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August 2014

Sat
2
Harefield Village History day
0900-1700, Harefield library
Bring in items to do with World War 1.
Along the Uxbridge Canal - Led Cycle Ride
1000-1200, Fassnidge Park bandstand, Uxbridge
Ride Easy, Led Cycle Ride
Northwood Craft Market
1000-1400, Northwood Methodist Church Hall
Beautiful handmade crafts to browse and buy. Hands-on crafts for children. Teas, coffees and delicious homemade cakes.
Display of Artwork by Peter Hopper
1000-1700, The Cow Byre
An exhibition of work by artist Peter Hopper.
Make a Mythical Monster!
1030-1130, Northwood Hills library
What will your monster look like? literacy and craft session
Harefield's VCs, Ryder and Kinross
1100-1200, Harefield library
by the Harefield History Society
Cranford Park Remembers
1100-1630, Cranford Countryside Park
Family history day including medieval knights, weapons, displays. Costumed characters, children's activities, tea garden.
Beauty and The Beast
1430-1700, Winston Churchill Theatre
Be our guest at this year's most enchanting theatrical event, as Belle, the Beast, Cogsworth, Lumiere, Chip and all their friends recount a

List all events for August 2 »

Sun
3
Family fishing fun days
0930-1530, Little Britain Lake
Try your hand at angling!
Led cycle Ride
1000-1400, Specialized Concept Store, Ruislip
A Female only led ride by a British Cycling Breeze Champion
Learn To Nordic Walk
0930-1030, Stockley Park
Learn the correct Nordic Walking technique in four weeks and go on to enjoy a full fitness workout in the open air.
PWN Running Club
0930-1030, Ickenham Pump
5k in 5 weeks we cater for everyone, those beginning to those looking to compete.
Free '24 Fit' Bootcamp Challenge
1000-1130, The Nutrition Coach
Get fit, have fun! All ages/fitness levels welcome. Reserve your space!
Hillingdon Ramblers Summer Walks Program
1000-1600, Varied venues in and around the borough and beyond
Led walks of between 3 and 15 miles in urban and rural locations on several days of the week, sometimes followed by a pub lunch or supper.
Disability Youth Club
1300-1530, Ruislip Young People's Centre
A youth club with a wide variety of activities including; football, table tennis, table football, arts and crafts, cooking and many more!
FREE Fit Club
1900-2000, Next Level Nutrition and Fitness
This is a FREE Fit Club for all levels of fitness. If you are a beginner or train daily we have PT's to work you to your limit.

List all events for August 3 »

Mon
4
Summer Holiday Activities
1000-1230, Compass Theatre
Drama, art, music and dance activities for children aged from 6 to 12 years old
We're going on a dragon hunt!
1030-1130, Hayes End library
Dragon themed storytime with colouring & simple crafts
Summer Circus Skills with Albert & Friends Instant Circus
1030-1530, St Johns United Reformed Church
Aimed at children aged 6-12 the programme will be led by London's Premier Youth Circus Albert & Friends Instant Circus.
Freshwater Theatre
1100-1200, Oak Farm library
Can you rise to the challenge and help the fierce and mighty minotaur track down his party guests in this interactive drama session?
Landscape Camera Growing
1100-1200, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Discover how the landscape around you grows by creating your own landscape cress pots!
Landscape Camera Growing
1300-1400, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Discover how the landscape of Denham Country Park by creating your own landscape cress pots!
Freshwater Theatre
1400-1500, Uxbridge library
Can you rise to the challenge and help the fierce and mighty minotaur track down his party guests in this interactive drama session?
What's in the box?
1400-1500, Harefield library
Let loose your imagination and decide 'what's in the box?' Creative writting session

List all events for August 4 »

Tue
5
Meet Author Jason Rohan
1000-1100, Harefield library
Meet the author Jason Rohan and discover a world of mythical monsters
Summer Holiday Activities
1000-1230, Compass Theatre
Drama, art, music and dance activities for children aged from 6 to 12 years old
Summer Circus Skills with Albert & Friends Instant Circus
1030-1530, St Johns United Reformed Church
Aimed at children aged 6-12 the programme will be led by London's Premier Youth Circus Albert & Friends Instant Circus.
Storytime
1100-1130, Harlington library
Mythical Maze themed storytime with colouring & simple craft
Wild Impressions
1100-1200, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Hunt the park for natural atristic materials and bring them back to the Centre to create a masterpiece using paints, pens, stamps and glue.
Wild Impressions
1300-1400, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Hunt the park for natural artistic materials and bring them back to the Centre to create a masterpiece using paints, pens, stamps and glue.
Meet author Jason Rohan
1400-1500, Uxbridge library
Meet the author Jason Rohan and discover a world of mythical monsters
Northolt and World War 1
1400-1600, Manor Farm Library
with Sgt Bristow, RAF Northolt

