Meet the Team


Mental Fight Club

Mental Fight Club (MFC) is a charity delivering imaginative events for people of all mental experience. The flagship programme is The Dragon Café – a thriving arts and health space that has been running since 2012 from the crypt of St George the Martyr in Borough.

MFC uses their mental health expertise to design models of support which meld the arts and social interaction. Events are open to all, inspire resilience, and support recovery from life’s many challenges. MFC exists to bring people together and create joyful experiences.


Shoe Lane Library

Shoe Lane Library is one of the five libraries managed by the City of London Corporation and has built a great reputation for its engagement of City workers and residents through talks, play provision and events. Located within walking distance of St. Paul's Cathedral, Shoe Lane Library has earned its standing as the sanctuary in the heart of the City, providing a comfortable space for its users as well as a comprehensive offering of books, CDs, DVDs and maps. The children's section is especially popular, with a colourful corner of the library devoted to the City's youngest residents and visitors.

To join the library, sign up online or visit us in person.



The City of London Corporation provides local authority services for the City of London, also known as the Square Mile. The residential population of this small area is approximately 8,000 people, however over 400,000 people commute into the City every day for work and over 10 million visit as tourists each year. Home to the financial district and historic centre of London, it is one of the 33 areas with local authority responsibilities into which the capital is divided, with a uniquely wide-ranging remit that goes beyond that of an ordinary local authority, with three main aims: to support and promote London and the world’s leading international financial and business centre; to work in partnership with local communities to increase skills, employment and opportunities for all Londoners, and to enhance the capital as a hub of culture, history, and green spaces for all.