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  1. Organisations in Islington that offer canoeing and kayaking: Islington Boat Club, Regent's canal, 16-34 Graham Street, N1 8JX, including for people aged 50+ and people with a disability (venue currently closed) Regents Canoe Club, Regent's canal, 16-34 Graham Street, N1 8JX (venue currently closed) British…
  2. Main Office: weekdays 9am-5pm; Under 5s Drop In and Toy Library: Monday and Friday, 9.30am to 1pm; Family Zumba: Thursday 6.30-7.30pm
    Community Warm Space Available: Drop-in, refreshments and wrap-around support. Mondays & Fridays 12:30pm-4:30pm We are providing cooking kits for residents to cook simple vegetarian meals. Residents are asked to register and complete a self-referral form and must live in the Hillrise Ward. (Residents living on the…
  3. Monday to Friday, 10am to 8pm; Saturday 9am to 2pm; Closed on Sundays. Class times depend on age and levels. Please see our website for the full timetable
    We offer fun and inspiring dance classes for girls and boys in ballet, tap, modern, jazz and street jazz. Children can work towards ISTD(Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing) examinations, perform in our show that is held in a West End theatre, take part in…
  4. CitySport offers the space and equipment for a range of sports to be played either individually or as part of a team. The venue is open to the public and City University students.  CitySport is able to accommodate the following sports:  Badminton (6 courts) Basketball…
  5. Community Warm Space Offer:  Members Only: Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm Membership is free but members must be 55+ and live in the borough. Activities include Signposting; engagement with older people. Tea and coffee, books, low cost or free social, arts and wellbeing activities Open to All: Thursday: 2-5pm, starting…
  6. Clidive BSAC 410 is based at Ironmonger Row Baths. Part of the British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC), it is one of the most active clubs in the country and its members dive in the UK and overseas. Watch the club on Youtube 
  7. Two parks have a climbing wall, which is free to use: Landseer Gardens Sussex Way Gardens The climbing walls have a cushioned safety surface and step free access The British Mountaineering Council is the national governing body for climbing. Sport and physical activity has full information…