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live at home summer picnic

MHA Live at Home run a variety of exciting and fun social activities for people aged 55 and over. They enable older people to live independently in their own homes for as long as possible, helping them to live later life well in their local communities.

On Tuesday 3rd September Toni Fielding, who runs Live at Home in Enfield, is inviting everyone to a Summer Picnic at Grange Park Methodist Church. It's a fundraiser, helping MHA roll out more activities locally, but it will also be a lovely afternoon and a chance to find out about this wonderful organisation and the various activities that they put on

If you'd like to go, please let Toni know - phone her at 020 8367 4137 or email her at .

Here's a short video in which Live at Home members (not from round here!) describe how it has transformed their lives for the better.

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