Association HouseWelcome.  We trust that you will enjoy reading this post and thank you in advance for browsing.

At Association House we aim to provide a lot in the way of T&T hospitality for all our friends, their friends and our members in London.  If you’re curious and would like to know more why not check out our other pages or, stop over on our heavily subscribed facebook page.  If you’re local (in Haringey or Hackney) or just visiting and want to get in touch, see our ‘Contact Us’ page for further.

For decades the Association has been the hub for the many ex-pats living in the UK and London, with a branch in Liverpool.  There is more about the history of Association House on our ‘About Us’ page.The T&T Association has its very own building that includes two residential flats, a learning resources centre on the first floor and a lower ground floor.  The lower ground floor is where we host our monthly meetings, get-togethers, special events etc.  We are currently home to a local Domino and ‘All Fours’ Clubs on Thursday and Friday evenings respectively.

On Sunday mornings a local church community hosts their services under our roof.

We can cater for those who want to hire or facilities for their own private functions or meetings with the use of the rear outdoor space if needed.

We were the place to be in London during the 2006 World Cup finals. We host several flagship events during the year, the most popular being our annual Carol Service (second Sunday in December) and the Trinity Sunday Service.  For several years our small but efficient executive committee, has hosted our annual Dinner/Dance, a black-tie event which gives our members, their families and friends an opportunity to come together and celebrate that which makes us unique in London.  It is always an evening that recognises true national pride!

Like many community groups, our numbers are dwindling but this has not dampened our efforts to promote the fun and more wonderful idiosyncratic aspects of the twin-island state of Trinidad & Tobago.

The Trinidad & Tobago High Commissioner is our patron and we have very good local connections with other local organisations, one of which is Haringey Association of Voluntary and Community Organisations (or HAVCO) who provide us with opportunities for training and networking with other agencies in the Borough.

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