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    Hampstead Heath Health Walks

    Heathfield House432 Archway RoadLondonN6 4JH
    Walks designed for older people or people just starting to exercise. Details published in the annual Hampstead Heath Diary booklet. Organised by Camden Council (Marc Malone Phone: 020 7974 4186), Islington Council (Emma Charlton Phone: 020 7527 2626), Barnet Council (Kay Gray Phone: 020 8359…
    020 7332 3322 Fax: 020 8348 1677

    London Canal Museum

    Gatti's Ice House12-13, New Wharf RoadLondonN1 9RT
    Museum of London canal history housed in a former ice warehouse. Summer holiday activity days for children aged 6-12 one day per week during the holidays - see the museum website for exact dates. Monthly illustrated talks and other events. Run occasional canal trips on…
    020 7713 0836 Fax: 020 7689 6679

    Heath and Hampstead Society Walks

    c/o 10 Middleton RoadLondonNW11 7NS
    Walks around Hampstead Heath and Kenwood with leaders exploring different themes - for example, fungi or trees.
    020 8455 1025 07941 528 034

    Royal Parks

    The Old Police HouseHyde ParkLondonW2 2UH
    Manage the 8 Royal Parks in London which include The Regent's Park and Primrose Hill which are partly in Camden.
    0300 061 2000

    Victorian Society

    Priory GardensLondonW4 1TT
    National amenity society responsible for the protection of Victorian and Edwardian buildings of architectural interest. Local authorities are obliged to consult the Society when owners who have listed buildings consent wish to alter or demolish such properties. Lectures, walks and tours organised for members.
    020 8994 1019 Fax: 020 8747 5899

    Green Light Wellbeing Centre

    (Formerly known as the West Euston Health Promotion Centre)
    138 Drummond StreetLondonNW1 2PA
    Health promotion centre running West Euston Healthy Community Project activities including, a range of groups and talks for Bengali and English-speaking people on health, diabetes etc. Women's health walks on Thu at 10.30am and men's health walks on Thu at 11am. Contact for other for…
    020 7387 3233 Fax: 020 7387 3233

    2 Willow Road

    (Also known as National Trust 2 Willow Road)
    Willow RoadLondonNW3 1TH
    A unique Modernist home from 1939. It was designed by architect Erno Goldfinger, and contains a 20th century art collection including works by Henry Moore and Max Ernst. Runs a monthly Thursday lates programme.
    020 7435 6166 Fax: 020 7435 6166

    Inland Waterways Association North and East London Branch

    Campaigning organisation for canals. Activities include walks and other social events.
    020 7232 0987 Fax: 020 7564 1467

    Hampstead Museum

    Burgh HouseNew End SquareLondonNW3 1LT
    Admission free. Local history museum, Constable display, Isokon furniture and exhibitions. Programme of events and guided walks.
    020 7431 0144 Fax: 020 7435 8817

    Hub (The)

    (Also known as Regents Park Community and Sports Hub)
    The Outer CircleRegents ParkLondonNW1 4RU
    Wide range of exercise and fitness activities for all ages. Activities include running, yoga, Pilates, circuit training, football, cricket, rugby, softball, rounders and boules. Also deal with sports-related events and runs as well as administer licences for Group Fitness sessions in the Park.
    0300 061 2323
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