The Stephen Wiltshire Centre is a purpose-built specialist centre for children with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) and their families, who live in Hammersmith & Fulham. The Centre is named after Stephen Wiltshire; an artist who has autism and attended Queensmill School in Hammersmith. The Centre opened on the 12th March 2018.
This specialist hub is delivering a range of activities, information and support in partnership with local services and agencies - families can meet professionals and peers, as well as take part in family fun days, drop in advice sessions and short breaks including holiday schemes.
Events and activities
- Family Sunday Fun Days at The Stephen Wiltshire Centre
- Stay and Play at The Stephen Wiltshire Centre (Under 5's)
- Advice drop-in sessions for parents and young people with SEND
- Pip Squeak! (for pre-schoolers with hearing loss)
- Welfare and benefits advice drop-in sessions
We want parents to be involved in the development of the centre. If you would like to give us any feedback, please contact us using the contact details below.
Any organisations wanting to run workshops, trainings, or surgeries for parents/carers or young people with SEND are welcome to use the centre too -- just contact Scott Tweed (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Please download and view The Stephen Wiltshire leaflet below to find out more about what we offer.
Match day parking
A list of dates of Fulham FC's football matches can be seen by clicking this link. Match day parking restrictions apply on these dates in zones X and Y. To see a map of the parking zones times and charges, please click here.
**Please note that this service is available only to residents of Hammersmith & Fulham. If you are interested in visiting the Centre for any of the activities, events or services listed and you live outside of the borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, please contact your Local Authority who may be able to fund sessions for you to attend. Details of costs for non-H&F residents are available from email@example.com