support to vulnerable young people in a safe and secure environment that is managed by our dedicated team of staff and volunteers.
Mill Hill School and the Old Millhillians Club have supported the Club since the death of Frank Briant in 1934. At a formal level the Mill Hill connection provides Trustees to be Governors of the Club bringing their diverse experience and expertise to this importance role. The School, Old Millhillians and former members of staff have been generous donors of time and money over the years.
The Trustees have an exciting plan for the refurbishment of the building which has been the Club’s home since 1950 to give the Club’s management what it needs to serve the young people of the area in the 2020s.
There will be an open opportunity as soon as this is possible for Old Millhillians to visit Alford House, to see it in action and learn about the plans for the future.If you are interested in this or indeed for more information about any aspect of Alford Houseplease contact the Chair of Trustees, Nick Priestnall