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Find out here about activities and events taking place at Age UK Westminster.

If you would like to attend any of the activities below or need further information please contact: Souad Abdellaoui:

Mob: 07903 255384

Email: souad.abdellaoui@ageukwestminster.org.uk


To see our activities timetable click here


Kensington Palace Group visit - A further group visit on Friday 12.00pm 17th September

Our first visit was so popular that we have arranged a further visit

If you are interested in attending and have not already registered your interest, please contact Souad Abdellaoui:

Tel: 07903 255384

Email: souad.abdellaoui@ageukwestminster.org.uk


Coffee Morning Forum - every fortnight 11.00am-12.30pm and next on Thursday 5th August, Regent Hall, Welcome Hub, 275 Oxford Street, W1C 2DJ, near Oxford Circus Tube Station

5th August - Guest speaker Paul McGarrity from the Museum of London Archaeology

Speaking about the excavations at St James's Gardens in Euston.

Did you know that one of the biggest archaeological digs in the UK recently took place in Euston?

The archaeological excavation at St James's Gardens undertaken by MOLA Headland for the HS2 rail line was the largest investigation of an 18th/19th century burial ground ever undertaken in the UK. It presented archaeologists with an unprecedented opportunity to study the population of London during a period of rapid expansion and change for the city.

Join representatives from MOLA Headland for a short talk about the history of the site as well as discussing some of the recent findings.

If you would like to attend, please contact Souad Abdellaoui.

Tel: 07903 255384
Email: souad.abdellaoui@ageukwestminster.org.uk


Tea and Chat afternoon2.00pm-3.30pm. Every fortnight from Thursday 29th July at St Marylebone Parish Church , St Marylebone Parish Church, 17 Marylebone Road, NW1 5LT

Join us for a tea and chat afternoon and our return to St Marylebone Parish Church.

Full of social interaction with Guest Presenters.

If you would like to attend, please contact Souad Abdellaoui.

Tel: 07903 255384
Email: souad.abdellaoui@ageukwestminster.org.uk


Information and Advice Surgery - Every Tuesday 10.30am-12.30pm, Regent Hall Social 275 Oxford Street, W1C 2DJ - By appointment only.

Please contact enquiries to arrange an appointment:

Tel: 020 3004 5610

Email: enquiries@ageukwestminster.org.uk


Poetry Reading - Every Monday 2.00pm - 4.00pm

The Poetry Reading session has become popular and we have heard several poetry recitals learning a little about each poet. Choose your favourite poem to be recited to the group, discuss what it means to you and listen to other guest’s favourites. Each week there will be a theme for poetry selections and attendees will choose one classic and one contemporary poem.

This group will meet via ZOOM.

Please send your selected poem to Souad so that we can share with the group beforehand.

‘Poetry is the record of the best and happiest moments of the happiest and best minds.’ Shelley

For instructions on the ZOOM video installation see How to use Zoom


Favourite Song Request Session - Every Wednesday 2.00pm - 4.00pm

Our Music sessions have been extremely successful, a big hit! We will be holding regular 'Song Request' sessions on ZOOM from the1950's to the present day hosted by DJ 'Silver Fox'. Let the memories flow and the nostalgia of the times be revisited once more. Send your request for the playlist by Tuesday and listen to your favourite track on the day. Headphones attached to your mobile/laptop may give the best sound.

Please send your song request to Souad so that we can compile the playlist.

For instructions on the ZOOM video installation see How to use Zoom


'Introducing our new series telling the stories of our clients.'

Please do send in your stories of how our way of life has changed since the pandemic. Tell us about the things you have missed most, the separation and confinement that you have experienced and describe your hopes for the future.

Compose a wonderful poem to express your thoughts and share with us.