Reach Out featured in Westcombe News

Thank you so much to Polly Morgan and the Westcombe News for this incredible article about our Reach Out Project in the current March 2024 issue!

What a testimonial this is from a Reach Out family member:
“For us as a family, Reach Out provides a service that is invaluable, giving us the comfort of knowing mum has a happy place. Mum now has a wider circle of friends and friendly faces that she engages with and consistently feels part of an ever-increasing group that is mutually supportive. My mum is happier, more engaged and more fulfilled thanks to Reach Out, Mycenae House, the staff and people that make use of the opportunities on offer. Our thanks are only matched by how grateful we are that Reach Out exists, helping keep my mum and so many others away from loneliness and isolation

The award winning Westcombe News is a free, monthly newspaper written, produced and delivered by The Westcombe Society to over 4,000 homes and businesses by local volunteers.

Read the article in full on page 5 of the Westcombe News here


Jan-Jul 24 Magazine

Our January-July 2024 What’s On Magazine is due back from the printers soon, pop in and pick up a copy once it arrives or read online now via

Find out more about:
– the latest news and updates
– the regular programme of activities
– venue hire
– our Reach Out Projects
– upcoming live music events


British Citizen Award

Incredibly proud of Deborah, our Reach Out Projects Coordinator, who will be receiving The British Citizen Award in the January 2024 Roll of Honour.

Deborah, along with School Community Librarian Jennifer Allen, will be honoured with The British Citizen Award for Services to Community, receiving the coveted BCA Medal of Honour for their partnership work to develop intergenerational projects between Mycenae House and The John Roan School, as well other local schools.

Read the full press release below.


Exposure Exhibition

Brand new exhibition ‘Water, Water Everywhere…’ by Greenwich Photography Collective ‘Exposure’ now on display for January – February 2024

Exposure is an amateur photography group made up of eight diverse local amateur photographers – Angela Fletcher, Malcom Fletcher, Melanie Godson, Catherine Riney, Lorena Cuervo, Miranda Beard, Guy Morgan, Caroline Williams. This will be their 10th exhibition together. They always like to work with a theme, this time it is ‘Water, Water Everywhere…’, showing how each photographer uniquely interprets it through their own lens on the world around them.


Ian Cook Exhibition

New photography exhibition by Ian Cook now on display on the ground and 1st floors here.

Ian is a very well travelled and highly experienced professional photographer with an unrivalled pedigree. He’s also local to Mycenae House and a regular user of the centre. We are delighted to show more of his work. Here he exhibits a broad mix of famous people, world wide locations, stunning landscapes and even local hot spots.

Exhibition runs throughout December 2023 during opening hours.


Julie Ruck Photography Exhibiton

The Way I see Things…
Photography by Julie Ruck

We are delighted to present this new photography exhibition from local photographer Julie Ruck, pop in during opening hours this November to view the work on display on the ground floor.

Julie’s vision will turn you upside down and inside out. She sees wonder in puddles and magic in the ordinary. Her photographs open doors and invite you into different worlds…I love them.” – Anne McNeil, Editor, Empathy Lab volunteer


Doreen Whitter Exhibition

In conjunction with Royal Greenwich Black History 365 we are delighted to present Vintage Voices by Doreen Whitter, an exhibition using photo manipulation to explore Black Female Identity & Women of Vintage – Empowerment, Connection & Discrimination.

On display now on the ground and first floors at Mycenae House during opening hours.

Doreen’s work is about identity and self image in the digital age of selfies, mobile phones and social media. Turning these things on their head, Doreen uses these instant means but carefully curates and manipulates her self portraiture in a unique, challenging and though provoking way.


Autumn 2023 Magazine

Our Autumn/Winter 2023 What’s On Magazine is out now, pop in and pick up a copy or read online via

Find out more about:
– the latest news and updates
– the regular programme of activities
– room hire for weddings + parties
– our Reach Out Projects
– upcoming live music, Black History Month and comedy club events


Summer Holidays 2023

Keep the children entertained throughout the 2023 summer holidays here at Mycenae House with an array of activities and classes for families & children, including Music, Drama, Engineering, Games, Theatre, Coding, Concerts & more! Enjoy our Family Friendly Café Bar, Free Wifi and the great outdoors in Mycenae Gardens!

24/26/28/31 July-2/4 Aug 9am-1pm
LinguaPlay Russian Club 3-6yrs

25-27 July 10am-4pm
Engineering Minds 5-11yrs

26-28 Jul + 4 Aug 10.45am + 12.15pm
Ukulele Workshops 2-7yrs

26 Jul + 7 Aug 10am-12pm
Paint A Pony family art workshop 7yrs+

Sunday 30 July 12-6pm
Summer Sizzler Free Family Festival All Ages

31 July-3 August 9.30am-3.30pm
Young Musicians Club 7-10yrs

Thursdays 3-24 August 10am + 11am
Baby Sensory birth-13mths

8-10 August 9am-3pm
JK Performing Arts 4+yrs

14-18 August 9am-3.30pm
Bo-Peeps Pre-School 3-5yrs

24 August 4pm
Bach To Baby concert All Ages

Mondays + Wednesdays 10am
diddi dance 16months – 5yrs


Aperture Woolwich Photographic Exhibition 2023

We are delighted to welcome back the Aperture Woolwich Photographic Society members for an exhibition of photographs of the finest quality.

The Society who meet weekly for training and mutual support have long set the standard for the best possible work made at a local level.

Come and enjoy their work during opening hours at Mycenae House throughout May and June 2023.

Visit to find out more about the Society.