Come and take a deep breath at a Relaxation Day

Get a 20 min, ‘pay what you can’ massage or reflexology session while finding out how local services can help you relax and look after yourself.

The 1st Thursday of the month from 2pm-7pm at Parkview Centre for Health and Wellbeing, 56 Bloemfontein Road, London W12 7FG

Download a leaflet here

Care Acts Q&A Slides
The slides from the presentation at the Care Act Q&A at Westminster City Hall on Tues 18 May 2015 are now available to download here

The latest Carers Network newsletter for Hammersmith and Westminster carers are both out now.

Download Hammersmith and Fulham Newsletter here

Download Westminster Newsletter here

This new issue contains information on all our events during Carers Week (8-13 June), details of the changes to Carers Allowance, the date of our carers’ summer daytrip to Brighton, and much more.

We hope you find it an informative and enjoyable read.

Edible Flowers Celebration!
Carers Floral Tea Party
Part of National Carers Week
Tuesday 9 June, 2pm – 4pm, Ravenscroft Park Glasshouses, W6 0UL
(next to cafe)
Tea Party

CNWL Recovery & Wellbeing College sessions for Carers, Friends & Family:

Carers’ Journeys – Telling Your Own Story: Making Sense of Carers’ Experiences
Thursday 14th May 2015 – 2.00pm – 4.00pm Stephenson House, 75 Hampstead Road, London NW1 2PL

Email to book: or call 020 3214 5686
CNWL staff can book on LDZ via:

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The Open Door Café is aimed at helping people with dementia and their families and carers, but is also open to anyone in the community who may be lonely, in need of support or who wishes to share in some hospitality and fellowship.

Meetings for Spring 2015
Tuesday 12th May, 2.30-4pm
Tuesday 26th May, 2.30-4pm
Tuesday 9th June, 2.30-4pm
Tuesday 23rd June, 2.30-4pm

St Marylebone Parish Church
17 Marylebone Road

Nearest tube: Baker Street and Regent’s Park
Bus: 18, 27, 30, 205, 453, stop at Baker Street or Regent’s Park

For information, contact Fr Edward Thornley
Phone: 020 7935 7315


Singing for the Brain is starting again very soon (see poster below).
People can attend any of the sessions as long as they’re residents of one of the three boroughs of Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham or Kensington & Chelsea.

Singing for the Brain uses singing to bring people together in a friendly and stimulating social environment.

Singing is not only an enjoyable activity, it can also provide a way for people with dementia, along with their carers, to express themselves and socialise with others in a fun and supportive group.

Hidden in the fun are activities which build on the well-known preserved memory for song and music in the brain. Even when many memories are hard to retrieve, music is especially easy to recall.

Emily Raiher, Dementia Action Alliance Coordinator Ealing, will be leading the sessions so get please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or want to send referrals:

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