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Our mission is to improve the housing opportunities for those requiring social rented housing in Barnsbury in a spirit of fairness and equity. We acts as a catalyst for community engagement in our neighbourhood. Homes are maintained to a high quality standard, thus improving the housing opportunities for…
At Barnsbury Therapy Rooms, based in Islington, we offer a range of therapies including psychotherapy, counselling and executive coaching, as well as Pesso Boyden Therapy, Psychodynamic Relationship Therapy, EMDR, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Autism Therapy and Mindfulness. We work from three beautiful, calm therapy rooms in…
Set within s secure gated residential complex, the Community space is divided into three separate rooms over ground, first and second floors the uppers floors are accessed via a staircase. The remainder of the space is taken up by circulation space and ancillary facilities (kitchen…
We recruit, train and place volunteers in primary schools to help children with reading.
ARE YOU OVER 50? COULD YOU BE A BEFRIENDER TO OLDER PEOPLE? You can make a difference to the quality of life of lonely and isolated older people by committing 2-3 hours every week. Befriending Matters is a project where volunteers over 50 provide support to the…
Do you want to meet other parents who have children with autism? BetaMinds hosts a coffee morning to give parents and carers an opportunity to come together and share information as a group and act as peer network support. Please email to register for a…
The Forum is a community organisation and emerging development trust which works for everyone with an interest in Archway, whether they live, work or run a company here. Our aim is to make Archway an even better place to live, work and play. We start…
Better Gym, Holloway has a free weights area that caters for all fitness levels and equipped with a range of state-of-the-art machines and weights, well equipped changing rooms and fitness classes. Better Gym, Holloway is not owned by Islington Council.
Better Lives is an integrated adult substance misuse service delivered by Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust in partnership with WDP and Blenheim. We offer a free and confidential support service for individuals and their families affected by drug and alcohol problems. Our specialist team…
Maximum occupancy: 80. Not available for private parties.
Black Arrows Badminton Club works in Islington and other boroughs, offering badminton to juniors, adults, over 50s and disabled people, both groups and individuals. The club was formed in 1984.
The Parish of Copenhagen Street is situated in the Islington Deanery. It was founded in 1916.
We help blind and visually impaired students and graduates who are looking for professional jobs preparing them for Interviews, assessment centre, CV writing, application writing. We can helpif you are: A blind or partially sighted teenager, looking for career advice or technology advice. A parent…
Blue17 vintage clothing offers one of the best selections of apparel in the UK and is a retail and wholesale business located since 1994 at 162 Holloway Road, London, N7 8DD. Stockists of top quality American and European clothes and accessories for Men and Women,…
The Blue Badge Scheme allows you free parking for short periods when you are with your disabled child and/or adult. The scheme is administered by the local authority which deals with applications and issues badges. There are lots of rules about when and where you…
Founded in 1990, the organisation works to raise public consciousness about the psychological effects of sending children away to school and the social system that encourages this habit.