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Metropolitan Chess Club

Thursday 6pm
**ANNOUNCEMENT** Due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, the Artisan Centre and Community Hall are closed. The Metropolitan Chess Club, London's oldest chess club, meets every Thurday at 6pm at the Artizan Street Library and Community Centre. We're open to new members of all abiities. Come and…
1 Artizan StreetLondonE1 7AF

Motability

The Motability Scheme enables disabled people to get mobile by exchanging their mobility allowance to lease a new car, scooter or powered wheelchair. The car is used by, or for the benefit of, the disabled person. This does not mean that the disabled person needs…

Kooth - Your online mental wellbeing community

Free, safe and anonymous support Children and young people living in the City of London aged 11 to 19 years old can access free and anonymous online counselling and emotional support. Click here. The Kooth team are here to provide free, safe and anonymous online…

Food Bank @ St. Luke’s Church

A non-referral food bank. Food banks are designed to provide short-term (emergency) support to those experiencing food poverty. Opening as normal, every Tuesday and Thursday 10am-12pm EXCEPT on New Year's eve 31/12/20 when they will be closed.
Alpha GroveLondonE14 8LH

City of London Youth Forum

The City Youth Forum is an opportunity for any young person, aged 11-19 (or up-to 25 with SEND) who lives, works or studies within the Square Mile to: Represent the views of young people living, working or studying in the City Help shape future services…
EC2V 7HH

Downright Excellent

Downright Excellent (DEx) provides weekly speech and language, and occupational therapy sessions at The Sundial Centre in Hoxton for children aged 0-13. We also provide quality play experiences for children with Down syndrome and their siblings, plus education and support for parents and carers. The…
Sundial Centre, 11Shipton StreetLondonE2 7RU

Mencap - Employ Me

Employ Me is Mencap’s own employment programme. We have developed it with people with a learning disability so we know that it works. Employ Me is designed to help people with a learning disability to learn new skills and to find work. Employ Me are…

Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) Health and Well-being Clubs

RSBC Health and Wellbeing Clubs run twice a month across London and are free to attend and open to anyone blind or partially sighted, between the ages of 8-25, with any level of experience.  Every session you’ll take part in activities and sports such as…

Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) Employability skills programme

Are you 18 – 25, vision impaired and not currently in full-time education or employment?  RSBC’s free employability programme can help you get the skills that could make your dream job a reality. You’ll gain essential workplace skills through workshops, one to one sessions and…

Barbican Comic Forum

Third Thursday of every month 5.30-7pm
The Barbican Comic Forum is a fun and informal book group dedicated to the understanding and enjoyment of the multifaceted medium of comic books and graphic novels. Make friends, converse, get recommendations and choose from a wide selection of books to borrow and take home.…
Barbican CentreSilk StreetLondon
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