Activities and events in your local community
Getting involved in local community groups and activities can help you stay healthy for longer, remain independent and enjoy life more. It is a great way to socialise and meet new people and there are plenty of activities and groups you can join in with.
You may be interested in taking up a new hobby, learning a skill, going to a class or trying something new. Local magazines and communities may also have their own websites that will have information about local clubs and activities, community meetings, local support and services, volunteering, issues affecting the local community and community facilities.
Community centres also offer activities and some of them run lunch clubs. For lunch clubs, look on RecommendMe - a directory of social activities and events in Camden. Churches also have activities going on, visit your local church for detail of events being held.
Getting involved in some kind of exercise or sport is not only good for your physical and mental wellbeing, but can also really help with morale. It is also a good way of meeting people and making new friends. Further information on physical activity can found in the Council's Sport and Physical Activity webpages.
You can also search for activities and find things to do in your local community in Find services. There are lots of events and activities in Camden, some of these are free.
RecommendMe - free or low cost social activities and events in Camden for users of care and health services
RecommendMe is a directory of free or low cost social activities and events in Camden for people who use social care and health services. It includes a wide range of activities from classes held in community centres or leisure centres with instructors who are qualified to work with older adults and / or people who have been referred by a doctor. It also includes chair based exercises, computer classes, lunch clubs and many more.
Love Camden is a directory of local events in Camden for all ages. It is for residents, visitors and local businesses.