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  1. Autism Friendly screenings

    From: Crouch End Picturehouse

    Showing of family films especially for people on the autism spectrum or with other special needs and their families, friends and carers. Adults without disabilities are only admitted if they are accompanying a child or a person on the autism spectrum/with...

  2. Music Club

    From: The Community Hub

    Join us to sing, play an instrument or to simply watch and enjoy. Have tea/coffee/biscuits make new friends and explore your singing talent.  every friday 5pm - 7pm

  3. Listening Books

    Listening Books is a national charity that provides an audiobook library service to anyone who has an illness, disability, learning difficulty or mental health issue that makes it difficult or impossible to read print, hold a book, turn its pages or read...

  4. Workshops, tours, talks and events

    From: Alexandra Park and Palace

    We are in the process of developing our learning and participation programme and will update this page with up to date events and workshops. At the moment, services we can offer include: Historic tours of the Palace, Park and original Victorian basement:...

  5. Audio Described

    From: Cineworld Wood Green

    Audio description is special service for blind and visually impaired cinema goers. For selected films, a narration track is available which can be accessed through special headphones only. This fills the gaps between dialogue by describing what is happening...

  6. Haringey Time Credits

    Haringey Time Credits Haringey Time Credits aim to help Haringey communities improve their mental and physical health and wellbeing, gain new skills and confidence, and grow social connections and community participation that keeps people well. The Time...

  7. Wild Bunch

    From: Elfrida Society

    The first Wild Bunch was held in December 1997, at the Union Chapel. Clubs for people with learning disabilities had often been old style social clubs, where you play table tennis or go bowling, and people wanted a more adult night out, A club where it...

  8. EDS - Empowering Deaf Society

    Who we are:  Empowering Deaf Society is a registered charity, dedicated to improving the quality of life for deaf people. We are a deaf–led charity and have a strong and diverse team of deaf and hearing professionals who work closely together delivering...

  9. Table Tennis

    From: The Community Hub

    Join our free activity every Thursday 3pm - 5:30pm.   Join friendly group of prople, socialise, make new friends. playing table tennis will help you to: Improve flexibility Strengthen muscles Improves concentration    Suitable for all levels.

  10. Culture24

    Culture24 is a charity supporting arts and heritage organisations to connect meaningfully with audiences. We run action research projects and all sorts of conferences and workshops. We collect and share cultural listings data, lead museum Lates festivals, publish...

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