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We are able to supply emergency food parcels to customers with an immediate need as well as referring to other services across the borough. We also book appointments for residents to attend the Food Bank in Islington and some surrounding boroughs. Phone: 020 7527 8222…
Music classes for children and young people
A free helpline that finds your people the best help whatever the problem
Beginners welcome, no need to book
WeGym offers personal training
Methodist congregation on the edge of the City of London, where John Wesley was born died and buried. Holy Communion is on Sundays at 9.45am, except on the first Sunday of the month. Morning service is held at 11am on Sunday. Wesley's Chapel, John Wesley's Tomb…
The West Library Hall can be hired and can hold up to 100 people for meetings, training events and social functions.
Hall available for birthdays, weddings and community functions, only on Saturdays, until 1pm.
The Wheelchair Service aims to increase the independence of wheelchair users in Camden and Islington by providing wheelchairs which meet their needs. The Service offers: specialist wheelchair assessments postural assessments provision of wheelchairs, cushions and postural support. All children and young people are offered an…
Local greengrocers that is happy for customers to pay with bank transfers and can offer deliveries in the local area. They are currently taking orders via text, phone, WhatsApp. · Phone Payment – No but is happy with bank transfers. · Offer delivery – Yes…
Whittington Park Community Association is a thriving community centre between Holloway Road, Tufnell Park and Archway. We welcome all ages and aim ‘To provide a welcoming and well-run centre for individuals and groups in Islington to sustain and develop a vibrant community’. Our services include:…
We run various activities for all age groups. For the over 60s we run a daily lunch club as well as nail painting, gentle exercise classes, Tango lessons, a sewing club, bingo and art class. We also run Yoga classes, capoeira, ball room dancing and…
Our lunch club gives people over the age of 60 the chance to get together, meet friends and get involved in a range of classes and pastimes. The Club provides a freshly prepared 3 course healthy lunch at the cost of £3.50. Five days a week.…
The school has a third-generation floodlit football pitch that is available for public use in the evenings and on weekends. The pitch is 32m x 23m, making it perfect for 5-a-side football. Bookings are managed by GLL on behalf of the school: http://www.better.org.uk/leisure/williamtyndale
Skills or training courses for English, Maths, interview techniques, CV writing, wellness, wellbeing and entrepreneur training. They offer advice for those who want to become self-employed.
Islington is committed to raising awareness of the construction industry as a positive career choice for women and working in partnership with employers, contractors, sub-contractors, colleges and local services we have designed a pre-employment programme to Educate, Inspire, Motivate and Support women who want to…
Club meets on Tuesday at 7.15pm at the Claremont Centre, White Lion Street, Islington (opposite Angel underground station).
Work placements are short-term opportunities, either paid or unpaid, which help young people or those who have been out of the workplace for some time to develop skills and confidence. It can range from a one or two week full-time placement to a part-time placement…