"Hi Maria. I haven't checked with anyone else but I can wait until the morning. If they have had a number of calls, they usually send someone out as an emergency call. At least I can watch stuff on-line and through the iplayer etc so it is not…"
Do you have a neighbour or friend who wants to get online but doesn't know where to start?If you are a City resident aged 60+ then come along to Computers for Complete Beginners sessions with Age UK City of London.This is a FREE 4 week course starting Wed 9th Junein the Barbican CentreFriendly, relaxed setting, 1:1 support between each session, you can borrow a tablet computer to practice at homeWe will cover the complete basics: searching the internet, sending an email, keeping yourself safe…See More
Alice from Age UK City of London runs a monthly FREE film screening on a Wednesday afternoon at the Golden Lane Community Centre downstairs. The next showing will be WED 18 MARCH starting at 1.30pm PLEASE NOTE THE NEW TIME as the film is a little longer then usual and we need to finish at 4pm. The film will be DOWNTON ABBEY and all are welcome - if in doubt contact Alice on email@example.com or call 020 78206770The monthly film screenings are part of a programme of activities that…See More
Alice from Age UK City of London runs a monthly FREE film screening on a Wednesday afternoon at the Golden Lane Community Centre downstairs. The next showing will be on Wednesday 22 January 2020 starting at 2pm. The film will be MADE IN DAGENHAM and all are welcome - if in doubt please get in contact with Alice via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 78206770The monthly film is part of a program of activities. There is also a weekly drop in coffee & chat EVERY Wednesday…See More
Age UK City of London run a social drop in session every Wednesday afternoon downstairs at the Golden Lane Community Centre from 2pm - 4pm. This session also is a place for you to come along with any issues that you have with technology - help with your mobile phone or iPad?On Wednesday 18th September, John McGeachy will be asking local residents about their transport concerns eg inaccessible transport, truncated bus routes etc. as we will be holding a Transport ‘Listening and Action’…See More