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Abbey Community Centre 

Address:

222c Belsize Road
London
NW6 4DJ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7624 8378
 

Open:

Office hours 9am-4.30pm. Parent and toddler group Wed and Fri 9.45am-11.45am; creche Mon, Wed and Fri 1pm-3pm; older people's lunch club Wed and Fri 12 noon-1pm.

Fax:

020 7624 1001
   

Details:

Children's activities include creche, summer playscheme, dance and piano. Older people's activities include social drop-in, exercise classes, bingo, and low cost cafe. Centre also offers English as a second language (ESOL) classes, sewing classes, yoga, keep fit and Taekwondo. Groups based at the centre include the Henna Asian Women's Group and Sudan Women's Association. Large hall (capacity 100 seated) and Belsize Room (capacity 50 seated) for hire for meetings, no catering facilities. Powell Spencer and Partners run free legal advice sessions at the community centre alternate Thu 10am-12 noon (appointments needed).

       

Last checked:

01/04/2012

 

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Age UK Camden Great Croft Resource Centre 

Address:

Great Croft
Cromer Street
London
WC1H 8LF

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7278 5090
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9.30am-4.30pm.

Fax:

020 7713 9352
   

Details:

Resource centre for over 60s who are at risk, isolated, lonely or housebound. Lunch club provides freshly cooked food Mon-Fri 12 noon (Halal meals available). Wide range of activities including computer lessons.

       

Last checked:

15/02/2012

 

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Bengali Workers Association 

Address:

Surma Community Centre
1 Robert Street
London
NW1 3JU

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7388 7313
 
   

Details:

Drop-in advice Mon-Fri 10am-12 noon More detailed advice on welfare rights/pensions, housing, homelessness, racial harassment, health, business and legal issues by arrangement. Day care services for elderly and housebound people. Culturally appropriate lunch club Mon-Fri. Regular Age UK Camden older people's general advice sessions. Women's English as a Second Language (ESOL), information technology, sewing, art project, health sessions and doctor's surgery. Young people's training and employment advice. Youth club Mon-Thu 5.30pm-8pm. Cafe Mon-Fri 1pm-2pm.

       

Last checked:

02/04/2014

 

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Bengali Workers Association Womens Service 

Address:

Surma Community Centre
1 Robert Street
London
NW1 3JU

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7388 7313
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9.30am-5.30pm.
   

Details:

Aims to increase the community participation and social, political and economic integration of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) women. The objective is to equip women with the knowledge and skills they need in order to tackle the barriers to community participation, employment and other socio-economic needs. We run embedded ESOL classes that encourage both structured and conversational learning. Also, we provide peer mentoring opportunities to further empower women to become leaders and peer-mentors in the local community and shape change both in themselves and in the world around them.

       

Last checked:

02/04/2014

 

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Camden Gold (Camden Council) 

Address:

Ludham
Lismore Circus
London
NW5 4SE

Phone:

020 7974 6678
 

Fax:

020 7974 1494
   

Details:

A programme to develop day opportunities for older people and help support their independence. Works through 5 resource centres; Charlie Ratchford, Greatcroft, Henderson Court, Kingsgate and Millman Street. The centres offer classes, activities, social opportunities and life-long learning. Services are aimed at people from all parts of the community and there is a focus on service-users from ethnic communities or with communication difficulties. Some free transport available to each centre.

       

Last checked:

15/06/2011

 

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Charlie Ratchford Resource Centre 

Address:

Belmont Street
London
NW1 8HF

Email:

Phone:

020 7485 2968
 

Open:

Monday-Friday 9am-4.30pm.
   

Details:

Purpose-built Camden Council Resource Centre for Camden residents aged 60+. Activities include: daily freshly cooked breakfast and lunch, art, pottery, crafts, singing group with music director, ballroom dancing, computers - open access or learning with a tutor, brain gym memory group, quizzes, massage, relaxation group, chair-based exercise, poetry appreciation for Greek Cypriot and Somali older women's groups. Stroke groups, topical debate group, hairdresser (Thursday and Friday) and Age UK Camden advice and information sessions (please call the centre for times).

       

Last checked:

05/02/2014

 

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Kingsgate Resource Centre 

Address:

208
Webheath
Netherwood Street
London
NW6 2JU

Email:

Phone:

020 7624 8818
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9am-4pm.

Fax:

020 7328 0220
   

Details:

Camden Council resource centre for older people offering a range of services and activities. Sessions/classes include UK Online computer courses, stroke survivor support service, seated exercise, tai chi, keep fit, singing, art, crafts and nailcutting service. Full disabled access.

       

Last checked:

15/08/2012

 

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Mental Health Care of Older People Specialist Dementia Day Services (Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust) 

Address:

Queen Marys
23 East Heath Road
London
NW3 1DU

Website:

Phone:

020 3317 6565
 
   

Details:

Manage Camden's day services for people over 60 with Alzheimers Disease or Dementia diagnosis. The services are: Raglan Day Centre and Netherwood Day Centre.

       

Last checked:

09/12/2010

 

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Netherwood Day Centre 

Address:

5 Netherwood Street
London
NW6 2QU

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7372 0750
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 8.30am-4.30pm.

Fax:

020 7372 8116
   

Details:

Day care facilities for 25 elderly people suffering from dementia who live in north-west Camden. Also run a carers support group.

       

Last checked:

28/06/2011

 

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Paul Balint AJR Day Centre 

Address:

Belsize Square Synagogue
51 Belsize Square
London
NW3 4HX

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7328 0208
 

Open:

Mon, Wed-Thu 9.30am-3.30pm.

Fax:

020 7328 1482
   

Details:

Day centre for former victims of Nazi persecution. Centre serves hot cooked lunches, provides entertainment and activities and arranges day trips and annual holidays. For members who live in certain areas in London, the AJR can arrange for frozen meals to be taken away from the Day Centre, or delivered twice-weekly, for members unable to attend the Day Centre and those unable to shop or cook.

       

Last checked:

09/03/2011

 

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Third Age Project 

Address:

Crypt Centre
Munster Square
London
NW1 3PL

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7383 4922
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm.
   

Details:

Multi-cultural older people's project. Wide range of health support activities, educational, cultural and social events including homecrafts, sewing group, pottery, Bollywood music and singing group, karaoke club, drama, bingo, jewellery, line and country dancing, ESOL classes (entry levels) and Introduction to the internet computer classes. Health Club for 50+ people (includes gym, relaxation classes, aerobics, talks, health checks) with exercise classes for all abilities. Chair-based exercise classes, health talks, health walks through Regents Park, diabetes support group. Singalong group on Mon. Lunch club Thu at the Crypt Centre, users can also access the Time Bank community cafe at the H Pod on Tue and Fri. Regular events include tea dances, barbecues, coach trips, theatre trips. Men's activities programme. Monthly pampering events (including massage, pedicures, manicures and reflexology). User representative group. Volunteers welcome.

       

Last checked:

23/04/2012

 

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