New Horizons is a lively, convivial centre in Chelsea. Our aim is to promote active lifestyles and independence. Whether you are looking for new challenges, health support or the opportunity to make new acquaintances, why not come and see all that we have to offer.
We look forward to inquiries from new members - joining is simply a matter of filling out the membership form; there is no fee.
The address is: New Horizons, Guinness Trust Estate, Cadogan Street, London, SW3 2PF
Opening Times: 9:30 - 4.00 Monday to Friday.
The current New Horizons members' newsletter can be found here.
There are over 80 regular weekly activities at the centre, as well as at various venues in the community. We charge a nominal fee of between £1.25 and £3.00 per class. We also organise and host special events from complementary therapy workshops, Digital Clinics from Age UK and counselling and Information and Advice sessions.
New Horizons Café
Open 9:30 - 4:00 Monday to Friday (last service 4:00).
Run in partnership with Open Age and the Camden Society, New Horizons Café sits at the heart of the New Horizons Activity Centre in Chelsea. The café is an ideal place to meet friends for breakfast, morning coffee, lunch or a light snack or after attending one of the exciting classes the centre provides. The Bradbury Orangery offers a welcoming environment and everyone is welcome. Our chefs have created a daily changing menu with an emphasis on fresh ingredients and world cuisine. We offer soups, main meat, fish and vegetarian dishes at affordable prices, also sandwiches and a range of homemade cakes including gluten free. We have an extensive range of Fairtrade teas and coffees as wells as soft drinks and freshly squeezed juice.
New Horizons Café also offers a full event catering service and is able to provide a range of buffets, large of small, for all tastes and budgets. Give us a call on 020 7590 8972 to discuss your requirements.
Learning and growing with New Horizons Café
As part of the Camden Society’s Unity Works training and employment programme, the café offers Traineeships and Life Skill training for people with learning disabilities aged 14 years old upwards. If you are interested, or want to know more about new Horizons Café training programmes then you can contact New Horizons at 020 7590 8972 or visit the Camden Society website: http://www.thecamdensociety.co.uk
How to find New Horizons
Buses 19, 22, 137, 452 and C1 go along Sloane Street
Buses 11, 211 and 319 go along the King's Road (stop nearest to Draycott Avenue)
Bus 360 goes along Sloane Avenue and Draycott Terrace
Sloane Square is the nearest Tube. (Circle & District Line).
New Horizons has NO parking. RBKC residents' parking permit holders can park in any resident's parking bay.
There are Disabled Parking bays at 39 Cadogan Gardens, two on one side of the road, one opposite (all near Peter Jones).
If you need help getting to New Horizons
New Horizons is easily accessible by public transport. However, for those residents of Kensington and Chelsea who are unable to use public transport, the following can help in getting to and from New Horizons activities is available:
Phone: 020 7590 8970
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