List all events for August 5 »

Wed
6
Meet Author Jason Rohan
1000-1100, Ruislip Manor library
Meet the author Jason Rohan and discover a world of mythical monsters
Monsters and Mermaids
1000-1100, Ickenham library
Themed storytime with colouring & simple crafts
Summer Holiday Activities
1000-1230, Compass Theatre
Drama, art, music and dance activities for children aged from 6 to 12 years old
Crazy Fables
1030-1130, Hayes End library
Fairy tales with a twist. Creative writing workshop
Summer Circus Skills with Albert & Friends Instant Circus
1030-1530, St Johns United Reformed Church
Aimed at children aged 6-12 the programme will be led by London's Premier Youth Circus Albert & Friends Instant Circus.
Landscape Camera Exploring Drawing
1100-1200, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Discover the landscape of Denham Country Park and show off your artistic skills by drawing what you find!
Landscape Camera Exploring Drawing
1300-1400, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Discover the landscape of Denham Country Park and show off your artistic skills by drawing what you find!
Community fete
1300-1700, Botwell Green Library
Activities for families from the period

List all events for August 6 »

Thu
7
Summer Holiday Activities
1000-1230, Compass Theatre
Drama, art, music and dance activities for children aged from 6 to 12 years old
Summer Circus Skills with Albert & Friends Instant Circus
1030-1530, St Johns United Reformed Church
Aimed at children aged 6-12 the programme will be led by London's Premier Youth Circus Albert & Friends Instant Circus.
Beast Quest Adventures
1100-1200, Charville library
Imagine you are author Adam Blade and create a whole new beast quest creature
Neville Floyd's The Monster in the Maze
1100-1200, Yiewsley library
Join Alexus Rose, the wandering storyteller, on his journey to share this interactive storytelling session ‘The Monster in the Maze’.
Storytime
1100-1200, Botwell Green library
Mythical Maze themed storytime with simple craft
Neville Floyd's The Monster in the Maze
1400-1500, Yeading library
Join Alexus Rose, the wandering storyteller, on his journey to share this interactive storytelling session ‘The Monster in the Maze’.
Great War trench building
1400-1600, Ruislip Manor Library
Children's craft session.
Book Bunch
1500-1600, Botwell Green library
Fun Read Aloud Club for children. Discover the wondrous creatures of myths and legends through our chosen stories and poems.

List all events for August 7 »

Fri
8
Summer Holiday Activities
1000-1230, Compass Theatre
Drama, art, music and dance activities for children aged from 6 to 12 years old
Summer Circus Skills with Albert & Friends Instant Circus
1030-1530, St Johns United Reformed Church
Aimed at children aged 6-12 the programme will be led by London's Premier Youth Circus Albert & Friends Instant Circus.
Freshwater Theatre
1100-1200, Botwell Green library
Can you rise to the challenge and help the fierce and mighty minotaur track down his party guests in this interactive drama session?
Milkshake! Live
1300-1730, Beck Theatre
Starring your Milkshake! favourites this brand-new musical spectacular is sure to have children up on their feet!
Freshwater Theatre
1400-1500, Northwood library
Can you rise to the challenge and help the fierce and mighty minotaur track down his party guests in this interactive drama session?
Mythical Maze Board Game
1400-1500, Oak Farm library
Create your very own myths and legends board game
World War 1 sing-a-long
1400-1600, Harlington Library
Tea party
Meet Author Jason Rohan
1600-1700, Yeading library
Meet the author and discover a world of mythical monsters

List all events for August 8 »

Sat
9
Led Cycle Ride
0900-1800, Ickenham Pump
The London Cycling Campaign will be leading a ride from Hillingdon to London to enjoy the Prudential Ride London Freecycle Event.
Chi Kri Yoga
0745-0915, United Reform Church of Eastcote
Look and feel younger with this class, packed with deep stretches, dynamic sequences and challenging power poses for a complete workout.
Little Specials
0900-1030, Oak Farm Library
A group for children with special needs
Classical Indian Music
0900-1430, Barnhill Community High School
Education of the public in the subject of classical Indian music and the involvement and engagement of younger people.
The Zumba® Kids
0915-1000, The Barn
The Zumba® Kids program is the ultimate dance-fitness party for young Zumba fans ages 7-11.
Field End Flyers Saturday Morning Community Cycle Club
0945-1230, Next to Field End Junior School
In school term time Field End Flyers runs for school children aged 5-11 years. Located on a FULLY ENCLOSED tarmac track.
Pregnancy Yoga
1000-1130, Hillingdon Leisure Centre
Special yoga postures and breathing techniques to support body and mind throughout pregnancy and to prepare for birth.
Ruislip Eagles junior handball
1000-1130, Uxbridge College sports hall, Uxbridge campus
Junior handball training, open to all abilities, ages 11-15.

