Ditch the hangover, reduce the waistline, and save some serious money by giving up alcohol. Dry January is a campaign to support and encourage people to clear out the Christmas excesses by abstaining from booze for 31 days.
The new #activewestminster Card from Westminster City Council.
Fantastic discounts for all Westminster residents and children & young people who live or study in Westminster!
NHS London and homelessness charity Groundswell are empowering those experiencing homelessness in the capital to seek healthcare and stay as well as possible this winter.
Check out the programme of activities, for people aged 50+, that is on offer from the major Community Hubs in the three boroughs: arts and crafts; fitness and dance; history, reminiscence and philosophy; and day trips to museums, and galleries.
Has it been a while since you, (or someone you know) left social work? Maybe you had a career break or perhaps you left to care for your own family? Whatever the reason you left, the LGA can help you get back into your profession.
Read Community Living Well Peer Support service's monthly magazine detailing what activities and events, for people who experienced depression or other mental health difficulties, are happening around Kensington and Chelsea, Queen's Park and Paddington.
Come down to information stalls on Carers Rights Day - the national day that helps to ensure unpaid carers are aware of their rights and know where to get help and support.
TFL have produced a complete accessibility guide to help Londoners plan and make journeys using public transport or assisted travel services. It is particularly helpful for anyone with restricted mobility or finds travelling difficult and needs extra support.
Movember is a global phenomenon and annual event - Grow a moustache to raise awareness of health conditions and issues that affect men : prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention
Following a rise in reported hate crimes over the past year across the country including London, Westminster City Council has appointed Nick Ross – the former BBC Crimewatch presenter and Westminster resident – to Chair the independent commission.
The independent commission is to look at hate crime and how to tackle it in Westminster – the first for any local authority in England.