Redbridge clubs news: Music jam session, keep fit class and free coffee morning
PUBLISHED: 15:00 13 September 2014
The group is holding a free coffee morning to discuss the challenges facing the voluntary sector.
Guest speaker will be chief executive officer from Redbridge Voluntary Services, Ross Diamond.
The event is open to all and there refreshments will be available.
It will be held in the Hainault Room at Fullwell Cross Library at 9.45am on September 23.
For more information call 020 8550 6629.
Barkingside Light Night
Hundreds of colourful lanterns will illuminate the sky to celebrate the regeneration of Barkingside.
The new town square and pocket park will be officially launched during Light Night on September 27.
The celebrations will include the unveiling of the square’s new name at 5pm and performances from rock group The Novelty and Redbridge Music Lounge.
Children will be kept busy with various activities based on the theme of Little Red Riding Hood.
The event will take place from 10am to 9pm on September 27.
For more information call 020 8708 2078.
West Essex Ramblers
The rambling community is setting out on an eight mile walk from Walthamstow Central Station finishing at Chingford.
The route will go through old Walthamstow Village and on the Edge of Epping Forest.
There will be midway breaks to cafés or pubs along the way.
The walk will start at 10.30am on September 24.
For more details about the walk and how to join the group, contact 020 8502 1628.
The Redbridge Music Lounge
Musicians are being encouraged to come along to the next session of the Redbridge Music Lounge.
The venue is for singers, composers and musicians who are keen to network, perform together and share their expertise.
The next session takes place on September 24 at 11am at Ilford Sports Club Pavilion in Cricklewood Place, Ilford.
Rehearsal equipment and performing facilities are available.
Contact Chris Wyatt on 07929 071155 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep fit class
Stay fit and healthy by taking part in an aerobic class at Cardinal Heenan Centre in High Road, Ilford.
The low impact aerobics class involves a warm up to get your circulation going, followed by natural body movements to music while moving around the floor.
The popular session attracts the older generation and aims to make participants more aware of their body and the benefits of staying fit and healthy.
Those who attend are advised to wear loose comfortable clothing and trainers or dance shoes.
The class, which costs £3.50 or £3.30 for leisure pass holders, takes place every Friday at 2pm. No need to book in advance.
For more information call 020 8708 0951.
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