SOCIAL ACTIVITIES ONLINE

For more information on any of the activities listed below and how best to access them, please contact Alison on 0208 922 2273 or ASmardina@jcare.org.
 

Chatty Café – Monday – 11am
A weekly chat over coffee with a lively group of people who used to meet at Costa Coffee and now meet on Zoom. 

Pop In – Monday 3pm
A weekly meeting if you find yourself at home and fancy a chat – join us on Zoom for a friendly get together.

Exercise with Moira – Tuesday 3pm
30 minutes of gentle seated exercise with Moira, to strengthen and tone your body through the winter months. 

Ukulele Club – Tuesday 4pm
If you would like to learn to play the Ukulele, then you have come to the right place.  This is a small group for beginners. 

Chaps that Chat – Tuesday 11am/Wednesdays 11am
A weekly informal social discussion group for gentlemen – covering current affairs, recent events, past events, politics, sport and anything else of interest. 

Monthly Quiz Group – Wednesday 2pm
A space where you can put your knowledge to the test, a time when you can challenge yourself and others, be in good company and have a bit of fun.

Women’s Hour – Wednesday 3pm (fortnightly)
A chance to enjoy an hour of mindfulness, fashion, makeup ….

Men’s Talk – Thursday 12pm
A small weekly group for men, talking about what’s going on in the world and sharing experiences.

Tea Parties – Tuesday and Thursday 2pm (monthly)
A warm and friendly monthly meeting, giving a chance to make friends with others in your local community.  There are two groups covering Redbridge/Essex and NW London/Middlesex, although with Zoom it doesn’t matter where you are everyone is very welcome. 

Knit, Stitch and Natter – Thursday 3.30pm
For those of you who enjoy knitting, sewing, embroidery, crochet ….Our Knit, Stitch and Natter group will be a chance for you to share what you are doing, get advice if needed and maybe join in our project of knitting for premature babies in hospital. 

Distinguished Gentlemen’s Club – Friday 11am
Small social discussion group for gentlemen with Dementia.