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  1. IT Support and Advice

    From: Headway North London

    On the first floor IT suite at Kingsgate, we run a weekly facilitated IT drop-in session.  Volunteers are on hand to support your computing needs, covering everything from social media such as Facebook and Twitter, through surfing the internet, to using...

  2. Online Yoga for Wellbeing

    From: Groundwork London

    Mondays 2-3pm from 28th September to 2nd November 2020 Sessions will be delivered via Zoom by James Chapman, qualified yoga therapist who delivers sessions for Mind in Haringey. Yoga can help you to: • Reduce pain • Improve strength and flexibility •...

  3. Online Reggaetivity Dance

    From: Groundwork London

    Every Thursday on Zoom, 1:15pm-2:45pm   From 1:15pm-1:45pm we begin with gentle stretching and chair-based exercise    From 1:50-2:45pm we begin raising the tempo and building up for our dance fun fitness to the backdrop of reggae, zumba & soca music. ...

  4. Tea, Chat and Stretch!

    From: Groundwork London

    Group telephone call for over 50s every Monday, 1:30-2:30pm until 12th October 2020 Join Michael for a quick guided stretch session followed by a chat and mini quiz with Sarayu on a different topic each week. Dialling in to this group session is completely...

  5. Macmillan After Cancer Exercise

    From: Tottenham Hotspur Foundation

    Launched in April 2014, over 100 people have taken part in Macmillan ACE, a 12 week exercise referral programme delivered as part of the Club’s commitment to fighting cancer. Run by the Foundation’s specialist cancer rehabilitation instructors, anyone...

  6. Travel Assistance

    From: National Rail

      Rail services are now far more accessible than they were in the past and many disabled people are able to use the rail network without assistance. We will always do our best to help disabled passengers that need assistance, but if you need help when...

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