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Department for Work and Pensions Disability and Carers Service

No local centres but jobcentres and local benefits offices can refer. Benefit enquiry line for general advice and information Phone: 0800 882 200. Disability Living Allowance and Attendance Allowance enquiries 0845 712 3456. Carers' Allowance enquiries 01253 856 123.

Tara Irish Pensioners Club

Flat 171DentonMalden CrescentLondonNW1 8BP
Social club for Irish pensioners. Tea, keep fit, bingo, raffles, parties and outings.
020 7485 0188

RSVP Knitters

(Retired and Senior Volunteer Programme Knitters)
237 Pentonville RoadLondonN1 9NJ
National organisation of 2000 volunteer knitters making knitted goods for worthy causes. Donations of wool required. Local knitting organisers arrange distributions to hospitals, hospices and foreign aid convoys.
020 7643 1385 (Camden) Fax: 020 7833 0149

Hampstead Synagogue Luncheon Club

Hampstead Synagogue Community CentreDennington Park RoadLondonNW6 1AX
The Hampstead Synagogue Guild Luncheon Club arranges occasional lunchtime speakers Wed. The lunches take place 12 noon-2pm and are open to members and guests at a price of £5 if booked in advance and £6 on the door.
020 7435 1518

Camden Chinese Community Centre

(CCCC)
Tavistock PlaceLondonWC1H 9SN
Provides an advisory service on welfare rights, housing, medical letters and other matters. Runs youth services, a women's group, a luncheon club for older people, English classes, an under-fives nursery, a needs assessment project and a housebound project. Youth club and Young Volunteer project for…
020 7388 8883 Fax: 020 7383 2886

Safe and Happy Older People and Parents With Pushchairs

(SHOPPP)
Webheath208 Palmerston RoadLondonNW6 2JU
Caversham Elder Persons' Organisation contact Mrs Wendy Munro, c/o Kentish Town Community Centre, Willingham Tenants Hall, Willingham Close, London NW5 2UY. Campaign promoting better access in local retail outlets, safer neighbourhoods and retail premises.
020 7624 8818

Primrose Hill Neighbours Help

Primrose Hill Community LibrarySharpleshall StreetLondonNW1 8YN
Volunteer visiting and befriending service for housebound people who are over 60.
07531 779 827 020 7239 0400

Project for Seniors and Lifelong Ministry

(PSALM)
St Pancras ChurchEuston RoadLondonNW1 2BA
Alternative contact: Ann Morisy. Resource centre available for those working with older people across London offering advice, information and internet access. Provides seminars, workshops and short courses on topics covering retirement, spirituality and later life, loss etc.
020 7388 5658 Fax: 020 7388 1461

Office of the Public Guardian

(Formerly known as Public Guardianship Office)
BirminghamB2 2WH
Supports and promotes decision making about finances and personal welfare, for people who lack the mental capacity to make the decision themselves within the framework of the Mental Capacity Act 2005. Supports people setting up a Lasting Power of Attorney for themselves or others.
0300 456 0300 (Customer Services - Local rate) Fax: 0870 739 5780 Textphone/Minicom: 0115 934 2778

Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Centre

(Run by the Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association)
39 Tottenham StreetLondonW1T 4RX
Neighbourhood centre run by the local community, providing advice to local individuals (particularly on local housing, planning and welfare benefits), and providing resources and meeting space for locally based groups. Also provides services for older people. Publishes quarterly community newspaper, Fitzrovia News.
020 7580 4576 Fax: 020 7580 2057
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