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About the organisation

Regents Park Time Bank

To develop the capacity and skills of residents living on the Regents Park Estate and surroundng area. Anybody can join a time bank – all ages, all abilities, and people of all cultures. Everybody’s contribution is valued equally whatever the activity shared or exchanged. One hour = one time credit. Currently has over 350 family members and employs one part-time Outreach/Development Worker (Shamoli Mostafa) and one part-time Bengali female time bank broker (Shahanara Begum) who facilities one to one exchanges. Both organise shared group activities with the support of sessional teaching staff and volunteers. The time bank links people of diverse backgrounds and cultures together to share skills and knowledge with others and provide a helping hand. It recognises and values people’s contributions to the well-being of others and their community – participants earn time credits when they give their time, and spend time credits when they need a helping hand. Student volunteers will provide valuable assistance and support to the Time Bank in organising and running community activities and in facilitating sharing of skills and knowledge between members. The majority of current members are BAMER women from a very wide range of ethnic and cultural backgrounds who have over 500 children under 12 years of age. Our main activities we deliver are; After School & Homework Clubs on Wednesdays and Fridays from 4-7 pm during term-time for primary school age children; a varied school holiday programme of activities and trips for local families; a community adult learning programme for adults learning basic life skills including crafts, ESOL and English Clubs; a community sports tasters programme for all ages including badminton, dodgeball, football, tennis, boccia, men’s walking football, health walks, Zumba and many more. We also run intergenerational projects and events to bring the different generations together. Please note; our operation base is at the Crypt Centre, Munster Square, London NW1 3PL.



Are you a fun and friendly person? Do you relish a challenge? Do you enjoy helping with family activities?

Get involved with West Euston Time Bank’s Summer Family Activities Programme, with events ranging from picnics in the park, cooking sessions, gardening, painting and craft workshops, to movie-making, there are lots of opportunities for a keen volunteer to help with and to get their teeth stuck into.

Summer activities programme runs from 23rd July - 31st August.

LOCATION: West Euston



Role Aim: 

We are looking for committed and reliable volunteers to help run an exciting and wide ranging creative and educational family activities programme.

The West Euston Time Bank is a local self help registered charity. As a member you will be expected to provide some help & support in order for us to put on these activities and events.



Skills needed: 




The H Pod a small community centre nearby the University in the middle of a large Council housing estate.
Time commitment: 
1-5 hours per week
Opening times: 
The Time Bank Office is normally open 10 am - 4 pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays at the H Pod. You can give us a ring on 020 7383 4382 and or visit our web site or email us on