|Our Outreach Program is designed to ensure that as many local older people as possible can take advantage of New Horizons services. With the centre as a hub, we also sponsor activities at other venues throughout Chelsea. Ranging from informal social groups to professionally tutored classes,|
New Horizons activities offer a variety of opportunities to explore interests and develop new skills.
Any questions please contact Lily Ostasiewicz, Deputy Manager (Outreach and Development).
Details of venues can be found here.
|2.00-4.00||Spanish for Travellers - starts 9 September||Chelsea Theatre||£3|
|3.30-4.30||Ballroom Dance - starts 9 September||Chelsea Theatre||£1.25|
|2.00-4.00||Brompton Discussion and Social Group||Mary Flux Court||Donation for tea|
|2.00-4.00||Social Bridge (unsupervised)||Lewis Club Room, Lewis Estate||Donation for tea|
|10.00-12.00||French for Travellers - starts 11 September||Chelsea Theatre||£3|
|10.30-12.30||Lewis Art Group - starts 5 September||Lewis Club Room, Lewis Estate||£2|
|2.15-3.15||Exercising with Arthritis - starts 5 September||Mary Smith Court||£1.25|
|2.00-4.00||Social Bridge (unsupervised)||Lewis Club Room, Lewis Estate||Free|
|Outings For Residents Of SW1, SW3, SW5, SW7 & SW10|
|Priority is given to people having difficulty in getting out and about. All outings are wheelchair accessible. To reserve a place, or for more information, please call Sam Hatley on 0207 352 4016.|
|Thursday 17 January: William Morris Gallery, Walthamstow; £7; book and pay by 7 January|
|Wednesday 6 February from 2.30-4pm: Tea Dance at Queen's Gate School, 126 Queen's Gate, South Kensington SW7 5LJ; £2.50.|
|Monday 18 February: The National Portrait Gallery and Free Lunchtime Concert at St. Martin-in-the-Fields; £7; book and pay by 8 February|
|Thursday 14 March: Shopping & Ten Pin Bowling at Surrey Quays; £9.50 (or £7.50 without bowling); book and pay by 1 March|