All Welcome.We do chair exercises, stretching and toning, and relaxation techniques. We learn the advantages of frequent, gentle exercise.
The class reflects the diverse population of the area and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly.
Wednesday 10:30–11:30am (10:30-11:30)
We have over the years received legacies from local residents which have been put to use on capital projects and upgrades to the centre, smaller legacies have been used to pay for band hire at tea dances or coach trips for the vulnerable and elderly. If you would like to provide us with a legacy please feel confident it shall be used wisely.
We are always grateful to the many people who give their time to help with the general day-to-day running of the centre. We are in need of people to help with cooking, gardening, office work, running stalls at fetes and fundraising events.
If you have time on your hands and would like to join our team of volunteers and make a difference to your community please contact
Theresa Tobin - Centre Manager on 020 8741 3321
The Grove Neighbourhood Council was set up at a house Overstone Road in 1973 as part of a project to set up local neighbourhood councils in urban areas.
The neighbourhood council's area of operation was the old Grove ward – hence our name. The ward boundaries were revised a few years ago, but the area we serve is still the old Grove ward area.
Our next home was a prefab building in Bradmore Park Road, and this became the Grove Neighbourhood Centre (GNC). In 1982 the prefab was demolished and replaced by a one-storey purpose-built community centre. In the same year the Grove Neighbourhood Centre Ltd was registered as a company limited by guarantee. In 1983 the Grove Neighbourhood Centre was registered as a charity.
In 1994 a grant from Hammersmith & Fulham Council enabled us to add a second storey to our building, and provide premises for an increased number and range of activities. Our building won the Hammersmith Society's annual Environment Award in 1995, for local buildings displaying imaginative design.
The management committee can have a maximum of 20 members. Ideally they must live in the area served by the GNC however up to four members of the committee may be coopted who live outside this area but who are active at the GNC.
Nominations of people who would like to serve on the committee are received every two years. If there are more nominations than the maximum number of committee members, an election is held. The electors are the residents of the area.
If there are vacancies on the committee, new members can be coopted at any time.
Every year, the committee elects its Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary and Treasurer.
At the moment we have vacancies and would welcome new members. If you would like to join us, contact the GNC for further information. Attending a monthly committee meeting as an observer is a helpful way of getting an idea of the committee's work.
Teresa Meekings MAR
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Mat Work Classes from Monday 15th July the following times will apply:
Mon: 09:15 am to 11:30 am (09.15:-11:30)
Thursday 1.00 pm to 2.00 pm (13:00-14.00)
Mat Work Classes
Wed: 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm (12:30-13:30)
Thurs: 9:30 am to 10:30 am (09:30-10:30)
07932 210 570
Mat Work Classes
Mon: 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm (18:30-20:30)
Wed: 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm (12:00-13:00)
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Mondays 1pm to 4pm (13:00-16:00)
Friday mornings 10.00–12noon (10:00-12:00)
Price £7 - £10 depending on your income.
Our group has been led by Rachel Leach for over 20 years. We meet for 36 weeks a year and you can attend on a drop in basis. Everybody is welcome regardless of their experience. Our projects offer you the opportunity to try something new and also develop ideas and techniques you already have. All art materials and equipment are provided. We are currently funded by Hammersmith United Charities.
What is AA? An Introduction
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.
AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organisation or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
Wednesdays: 8pm- 9.00pm (20:00-21:00)
Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who have joined together to do something about their own gambling problem and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same.
Fridays: 7:30–9pm (19:30-21:00)
Narcotics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We meet regularly to help and support each other to stay abstinent from all mind altering chemicals. Addiction can be viewed by society in a very stereotypical way; the person sitting begging, the person on a park bench drinking or the person in an alley way using drug paraphernalia. However, addiction is a disease that can happen to anyone. It affects people of all ages, race, sexual identity and religion. Addiction does not discriminate. There are various reasons why addicts use drugs. Some of us enjoyed them, while some of us used to suppress our feelings. Some of us became addicted to prescribed medication or some of us used, initially, due to peer pressure and then could not stop. Addiction is a progressive disease and if left untreated can lead to jails, institutions or death. Our lives had become unmanageable due to our drug use. Narcotics Anonymous use the 12 steps of recovery to help us overcome our disease. Whilst we use these as an integral part of our daily lives, meetings remain paramount. One addict helping another is without parallel, this fellowship gives us hope. We learn to experience feelings, and rather than act on them, we share them with other addicts and we learn to work through our problems. In Narcotics Anonymous we learn that we are able to experiience our lives without the need to drink alcohol or use drugs. Our meetings are our lifeline, they help us stay clean and sober, connect to others and most importantly help someone who is new or struggling.
Come along to meet your councillors and raise your issues and concerns. You can also contact local Councillors directly by phone, in writing, or by email.
For more information about your Councillors click here.
Councillors and surgeries Ravenscourt Park Ward Councillor Jonathan Caleb-Landy - Labour - 07342 879857 or email -1st Saturday in the month 10-11am Councillor Bora Kwon - Labour - 07342 879857 or email - 2nd Tuesday in the month 7-8pm Councillor Asif Siddique - Labour - 07342 879857 or email - last Saturday in the month 11-12pm Grove Neighbourhood Centre 7 Bradmore Park Road, W6 0DT
0208 741 3321
We hold two fetes per year – Spring and Autumn. These are lively social events which bring the community together and help to raise funds for the Centre.
Spring Fete: 6th April 2019
Autumn Fete: 28th September 2019
If you would like to help out with these fetes or any other events at the centre please email us or call 020 8741 3321
An Elders Club is held at the Grove Neighbourhood Centre every Tuesday from 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm (12:30-15:00)
This group runs three mornings a week during term-time. It is a drop-in group available to all.
Each session begins with general playtime. The group has a large selection of toys and there is a different creative activity each time: cooking, painting, sticking, modelling, singing and dancing are just some of the fun things we get up to. The group provides a snack for the children, and then there is a story or singing as they sit together.
Term Time: Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursday 10am – 12noon (10:00-12:00)