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  1. Vintage Club

    From: Muswell Hill Methodist Church

    The Vintage Club meets monthly on the first Thursday of the month at 2pm. It is a chance for those young in heart but older in years within the community to meet, chat, have stimulating discussion, hear a variety of guest speakers, and have afternoon tea

  2. Art Adventures

    From: Community Focus

     10 am - 4 pm Morning: Art activities Afternoon: Trips out museums, galleries, exhibitions, sport activities and much more.   

  3. Le Cercle Français de Highgate

    From: The Highgate Society

    This Society group was founded in 1988 by David Weight, Pamela Lowes and Ruth Hazeldine. It exists for the promotion of French culture and the French language - no English is spoken at our meetings. We have around 100 members, of whom about a fifth are...

  4. St Michael's Church

    During school term times, from 9.00 - 3.00 on Wednesdays.  The Drop-In was opened to welcome anyone who would welcome some company and friendship, or who simply has a few spare moments and would like to come for a chat and a cup of tea or coffee may need...

  5. Stroke Action Drop In

    From: Wood Green Library

    (Community Room 2nd floor) Every Thursday 10.30pm to 1.30pm Wellbeing Service for stroke survivors Including Volunteering opportunities, and return to work program Contact Tim: Wellbeing Support Worker on 074 3225 6915  

  6. Acorn Day Opportunities LTD

    Every day at Acorn Day Opportunities individuals are given the autonomy to choose from an extensive variety of enjoyable activities designed to benefit their minds and bodies; our community is built on the premise of developing each service user’s self-confidence...

  7. Muswell Hill Synagogue

    Seperate men and women book clubs;  The Book Groups are for all ages who love to share their thoughts on a good read. We meet about every 6 weeks, usually on a Sunday evening in each others homes.  Our reading list is very varied, from classics to the...

  8. Employment and Life Skills Project

    From: Kith and Kids

    The Employment and Life Skills Project provides an autism specific term-time service for young adults (18+) at the higher functioning end of the autistic spectrum.  It can also include young adults who have a mild or moderate learning disability. The...

  9. Mind Yourself

    We support Irish people in London who want to improve or maintain their physical or mental health. We do this by providing health related one-one support [information, advice and advocacy], accompaniment to health related appointments, and group activities....

  10. Markfield

    Markfield is a community centre based in the London Borough of Haringey, which promotes rights, independence, choice and inclusion for Disabled people and their families. For further information please click on the link below. Accessibility Guide from...

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