Projects: Ageactivity 60+

Ageactivity 60+

The Ageactivity 60+ team have been extremely busy adapting the project during lockdown. The safety of members takes precedent in our decision making. You can read about the services we provided during lockdown below.

Ageactivity 60+ During Lockdown

Now the community centre is open we will be hosting a small number of activities onsite. If you are still shielding, or do not feel comfortable travelling to Castlehaven, we will be livestreaming these sessions on Zoom. We are also continuing, and adding to our virtual sessions that were such a success during lockdown. Here is our current calendar:

Members, don’t forget to look in your weekly bulletins for login details. For information on any of these session please email rosa@castlehaven.org.uk or call 0207 692 2238.

If you'd like to have a meeting about membership, please book an appointment. You can do this by contacting Rosa via the above details. 

Details and Testimonials

Are you aged 60+ and looking for something to do, learn or just meet others? Well, Ageactivity 60+ is for you!

“Since joining I have met new people, done interesting things and had fun. In general it has opened up my life, I’m no longer lonely I’m busy!”

“I love getting out of London even on a wet day; I have fun with my friends. It’s lovely to be with people!” 

"Tai Chi & Ballroom dancing are both enjoyable and a good way to keep mobile. I am told next to swimming, ballroom dancing is the best form of exercise.”

“Since retirement it has provided some structure in my new way of life. Lots of new friendly people who care.”

How much does it cost?
For only £15.00 per year you can access a huge range of exciting walks and classes. Friendly, caring and respectful staff, tutors and volunteers will be on hand to welcome, teach and guide you throughout your time with Ageactivity 60+. 

All staff, tutors and volunteers are enhanced DBS Checked (Criminal Bureau Record Checked) and screened before working here.


Jack Petchey Foundation
Lottery Funded
Camden
Virgin Money
HS2
John Lyon's Charity
MVF
Mayor of London