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  1. (formally Camden Cypriot Womens Organisation) The Kosmos Centre is committed to working with and assisting the following: BME women Families and dependents of BME women People of BME descent All others who wish to gain a greater understanding and appreciation of our communities, culture, heritage…
  2. Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 3:30pm
    Logo The Leighton College, based in North London, provides a two year further education course for 16-25 year olds with mild to moderate learning difficulties leading to Ascentis Awards in functional development and employability. The course runs from September to July and includes literacy, numeracy, IT, cooking, creative therapy,…
  3. Islington Leisure Team is part of the Environment and Regeneration department within Islington Council. The team: manages the leisure centre contract with GLL  helps to develop and improve leisure facilities within the borough secures external funding for Islington’s leisure facilities and to increase levels of physical activity…
  4. Life Coach Directory provides an a list of professional coaches and NLP practitioners.Our coaches cover many areas of coaching, including:Business CoachingCharity volunteer workFamilyFinancesHealthHobbiesMoving abroadPersonal developmentRedundancy coachingRelationshipsRetirementSpiritualitySportsTravelUse the directory to get more information on your areas of interest and to find a coach near you.
  5. General Opening; Mondays & Thursdays 9:30am to 7pm; Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays 9:30am to 5pm; Saturdays 11am to 2pm; For project times please check our website
    Food Bank Light Project Pro International is running a food bank for local residents in the Caledonian and Holloway Wards. You do not need to register beforehand, just turn up on Wednesdays, 12.00pm to 1:30pm; or contact us if you are shielding. Other Services Light Project…
  6. Enquiries: Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm Booking office Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm.
    Dial-a-ride is a multi-occupancy door-to-door transport service for disabled people who cannot use buses, trains and the Tube. It can be used for all sorts of journeys, for example shopping, visiting friends and family, doctors and dentists appointments and going out at night. Dial-a-Ride is…
  7. London Taxicard provides subsidised door-to-door transport in taxis and private-hire vehicles for people who have serious mobility impairment or a visual impairment that makes it difficult to use public transport. You have to complete an application process prior to using the service. The application form…
  8. Medacs Healthcare is a leading staffing and services company providing professional Care Assistants, Support Workers, Nursery Nurses, Residential Managers, Housing Officers, Housing Managers, Supervised Contact Workers, Hostel Workers and Assistant Social Workers to both the public and private sector. Our specialist teams supply staffing to…
  9. Metro Blind Sport is a London based charity that aims to open doors to sport for all visually impaired people, regardless of age or ability, in a wide range of activities. The club offers tennis at Islington Tennis Centre: www.metroblindsport.org/sports/tennis
  10. Mind Yourself works to address health inequalities amongst the Irish community in London. We provides information, advice and support to people of Irish birth and descent, on physical and mental health issues. Mind Yourself also provides a range of group activities aimed at improving people’s well-being.…
  11. Open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 5pm, Saturday 9am to 5pm
    Motability The Motability Scheme enables disabled people to use their mobility allowances to lease a new car, scooter or powered wheelchair without the worry of owning and running one. The Scheme is open to those who receive the Higher Rate Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance…
  12. 24th April to 23rd May 2020, warm take away meal provided daily at 6pm.
    Serving hot meals and ready meals in and around Islington. We also give out a huge amount of home food and snacks including vegetables and fruit and canned food. Please get in touch or see website for details. Mostly serving people living in or around…
  13. National Railcards provide a range of discounts. All provide a third off travel. There are several different schemes:  16-25 Railcard - discounted travel for 16-25 year olds. Two Together Railcard - discounted travel for two named people travelling together. Family and Friends Railcard - discounted travel for…
  14. Monday: 10:30-16:00 (closed 13:30-14:00 for cleaning & staff breaks) Tuesday: Open by appointment only Wednesday: 10:30-13:30. Women only space from 14:00-16:00 Thursday: 10:30-16:00 (closed 13:30-14:00 for cleaning & staff breaks) Friday: 10:30-16:00 (closed 13:30-14:00 for cleaning & staff breaks) Weekends: Closed
    Day centre for young Londoners experiencing homelessness. New Horizon offers in-person services through their day centre as well as remote and outreach services. New Horizon can help with: Housing advice and advocacy (including specialist support if you're sleeping rough) Support with accessing benefits Education, employment…
  15. A council run day centre for elderly people with moderate to severe disabilities providing a significant range of activities, care and support. Classes and activities include: keep fit arts and crafts bingo horticulture music hairdressers community access trips special event church services shopping social events…
  16. Beauty treatments include dermatologica, facials and skincare, waxing, manicure, pedicure, brow and lash tint. Natural health therapies include acupuncture, aromatherapy, herbalism, hypnotherapy, massage, naturopathy, sport injury care, osteopathy, reflexology and shiatsu. Pregnancy massages, sauna, Thai yoga massage, Indian heal massage and Reiki.
  17. The ECO Service works with the most needy and vulnerable people in the community. These are people with complex needs. These needs include: Drug and alcohol dependency; mental health; homelessness; Anti-Social behaviour; Fleeing Violence; learning difficulties and immigrations issues. Self referral and referral via professionals.…