We Are Ageing Better: November events


We Are Ageing Better is a project we deliver in St Pancras and Somers Town with Ageing Better in Camden. The project brings people together to share skills and experiences, and create change in the community. It is open to everyone over 60 in St Pancras and Somers Town.

Message Jess Grieve on We Are Ageing Better's Twitter or call 020 7209 9333 to find out more or book on. You can also watch our recent We Are Ageing Better film here.


We Are Ageing Better members at our Silver Sunday breakfast event.


Wednesday 6 November, 2pm-3pm, Gentle exercise taster, free 

The Living Centre, 2 Ossulston Street, NW1 1DF

We are so pleased to have a volunteer who is willing to teach a gentle chair based exercise class. This is something that a lot of people asked for in our survey. We are holding this taster to see what interest there is and hope to set up a regular class from Feb 2020. Please book with Jess.


Friday 8 November 10.30am – 12pm, Sustrans Monthly Walk: Mayfair, free 

Meet at 10.15am outside Bond Street Tube 

Explore Mayfair squares from Bond Street to Green Park via Grosvenor Square and Berkeley Square. 


Wednesday 13 November 2pm - 4pm, Flower arranging session, free 

The Living Centre, 2 Ossulston Street, NW1 1DF

Learn how to make a fabulous button hole arrangement or a fabulous round posy arrangement, using different colours, textures and ideas. Come along to this free, fun and informative session with Working Men’s College. Please book with Jess.


Tuesday 19 November 10.30am – 12pm, Hidden London Walk: Barbican, free  

Meet at 10.30am at Barbican Tube Station 

The walk includes Roman London secrets, the mystery of John Milton's fall, vanished streets and Oliver Cromwell's happiest day and a bit of Brutalist architecture. We will stop for tea when the need arises. Please book with Jess.


Thursday 21 November 2pm – 4pm, Digital Mapping Workshop, free

The Living Centre, 2 Ossulston Street, NW1 1DF

Learn how to combine history and digital skills with Somers Town History Club. Bring any old photos and we can research the area together using iPads.