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Local activities for older people

Line dancing at The British Home

Line dancing at The British Home

Line Dancing at 10.30am on first Wednesday morning of the month at The British Home in Crown Lane is just one of the variety of activities targeted at older people in the West Norwood area.

Every week there are: sessions on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays at West Norwood Health & Leisure Centre ( 020 8761 1159),  NPG holds classes on Tuesdays at The Old Library ,  an over -50s club on Thursdays from 12 noon at Emmanuel Church , Clive Road and a  gentle exercise class on Fridays at 9.30 am at All Saints Church , Lovelace Rd.

And every month there are more things to join in:  2nd Wednesdays at 2.30 pm is a tea dance ( dementia friendly)  at Portico;  U3A meets on 3rd Wednesday at The Park Tavern, Elder Rd ; a  film matinee at Portico on 3rd Wednesdays 2.30pm.

For details and to find more age friendly activities in Lambeth & Southwark  see  the Age UK service directory: http://www.ageuk.org.uk/lambeth/our-services/lambeth-and-southwark-older-peoples-information-directory/

South London Cares links people aged over 65 with young professional people  in a range of activities see –  https://southlondoncares.org.uk/

Crossroads Care is planning  regular group sessions for informal Carers once they find a membership organiser – call  Julia  020 7502 8973 for details or see http://www.crossroadscaresouththames.org/.

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Fundraising concert

IMG_20160213_142557239The British Home, in its historic building on Crown Lane SW16 3JB, is hosting a concert of light classical music at 3pm on Sunday 21st February. The Mark-Fitzgerald Orchestra will perform with pianist Stephen Dickinson.

Tickets £7/£5  including light refreshments. To book: http://www.britishhome.org.uk/events/view/british-light-music-at-the-british-home  or call in at  Yeatmans, 384 Norwood Road SE27 9AA.

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