Older Fitzrovia newsletter March-April 2016

Tea and Cakes on a Sunday!  On 27 March (Easter Sunday) 3-5 pm (later than the time announced in Fitzrovia News). Itamar and Sarit, the proprietors of Honey & Co, 25a Warren St W1T 5LZ, are inviting local people over 65 to sample their delicious teas and cakes for free. Space is limited, so please give me a call on 020 7580 4576 by Weds, 23 March to book your place. They and their staff look forward to welcoming you on the 27th!
Sicily: Culture and Conquest is the next community preview offering at The British Museum for Sunday 17 April, afternoon time to be confirmed. If you are interested in going then please get in touch with me on 0207 580 4576 – tickets will be limited.
Time to Sing Mondays 11am – 12.30pm at Fitzrovia Court, 24 Carburton St W1W 5AS. Come along for a jolly sing and meet new people! Funded by the Marylebone and West End Ward Funds, Westminster City Council. NO SESSION 28 March, Easter Monday.
Massage/Reflexology is on Wednesdays, 2.00 – 3:30pm at Fitzrovia Court, 24 Carburton St W1W 5AS. Funded by the Derwent Community Fund. If you’re interested, or haven’t had a repeat visit for a while, please call me on 020 7580 4576 and leave a message. I’ll try to fit you in as soon as possible.
Margaret Street Lunch Club for anyone over 60 is changing times in April to every Friday at the WORD tearoom of the London Jesus Centre, 83 Margaret St, W1W 8LH. Doors open at 12pm Lunch and Desert with Tea/Coffee for £4.50 (note price rise) – served at 12.30.
Further info: Doris Kahnes 020 7637 0600
Free advice about Pension Credit, Attendance Allowance, Housing Benefit, debt, housing repairs and other bureaucratic nightmares available at the Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association, 39 Tottenham St W1T 4RX. Drop-in sessions: Tuesdays 10-1pm, Wednesdays (women only) 11-1pm. If you can’t come in at those times, or you need a visit, please phone for an appointment. Funded by City Bridge Trust and Comic Relief.
If you regularly use email, and would prefer to read the newsletter this way – please let me know at barb@fitzrovia.org.uk . I’m happy to post a paper copy to whomever prefers it, but if you do use email (especially if you live outside the immediate area) it would save us time and expense.
Best wishes,
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