Community Centre update
In light of restrictions being lifted in London, the Community Centre is slowly resuming activities in a safe and secure manner. Booking onto any of our activities is essential. You can see what’s on and book here:
Communtiy Centre activity schedule
Our community’s wellbeing is our top priority and we will only be fully opening up activities when we are confident that we can keep our community centre members and staff safe and happy.
Our online Community Centre: Activities Against Isolation
We are committed to keeping in touch and offering ways to socialise and stay active. If you would like to take part in activities but prefer to stay at home, we’ve launched a new online platform for community activities on Facebook.
The Community Centre
The Community Centre has something for everyone. We hold a range of free social, fitness, health and learning activites or you can come in for a cup of tea and a chat.
Unfortunately the centre is currently closed and we’ve had to temporarily stop running all face-to-face activities. Our community’s wellbeing is our top priority and we will be introducing additional activities only if we’re confident that we can keep our community centre members and staff safe and happy.
Until it is safe to open our doors again and welcome you back, please go to our online community group on Facebook, ‘Activities Against Isolation‘.
The Befriending Service
If you are experiencing loneliness, or want to make a new friend without leaving home – our befriending project might be for you. The project brings together people with shared interests for a regular conversation over the phone.Find out more
Support the Wellbeing Centre
Through supporting the Wellbeing Centre you will enable isolated older people to build social connections, stay healthy, and learn new skills. You can set up a regular or one-off donation through clicking the link below, or get in touch with our Development team to discuss other ways of supporting the Centre: