Day Services (Camden)

Our Day Services runs three days a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in the Kennedy Hall at the The London Irish Centre. 

The service is for Irish people over the age of 55 with low-medium support needs.

We offer a warm Irish welcome and provide:

  • Home cooked nutritious meals
  • Chair-based exercises
  • Classes
  • Activities
  • Workshops
  • Healthy Living
  • Day trips
  • Holidays
  • Tea dances
  • Advice/Support
  • Referrals to our Community Services

Our Day Centre doesn't operate on a drop-in basis, so attendance should be arranged in advance. If you or someone you know, would like to attend, please click here to download and complete a referral client profile form (Click here to see a completed example) and send to [email protected] or phone us on 02074282094.

Social Groups (London-wide)

We run several social groups across London, which offer an opportunity for older Irish people to meet each other, have fun, get information about wellbeing and to a part of a community.

In our groups we provide:

  • Tea & coffee and Refreshments
  • Chair-based exercises
  • Activities
  • Workshops
  • Day trips
  • Holidays
  • Advice/Support
  • Referrals to our Community Services

Our groups run in:

  • Hanwell
  • Hammermsith
  • Sutton
  • Ealing
  • Shepherd’s Bush

Click here for a full details, times and locations of our social groups.

Memory Group (Camden)

We now run a memory group on the first Tuesday of every month from 12:30 – 2:30. The group is for Irish people living with dementia and their carers. We have reminiscence, activities and refreshments, all in a culturally specific and safe environment. Please contact us on 0207 4282094 for more information.

“…This Place has changed my life, there are so many friendly faces and the staff are very good to me.  I know they’d do anything they could to help me.  I don’t feel old when I come here; its very young at heart and we’re always learning and laughing…” Day Centre Client

 “We have fun here and we’ve all got a story to tell but it is a sort of lifeline really. It’s important to be a part of something when you retire. The classes keep my brain ticking and it’s lovely when you walk in and the friendly faces are there waiting for you.” Day Centre Client

In many cases, those who attend our  Wellbeing Services are those emigrants who came to London in the 1950’s and 60’s, whom the London Irish Centre helped on their arrival. Now in another phase of their lives, the Centre continues to offer them support, community and vital social opportunities.