“Supporting families to learn how to use slings safely, comfortably and with confidence.”

Enfield Mixed Choir is a mixed voice community choir based in East Barnet.

Puddenecks Club was formed in 1958 by a group of local businessmen to raise money and organise events and help for elderly people.

The Ringers would like to “extend a warm invitation to everyone interested in learning more about the bells or having a try to come along on a Monday evening and see what we are up to”.

Hospital Radio Barnet was established in 1978 and is run by enthusiastic volunteers as part of the Friends of Barnet Hospital. They always welcome new volunteers to help keep this great project running, for ward visits, fund raising, even presenting your own radio show

Visit their website for more information, or email info@hrb.org.uk. You never know, your involvement in hospital radio might be at the start of another exciting forty-year journey!

Barnet Rotary are looking for more men and women of all ages and backgrounds to join us, to use their energy, humour and professional skills to make a real difference to the lives of others.

A North London Games Club, meeting 6.45pm until 10.45pm every Thursday evening for board games, role-playing games (RPG), collectible card games (CCG) and table-top miniatures.

“Your first visit is free, so there’s no excuse not to come along!”

The groups meet on a weekly basis, in libraries across the borough.

Friern Barnet Library Tuesday from 11am
Chipping Barnet Library Tuesday from 2pm
New Barnet Community Centre also holds sessions every Wednesday from 10.30am

For more information, email or call Paul Higgins from the Reader Group.

Home-based sewing school with monthly club in Chipping Barnet. Contact Helen MacKenzie for details.

“Wild Capital creates enthralling experiences based around you, your family, group, school or community. We cater for complete newcomers to the world of wildlife all the way through to seasoned pros. Your experienced guide will tailor the programme accordingly ensuring all participants, young or old, are fascinated throughout.”

“High Barnet Altogether Better (HIAB) is a local networking initiative for all the people in the neighbourhood. It is about joining up the activities in the community and building relationships. ‘Get Involved’

High Barnet Altogether Better aims to bring local people together to get talking about what is happening in their area, and establish what they would like to see more of – we then help groups of volunteers to make their project ideas happen.”

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