Our Elderly Women’s Weekly Support Group continues and is a popular activity at our Centre. Apart from a weekly lunch together which incorporates well-women seminars and fitness activities, it further helps to promote their overall well-being when they voice their concerns and a voice on social issues.
A group of elderly men who used to meet on the street corner to reminisce despite adverse weather conditions, continue to meet in the Centre and have expressed their appreciation of their more pleasant and enhancing surroundings.
Mushkil Aasaan plays an active role in sharing the vision of the Wandsworth Community Empowerment Network which aims to co-produce responsive statutory services and capacity build faith-based and community organisations. During the year many meetings and workshops were hosted at our Centre As part of one its outcomes was a ‘Looking After Me’ self-management course held for women at the Centre by the local NHS.
Many of Transition Town Tooting activities are held at our Centre, a main feature being the Foodival. Another regular activity is the Recycle Project which encourages people to use their electronic equipment longer in order to reduce waste.