What’s on at Islington’s community centres

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  • Oct

From exercise classes and arts events to computer skills and employment advice, community centres host a huge range of fun, informative and enjoyable activities that bring people together.

Check out these new activities for autumn.

Indoor short mat bowling sessions
Taking place at the Brickworks Community Centre, indoor bowling is a fun way for the over 55s to get fit, meet other people and learn a new skill.

Organised and overseen by Arsenal in the Community, indoor bowling is well established in a number of centres across the borough including the Emirates Stadium, Andover and Westbourne community centres.

Sessions take place on Fridays, 1-2.30pm during school term time.

For more information and to find your nearest session, please contact Mark Antoniewicz at mantoniewicz@arsenal.co.uk or email hcdt@islington.gov.uk

Diabetes self-management course
Look out for our new course starting at the Jean Stokes Community Centre from 5 October. Over seven weeks, this free course will help you take control of your diabetes and live well by giving you the skills and tools to manage your condition.

For more information and to sign up, contact Linda Gaskell, Self-Management Co-ordinator on 020 7527 1189 or email hcdt@islington.gov.uk

Expert patient course
The expert patient course, starting at The Peel, 3 Corners Learning Centre on 23 October, is a free course for anyone living with one or more health conditions such as asthma, arthritis and heart and lung problems.

These six week courses are designed to help you cope and feel in more control.

For more information and to sign up, contact Linda Gaskell, Self-Management Co-ordinator on 020 7527 1189 or email hcdt@islington.gov.uk

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