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Events calendar

Events in March–May 2024

  • - IT Suite Drop In
    IT Suite Drop In

    IT Suite Drop In


    1st March 2024

    Our IT suite is open to carers, carers who are students, carers writing CV’s and job applications, online food shopping or just want to check your emails once a week to catch up, meet other carers and have some mental respite.  We do not have a printer and cannot print copies for you, we ask you to be proficient enough to manage on your own as staff can provide minimum support as they are busy with their own work.

  • - Shared Reading for Carers and 1 other event
    Shared Reading for Carers

    Shared Reading for Carers


    4th March 2024

    Our weekly reading group enables carers to sit round a table, have fun with other carers and have a short story read to them by an experienced Reader; this mindful activity enables you to slow down and look inwardly.

    Shared reading image

    Ramble for better health

    Ramble for better health


    4th March 2024

    Why not come and have a walk in Tower Hamlets with other carers and exercise, lower your blood pressure, connect with people, have fun and have some mental respite from your caring role.

  • - Counselling for Carers and 3 other events
    Counselling for Carers

    Counselling for Carers


    5th March 2024

    Carers are offered four, one-hour sessions where they are able to discuss the pressures and issues of the caring role and given coping mechanisms and strategies to effectively manage their caring role.  These are provided either face to face, virtually on Zoom, or by telephone.

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    ESOL Class

    ESOL Class


    5th March 2024

    Working with our partner, ELATT, this learning group is for carers, to learn English as a second language, participants will have an academic year of learning including how carers can learn English to help with their caring roles through conversation with health providers.

    ELATT Logo

    CCTH Carers Drop-In with Breathing Space - Buddhist Centre

    CCTH Carers Drop-In with Breathing Space - Buddhist Centre


    5th March 2024

    We are pleased to be funding this wonderful weekly event.  So, come and have relaxing meditations and stress-reduction techniques in a friendly setting with plenty of tea and biscuits. A space for supportive conversation and sharing experience, simple guided meditations to unwind, stress-reducing tips to help you in your life.

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    Bereavement Group

    Bereavement Group


    5th March 2024

    This monthly Peer Support Group is for carers experiencing a wide range of bereavement,
    grief, and loss related issues. Caring for someone who passes away, a sudden death of a family member or friend, a terminal diagnosis or supporting someone with Dementia can have a big impact on your wellbeing.

  • - Coaching for Carers - Men's Group and 2 other events
    Coaching for Carers - Men's Group

    Coaching for Carers - Men's Group


    6th March 2024

    The workshop is about coaching, time management and juggling work, caring, health, relaxing and hobbies. It’s about learning coaching techniques used by athletes, professionals, and leaders. It’s also about male carers exchanging experiences, stories and supporting each other.

    Carers Consultation

    Carers Consultation


    6th March 2024

    The Carers Centre prides itself in services developed with carers involvement and this consultation opportunity and event encourages to have your say, get involved and discuss meaningful ways to enhance services.

    Consultation

    Young Adult Carer Peer Support Group

    Young Adult Carer Peer Support Group


    6th March 2024

    This weekly peer support group enables Young Adult Carers to access a range of activities which are co-produced and relevant to them, such as self-care and personal empowerment workshops. They may also choose to use these sessions to discuss their caring role with staff or simply for ‘chill out’ time in order to connect with other Young Adult Carers and get a break from their caring roles. Food and drink are provided.

  • - Arts, Crafts & Conversation - UCL Creative Class and 1 other event
    Arts, Crafts & Conversation - UCL Creative Class

    Arts, Crafts & Conversation - UCL Creative Class


    7th March 2024

    This group is for carers to learn a craft, develop a hobby, and enjoy some free time. Carers will get to have fun with other carers. This group is also a peer support group and recognises the mental health needs of carers, carers of people with a mental health issue, you can also bring the person you care for.  Materials, refreshments, and fun will be supplied. This session is being hosted by UCL who will teach Participants to create a small fabric pouch or coin purse, incorporating traditional Bengali motifs. This project introduces basic sewing and fabric decoration in a culturally engaging way.

    We Connect Hub

    We Connect Hub


    7th March 2024

    This weekly group enables carers feeling isolated to connect with local residents, carers will have the chance to undertake health and nutrition classes, exercise classes, advice, fun and games.  We work in partnership with St Joseph’s Hospice and Tower Hamlets Public Health.

