What's on in your area

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Things to do and keeping in touch

Meeting new people and keeping busy is important for your physical and mental health. Find out what’s on in your local area and how to get involved.

Community hubs

There are a wide range of community centres and hubs in Westminster, offering all sorts of opportunities for activities and meeting people.

If you’re aged 50+ there are hundreds of free and low cost activities every week. Choose from social activities, walks, pilates, coffee mornings, computer classes and much more. Contact your local hub for details.

Penfold Community Hub

60 Penfold Street, NW8 8PJ
020 8762 3082
penfoldhub@nhhg.org.uk

Visit Notting Hill Housing to find out what’s on at the Penfold Community Hub.

Queen’s Park and Harrow Road Community Hub

Room 9b, Beethoven Centre, Third Avenue, W10 4JL
020 7266 2776
choggan@openage.org.uk 

Visit Open Age to find out about weekly activities or about Queen’s Park and Harrow Road Community Hub.

Westbourne Community Hub

Paddington Arts, 32 Woodfield Road, W9 2BE
020 3713 8737

Visit Open Age to find out about weekly activities.

Churchill Community Hub

Churchill Gardens Youth Club, Churchill Gardens Road, Churchill Gardens Estate, SW1V 3AL
020 7976 6354
jgrieve@openage.org.uk

Visit Open Age to find out about weekly activities.

To find out about what’s on in your neighbourhood, visit the Events section on People First.

Events in Westminster

Volunteering

Befriending services

If you’re feeling lonely and finding it hard to keep in touch with people because of health problems or other circumstances, there is support available to help you get involved in the community.

There are various organisations in Westminster offering befriending services. Befriending means a volunteer befriender will visit you in your home or phone you for a chat on a regular basis.

For more information on befriending and organisations which offer befriending services in your area, visit People First.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer befriender to provide companionship and emotional support for lonely adults, visit Team Westminster.

Westminster Plus

Westminster Plus is our quarterly magazine for residents aged 65 and over. It includes the latest information on:

  • services
  • activities
  • events
  • offers
  • health advice
  • local life
  • community issues

View the latest edition of Westminster Plus

Communications, Westminster Plus, 18th Floor, City Hall, 64 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 6Q

Email westminsterplus@westminster.gov.uk

 

 

 


Last updated: 26 January 2017
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