Gaby’s Kitchen – Free International Cuisine Course
Missed the Start date ! It’s no Problem Come along when you Can!
Want to Improve your Cooking Skills?
Location: New Kingshold Community Centre,
49 Ainsworth Road, E9 7JE .
Book your Place : – Contact : Manny Epton :
at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Or : 07885629384
A Free Weekly Drop-in Session – Explore various techniques for relaxation and well-being.
Starting with some gentle Tai Chi exercises to loosen tight shoulders and warm up those stiff backs: moving into some guided mindfulness meditation and finally ending with some blissful relaxation.
This is open to staff, patients, carers, family, friends of St. Joseph’s Hospice and anyone you know who might benefit.
Tuesdays 5.00pm – 6.00pm
Finding Space, St Joseph’s Hospice
For more information please contact : Complementary Therapies on: 0208 525 3144
Tenants and residents of Alden and Broadway Estates have been Invited to this Special Garden Event ‘The Alden and Broadway Vegetable Garden Official Opening Lunch’
To be held on : Sunday 07th June 2015
Time: 1.00pm – 4.00pm
Location : The Alden and Broadway Estate Vegetable Garden
(on the side of broadway House) Sheep Lane.
Lots of Fun ~ Live Music, Garden Games, Henna, Food and Drinks, Snacks. Raffle Prize Draw and Lots More!
Get Involved with Growing vegetables and attend a gardening Session, Come along and find out more.
Remember the date Sunday 07th June 2015 from 1.00pm
The Aim is to reduce bike crime in the Broadway Market area.
Get your bicycles property marked.
This will take place every Sunday between 12 and 3 at Broadway Market / Benjamin Close .
The purpose of having your bike marked is firstly to be a visible deterrent but also so if a bike is stolen they can trace the owner and there is a more realistic chance of a prosecution and conviction.
If your bike is not marked come along. Tell your neighbours.
To get more information from the police about the borough and the ward you live in, please visit the Hackney section of the Metropolitan Police website.
This is not a crime reporting system. Contact 101 or visit the Metropolitan Police website to report a crime.
Dial 999 if you need police in an emergency.