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    Core Arts is a leading mental health creative education centre. Their mission is to support and promote recovery, social inclusion and mental wellbeing through the arts and enhance service user experience. They promote positive mental health and wellbeing through a college-like environment of creative learning.…
  2. Crossroads Women's Centre is a disability-accessible multi-racial community resource. Home to 16 groups who provide self-help advice and information about a range of issues including escaping sexual and racial violence, opposing discrimination of all kinds, accessing benefits, housing and legal advice, etc.  Activities include research,…
  3. Open Monday to Thursday from 9am until 5pm, and Friday 9am until 4:30am.
    Deafblind UK is a national charity supporting people with sight and hearing loss to live the lives they want. We help people to live with deafblindness by making connections, building their confidence and independence. Living with combined sight and hearing loss can be frightening. Our…
  4. Term-time only; Saturday, 10-11 (5 to 11 year olds); 11am to 1pm (11+ and adults; older children from the first session are welcome to stay on for the second session at no extra cost).
    Join our multi-sports club for children and young people with disabilities aged 5 to adults. Our weekly club sessions are an opportunity to: have fun and make friends; enjoy and experience Paralympic and multi-sports including football, Boccia, sitting volleyball, dance, golf, and many more; get active with professional…
  5. If you need extra employment support because of a disability or health condition, your local Jobcentre can put you in touch with a Disability Employment Adviser (DEA). DEAs can also work with people in employment who may need support to keep their jobs.  DEAs should…
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Three have a purpose-built centre where individuals, local schools, clubs and organisations can come and ask about, explore, learn and enjoy digital technology. Individuals - Digital technology can be intimidating, new gadgets, new software, new features and apps, etc. We offer practical advice about how…
  7. EmployAbility was established in 2006 as the not-for-profit organisation dedicated to assisting students and graduates with all disabilities, including dyslexia or long term health conditions, into employment. We have a wide network of relationships with universities, other disability charities and many other key stakeholders, and…
  8. Enable Holidays is an award-winning disabled holiday specialist providing accessible tailor-made holidays for wheelchair users with guaranteed adapted accommodation. A range of over 250 accessible holidays in a wide range of destinations - from UK and Jersey to the Mediterranean, Aegean, Egypt, India and Florida. All hotels, apartments…
  9. Fortnightly Fridays
    Feel Good Fridays is a programme for over 50s in Islington, hosted by Global Generation.   Our free fortnightly sessions are designed to support wellbeing through a unique blend of guided relaxation, gentle movement and nature connection alongside hands-on activities including gardening, crafting and cooking. Our…
  10. The courts are operated by The Access to Sports Project in partnership with Finsbury Park Sports Partnership and Haringey Council. Finsbury Park Tennis Courts comprise nine tennis courts. Seven of the courts are full size and are bookable for adult play and two are mini…
  11. There are a wide range of fitness classes available at the Islington Leisure Centres, from high-energy dance or cardio classes to strength, conditioning, mind and body. There’s something for everyone. Fitness class timetables and time slots are bookable via the Better UK app or by…
  12. Every Saturday from 12.30pm
    We’re FoodCycle Finsbury Park, serving tasty meals every Saturday lunchtime at1pm at the Andover Community Centre in Islington. Each week, we collect surplus fruit and veg from local suppliers and turn these ingredients into free nutritious (and delicious!) three-course meals for the community. Come along and…
  13. Wednesdays, 1pm
    Coronavirus Update Two weekly projects that offer freshly cooked meals to anyone who comes to collect one, every Wednesday (starting 28 October 2021) from New River Baptist Church, 12.30-1.30 pm, and every Saturday from the Andover Community Centre, 1.30-2.30 pm. Usual Service We serve free…
  14. Foyers are integrated learning and accommodation centres providing safe and secure housing, support and training for young people aged 16 - 25. With over 140 Foyers operating in urban and rural communities throughout the UK, the Foyer Network provides safe, quality assured environments where experts reconnect around 10,000…
  15. Open Mon- Weds 10am to 3pm. Little Explorers at King Square Gardens Friday mornings: 10am-11.30am May 21st, 28th June 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th July 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd. Little Explorers at King Henry’s Walk Garden Tuesday mornings: 09.30-11am May 18th, 25th June 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th July 6th, 13th, 20th No need to book, just come along!
    The Garden Classroom is a non profit social enterprise delivering high quality workshops and events on wildlife, gardening and the environment in Islington. We are primarily based at King Henry's Walk Garden but use other green spaces as well and can move around to a…
  16. Go Mammoth runs sports leagues across London including Islington: basketball  5-a-side football  netball  and also fitness classes, yoga and boxing   
  17. Person centered care at home funded through local authorities, private or self directed support, Supported Living Accommodation, Emergency Carer Support Services, Specialist Services in Learning Disabilities, challenging Behaviour, Autism, mental health & brain injury, children and families support, bespoke Health & Social Care training.