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Metropolitan Chess Club

Thursday 6pm
**ANNOUNCEMENT** Due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, the Artisan Centre and Community Hall are closed. The Metropolitan Chess Club, London's oldest chess club, meets every Thurday at 6pm at the Artizan Street Library and Community Centre. We're open to new members of all abiities. Come and…
1 Artizan StreetLondonE1 7AF

Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) Employability skills programme

Are you 18 – 25, vision impaired and not currently in full-time education or employment?  RSBC’s free employability programme can help you get the skills that could make your dream job a reality. You’ll gain essential workplace skills through workshops, one to one sessions and…

Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) Health and Well-being Clubs

RSBC Health and Wellbeing Clubs run twice a month across London and are free to attend and open to anyone blind or partially sighted, between the ages of 8-25, with any level of experience.  Every session you’ll take part in activities and sports such as…

Culture Mile

Culture Mile is the City of London's emerging cultural district, streatching from Farringdon through to Moorgate, led by the City of London Corporation wiht the Barbican, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London Symphony Orchestra nad the Musuem of London. Together the five partners are…

The Children's Trust

The Children’s Trust is a national charity working with children who have multiple disabilities and complex health needs. Based in Tadworth, Surrey, we offer services to children from across the UK. These include: The UK's largest paediatric brain injury rehabilitation centre Support in the community for…
Tadworth CourtTadworthSurreyKT20 5RU

Nash College, Bromley

Nash College is an independent specialist college providing residential and day further education for young people age 18-25 with moderate to profound learning disabilities. Some of our learners also have physical disabilities, complex medical needs, and autism. Each student has a “living and learning champion”…
50 Scrutton StreetLondonEC2A 4XQ

St Joseph's Hospice Community Palliative Care Team

St Joseph’s Hospice Community Pallative Care Team of specialist doctors, nurses, social workers and skilled staff and volunteers provides pain control and symptom relief for those whose illness cannot be cured. We assess patients as individuals with regard to their physical, emotional, spiritual and social…
Mare StreetLondonE8 4SA

Engine Shed Open Day for Autistic Children

The Engine Shed is a special interest group for autistic children, young people and adults. The club enables those with an interest in trains to come together with their peers to observe, play, talk and enjoy their hobby in a welcoming, safe and relaxing environment…
SE24 0JW

Renaissance Foundation

Renaissance Foundation provides a range of support for young people aged 14-22 who face significant life challenges, helping them to overcome these and to achieve their full potential. A particular focus is on young carers, young hospital patients and school pupils at risk due to poverty,…
Building 3 Creed Court5 Ludgate HillLondonEC4M 7AA

Toynbee Hall City50+ Service

*Sadly Toynbee Hall has temporarily postponed all face-to-face activities due to COVID-19. They are still committed to offering ways for people to socialise and stay active and have launched a Facebook group with a range of online community activities. Other services will be offered by telephone…
Toynbee Hall, The Community Centre52 Old Castle StreetLondon
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