PLUSHSE16 x HUBSE16 is what happens when business meets community. HUBSE16, a Social Enterprise, an organic addition to our community, is our plan to deliver more for the community in the face of adversity.
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PLUSHSE16 IS HUBSE16
Building on community, PlushSE16 is a place that promotes existing culture and entrepreneurship through music, food and everyday services.
Plush SE16 welcomes various kinds of groupings with a mass scale of opportunity by attracting and increasing visitors to Southwark – through a more informal welcoming setup of local services spanning 20 years.
Plush is a HUB that already exists, but we are working with a vision to make it a sustainable establishment that stands the test of regeneration and development.
We champion a permanent home in SE16 that supports us in harnessing culture in the community. People from all walks of life feel enabled when space is available to gather with purpose.
DISPLACEMENT IS OUR REALITY
We are a SE16 business in the community in The London Borough of Southwark, deep rooted in cultural integration through the everyday exchange.
Our community consists of people of all walks and professions, from Pastors to Actors to people with no fixed abode or fighting Homelessness. We harness people daily and fight for our right to place to build capacity and curate thriving sustainable futures through community trade.
We have birthed a Community Interest arm of our business which through collective community, want to deliver a series of focus workshops to archive our presence as part of Southwark history.