We have brought together some of our much loved local organisations and charities to ensure you don’t miss out on some of the best local amenities.
For those in the north of the borough who are interested in what is going on locally in and around Chipping (or High) Barnet, Hadley, New Barnet, Arkley, Underhill and the Dollis Valley.
Visit the Colindale Community website where you can find out about activities taking place in Colindale and the wider area. Colindale Communities Trust is working to improve the social and economic lives of residents in Colindale.
AGE UK Barnet are an independent local charity working with and for older people across the borough to serve and promote the interests of all older people in Barnet, from all walks of life and ethnic communities.
Barnet Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is an NHS organisation. CCG are responsible for planning and buying healthcare services for Barnet residents (commissioning)
Adult Social Care. We want Barnet to be an even better place to live and to promote independence and well-being for its residents.
FIN Community Centre provides activities for older adults living in the Borough of Barnet, especially East & New Barnet, including exercise classes, yoga, tai-chi, dance, IT training etc. It provides older adults with a friendly environment in which to meet & enjoy doing things together.
artsdepot runs a wide range of courses and classes for all ages and abilities.
Mesothelioma Guide provides patients and their loved ones with resources, answers, and information over a wide spectrum of free assistance options.
CommUNITY Barnet are committed to increasing community activity by building capacity and strong partnerships, which promote independence, learning and wellbeing, which in turn increases residents’ independence and resilience.
Healthwatch Barnet helps local people get the best out of their health and social care services. Their vision is that Barnet residents can contribute to the development of quality health and social care services in the borough.
Dementia Club sessions are held at various venues in the Borough of Barnet. People suffering from Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia are welcome to attend with their carers, friends and families and also welcome are those who have lost someone with dementia and are now lonely
Seniors usually begin to supplement their health with over-the-counter medications and prescription drugs, which can create harmful interactions. Visit The Recovery Village website for help and support.