19th April - Annual General Meeting - This has been postponed until further notice (updated 18/04/18)

22 amazing LATCH supporters came out on Wednesday night to beat the Beast of the East....

...and to sample the delicious 4-course eat-all-you-can Chinese New Year meal at The Peking Diner in Burnt Ash Lane. The evening was a great success and raised £594 in the process. Thank you Rita for the warm hospitality, fab service & food. The raffle was generously sponsored by friends and local businesses including Stella & Dot, Boots of Bromley, Waitrose of Burnt Ash Lane, Sainsbury's Bromley and the Peking Diner!



LATCH Chair Duncan Aitkins & Mayor Kathy Bance

Thanks to all our speakers including Patrick Mulrenan, Senior Lecturer from London Met Uni and the team from Bromley NHS CCG, Daniel and Juliana who are transforming the way we look and handle mental health in the borough.

We are so proud of all our clients and hosts, alike, who contributed so openly to give us an insight into the emotional and psychological impact of being homeless and how this compares to present day, following the intervention and help of organisations such as LATCH and Bromley Homeless Shelter.

Special thanks to Tamasha Restaurant of Widmore Road for sponsoring us with the most delicious curry and samosas which were a most welcome addition to the evening for our guests, including Mayor Kathy Bance, who we will look forward to inviting back as Councillor for future lively discussions and debate!



28th Feb - Fundraiser: Chinese New Year Meal

£20.00/head 4-Course Meal & CNY Raffle

Venue: Peking Diner, 71 Burnt Ash Lane /  Time: 7pm onwards - Please RSVP asap


28th Mar - First Hosts' Social - Cheese & Wine

Venue: Shortlands Room, Bromley URC  / Time: 6.30pm onwards


19th April - AGM - This has been postponed until further notice (18/04/18)

Venue : Verrall Hall, Bromley URC / Time: 7-9pm



20th June - LATCH Seminar 002

Hidden Homelessness - Factors contributing to Homelessness Amongst Women

The next in our series of information evenings to raise awareness of the needs of the hidden homeless and how we can best support them as a community.


14th July - Fundraiser: Burnt Ash Lane F U N D A Y 

An opportunity for the Youth Community (Schools, Uniformed Groups and those participating in Awards Schemes such as Duke of Edinburgh or Faith In Action) to create and help run games and arts & craft stalls for other youngsters at Funday!  All proceeds for the LATCH Project.


26th Aug - Fundrsiser: Annual Tamasha Curry Lunch

£20.00 - Eat all you can buffet with live entertainment and Raffle sponsored by local businesses.

Venue: Tamasha Restaurant, Widmore Rd, Bromley

Time: 12.30pm onwards


17th Oct - LATCH Seminar 003

Hidden Homelessness - factors

The last of this year's information evenings to raise awareness of the needs of the hidden homeless and how we can best support them as a community.

Venue: The Chapel, Bromley URC / Time: 7-9pm


22nd Nov - Fundraiser: Performing Arts Night in aid of LATCH

Watch this space as we work with a number of local performance arts groups, orchestras and choirs to create an evening of relaxation.

Venue & Time: to be confirmed


20th Dec – Christmas Carols at Bromley South

Do you hum or sing!? Choirs of supportive voices needed.

Venue: Bromley South Station / Time: 5.30pm onwards


Tamasha Curry Lunch

We are always excited about the Annual Curry Lunch at Tamasha Restaurant and this year was no exception. We welcomed a warm turnout of friends and supporters who so kindly participate in this delicious annual event in support of the LATCH Project!

Once again, the Eat-All-You-Can buffet gathering served as a perfect opportunity to get to know one another as supporters, concerned for the Homeless. The food was delicious whilst the ever attentive warmth of Tamasha's staff was a credit to Owner Mr Tarat who continues to support LATCH so generously. Tamasha accepts only half of the £20 ticket price for the meal and the other half is a direct donation to LATCH by all those who attend.

After the meal, we said a fond farewell to LATCH team member Alexandra Coeln who has always worked with such grace and cheer. Alex moves on to pastures new in fashion PR and Marketing. With that, the LATCH Summer Raffle kicked off with an assortment of prizes donated by our supporters and local businesses. Again, we thank all those who attended for making it such a memorable occasion and for their kindness in spirit and in giving of their time for the Homeless.


Ladies Night 

Save the date! LATCH Ladies Night is returning on Wednesday 8th November at the lovely Friends Of Mine in Beckenham.

We are now seeking sponsors and volunteers to get involved in one our biggest fundraisers of the year. If you have a beauty-, fashion- or gifts-related business, please get in touch to find out more about booking a table to sell your products and/or service on the night, or making a donation for the Ladies Night Raffle to be drawn on the night.

Find out more about booking fees and donations by contacting

Ladies Night nov 2016

Christmas Carols

On the 7th of December we will be having our annual Christmas Carols at the URC. The service will be led by LATCH Chair Rev. Duncan Aitkins with participation in festive music and song from some, but hopefully all of our guests.

The service will be followed by festive drinks and nibbles including some mulled wine and mince pies to kick off the festive season cheer!

Christmas Movie Screening 

Watch this space for more info

Homeless Sunday - January 2018

We look forward to a collaboration with many of the Bromley parishes on a project of participation, themed on Homeless Sunday, to raise much needed support and awareness for UK's ever growing number of homeless people, on one dedicated day in January 2018.  Updates soon. Learn more here:

Homesless Sunday 2016 PRAYER Homeless Sunday prayer from January 2017

Quiz Night at St Joseph's Church Hall 2016 was a great success and we raised over £500. 

Quiz night edit

Lots of fun was had by all the teams, solving riddles and retrieving those facts from the back of our memories. A great raffle too, with thanks to many local businesses who so generously donated prizes.