List all events for August 9 »

Sun
10
Neighbourhood Eid Party after Ramdhan to promote PEACE
1530-1730, Baitul Amn Mosque
Ahmadiyya Muslim Association cordially invites neighbourhood to an "EID Party" to promote ‘’Peace & Harmony in the Society’’
Learn To Nordic Walk
0930-1030, Stockley Park
Learn the correct Nordic Walking technique in four weeks and go on to enjoy a full fitness workout in the open air.
PWN Running Club
0930-1030, Ickenham Pump
5k in 5 weeks we cater for everyone, those beginning to those looking to compete.
Free '24 Fit' Bootcamp Challenge
1000-1130, The Nutrition Coach
Get fit, have fun! All ages/fitness levels welcome. Reserve your space!
Hillingdon Ramblers Summer Walks Program
1000-1600, Varied venues in and around the borough and beyond
Led walks of between 3 and 15 miles in urban and rural locations on several days of the week, sometimes followed by a pub lunch or supper.
The Sunday Sessions Ruislip
1100-1600, Manor Farm
The Sunday Sessions is a new event, combining acoustic acts, comedy, street food, beer and family entertainment.
Disability Youth Club
1300-1530, Ruislip Young People's Centre
A youth club with a wide variety of activities including; football, table tennis, table football, arts and crafts, cooking and many more!
Free social bike ride
1430-0000, Bikewise, Ickenham
A fun, free, social bike ride every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month to a variety of locations.

List all events for August 10 »

Mon
11
AMAZEing Treasure Hunt
1000-1100, Oak Farm library
Help finish the story on a hunt for the missing pieces around the library
Holiday Club
1000-1300, Yiewsley and West Drayton Community Centre
The Holiday Club takes place daily between 10 am and 1 pm Monday 11th to Friday 15th August.
Landscape Camera Minibeast Hunt
1100-1200, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Explore the different landscapes where little creatures live.
Zoolab
1100-1200, Ickenham library
Discover the world of myths and fairytales with the help of some extraordinary creatures. Animal encounter session
Landscape Camera Minibeast Hunt
1300-1400, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Explore the different landscapes where little creatues live.
Children's poetry event
1400-1500, Hayes End Library
Using poetry from the World War 1
Zoolab
1400-1500, Harefield library
Discover the world of myths and fairytales with the help of some extraordinary creatures. Animal encounter session
Machi Dojo Karate Club
Bishopshalt School Gym
Shotokan Karate Club, practicing traditional Japanese Karate.

List all events for August 11 »

Tue
12
Storytime
1100-1130, Harlington library
Mythical Maze themed storytime with colouring & simple craft
Fairies at the bottom of the garden
1100-1200, Charville library
What creatures live at the bottom of your garden? Creative writing session
Feed the Birds
1100-1200, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Have a go at getting messy and making a bird feeder to take home.
Zoolab
1100-1200, South Ruislip library
Discover the world of myths and fairytales with the help of some extraordinary creatures. Animal encounter session
Feed the Birds
1300-1400, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Have a go at getting messy and making a bird feeder to take home.
Creature Comic Strip
1400-1500, Uxbridge library
Get tips and techniques from our resident illustrator to help you design your very own Mythical creature inspired comic strip in this amazin
Make a Mythical Monster
1400-1500, Northwood library
What will your monster look like? creative writing session with activities
Zoolab
1400-1500, Botwell Green library
Discover the world of myths and fairytales with the help of some extraordinary creatures. Animal encounter session

List all events for August 12 »

Wed
13
Age Well on Wheels, Led Cycle Ride
1000-1200, West Drayton young People's Centre
Ride Easy, Age Well on Wheels ride
Join the dragon hunt
1030-1130, Harefield library
Can you find the dragon? Interactive storytelling session
Landscape Camera Explorers
1100-1200, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Explore the Denham Country Park in a different way! Find discs and answer questions! HAve a go at our adventure rout! 4+
Neville Floyd's The Monster in the Maze
1100-1200, Eastcote library
Join Alexus Rose, the wandering storyteller, on his journey to share this interactive storytelling session ‘The Monster in the Maze’.
Yiewsley Summer Picnic
1130-1430, Yiewsley recreation ground
Join us for stories, simple crafts & facepainting. Don't forgot your picnic, blanket and teddy!
Landscape Camera Explorers
1300-1400, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Explore the Denham Country Park in a different way! Find discs and answer questions! Have a go at our adventure route! 4+
Neville Floyd's The Monster in the Maze
1400-1500, Ruislip Manor library
Join Alexus Rose, the wandering storyteller, on his journey to share this interactive storytelling session ‘The Monster in the Maze’
Percy Jackson Comic Strip
1400-1500, Oak Farm library
Create a comic strip based on the myths and legends that appear in the Percy Jackson series

