Try something new on Silver Sunday!
There will be over 40 free events and activities in Westminster on Sunday 1st October for people aged 65 and over.
From a tour and afternoon tea at Lord’s Cricket Ground to a Rat Pack performance at the Hippodrome, a walking tour of Regent’s Park and a Morse Code workshop on board HQS Wellington, there’s something for everyone.
Book now to secure your place or let an older friend of relative know about it.
It’s a great opportunity to meet new people, try something new and have a fantastic day out.
KENSINGTON & CHELSEA:
Take the opportunity of visiting the Design Museum, the world’s leading museum devoted to contemporary design, at its new location in Kensington High Street and explore your creative side with a range of design briefs (tea, coffee and cake provided
Grab your dancing shoes and join in the Open Age dance-a-thon with fantastic music and instructors
Discover what goes on behind the scenes at the English National Ballet and take part in their artistic dance activity which improves physical and mental health and well-being through creative expression
Join a tour of Lord’s Cricket Ground and then relax with an afternoon tea and watch a cricket match
Add a little colour to your windowsill or balcony by planting up winter pansies and spring bulbs at Sybil Thorndike House in Earl’s Court (planter, compost and flowers/bulbs provided as well as refreshments)
Visit Linley Sambourne House (the preserved Victorian family home of Punch cartoonist Linley Sambourne) and discover what life was like back then
Find out more information at: https://www.rbkc.gov.uk/newsroom/all-council-statements/silver-sunday
HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM
Visit the national website to find out about local events and activities: