For a full week, 7th – 11th March, the Centre held a series of activities for fun, creativity, connection and learning.

We also celebrated International Women’s Day on 8th March and Social Prescribing Day on 10th March.

Highlights included Archery and Zumba in Bob’s Park, gardening together in the sunshine, energy saving workshop, mindfulness and many creative groups. The Mayor of Tower Hamlets, John Biggs popped in to see what was happening.

The Centre is now fully re-open with lots of Covid-safe activities happening regularly. You can find out more on our Whats On page or by signing up to our newsletter.

  • “This is the first time I have felt relaxed in three years.”

– Carers coffee group new member

  • “I’m new to the area and I find this amazing place on my door step!”

– Mindfulness participant

  • “Thanks for getting me out again after so long, it’s been lovely.”

– Gardening group member

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