spring cherry blossom

Tuesday 22nd March 2022


Good morning all, here is our weekly update.

Please email me for any further details or to reserve a space / tickets.

You can leave me a message on Whatsapp.
My Mobile number is 07759 646507

Spring Blossom

Badminton & Table Tennis
Every Monday morning (11:30 – 1:00) and Thursday afternoon (1:00 – 2:30)
Join our friendly group. Get fit and have a laugh! All levels welcome.

Please email me for more details.

Friday 25th March
Latin Dancing with Anita (Zoom)

This is a course that captures everyone from the get-go because of the addictive music, Latin flavour, powerful rhythmic patterns and interesting footwork. It involves using the body and mind to learn rhythms and mindful movements.

Please email me for the link

Friday 1st April
Two Temple Tour – 2pm (in person)

Join us for an informative historical tour of Two Temple Place, known for many years as Astor House. Situated near Victoria Embankment in central London. It is known for its architecture, and contains notable works by the likes of William Silver Frith, Sir George Frampton RA, Nathaniel Hitch and Thomas Nicholls

Please email me – two spaces left.

Friday 8th April
Angela’s health walk – 10:30am (meet at Dragon Hall)
Join Angela as she guides you towards the Embankment passing Big Ben, Parliament Square, and crossing over Albert Bridge. From there the walk continues through Battersea Park and finishes in Battersea Power Station. The walk will be around 4/5 miles about 2 hours.

Please email me to book a space.

Tuesday 12th April
Free Canal Journey – Leaving Islington at 10:30am
Come along for a free full day on the river. Explore the fascinating world of canals. Learn about our environment and the history of our waterways. See London from a unique perspective. Escape the city and enjoy the countryside. Learn to handle a narrowboat and operate locks.

Spaces limited, please email me to book a space.

Tuesday 19th April
Free entry to Kew Gardens
Join us at Kew Gardens this month. Vivid blooming flowers, unfurling green leaves and the melodious sound of birdsong are all part of the beauty of spring. Get outdoors and enjoy this enchanting season at Kew. From a bluebell woodland wander to a stroll down Cherry Walk, here are the best things to do this spring.

Spaces limited, please email me to book a space.

Saturday 30th April
Social Dance with Vera the Diva 13:00 – 15:30 (cost £3.50)
Join us as Edurne leads you through her merry dance! This month, Edurne will focus on the Rumba!

Please email me for more details.

Please email me for any further details or to reserve a space / tickets.
You can also leave a message on Whatsapp.
My Mobile number is 07759 646507

What's On

11:00 – 13:00 Badminton (Free)

10:00 – 12:00 Jewellery Class (Full)

10:00 – 11:00 Yoga (£5.00)
11:15 – 12:15 Pilates (£5.00)

10:00 – 12:30 1-1 Digital Inclusion support
11:15 – 12:15 Flamenco (£3.00)
13:00 – 15:00 Badminton (Free)
13:00 – 15:00 Digital Photo Class
22:00 – 23:00 Learn Guitar by Zoom (Free)

10:00 – 11:00 Tai Chi (Zoom)
12:00 – 14:00 Lunch Club (£3.00)
17:00 – 18:00 Latin Dancing (Zoom – Free)

And Finally

And Finally…

If you need to contact me, please contact me only on this mobile number 07759 646507.
Please do not visit me at Dragon Hall. I work at different venues throughout the week and I might not be there.

It is essential that all events/workshops or classes are booked in advance. Dragon Hall is still following social distancing guidelines and most sessions are now fully booked. If you would like to attend an event, please ALWAYS contact me beforehand.

Please note that all payments for classes are paid online via our website. If you have any difficulty with this, I am happy to assist. But again, this must be done beforehand and booked with me.

Thank you for your support and cooperation.

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2021 Christmas lunch video:

Cartoon of John Hayes

Contact John at john@dragonhall.org.uk or 07759 646507 in case of an emergency. 

Be safe – and remember to laugh at the little things!