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  1. WEEKLY CANCER DROP IN CENTRE

    From: SGV Cancer Support

    Every Tuesday From 1pm to 3.30pm Support to anyone over 18 who has cancer, their relatives, friends and carers A place where those affected by cancer can share with others in similar circumstances A wide selection of cancer literature and resources covering...

  2. Work Choice

    From: Tottenham Jobcentre Plus

    Work Choice can help you get and keep a job if you’re disabled and find it hard to work. It’s voluntary - you don’t have to do it. The type of support you get depends on the help you need. This is different for everyone but can include: training and developing...

  3. JWEB

    From: Kisharon

    www.jweb.org.uk is our online guide to what’s happening for people with learning disabilities in the Jewish community. It’s a first-port-of-call for information from organisations, parents, carers, teachers and therapists - anyone with first-hand experience...

  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. Haringey Thinking Space

    From: Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust

    Haringey Thinking Space is a community development approach to improving mental health and community well-being in Haringey. better understand their difficulties and to get support from each other have reduced anxieties and improved personal and social...

  6. Play, Movement and Rhyme (drop-in)

    From: Park Lane Children's Centre

    Friendly informal drop-in with different sessions each week. Length of programme/support Wednesdays, 11am-12.30pm Parents or carers of children within age range 0-4 years

  7. Tai Chi

    From: Coombes Croft Library

    Wednesdays 11.30am to 12.30pm Using this ancient form of martial arts to stretch and tone.

  8. Expert Patients Programme

    From: Self Management Support and Behaviour Change

    The Expert Patients Programme (EPP) is a free 6-week course for people living with any long-term health conditions or their carers. The course is 2.5 hours per week and is delivered by trained lay tutors who themselves live with long term conditions....

  9. The Vessel

    From: KORI

    Our Vessel programme matches UK skills and potential to African youth development needs. The Vessel' is our international volunteering programme. It was launched in 2013, building upon KORI's nine years of research and delivery. We have run projects in...

  10. Hornsey Reading Group

    From: Hornsey Library

    Usually every 1st Saturday of the month at 3.00pm. Room 6 New members welcome!

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