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  1. St Ann’s Book Club

    From: St Ann's Library

    Do you enjoy reading books? Would you like to meet and discuss with other people? Come and join our friendly book club. We meet every 4th Thursday 6 to 7pm. Please ask staff for more details.

  2. Chestnuts Connections

    From: The Bridge Renewal Trust

    Helpling people aged 50 and over with long-term health conditions keep in touch with friends and combat isolation. Referrals from friends, relatives, GPs health and social care staff, voluntary and community groups and self referrals. Connections Group...

  3. Social Lunch

    From: Jacksons Lane

    the club will serve a hot and healthy two course meal with tea and coffee for just £5! After lunch there are arts based activities, quizzes, shows and events. The club also plan to organise trips to galleries, concerts and museums. The Social Lunch is...

  4. Better Together Social Club

    From: The Community Hub

    Every Wednesday 11 am to 3 pm If you are 55+ and want to be involved, socialise and make new friends then join our Better Together Social Club. Play fun and brain games to improve concentration. chair base exercise session. Create your own masterpiece...

  5. Knitting Club

    From: The Sandbunker Community Centre

    On Wednesday mornings between 10am and 12pm the centre hosts a knitting club allowing those aged 60 plus to bond over teas, coffees and invigorating conversation.

  6. ALAG meetings

    From: ALAG - Asperger London Area Group

    ALAG runs a monthly support group for adults on the autistic spectrum living in the Greater London area although those from elsewhere are welcome. It is a chance to meet others to talk about common issues and to support and help each other. The first...

  7. Carers living with a learning disability coffee morning

    From: Learning disabilities reference Group

    Coffee morning for Carers living with a learning disability. Come and meet other carers, have a cuppa and a chat. 1st Thurday of the month 10.00am to 11.30am Ermine Road Community Hub. 2 Ermine Road South Tottenham N15 6DB

    • Haringey West Stroke Support Group

      From: Stroke Association

      Haringey West Stroke Support Service Who is this service for: Stroke Survivors living in Haringey who would like to do Chair based exercise and social activities. Where is this service: Winkfield Resource Centre, Winkfield Road, Wood Green, N22 5RP When:...

    • Parkinson's Community Coffee Club

      From: Alexandra Park Library

      Every Friday 10.30am A drop in coffee club for people in the community who have been affected by Parkinson’s disease. We meet at 10.30 every Friday morning for one hour to chat, drink coffee and relax. If you would like more information, please contact...

    • Venture Club for the Blind and Partially Sighted

      From: St Ann's Library

      Fridays: 12.30 to 3pm We’re a social club that organises activities, parties, games, raffles and excursions for visually impaired people in Haringey. Transport to and from your home can be provided if necessary. Membership is £5 per annum. For more information,...

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