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EVENTS

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Walk for Health

Following the success of the initial previous 'Walk for Health', further walks are now planned on Riddlesdown Common.


Social prescribing enables GPs, nurses and other primary care professionals to refer people to a range of local, non-clinical services. These services can involve a variety of activities which are typically provided by voluntary and community sector organisations. For example, for someone who might be lonely or socially isolated, the GPs social prescription might include, activities such as, joining a lunch club, exercise or walking groups, befriending, volunteering, or something as a simple as a drop-in facility for coffee and a chat. With this in mind the City of London Rangers on Riddlesdown Common, supported by St Edmund's Care Group and Riddlesdown Residents' Association, have arranged a programme of short guided walks for those, who perhaps, have not walked for a while and feel in need of a little support.


The next short circular 'Walk for Health' for around 30 - 45 mins, will be on Wednesday 27 November starting from the car park on Riddlesdown Common, off Riddlesdown Rd at 1.30pm.


No need to book - just turn up!




































Events Diary For City of London Commons

Coulsdon, Kenley, Farthing Downs, Riddlesdown, Spring Park, West Wickham. City of London Commons website Link


Note: It is suggested that a check is made first that an event is definitely taking place by contacting the details of relevant websites and / or phone numbers etc, first, before travelling. Please ring or email for more details. Telephone:01372 279083.


Volunteering


Riddlesdown Volunteers

Thursday 14 November 10am-3pm

 

Kenley Common Volunteers

Tuesday 19 November 10am-3pm



Dementia Friendly Screenings,

Following the success of the first set of Dementia Friendly Screenings, another group of films have been planned from Tuesday 2 July until 14 December at the David Lean Cinema, Katharine Street, Croydon. Entry is free and they have been sponsored by the Sanderstead and Coulsdon Ward Councillors.


All films are on a Tuesday at 11am (except 14 December which is a Saturday and at 2.30pm). Tea, coffee and biscuits are available from 1.45pm.

Sat 14 December (2.30pm) - A Christmas Carol


For tickets go to www.eventbrite.co.uk and search Dementia Friendly Screening


New screenings are planned for 2020 and details will follow shortly.





































Parkrun Riddlesdown

Riddlesdown Common - Free 5km Timed Run Every Saturday - See link for further details to register - Link


Purley Literary Society

Meetings run from October to March. Talks are in the hall of the Purley URC Church, 906 Brighton Road – next to Purley Hospital, at 8pm. The web site gives more information: www.purley-literary-society.com


RRA Children’s Christmas Party


All places for the RRA Children's Christmas Party are now taken but we are still taking names to place on a reserve list.


The party is on Saturday 7 December from 2pm to 4pm, at St Edmund's Church. The suggested age range is 3 to 10/11.


If you have booked a place for your child(en) and are unable to attend PLEASE can you let us know, so another child can attend. Even on the morning of the party due to illness etc.


The e-mail address is; EventsRRA@gmail.com or text/phone 07874 682852.








































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