The Centre offers rooms and facilities to a variety of organisations which are active in caring, counselling, rehabilitation and community welfare.

Other groups who follow similar interests, particularly those working for the benefit of young people, are welcome to use the premises.

The leading care and research charity for people with all forms of dementia, their families and carers.

Tel: 01603 763857

Provides a comprehensive and integrated service for children and adults with Asperger Syndrome. Assists those with Asperger Syndrome, their families and others who come into contact with them.

Tel: 01603 620500

An independent, not-for-profit organisation designed to help dyslexia in any way possible. They work on a voluntary and confidential basis.

Tel: 01603 766761

Norfolk Family Mediation Service is a charity dedicated to limiting the pain and cost of divorce, separation, child contact issues and family disputes.

We know the breakup of any relationship is painful and difficult, especially if children are involved. With the support of a professionally trained mediator, we can help you and your ex reach agreements to help you move forward, including childcare arrangements or how to divide property and finances.
Mediation is free for those on very low incomes who are eligible for Legal Aid, and costs between £120 and £180 for paying clients so it is a cheaper, less stressful alternative than a battle through the Courts.
We offer appointments here at the Charing Cross Centre Monday to Friday, providing a safe, impartial place to discuss the terms of your separation.

We aim to see clients within a fortnight of your call, helping you move forward and build a new future as quickly and effectively as possible.

For more information call our experienced team on 01603 620588,
or find out more about family mediation and its benefits by visiting

Charing Cross Centre Opening Hours

Charing Cross Centre will be closed on Mondays during this lockdown but remains open Tuesdays to Fridays 8am to 6pm.

Because of the need for 1m+ Social distancing please note that our room capacities have changed to: 
Stanley Cooper Hall 14 people, Lounge 6 people, Study 4 People.  These figures are for people seated at desks. 
For Lecture style seating the maximum capacity is Hall 15 people, Lounge 8 people, Study 8 people.

We have all our COVID-19 precautions in place and you are very welcome to inspect our risk assessment and ask about our measures to make the Centre safe. This will give you the assurances you need.

Please contact the Centre Manager on