List all events for August 13 »

Thu
14
Six sentence stories
1030-1130, West Drayton library
Creative wrtting with a twist! Create stories together and play the creature question game
Neville Floyd's The Monster in the Maze
1100-1200, Hayes End library
Join Alexus Rose, the wandering storyteller, on his journey to share this interactive storytelling session ‘The Monster in the Maze’.
Storytime
1100-1200, Botwell Green library
Mythical Maze themed storytime with simple craft
Fairies at the bottom of the garden
1400-1500, Northwood library
What creatures live at the bottom of your garden? Creative writing session
Monster Mayhem
1400-1500, Ruislip Manor library
Learn the legend of the Abominable Snowman and then create your own Monster mask
Neville Floyd's The Monster in the Maze
1400-1500, Manor Farm library
Join Alexus Rose, the wandering storyteller, on his journey to share this interactive storytelling session ‘The Monster in the Maze’.
Book Bunch
1500-1600, Botwell Green library
Read Aloud Club for children. Discover the wondrous creatures of myths and legends through our chosen stories and poems.
It's Amazing to Read Aloud
1500-1600, South Ruislip library
Join our group reading activity session featuring mythical books and craft activities

List all events for August 14 »

Fri
15
Mythical Maze Board Game
1400-1500, Northwood Hills library
Create your very own myths and legends board game
What's in the Box
1400-1600, Yeading library
Let loose your imagination and decide 'what's in the box?' Creative writting session
Holiday Club!
0830-1700, Iver Environment Centre
Leave your children with us for action packed fun outdoor activities (8-12 years).
Holistic yoga
0930-1100, St Andrews United Reform Church
Yoga for the intermediate student. To deepen your practice beyond asana, to include pranayama, meditation, philosophy, chanting.
Chi Kri Classical Yoga
1000-1115, United Reform Church
The perfect anti-dote to stress! Grow your yoga practice on the right foundations with our precise and detailed instructions.
Zumba Gold in Harefield
1030-1130, St Mary's Church Hall
Low impact, dance fitness class. Suitable for active senior adults, beginners to exercise and those with minor physical limitations.
Disability Multisports Session
1100-1300, Botwell Green Leisure Centre
Adapted sports and exercises for any ability.
Toys on Top Toy Library
1300-1400, Bell Farm Christian Centre
Toy lending library

List all events for August 15 »

Sat
16
Find your World War 1 ancestors online
1000-1200, Yeading Library
Booking essential.
Children's craft event
1100-1200, Hayes End Library
Make a toy from World War 1
Free Fit camp Induction
1100-1600, The Nutrition Coach
Induction to the next FREE fit camp
Chi Kri Yoga
0745-0915, United Reform Church of Eastcote
Look and feel younger with this class, packed with deep stretches, dynamic sequences and challenging power poses for a complete workout.
Little Specials
0900-1030, Oak Farm Library
A group for children with special needs
Classical Indian Music
0900-1430, Barnhill Community High School
Education of the public in the subject of classical Indian music and the involvement and engagement of younger people.
The Zumba® Kids
0915-1000, The Barn
The Zumba® Kids program is the ultimate dance-fitness party for young Zumba fans ages 7-11.
Field End Flyers Saturday Morning Community Cycle Club
0945-1230, Next to Field End Junior School
In school term time Field End Flyers runs for school children aged 5-11 years. Located on a FULLY ENCLOSED tarmac track.

