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SOUP ukulele bandSOUP ukulele bandThe Ruth Winston Centre opened its doors to the local community on Saturday 20 June 2015 in conjunction with the Palmers Green Shopping Carnival to host an open day.

winstonian art groupAndrew Rycraft & Maria Vaz – members of the Winstonian Art GroupDemonstrations from Poetry and Drama groups, Tai Chi, Yoga and Latin American & Line Dance classes, Arm Chair exercise and Zumba Gold were performed throughout the day. Anyone who could came in to give it a try for themselves. There were stalls showing off the talents of the Volunteers, Winstonian Art Group, Discover Art & Flower Arranging, Make N Mend Classes and the work of groups such as the Genealogy, Creative Writing, Mosaic and Craft.

tai chi demonstrationTai Chi demonstration with instructor James CreaghA local pharmacist and state registered nurse were at hand to give FREE blood pressure checks as well as advice on healthy living, how to reduce strokes and how to stop smoking.

Live entertainment was provided by “SOUP,a local ukulele band, who drew a crowd, playing some of their most amusing and memorable tunes.

Ruth Winston Centre Manager Yvonne Quigley says: “It was a fantastic day! We welcomed in so many people who had never been around the centre so for us to show it off and allow them to explore was a treat. They discovered something new for themselves either through an exercise or dance class, art or craft, computer course or interest group -  we’ve got it all, including subsidised services with our resident hairdresser and visiting chiropodists. We endorse the preventative agenda in keeping the over 50s active, independent and involved.”

For more information on the activities and services at the Ruth Winston Centre go to www.ruthwinstoncentre.com or call 020 8886 5346 and talk to a member of staff or a volunteer who will be able to tell you all about the classes and clubs that take place during the week.

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