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  1. St John’s Deaf Community Centre

    We, St John's Deaf Community Centre opened in February 2011 and have since grown from strength to strength with various sections set up for children and adults under one umbrella 'St John's Deaf Club.' Please look through our website for information and...

  2. CARIS Haringey's M.A.N project - monthly meet up for children, young people & their families

    From: CARIS Haringey

    Introducing M.A.N ‘Men Are Needed’ Our aim is to develop a community of positive male role models that can support our future generation Are you a parent that wants your child to be involved in activities led by positive male role models? You may be a...

  3. Markfield

    Markfield is a community centre based in the London Borough of Haringey, which promotes rights, independence, choice and inclusion for Disabled people and their families. For further information please click on the link below. Accessibility Guide from...

  4. The Community Hub

    The community Hub (previously known as Asian Centre) is a welcoming space for people of all ages, genders and ethnicities to come together, stay safe and active and feel included and valued. We run health and social activities, support services that improve...

  5. Parents in Mind at Mind in Haringey

    Parents in Mind is a newly-recomissioned Peer Support group for parents/carers of children (aged 10-18) living in Haringey. We launch our first Peer Support group on the 31 October 2017, and will be extending this service into 2 groups by the end of 2017....

  6. Free Youth Club for Wheelchair users

    From: Whizz-Kids

    Free Youth Clubs: These clubs are for people who want to meet up and try new activities with other young people, and are for wheelchair users aged between 8 and 25 years (all London young wheelchair users welcome). Most of the young people who attend...

  7. Challenge Group

    The Challenge Group is a playgroup for families with babies and children with additional needs. It is a place where people can chat informally over a cup of coffee or tea and a piece of homemade cake. We have many DBS-checked volunteers who can help play...

  8. Family Activities

    From: Noah's Ark Children's Hospice

    Family Activities Noah’s Ark aims to improve quality of life. Through our Family Activities programme we enable families to have fun, develop confidence, make friends and build a community of support. Activities are held mostly on weekends or in school...

  9. Better Together Social Club

    From: The Community Hub

    Every Wednesday 11 am to 3 pm If you are 55+ and want to be involved, socialise and make new friends then join our Better Together Social Club. Play fun and brain games to improve concentration. chair base exercise session. Create your own masterpiece...

  10. Brightstars

    We are a small community club providing a platform for those with autism to have fun and a place where they feel confident to be themselves. We do this through activities such as African Drumming and Dance, Drama, Movement Therapy, Singing and Sports...

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