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Healthy Weight and Enjoy Life in Your Neighbourhood

Source By: LBH

Date: Thursday 29th November 2018

Time: 4pm-6pm

Venue: Northwold Community Centre, Weald Square, 131 Upper Clapton Road, E5 8SR

Do you live around Upper Clapton or Rectory Road?

• What does a healthy weight and enjoying life mean to you?
• What could make it easier to be more physically active and eat more healthily?
• How can we support local people?

Share your views at an informal public session



Financial Abuse Awareness Campaign

Source By: London Borough of Hackney

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Communicating about race equality

Source By: Race on the Agenda

Understanding the communication capacity and needs of the BAMER sector
and our allies

Race On The Agenda, The Black Training and Enterprise Group and
Runnymede Trust have secured some funding to work together to think through how we can work together to improve communications capacity and media outreach for the BAMER sector and those working on race equality and the anti-racism agenda in London.

We want to work with you to better understand the needs of our sector and find out whether there are opportunities to work together to change the narrative to improve race equality.

We know that capacity is stretched but this survey shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes of your time. if you have any questions please email
Click here to complete the survey-

£1 fitness classes

Source By:

Our One You £1 community fitness classes take place in community venues across the borough. They're just £1 and are aimed at residents and people who work in Hackney, from children to older adults.

They run alongside the national Public Health England One You campaign to encourage residents to get fitter, eat healthier and feel better and they're open to all Hackney residents. With over 60 classes per week on 26 estates in Hackney there's something for everyone from Box Fit to Zumba, kids' karate to family street dance.

You can find and book your class on the new OpenPlay app, download the registration form [pdf, 1.52MB]or complete one at the centre.

For free activities for hackney residents aged 50+, see New Age Games. For more information call Henry Muss on 020 8356 6326 or email

Why exercise?

Regular physical activity can reduce your risk of breast cancer by up to 20%, dementia, depression and colon cancer by up to 30%, cardiovascular disease by up to 35%, type 2 diabetes by up to 40% and hip fractures by up to 68% - Public Health England.

Find out more here -

FREE Beginners English for speakers of other Languages (ESOL) course

Source By: Mansford College

Mansford College
Queensbridge Sports & Community
30 Holly Street
London E8 3XW
Office: 020 7275 8643
Fatima – 07809721746
James - 07517131919

Apply Now- Course starts 19th November 2018


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