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In the heart of Camden Town, Castlehaven Community Association delivers a programme of group activities, sports and outings, and has a young people's project for those seeking employment.
Maiden Lane is a vibrant community centre based in Camden. The Centre caters for a wide range of interests and age groups in the community. The programme of activities are particularly helpful for those residents looking to get back into work.
Abbey Community Centre - CHAPS offers group fitness and sport activities for men over 50 including:
- time banking.
They also offer a Cocaine Anonymous support group.
We are a community association offering a range of activities for all ages, including events for those 60 years and over such as bingo and yoga classes, 'knit and natter', and we also host a befriending scheme. Our priorities include reducing the impact of isolation among people over 60, promoting healthy life styles - especially through encouraging regular exercise - and creating a sense of local ownership, by giving people more say in what is happening in their community.
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Wellbeing Services (Day Centre). This runs three days a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in the Kennedy Hall at the The London Irish Centre - address opposite. The service is for people over the age of 55 with low-medium support needs. We offer a warm Irish welcome and provide:
- Home cooked nutritious meals
- Healthy Living
- Day trips
- Tea dances