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Gentle exercise & relaxation for over 60’s – Available every Friday

December 6, 2016 in News by Old Oak Centre

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Are you aged over 60 years?  Do you have limited mobility or like to feel more energised, stronger and relaxed?  Would you like more mental and physical focus, concentration and co-ordination?

Come and join our classes?  Around half of the sessions will be to music and the other half for discussion and relaxation. 

Please ask for an information sheet with full details or book a space by calling 020 8740 8008.  Alternatively you may visit Old Oak Community and Children’s Centre, 76 Braybook Street, London W12 0AP

Outstanding Community Champions Celebration – November 2016

November 25, 2016 in News by Old Oak Centre

The achievements of the volunteers were celebrated as they received certificates for training for three accredited courses – equivalent to 60 hours of training for each volunteer. Outstanding Champion volunteers also received Special Awards for their significant contributions in improving the health outcomes of other local residents.

Photo: Andrew Kimmance, Director for Old Oak Housing / Charlton Triangle Housing, with Maternity Champions Co-ordinator, Carmella Obinyan and Community Champions Manager, Caroline Lister, with Maternity Champion volunteers at the annual Champions Conference held at Kensington Town Hall, west London.

Photo: Andrew Kimmance, Director for Old Oak Housing / Charlton Triangle Housing, with Maternity Champions Co-ordinator, Carmella Obinyan and Community Champions Manager, Caroline Lister, with Maternity Champion volunteers at the annual Champions Conference held at Kensington Town Hall, west London.

 

Harrow Club Christmas Dinner for Older People – Saturday 17 December 2016

November 23, 2016 in News by Old Oak Centre

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You are invited to attend to a Christmas Dinner on Saturday 17th December 2016Where: Old Oak Community & Children’s Centre 76 Braybrook Street London W12 0AP

When: 12.30 – 2.30 Places are limited to 30 people so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Come and join us and let the young people show you their cooking skills and entertainment.

Menu 

Starters

Roasted Sweet Potato and Carrot Soup
Red Lentil, Chickpea and Chilli Soup
(both served with Homemade Fresh Bread)Mains

Turkey, Lamb or Gammon with sausages in bacon
Caramelised Red Onion, Balsamic Vinegar and Goats Cheese Tart (Can be made without Cheese)
Cheddar Cheese & Leek Tart
Vegetarian Sausages

Served With

Garlic and Herb Roasted Potatoes
Honey Glazed Parsnips and Carrots
Broccoli and Cauliflower
Stuffing
Yorkshire Pudding
Gravy

Desserts

Homemade Mince Pies
Christmas Pudding
Homemade Chocolate Log with Cream, Custard or Ice Cream

Cheese boards & non alcoholic mulled wine

More information on 020 8740 8008

Older People’s Festive Afternoon Tea – Friday 16 December 2016

November 18, 2016 in News by Old Oak Centre

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If you are aged over 60 and live on the Old Oak estate or in the neighbourhood call now to book your place?  The afternoon will feature a delicious festive buffet, tea, live entertainment, fun and laughter. 

The event takes place on Friday  16 December from 12 noon to 2pm at Old Oak Community and Children’s Centre, 76 Braybrook Street, London W12 0AP

The deadline for bookings is Monday 12 December 2016

Commmunity Road Watch

November 2, 2016 in News by Old Oak Centre

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Community Roadwatch gives residents the opportunity to work with local police teams, and use speed detection equipment to deter speeding on their roads.

Why are we running Community Roadwatch?

Transport for London, the City of London Police, and the Metropolitan Police Service, are working to together to reduce collisions on London’s roads.
Research has shown that speed is often a contributory factor in road collisions.  Community Roadwatch is designed to support wider police activity, working with local communities to make people aware of the dangers of travelling too fast on London’s road.

Where does Community Roadwatch take place?

Community Roadwatch focuses on residential roads and will be available in all London boroughs by 2016.

How to get involved

If you would like to take part in Community Roadwatch, or suggest a residential area where there are concerns around speeding, contact communityroadwatch@tfl.gov.uk

www.tfl.gov.uk/communityroadwatch

 

 

 

 

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