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  1. 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,…
  2. Crouch End Festival Chorus is one of Britain’s leading symphonic choirs with a reputation nationally and internationally for its eclectic repertoire, innovation and versatility in both the concert hall and recording studio. Based in north London, the choir was founded in 1984 by David Temple and…
  3. Network which aims to assist community organisations seeking to improve the environment and transport facilities in the neighbourhood, particularly for public transport users, pedestrians, cyclists, wheelchair users and people on low incomes. Current work is mostly based in Camden, Haringey and Islington. Cuppa-Tea is also…
  4. Debtors Anonymous (DA) is a twelve-step programme for anyone who wants to stop incurring unsecured debt. DA encourages careful record keeping and monitoring of finances – including purchases, income, and debt payments – so that you get a clearer picture of your spending habits. This information is used to develop healthier spending practices, supporting you in keeping…
  5. Discovery with Three logo
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…
  6. Mondays 6-7pmĀ 
    These workshops will teach you the basic skills to become a DJ the old school way - using vinyl records. You will be introduced to mixing concepts and the importance of rhythm and coordination. You will learn the basics of safely setting up professional DJ…
  7. The Dystonia Society is a UK-wide charity providing support, advice and information for anyone affected by the neurological movement disorder known as dystonia. Dystonia is characterised by involuntary and uncontrollable muscle spasms which can force affected parts of the body into abnormal, sometimes painful, movements…