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  1. A free exercise class takes place in King Square Gardens. This is on Saturdays 10am, and last for one hour. The class is taken by experience, fully qualified instructors, and a suitable for a range of abilities. Open to people aged 16+. For more information…
  2. Gunners in Islington (partnership between Aquaterra, Islington Council and The Arsenal), is organising this five-a-side ball game for boys and girls, aged from 5 to 14 years. Because of the way the ball is weighted, it lets children control the ball more. Games are being…
  3. Arsenal Football Club’s LGBT supporters group, ‘Gay Gooners’ was established in early 2013 and now has more than 90 members. The GayGooners are the biggest LBGTQ fan group of any football club in England. We exist: - to provide a social group for LGBTQ Arsenal…
  4. Office: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Helpline:Mondays: 10am to 6pm Tuesdays/Thursdays/Fridays: 10am to 4pm Wednesdays: 10am to 1pm and 5pm to 7pm The helpline is closed on all public holidays
    Gingerbread campaigns for better rights for single-parent families so that their children are not disadvantaged and do not experience poverty and isolation. Gingerbread offers a free telephone advice line for single parents, a membership scheme with over 10,000 members with access to local self-help groups,…
  5. Go Mammoth runs sports leagues across London including Islington: basketball  5-a-side football  netball  and also fitness classes, yoga and boxing   
  6. Monday 6.45pm
    Good Gym is a group of runners that runs to do good. Runners get fit by doing physical tasks that benefit our communities. Runners meet outside Arsenal Hub, 56 Benwell Road, N7 7BA on Mondays 6.45pm. 
  7. Gymbox in Farringdon offers a gym and exercise classes. It has two locations in Islington: Farringdon http://gymbox.com/gyms/farringdon Old Street http://gymbox.com/gyms/old-street