  • - Reiki for Wellbeing and 1 other event
    Reiki for Wellbeing

    Reiki for Wellbeing


    8th March 2024

    Our volunteer reiki healers spend 30 minutes using their skills to make you feel relaxed, centred and feeling like you can undertake your caring role more successfully.  You will be able to discuss what conditions you suffer from and seek their advice.

    IT Suite Drop In

    IT Suite Drop In


    8th March 2024

    Our IT suite is open to carers, carers who are students, carers writing CV’s and job applications, online food shopping or just want to check your emails once a week to catch up, meet other carers and have some mental respite.  We do not have a printer and cannot print copies for you, we ask you to be proficient enough to manage on your own as staff can provide minimum support as they are busy with their own work.

  • - Shared Reading for Carers and 1 other event
    Shared Reading for Carers

    Shared Reading for Carers


    11th March 2024

    Our weekly reading group enables carers to sit round a table, have fun with other carers and have a short story read to them by an experienced Reader; this mindful activity enables you to slow down and look inwardly.

    Shared reading image

    Creative Writing

    Creative Writing


    11th March 2024

    Carers have the opportunity to remain in a creative bubble as these sessions are directly after our Shared Reading Group.  Think how you are transported to another world with the reading group and how you can use your imagination to write your own short story, poem and use this time for yourself to think about you.

  • - Counselling for Carers and 2 other events
    Counselling for Carers

    Counselling for Carers


    12th March 2024

    Carers are offered four, one-hour sessions where they are able to discuss the pressures and issues of the caring role and given coping mechanisms and strategies to effectively manage their caring role.  These are provided either face to face, virtually on Zoom, or by telephone.

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    ESOL Class

    ESOL Class


    12th March 2024

    Working with our partner, ELATT, this learning group is for carers, to learn English as a second language, participants will have an academic year of learning including how carers can learn English to help with their caring roles through conversation with health providers.

    ELATT Logo

    CCTH Carers Drop-In with Breathing Space - Buddhist Centre

    CCTH Carers Drop-In with Breathing Space - Buddhist Centre


    12th March 2024

    We are pleased to be funding this wonderful weekly event.  So, come and have relaxing meditations and stress-reduction techniques in a friendly setting with plenty of tea and biscuits. A space for supportive conversation and sharing experience, simple guided meditations to unwind, stress-reducing tips to help you in your life.

    Buddhist Centre image

  • - Young Adult Carer Peer Support Group
    Young Adult Carer Peer Support Group

    Young Adult Carer Peer Support Group


    13th March 2024

    This weekly peer support group enables Young Adult Carers to access a range of activities which are co-produced and relevant to them, such as self-care and personal empowerment workshops. They may also choose to use these sessions to discuss their caring role with staff or simply for ‘chill out’ time in order to connect with other Young Adult Carers and get a break from their caring roles. Food and drink are provided.

  • - We Connect Hub
    We Connect Hub

    We Connect Hub


    14th March 2024

    This weekly group enables carers feeling isolated to connect with local residents, carers will have the chance to undertake health and nutrition classes, exercise classes, advice, fun and games.  We work in partnership with St Joseph’s Hospice and Tower Hamlets Public Health.

  • - IT Suite Drop In
    IT Suite Drop In

    IT Suite Drop In


    15th March 2024

    Our IT suite is open to carers, carers who are students, carers writing CV’s and job applications, online food shopping or just want to check your emails once a week to catch up, meet other carers and have some mental respite.  We do not have a printer and cannot print copies for you, we ask you to be proficient enough to manage on your own as staff can provide minimum support as they are busy with their own work.

  • - Shared Reading for Carers and 1 other event
    Shared Reading for Carers

    Shared Reading for Carers


    18th March 2024

    Our weekly reading group enables carers to sit round a table, have fun with other carers and have a short story read to them by an experienced Reader; this mindful activity enables you to slow down and look inwardly.

    Shared reading image

    Ramble for better health

    Ramble for better health


    18th March 2024

    Why not come and have a walk in Tower Hamlets with other carers and exercise, lower your blood pressure, connect with people, have fun and have some mental respite from your caring role.

  • - Counselling for Carers and 2 other events
    Counselling for Carers

    Counselling for Carers


    19th March 2024

    Carers are offered four, one-hour sessions where they are able to discuss the pressures and issues of the caring role and given coping mechanisms and strategies to effectively manage their caring role.  These are provided either face to face, virtually on Zoom, or by telephone.

    Counselling for Carers image

    ESOL Class

    ESOL Class


    19th March 2024

    Working with our partner, ELATT, this learning group is for carers, to learn English as a second language, participants will have an academic year of learning including how carers can learn English to help with their caring roles through conversation with health providers.

