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    Ageing Better in Camden

    c/o Age UK CamdenTavis House1-6, Tavistock SquareLondonWC1H 9NA
    Ageing Better in Camden is a partnership of older people and Camden organisations working together to tackle social isolation and loneliness. For information about the services our delivery agencies offer, please visit www.ageingbetterincamden.org.uk You can get involved in the programme's Older People's Advisory Group which…
    020 7239 0400 Fax: 020 7278 1904

    Association of Greater London Older Women

    (AGLOW)
    6-9, Manor GardensLondonN7 6LA
    Voluntary organisation of older women in London. Discussion and campaigning. Performances for awareness raising of ageism and good practice, work with BME and Refugee women, Memory Club and Memory Club Roadshow.
    020 7281 3485

    Irish Elderly Advice Network

    (Formerly Camden Elderly Irish Network CEIN)
    London Irish Centre50-52, Camden SquareLondonNW1 9XB
    Provides advice, support and information for elderly Irish people in Camden, and offers support to Irish pensioners clubs and groups. Runs a Good Neighbour Scheme and holds a benefits/rights surgery for Irish pensioners in Kilburn at the Hall of the Church of the Sacred Heart…
    020 7428 0471 Fax: 020 7428 0519

    Kilburn Older Voices Exchange

    (KOVE)
    208WebheathPalmerston RoadLondonNW6 2JU
    Involved in a number of projects including: Wellbeing, Keeping Safer - tackling the fear of crime, lobbying for improved street seating, campaigning for a community toilet scheme, raising awareness of road safety and seeking safer road crossings.
    020 7624 8818 Fax: 020 7328 0220
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