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  1. ableize logo ABLEize is the UK's largest disability, mobility and health directory and highlights websites offering disability arts, UK's largest selection of disability sports, employment, carers support, live in care and contacts for many disabled and special needs care services and a whole host of related products and…
  2. Cally Pool & Gym:  has a 25 metre pool and large shallow pool has a gym overlooking both pools with cardiovascular machines such as treadmills and rowers, resistance equipment including dedicated stretching areas and fitness aids such as Swiss balls offers fitness classes has a health suite offering…
  3. Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm. Each break runs from mid-Monday to mid-Friday every week. (From March to November)
    CHICKS (Country Holidays for Inner City Kids) is a registered charity which provides free respite breaks to disadvantaged children from across the country. The breaks are designed to give children from inner cities, children living in poverty and those from abusive backgrounds, as well as…
  4. Ironmonger Row Baths was reopened in 2012 following a major refurbishment. It has:  a 30-metre main swimming pool offering different swimming sessions including a session for women a warm teaching pool with an adjustable floor a state-of-the-art gym a cardio zone to develop cardiovascular fitness fitness classes Turkish…
  5. Two Saturday sessions: 10:30am-12:00pm & 12:30-2:00pm for children aged 5-11.
    Keen London Logo KEEN London is a registered charity that runs free weekly sports and recreation sessions for children (aged five and up) and young adults with learning, behavioural and physical disabilities.  Each child is paired with a volunteer coach who can provide individual attention and care. We provide…
  6. Being active can help older people stay healthy and independent. The NHS website has information about the benefits of being healthy and activities to try. The map shows where activity for older people and all sport and physical activity is on offer in Islington.  For people aged 50+:…
  7. Organisations for young people Access to Sports offers archery, athletics, badminton, baseball, basketball, boxercise, fitness sessions, gym, football, multi-sports, netball, roller skating, tennis, and tag rugby. Not all these activities are offered at the same time. Check the website for details Arsenal in the Community…
  8. After-school and holidays
    After-school club: Monday to Friday, 3.30pm to 6pm (extended hour to 7pm for an additional charge); Holiday playscheme: Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm.
    Age: 3 year olds to Year 6 Hours: 8.30am to 5.30pmCost: £20 daily (some discounted rates for children with SEND)Enquiries and booking: 020 7272 5938, 07377 000510; irene@hleca.org.uk Culturally sensitive hot meals or packed lunches included with a choice of vegetarian or vegan dishes. Children with allergies…
  9. See website for details of sessions at each venue
    Islington Leisure Centres; Archway Leisure Centre, Cally Pool, Highbury Leisure Centre and Ironmonger Row Baths, offer a range of swimming lessons for children from age 3 and up to adults.  Parent and infant or baby lessons also available. From 5 day holiday courses to continuous programme lessons which run weekly…
  10. Logo Swimming is a great all-round exercise, working almost every muscle in your body without putting stress on your joints. So it’s perfect if you want to be more active and stay healthy whatever your age or ability. In Islington our pools are located at Highbury…
  11. Leisure centres that offer swimming: Archway Leisure Centre , Macdonald Road, N19 5DD, including for people with a disability and for young people Cally Pool & Gym, 229 Caledonian Road, N1 0NH Highbury Leisure Centre, Highbury Crescent, N5 1RR Ironmonger Row Baths, 1 Norman St,…
  12. Swimmer appeal Disability swimming sessions for the community, Ironmonger Row Baths, Old Street Friday evening 7-8pmCost £2  Would you like to swim in a supportive environment and get to meet people? We are looking for disabled people around the Old Street area to join our…
  13. Sunday, 2.30-3pm (for beginners with learning disabilities); 3-3.30pm (for intermediate swimmers with learning disabilities); 3.30-4pm (for beginners with physical disabilities); 4-4.30pm (for intermediate swimmers with physical disabilities)
    These swimming lessons are for people aged 14+ with a disability. The swimming pool has a hoist and there is accessible changing. If one-to-one support is needed in the water it is down to the participant to arrange this support. The lessons are free but…
  14. Childminder
    Monday to Thursday 8.30am-6.30pm; Term time only. Flexible (evenings not mornings). Half term holiday care possible but has to be arranged in advance.
    I am a qualified and experienced primary teacher and have worked in education for more than 15 years, encouraging and motivating young people. I've trained student teachers and have a robust understanding of the Early Years requirements to ensure children are ready for school.  I…
  15. The club has a membership of serious and not-so-serious triathletes. From the try-a-tri sprint races to Ironman, novice to international competitors, it aims to cater for all triathletes. The club also likes to try its hand at other events – cross country, fell racing, open water swimming,…
  16. Tri London offers swimming for triathlon at Cally Pool & Gym, 229 Caledonian Rd, N1 0NH, and Beacon school, Hilldrop Rd, N7 0JG. The map shows where triathlon and all sport and physical activity is on offer in Islington.  British Triathlon is the national governing body for triathlon.…
  17. Virgin Active has two centres in Islington: Angel and Moorgate. They offer a gym, fitness classes, swimming and other activities. Virgin Active Angel: https://www.virginactive.co.uk/clubs/islington-angel Virgin Active Moorgate: https://www.virginactive.co.uk/clubs/moorgate