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Regular Activities
Every last Wednesday of every month we have our Tea Afternoon event at the St Peter's Church Notting Hill. We bring speakers from worldwide renowned organisations to talk about health and wellbeing issues as well as financial, housing, safety, and cultural issues. Check below for details.


Other Activities
14th March - Chelsea Medics presents Preventive Medicine. Join us for this important presentation on how to stay healthy and live longer through preventive medicine. Presented by Dr Diane Loudon and Dr Shaima Villait from Chelsea Medics. 2-4pm St Mary Abbots Centre, Vicarage Gate, W8. Light refreshments available.

15th March - Adult Social Care Commissioning: Help shape the new Homecare policy for the Bi-Borough. This is an opportunity to say how you want Homecare to be provided. 1:45 - 4 pm at the Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street, W8 7NX. Lunch available. 

19th March - Jane Mulvagh: Fashion Historian for Vogue UK  Jane Mulvagh is best known for her fashion histories for Vogue and for her history of Madresfield Court, the English Country House upon which Brideshead Revisited was based.  She has taught an MA course in Fashion Journalism & Criticism at Central St Martins School of Art and was a TV presenter and reporter for British Satellite Broadcasting. She was a resident historian at Vogue UK for eight years, was the fashion editor at The European and has written a column for the Financial Times.

22nd March- Imperial College Reseach Project on the Prevention of Cognitive Decline and Dementia. This is an opportunity for our members to make a real difference by being involved in research that may significantly improve the quality of life for older people. Imperial College is asking for volunteers to participate in studies focusing on the prediction and prevention of cognitive decline and dementia. This may lead to the development of effective lifestyle advice or therapies that reduce the risk of developing memory loss, confusion or dementia. Please attend this event for further information. Brompton Library, 210 Old Brompton Road, SW5 0BS. 2:00 - 3:30 pm.

9th April- Opera Holland Park, Cremorne Sheltered Clubrooms. 2-4pm. The unique Opera Holland Park will perform for residents at a special Afternoon Tea event to highlight National Stress Awareness Month

14th April- Private Tour of the Charles Dickens Museum 11:45 am followed by lunch in the Dickens Museum Garden Café. Step back in time to 1839. Walk in the footsteps of the celebrated young author as you enjoy an exclusive tour of Dickens's 'house in town', the only house in which Dickens and his family lived in London that survives. Charles Dickens wrote Oliver Twist, Pickwick Papers and Nicholas Nickleby in this house. It is where he first achieved international fame as one of the world's greatest storytellers. Uncover the world behind the author's public image. Explore his study, the family bedchambers, and the servants' quarters below stairs. See treasures including Dickens's desk, handwritten drafts from the novels he wrote here, and his young wife's engagement ring. Walk through the rooms decorated with their furniture, table-ware, portraits, marble busts, china ornaments, and paintings.

23rd April-Opera Holland Park, Binbrook House 2-4pm. The unique Opera Holland Park will perform for residents at a special Afternoon Tea event to highlight Allergy Awareness Week.  



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