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Free Wellness Café for Older People
As part of a free monthly café, older people can learn about, and get involved in, sessions inspired by, the different types of sports that used to take place at Alexandra Palace.

The Wellness pop-up café takes place on the last Monday of every month from 2.00pm to 4.00pm at
Alexandra Palace. There will be tea, cakes and conversations at the Transmitter Hall in Alexandra Palace.
To reserve your place call Raya on 077906 97777 or email raya.zineddin@the goodcaregroup.com


Computer support for older people
St Thomas More Catholic School, Glendale Ave, Wood Green N22 5HN
A teacher in a secondary school in Wood Green has been in touch about a computer project
being set up with the help of the school’s students. The project will aim to provide members
of the local community with 1:1 tech support in a friendly and non-judgemental environment. Anyone can come by with their devices or use one of the desktop computers, and they
can get help with navigating a particularly insidious website or using a new app. The school
students have been trained, and are very excited about the project – now they want to make
sure that they can reach those in our local community who would most benefit! Teenagers
nowadays are very digitally literate and want to use their passion for technology to help others.
Please contact Mical at m.nelken@stthomasmorescho.org.uk for more information.
… and yet more IT help
Generation Exchange are also working with a Wood Green School to help local residents
brush up on their social media or email skills. See attached flyer limited so booking is essential.


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