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  1. LinkAge Plus

    From: Linkage Plus

    LinkAge Plus is joint funded by Tower Hamlets Council and Tower Hamlets CCG offering outreach to residents over the age of 50. A partnership of 5 organisations: Age UK East London, Peabody, Neighbours in Poplar, St Hilda's at Sonali Gardens and Toynbee...

  2. New Dawn Day Service

    From: Tower Project

    New Dawn is a day service for people with learning disabilities and/or complex needs, offering a diverse array of opportunities, which enables people to be in charge of their own personal development and progression, each person chooses their own individual...

  3. Sonali Gardens Day Care (Weekends)

    From: St Hilda's East Community Centre

    Sonali (Bengali for ‘Golden’) Gardens Day Centre provides person centred care and support on Saturdays for Bangladeshi and other communities. A borough wide resource, it is run at St Hilda’s second site in Shadwell. A team of bi-lingual Bengali speaking...

  4. RLSB Health and Wellbeing Group for Vision Impaired Young People

    From: Royal London Society for Blind People

    The RLSB health and wellbeing group is a free monthly sports activity club running in Tower Hamlets. The service runs for 4 hours and comprises of a number of sports activities, these activities are delivered by RLSB staff and our external partners including...

  5. Chinese Association of Tower Hamlets Elderly Luncheon Club

    From: Chinese Association of Tower Hamlets

    CATH's Luncheon Club is aimed primarily, but not exclusively, at Chinese and Vietnamese Elders who wish to improve their physical and mental wellbeing. Through our programme of fun and informative activities, and exercise classes, we wish to give attendees...

  6. Bangladeshi Parents and Carers Association, Day Service

    From: Bangladeshi Parents and Carers Association

    BPCA (Bangladeshi Parents & Carers Association) is a Day Centre for adults with multiple disabilities. BPCA is committed to providing a learning, working and social environment in which the rights and dignity of all its members are respected. Activities...

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