Wytham Hall (pronounced White’m) in North Kensington is a charitable organisation which provides support and accommodation to 25 people with a history of homelessness, many of them long-term rough sleepers, with the aim of enabling them to return to a more normal life.

Wytham Hall is a charity providing housing and support to homeless adults who have a connection to Westminster. We have 25 places spread over four different properties in North Westminster and offer low to medium level support. Many residents have a history of alcohol or drug problems and will need to be at a stage when they can maintain abstinence while resident at Wytham Hall.

We aim to understand our residents’ individual personality, background and health needs and offer appropriate personalised support.

The organisation is run by a dedicated and experienced staff team, which is in turn supervised by a Board of Directors.


for postgraduate painting students from Chelsea, RA Schools, City & Guilds, Slade, Wimbledon,
Central St Martin’s, Goldsmiths, Royal College of Art, University of East London and Turps Art School.

£6,000.00 is offered for up to six large-scale paintings
to brighten the public rooms at Wytham Hall.

Electronic applications (up to six pictures) will be accepted from 1 January 2018, with a closing date of 1 March 2018.  Shortlisted candidates will be invited to bring their paintings to
Wytham Hall, and the winners will be announced during March.

Click here for further information and full details on how to apply. A virtual tour of the rooms will be available very shortly.

“It doesn’t look like a hostel. It doesn’t feel like a hostel
and it doesn’t smell like a hostel.”