Time for Me

South Kensington & Chelsea. Activities for unpaid carers over 50. Time for me means TIME for you... April, May & June 2018. Hello Carers, here is your Spring ...
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Time for Me

South Kensington & Chelsea Activities for unpaid carers over 50

At the Queens Gallery Buckingham Palace

Afternoon Tea at The Magazine

Explore at Olympia

Time for me means TIME for you... April, May & June 2018 Hello Carers, here is your Spring programme. Thank you for joining in the activities during the Winter. There are some nice outdoor events at the Holland Park Ecology Centre included in this programme and many other activities that may interest you, hopefully you can join us, try new things and have some fun. To book a space call Reception on 020 8962 4141 ask for Ashley’s TFM Chelsea trips. All activities must be booked in advance, but to keep things fair please book only 5 activities at once. Please note these activities are for unpaid carers, over 50 and living in South Kensington and Chelsea.

News from Carers Network —Thomas Hayes is the new Kensington & Chelsea Case Worker for Carers Network. You can contact him at the main office on 020 8960 3033, send an email to Thomas.Hayes @carers-network.org.uk or on his mobile which is 07446 213 5 85. Get in touch, say Hello.

The Porchester Spa - Friday 6th April & 4th May - Come and enjoy a sauna and steam, and let your troubles drift away. Sorry guy’s this one is for ladies only. We will meet at the Porchester Spa at 10.15am. Must Book! There are 8 free day passes available.

Thursday 12th April - Seeds of Spring at Holland Park Ecology Centre. Great opportunity to enjoy and learn about the Wildlife Garden and the Edible Teaching Garden. Sow some seeds and help prepare the garden for the coming season. We will meet at the café in Holland Park at midday for a cuppa before joining in the drop in session at 12.30pm. There are 6 free spaces available. Friday 13th April - Charles II Art & Power at The Queens Gallery Buckingham Palace. After a decade of austere republican rule, the restoration of the monarchy in 1660 led to a resurgence of the arts in England. The court once again became a centre for leading artists and craftsmen and the collection of the great works of art that glorified the monarchy and reinforced Charles II’s right to rule. We will meet at the Queens Gallery Buckingham Palace at 1pm. There are 7 spaces available. Friday 20th April - Chelsea Physic Garden. Back by popular demand! Join us for a tranquil stroll around these wonderful gardens, and greenhouse, explore the history of the gardeners to the Society of Apothecaries and enjoy an exotic array of flowers and plants from all around the World. We will meet there at 12pm. There are 7 free tickets available. Friday 27th April - The Magazine Afternoon Tea “the coolest afternoon tea in London” . Situated just north of the Serpentine Bridge and within the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, this stunning venue is the perfect place to indulge in a fabulous afternoon tea served with a delicate and delicious platter of sandwiches and cakes presented with a modern twist. We will meet at The Magazine at 2.30pm. There are 7 spaces available. You will need to contribute £10 towards the cost of the meal.

Friday 4th May—Porchester Spa, see overleaf. There are 8 free day passes available.

Thursday 17th May - Box Hill. Join us for some lovely English countryside air and tranquillity in these Surrey Hills. There is some great scenery and walks, abundant with wildlife to spot, and you can try one of their self-guided trails and get lost the beauty of it all. There is also a shop and café selling home made snacks and cakes. This is a full day trip in a 16 seater minibus which will collect us from New Horizons. The minibus will pick us up from outside New Horizons will meet at 10.30am. We will leave there at 4pm. There are 15 spaces available. You will need to contribute £5 towards the cost. Friday 25th May - Mind, Body & Spirit Festival at Olympia. This festival will feature some of the most inspirational and motivational speakers, along with musicians, artists and performers from across th