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Get Active London is the largest and most comprehensive database of sports clubs, facilities and activities in London. Right now over 13,000 different sports activities are listed. The project is designed to bring all London's Sport and Physical activity offerings into one up-to-date information hub. The project is essentially a database of all venues, clubs and activity providers in the 33 boroughs of London.
55Gurdon RoadLondonSE7 7RP
Global Fusion Music & Arts is an arts charity based in Greenwich, South East London. It was established in 2001 and has worked widely in the local community and beyond, providing a focus for a wide variety of activities including: music events, festivals, theatre, community and schools workshops, art exhibitions, fashion shows, conferences, poetry, writing group, publishing, audio production, graphic design, photography, film making, training and project management. We have worked closely with many: schools, local authorities, housing associations and museums…
DO GOOD, GET FIT We're a community of runners that combines getting fit with doing good across the community. Join us and find your reason to run. MISSION RUNS Run to help older people and community projects with one-off tasks. Do you want to volunteer, but can't commit regularly? Missions are perfect for you. They give you a reason to run different routes and you're likely to be making a big impact on someone's life too. Maybe it'll even make you run a bit faster? HOW IT WORKS…
The Tramshed41 Woolwich New RoadLondonSE18 6ES
Welcome to GLYPT! The home of great theatre and arts activities for young people. Look out for Greenwich & Lewishams Young People's Theatre family shows, take part in workshops, come along and visit them at the Tramshed, sign up to progression or hire one of the spaces. There’s something for everyone of all ages! Greenwich & Lewisham Young People’s Theatre (GLYPT) has been creating high-quality theatre for and with young people for over 40 years! They…
Charlton HouseCharlton RoadLondonSE7 8RE
Greenwich Dance is the home of dance in South East London. An extraordinary meeting place for artists, audiences and communities. We make the space for great dance to happen through incubation, creation, participation and performance. The organisation also promotes and delivers a range of activities throughout Greenwich and beyond in a range of venues including schools, community spaces and sheltered housing to ensure that everyone has access to high quality dance activities.
Greenwich Get Active can help you get active and stay active by helping you find free and affordable activities near you. Whether you want to get active on your own, as a family or in a group, there's something for you, whatever your age and ability. Visit www.greenwichgetactive.com to find out more.
GLL is the charitable social enterprise that runs Better leisure facilities. And we are not just any leisure company. As a not for-profit charitable social enterprise, every penny of profit we make is reinvested back into community projects, refurbishing our facilities and bringing you brand new state of the art equipment. We work to increase levels of physical activity by delivering sport and health programmes that reach all sectors of the community.
Odeon Cinemas, 61Bugsby's WayLondonSE10 0QJ
ODEON is aware that going to a standard performance of a film can be a challenge for guests on the autism spectrum or with sensory or learning disabilities. As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility and to promote greater social inclusion, ODEON is delighted to host specially adapted Autism Friendly Screenings of new releases one Sunday morning each month. ODEON were the first cinema chain to partner with Dimensions (a not for profit organisation providing support services for people with learning disabilities) to offer nationwide Autism Friendly Screenings and we now…
47Woolwich New RoadWoolwichLondonSE18 6EW
Greenwich Young People's Council (GYPC) is a group of elected young people who represent the views of children and young people across the borough and influence Royal Greenwich council decision-making. You can run for election to be a Youth Councillor if you’re aged 11-18 or up to 25 if you have a disability AND you live or go to school in the borough. As a youth councillor, you will: Run campaigns, projects and events on key issues for young people Meet regularly with senior decision-makers and politicians Raise awareness of how…