Adult Services

Sycamore Trust U.K. offers a range of services designed for adults with Autistic Spectrum Disorders and other related conditions

Havering Autism Hub

The Hub provides advice on a range of issues affecting autistic adults in the Havering area and is a source of information on a variety of different subjects.

It provides a safe place for people with autism to come for support, social interaction and to develop new skills.

It raises awareness of autism within the broader community in order to ensure autism friendly communities, employers and opportunities.

The Havering Autism Hub is funded by the London Borough of Havering and can be found in the Liberty Centre, in Laurie Walk, close to the entrance to Romford Market.

The hub provides:

  • Signposting & advice
  • Havering Autistic Steering Group
  • Family Support
  • Havering Adult Peer Support Group
  • Sensory Room
  • Havering Parent Support Group
  • Youth Clubs
  • Autism Ambassadors
  • Volunteering
  • Outreach
  • Autism awareness

Havering Autism Hub

Unit H14, Laurie Walk, Liberty Shopping Centre, Romford, RM1 3RT

Tel: 01708 749816


Opening Hours

Tuesday 10am to 2pm

Wednesday 10am to 2pm

Thursday 10am to 2pm

Friday 10am to 2pm


18-30 Group

This group was set up with the aim of providing a safe and structured environment for 18-30 year olds with Autistic Spectrum Disorders and / or Learning Disabilities.

The club is designed to improve confidence particularly in social situations, independent living skills and raise self-esteem. The club is the perfect opportunity to meet new people and build social and life skills as well as experiencing different and possibly new activities. Each member has the opportunity to plan the activity schedule which is entirely user led.

Previous sessions have included such activities as cooking, games night, quizzes, life skills and many trips into the community such as cinema visits, bowling, meals out and many others. We have two sessions a month on the 2nd Friday (which is held in the club) and a session on the 4th (which is held out in the community).

The group is supported by experienced workers who encourage and empower the users while at the sessions.

At present, the group is currently full, and we are not adding to the waiting list - this webpage will be updated in due course when the situation changes.

If you would like more information on the 18-30 Club please email