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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. Elefriends

    From: Mind in Haringey

    Elefriends is a supportive online community where you can be yoursef. We all know what it's like to struggle sometines, but now there's a safe place to listen, shere and be heard. www.elefriends.org.uk

  3. Y-W8 ADULT SOCIAL GROUP

    From: Resources For Autism

    Y-W8 is a social group for adults (aged 18+) who live in North London area and are on the Autistic Spectrum The group is specifically tailored to support adults who have high levels of need and require intensive support. Adults who have Autism and additional...

  4. Monday Club for Retired People

    From: The Highgate Society

    bridge and tea at 10a, 2pm - 4.30pm every Monday. Contact - Marion Uglow - Co-ordinator - 8340 8919, or contact us here.

  5. HAIL Hub

    From: HAIL

    Click here for our Sensory Hub info leaflet Click here for our Gaming Sessions leaflet HAIL's Autism Hub is a community based service which provides an environment and activities to meet the needs of people on the Autistic Spectrum and people involved...

  6. 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.

  7. 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...

  8. Stay and Play (drop-in)

    From: Park Lane Children's Centre

    Length of programme/support Mondays, 1.15pm-3pm Tuesdays, 9am-11am Parents or carers of children within age range 0-2 years and 0-4 years Who can apply? Professionals/Parents or Carers

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