About The Centre
The Redmond Community Centre is the local hub for all residents and visitors to Woodberry Down in Hackney.
The centre was completed and opened by the Mayor of Hackney in February 2012.
The centre is managed by Manor House Development Trust which was formed in 2007.
Manor House Development Trust is a charitable social enterprise. We deliver and help other organisations to deliver community services which are value for money and create lasting benefits.
This approach allows the community to lead and determine its own future.
The Redmond Community Centre's team are always on hand to offer a warm welcome to everyone.
Gloria Obilana is the Centre Manager of Manor House Development Trust. She is a local resident who has lived on the Woodberry Down Estate over 30 years and has regularly taken part in various community schemes.
Simon Donovan is a London based Social Regeneration Specialist. He is the Chief Executive of Manor House Development Trust, which was recently awarded a Queens Award for Enterprise and was also named Impact Champion at the 2016 NatWestSE100 awards, in which Simon was also shortlisted as Leadership Champion.
Charlotte Donovan is the Project Officer of Manor House Development Trust. Originally from Milton Keynes, she has lived in Homerton, Hackney for the past two years.
Loredana Leska is one of the artist who has created pieces of artwork in reflection or inspiration of the 'connection' a daughter and a mother has. The Fame Star Youth got the opportunity to encapture her aspirations and work through an interview, as well as a chance to get an explaination behind some of her work.
Suhur Nur is a local resident. She has a passion for her local community.
Suhur Nur is a local resident. She has a passion for her local community. She is fluent in three languages.
Miriam Burke has a PhD in cultural geography from Royal Holloway, University of London. Her research focused on using participatory arts practices as a way to think about multi-species communities and social entanglements with more than human worlds in the anthropocene.
Evaluation & Impact Manager
Katherine is a social researcher and photographer based in London. She started volunteering for MHDT in 2015 for the PACT project and has been the Evaluation and Impact Manager since 2017. She completed her PhD based in Finsbury Park in cultural geography at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Jemma Morton is a Woodberry
Down resident. She started off as an apprentice before seeking employment at the Redmond Centre.