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Anaconda Swimming Club aims to offer a friendly and supportive environment with quality teaching and coaching, enabling everyone to achieve their potential through learning to swim and competing at club, regional and national levels.
This is the largest housing association in the country providing sheltered housing accommodation for retired persons.
Coronavirus update: The Andover Community Centre site of Finsbury Park Community Hub are running a free surplus food package delivery service on Fridays to addresses within walking distance of the Centre. For information please email email@example.com or phone 020 7272 3493
Angel AIM is an independent business-led limited company dedicated to improving the quality of the Angel. In 2007, local businesses voted overwhelmingly to establish a business improvement district (BID) to improve their trading environment. Local businesses pay a levy of 1% of their rateable value…
The Angel ABC forms part of the Islington and Finsbury youth club and offers a range of boxing.
The Angel Orchestra is a London amateur orchestra led by a professional leader and principal cellist who meet once a week to rehearse together at St Silas Church, Risinghill Street in Angel, Islington. Our repertoire includes a broad range of classical works from Bach and Beethoven,…
The animal welfare service can give help or advice about the care of animals. The service also investigates complaints about stray dogs, dangerous dogs and animal cruelty. All complaints are investigated in accordance with the Regulators’ Compliance Code and Enforcement Concordat. If you find a…
The Anna Scher Theatre (AST) was established in 1968. AST's method combines improvisation, discipline and professionalism with the natural talents within the local community, which makes for highly able, confident actors that deliver natural performances every time.
24 hours Metropolitan Police free, confidential phoneline for callers to give information about a terrorist incident, which has happened or may be about to occur.
Anytime Fitness has a range of fitness equipment
Offers advice and information about welfare rights and setting up a business; education and training classes including ESOL, computing, job seeking skills, interview techniques, CV writing, sign language, learn to type, sewing classes, jewellery making, glass painting, decoupage, keep fit, choir, iconography, lunch club, traditional Greek dance and after school activities (Greek…
Weekly drop-in for homeless people and those who are socially isolated or lonely, offering food (light snacks, tea, soup, sandwiches), a change of clothes and somewhere to spend time. Limited counselling, advice and information also available. Entrance costs 50 pence. Open Mondays 10am to 12pm.…
Archway leisure centre: has a fun leisure pool with a wave machine, water run, water jets and spa pools. The pool also accommodates lane swimming. There are swimming sessions for disabled people. has a two storey gym has spectacular views over the leisure and…
The ATCG is an independent, not for profit, constituted, accountable body for the business community in Archway. Membership is open to all businesses and employers in Archway, subject to subscription. It's working in partnership with Islington Council to create a thriving town centre at Archway…
We are a friendly group of walkers which meets on the second Sunday of every month. We have a programme of walks led by members usually between 3 and 5 miles with a stop for lunch. The walks are both within the borough and further…
The Arlington Association is made up of residents of the westerly part of the Arlington Conservation area in Islington, North London. The area is an unusually peaceful haven in busy Islington, made up of primarily early Victorian houses, wide streets and two garden squares that are…
ADSA was set up at the end of 2006/2007 season to represent, and give the clubs disabled supporters a voice. Our aim is to try and deal with any problems or complaints you may have and enhance your match day experience. Both the Stadium Tour…
After-school club and football sessions. Free club for children and young people aged 8 to 13. The Arsenal Double Club programme has been running since 1998 and combines football and literacy sessions to help children with their school work and give them a chance to…
Arsenal Community projects provide sport sessions and pathways to accreditation which take place in schools, leisure centres, housing estates and parks. Sports include: bowls double club (sport combined with homework, maths, English help) football including walking football and football for disabled people