Queens Park and Harrow Road Hub
Our Queen’s Park & Harrow Road Hub provides a wide range of activities for Westminster residents, at a variety of local venues. With a programme of over 40 weekly activities as well as monthly specials, one off trips and events we’re really excited about our new programme with additional classes including Ballet Fitness, Table Tennis, Chair Yoga, Line Dancing, Fortnightly Film Festivals, French for Beginners and Arabic Women's English Lessons.
The QPHR Hub has now moved to New Avenues on Third Avenue and from April 2017 onwards, the majority of our classes will be based at New Avenues. This is a really exciting opportunity as we will have two dedicated rooms at the centre during the day allowing the hub to continue to grow from strength to strength.
Some other highlights of our programme include;
-Strictly Open Age and Latin-Ballroom performance courses in partnership with Step Change Studios and Sense
-Monday and Wednesday Socials with Speakers
-Exercise including Chi-gong, Boxing Fitness, Yoga, Steady and Stable & Exercise to Music
-Simply Art and Sketching at Museums and Galleries
-Just For Men: Social Group
-Creative Threads Sewing Classes
-Singing For All, QP Theatre Lovers Group, Guitar lessons and our new National Theatre Project
For more information and to see our full programme please view the activities page.
Trip to Buckingham Palace
iPads at the Beethoven Centre
Get in touch
For more information on the Queen’s Park & Harrow Road Hub activities and events please contact Geoff Brown or Andrea Carrington .
Open Age Queens Park & Harrow Road Hub
3-7 Third Avenue
London W10 4RS
The Queens Park & Harrow Road Hub now has a weekly members email bulletin keeping you informed of all the new exciting activities, trips and events we have going on in the local area for Westminster residents to ensure you don’t miss a thing! If you would like to receive this please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add you to the list!
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New Reed Centre!
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