The London Tamil Centre (LTC) is one of the leading voluntary organisations in the entire UK Tamil Community. It is renowned for its management and outstanding contribution to the local community in general and to the Tamils in particular.
LTC incorporates three distinct services: mother tongue classes, youth development programmes and care for the elderly. For the sake of efficiency and administrative convenience, these activities are under the direct supervision of two sub committees, managed under the umbrella of Tamil School and Tamil Elders Drop-in Centre.
The Tamil school conducts Tamil Language and Fine Arts classes at Wembley High Technology College on Sundays. It also offers youth development and mentoring programmes on Sundays and in the evenings on weekdays at the LTC premises.
(a) To advance the education of Tamil-speaking people for the benefit of the public in Tamil language, music, dance, drama, speech and general and religious education in the United Kingdom.
(b) To provide, in the interest of social welfare, facilities for recreation or other leisure-time occupation for those who need them by reason of their youth, age, infirmity or disablement, poverty or social and economic circumstances with the object of improving the conditions of life of those for whom they are primarily intended.
(c) To relieve the elderly, sick or disabled in such ways as the Charity Trustees think fit.