Wednesdays 12 - 1pm starting 8th January. A low impact version of the sport with all the tactics and fun. Meet new people whilst keeping active. Over 50s men and women welcome.
Carers Network are launching a new project called Carers Cuppa based at Royal Brompton Hospital and Charing Cross Hospital.The idea is for a team of volunteers to reach out to unpaid carers who are visiting and looking after unwell friends or family in hospital.
Structured and fun Multi-sports for children across Westminster led by an experienced and qualified coach. Venues include Bessborough Family Hub SW1V, Beethoven Centre W10, Fourth Feathers NW1, Grosvenor Hall Vincent street SW1P and Hallfield Estate W2.
This winter, the NHS in North West London is reminding residents of the range of healthcare services to help them stay well. Here’s a list of things you can do locally, on the phone or online that will help you stay well this winter.
Kensington and Chelsea Mind ore offering FREE Adult Mental Health First Aid courses, for anyone working with the local community, as part of their commitment to raise awareness and promote a better understanding of mental health problems. Our upcoming courses are on Thursday 16th and Friday 17th January or Thursday 6th and Friday 7th February, 9 - 5pm.
A new music group is looking for people to join our Jam sessions. The sessions are a great place to grow your talent and meet new people that love music. No experience or knowledge needed, just a musical interest. Our first meet up will be on Thursday 12th December at 6.30pm - Lancaster West Community Centre
Help to build safer childhoods, stronger families and positive futures for the UK’s most vulnerable children and young people This is an outstanding opportunity to play a key role in Barnardo’s ambition to build on our long-established expertise to become the UK’s leading children’s health and social care charity.
Women and Girls Network (WGN) is a specialist organisation leading in developing and delivering innovative and effective services for women and girls who have experienced all forms of gender-based violence. WGN currently have a number of employment and volunteering opportunities: Community Prevention Worker; YW Services Coordinator; Honourary Counsellor; WGN Navigators; Specialist Counsellor, and Admin and Bookings Officer.
We are holding an event to celebrate the contribution that our Community and Maternity Champions give to communities across Hammersmith & Fulham. Champions are resident volunteers who give their time and energy free of charge to support the people in their communities to become healthier and happier. Our event will celebrate their achievements, with an awards ceremony, speeches from the Champions themselves, and others who work with and benefit from their support.
This training is an approach to healthcare that ensures you will have the skills, knowledge and confidence to 'Make Every Contact Count' when opportunities arise with patients. You will be well equipped to have a brief conversations about their health and well being and on how they might make positive improvements.