    ELATT Logo

    CCTH Carers Drop-In with Breathing Space - Buddhist Centre

    CCTH Carers Drop-In with Breathing Space - Buddhist Centre


    19th March 2024

    We are pleased to be funding this wonderful weekly event.  So, come and have relaxing meditations and stress-reduction techniques in a friendly setting with plenty of tea and biscuits. A space for supportive conversation and sharing experience, simple guided meditations to unwind, stress-reducing tips to help you in your life.

    Buddhist Centre image

  • - Young Adult Carer Peer Support Group
    Young Adult Carer Peer Support Group

    Young Adult Carer Peer Support Group


    20th March 2024

    This weekly peer support group enables Young Adult Carers to access a range of activities which are co-produced and relevant to them, such as self-care and personal empowerment workshops. They may also choose to use these sessions to discuss their caring role with staff or simply for ‘chill out’ time in order to connect with other Young Adult Carers and get a break from their caring roles. Food and drink are provided.

  • - We Connect Hub
    We Connect Hub

    We Connect Hub


    21st March 2024

    This weekly group enables carers feeling isolated to connect with local residents, carers will have the chance to undertake health and nutrition classes, exercise classes, advice, fun and games.  We work in partnership with St Joseph’s Hospice and Tower Hamlets Public Health.

  • - IT Suite Drop In
    IT Suite Drop In

    IT Suite Drop In


    22nd March 2024

    Our IT suite is open to carers, carers who are students, carers writing CV’s and job applications, online food shopping or just want to check your emails once a week to catch up, meet other carers and have some mental respite.  We do not have a printer and cannot print copies for you, we ask you to be proficient enough to manage on your own as staff can provide minimum support as they are busy with their own work.

  • - Shared Reading for Carers
    Shared Reading for Carers

    Shared Reading for Carers


    25th March 2024

    Our weekly reading group enables carers to sit round a table, have fun with other carers and have a short story read to them by an experienced Reader; this mindful activity enables you to slow down and look inwardly.

    Shared reading image

  • - Counselling for Carers and 2 other events
    Counselling for Carers

    Counselling for Carers


    26th March 2024

    Carers are offered four, one-hour sessions where they are able to discuss the pressures and issues of the caring role and given coping mechanisms and strategies to effectively manage their caring role.  These are provided either face to face, virtually on Zoom, or by telephone.

    Counselling for Carers image

    ESOL Class

    ESOL Class


    26th March 2024

    Working with our partner, ELATT, this learning group is for carers, to learn English as a second language, participants will have an academic year of learning including how carers can learn English to help with their caring roles through conversation with health providers.

    ELATT Logo

    CCTH Carers Drop-In with Breathing Space - Buddhist Centre

    CCTH Carers Drop-In with Breathing Space - Buddhist Centre


    26th March 2024

    We are pleased to be funding this wonderful weekly event.  So, come and have relaxing meditations and stress-reduction techniques in a friendly setting with plenty of tea and biscuits. A space for supportive conversation and sharing experience, simple guided meditations to unwind, stress-reducing tips to help you in your life.

    Buddhist Centre image

  • - Young Adult Carer Peer Support Group
    Young Adult Carer Peer Support Group

    Young Adult Carer Peer Support Group


    27th March 2024

    This weekly peer support group enables Young Adult Carers to access a range of activities which are co-produced and relevant to them, such as self-care and personal empowerment workshops. They may also choose to use these sessions to discuss their caring role with staff or simply for ‘chill out’ time in order to connect with other Young Adult Carers and get a break from their caring roles. Food and drink are provided.

  • - We Connect Hub
    We Connect Hub

    We Connect Hub


    28th March 2024

    This weekly group enables carers feeling isolated to connect with local residents, carers will have the chance to undertake health and nutrition classes, exercise classes, advice, fun and games.  We work in partnership with St Joseph’s Hospice and Tower Hamlets Public Health.

  • - IT Suite Drop In
    IT Suite Drop In

    IT Suite Drop In


    29th March 2024

    Our IT suite is open to carers, carers who are students, carers writing CV’s and job applications, online food shopping or just want to check your emails once a week to catch up, meet other carers and have some mental respite.  We do not have a printer and cannot print copies for you, we ask you to be proficient enough to manage on your own as staff can provide minimum support as they are busy with their own work.

Get in touch

The Carers Centre
21 Brayford Square
London, E1 0SG

020 7790 1765

enquiries@ccth.org.uk

Opening hours

Monday - Friday – 9.30am – 5pm
Saturday and Sunday – Closed

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