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  1. New Esperance are a women's morris dancing team based in London who perform Cotswold dances in the Bledington, Fieldtown, Ilmington and Esperance traditions. They practice weekly in Borough, central London, with regular dance performances during the summer months. New members are always welcome, experienced dancers, complete beginners…
  2. Training times: Tuesday and Thursday 5.30-9pm, and Sunday 10am. Introductory session for new members aged 12 to 20: Sunday 6 November, 12.30pm. To find out about the club and meet its coaches, email your name and date of birth.
    London Heathside is a community athletics club that welcomes runners and athletes of all standards and ages. It promotes participation and excellence in road running, track and field athletics, cross country running and triathlon. The club is run entirely by volunteers.  
  3. 2012/2013 term dates: 28 September - 14 December 11 January - 22 March 19 April - 5 July 2-3pm every Friday during term time. The club meets at the Sadler's Wells stage door reception at 1.50pm.
    If you're over 60, free on a Friday afternoon between 2-3pm and interested in learning more about the arts and our programme, then the Lilian Baylis Arts Club could be for you! You'll have the chance to meet dancers, choreographers, designers, singers and other artists…
  4. Offers activities to Latin American elders (50+) such as yoga, Tai Chi, handicraft workshops, painting, dancing, English and journalism classes, talks, walks, workshops and fact sheeets. Also mental health support by group therapy and stress management. Information on social benefits and interpreting service for visits…
  5. 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…