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Claremont Project

We offer a wide range of life enhancing activities for older people. Whether you want to meet new people, learn new skills or explore new ideas, there's bound to be something for you at Claremont!

Our services are mostly based on the arts and there are currently over 34 regular daytime activities a week for over 55's, as well as numerous short- duration projects, one-off activities, new member welcome events, outings and social events. Interested in knowing more? Just come along and ask for Leonor!

We also offer art therapy and psychotherapy.

 

Claremont is about people having opportunities to shine and live happier, healthier and connected lives. Claremont is all about people mattering.

Claremont provides a spectrum of services aimed at personal and community development. In addition to activities relating to the arts, physical health, and learning, we also offer low cost  one-to-one psychotherapy. These services are carefully designed and delivered based on research evidence relating to what kinds of things have the most positive impact on well-being (physical and psychological well-being/health).

Many of our services are aimed at people aged 55 and older, who can become members of Claremont. There is a regular weekly programme of over 35 activities, ranging from art, music, literature, and fitness, to a huge variety of dance. In addition to this regular programme, we have free concerts, dance and music events showcasing different cultures, fairs, parties, short courses (from clowning to portrait photography), and much more. There are also areas to just sit, have a tea or coffee, read the papers and chat with other members. Membership is free and class cost varies from free to £4, with most being just £1.50.

Claremont has three large halls that are used by a wide range of groups. We generally only make bookings for groups on a sessional basis (groups that have regular meetings here), although ad hoc bookings can be made by other charities and community groups. We're sorry but we don't accept bookings for receptions or parties.

Claremont has three large halls that are used by a wide range of groups. We generally only make bookings for groups on a sessional basis (groups that have regular meetings here), although ad hoc bookings can be made by other charities and community groups. We're sorry but we don't accept bookings for receptions or parties.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Joanne Keane
Telephone
020 7837 3402
E-mail
jo@claremont-project.org
Website
www.claremont-project.org/

Location

Address
24-27
White Lion Street
Postcode
N1 9PD

Other Details

Additional Languages
English, Spanish, French
Record updated: 01/03/2018