List all events for August 16 »

Sun
17
Medieval Festival
1100-1330, Manor Farm Site
all manner of medieval curiosities
Medieval Festival
1100-1600, Manor Farm
Take part in living history
Learn To Nordic Walk
0930-1030, Stockley Park
Learn the correct Nordic Walking technique in four weeks and go on to enjoy a full fitness workout in the open air.
PWN Running Club
0930-1030, Ickenham Pump
5k in 5 weeks we cater for everyone, those beginning to those looking to compete.
Free '24 Fit' Bootcamp Challenge
1000-1130, The Nutrition Coach
Get fit, have fun! All ages/fitness levels welcome. Reserve your space!
Duck Pond Artisan Food & Craft Market Ruislip
1000-1500, Manor Farm
Duck Pond Market is a family-friendly market for local crafters & artists, food producers and small businesses to sell in their community.
Hillingdon Ramblers Summer Walks Program
1000-1600, Varied venues in and around the borough and beyond
Led walks of between 3 and 15 miles in urban and rural locations on several days of the week, sometimes followed by a pub lunch or supper.
Disability Youth Club
1300-1530, Ruislip Young People's Centre
A youth club with a wide variety of activities including; football, table tennis, table football, arts and crafts, cooking and many more!

List all events for August 17 »

Mon
18
Landscape Camera Orienteering
1100-1200, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Explore the Denham Country Park in a different way! Use your compass to find discs and answer questions! 8+
The Road to War
1100-1200, Charville Library
An overview of some of the major social, political, economic changes before 1914.
Zoolab
1100-1200, Oak Farm library
Discover the world of myths and fairytales with the help of some extraordinary creatures. Animal encounter session
Landscape Camera Orienteering
1300-1400, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Explore the Denham Country Park in a different way! Use your compass to find discs and answer questions! 8+
Holiday Club
1300-1600, Sipson Community Centre
Holiday Club for children aged 5 -11 years
What's in the box?
1400-1500, Harefield library
Let loose your imagination and decide 'what's in the box?' Creative writting session
Zoolab
1400-1500, Manor Farm library
Discover the world of myths and fairytales with the help of some extraordinary creatures. Animal encounter session
LGBT social Club
1830-2030, Phone for details
(Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transvarient)

List all events for August 18 »

Tue
19
Storytime
1100-1130, Harlington library
Mythical Maze themed storytime with colouring & simple craft
Scavenger Crafts
1100-1200, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Scavenge the woods to find natural materials to help you create a piece of art to take home.
Scavenger Crafts
1300-1400, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Scavenge through the woods to find natural materials to help you create a piece of art to take home.
World War 1 afternoon tea
1500-1630, West Drayton Library
Come and join us for a World War 1 themed afternoon tea.
Holiday Club!
0830-1700, Iver Environment Centre
Leave your children with us for action packed fun outdoor activities (8-12 years).
The Austin Sewing Club
1000-1300, The Residents Meeting Room, The Austin Estate, Hayes
Twice weekly sewing club run by residents living in Hayes. All welcome!
Hillingdon Ramblers Summer Walks Program
1000-1600, Varied venues in and around the borough and beyond
Led walks of between 3 and 15 miles in urban and rural locations on several days of the week, sometimes followed by a pub lunch or supper.
Young at Heart Yoga
1015-1130, Oak Farm Library
All abilities welcome. Nobody is too old or too stiff to do some Yoga! Delay the aging process. Move it or Lose it!

List all events for August 19 »

Wed
20
Matilda with Explore Learning
1200-1300, Harlington library
Come along to find out all about the tricks that Matilda plays on adults who can't behave themselves. Decide what antics she will get up to
Landscape Camera Bird Spotting
1300-1400, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Make your own binoculars and search the landscape of Denham Country Park to see what birds you can spot!
Zoolab
1400-1500, Yeading library
Discover the world of myths and fairytales with the help of some extraordinary creatures. Animal encounter session
Summer Cupcake Decorating Workshop
1430-1630, The Orange Couch
A fun filled afternoon for the kids, decorating their own cupcakes before taking them home to enjoy!
Explore Learning Astrosaurs
1600-1700, Botwell Green library
Design your own alien and help the characters complete their mission
Machi Dojo Karate Club
Bishopshalt School Gym
Shotokan Karate Club, practicing traditional Japanese Karate.
Holiday Club!
0830-1700, Iver Environment Centre
Leave your children with us for action packed fun outdoor activities (8-12 years).
Little Gems Carers and Toddler Group
0930-1130, Bell Farm Christian Centre
Little Gems Toddler Group is for children aged from birth to 5 years.

List all events for August 20 »

Thu
21
Neville Floyd's The Monster in the Maze
1100-1200, Ickenham library
Join Alexus Rose, the wandering storyteller, on his journey to share this interactive storytelling session ‘The Monster in the Maze’.
Storytime
1100-1200, Botwell Green library
Mythical Maze themed storytime with simple craft
Neville Floyd's The Monster in the Maze
1400-1500, Uxbridge library
Join Alexus Rose, the wandering storyteller, on his journey to share this interactive storytelling session ‘The Monster in the Maze’.
Book Bunch
1500-1600, Botwell Green library
Fun Read Aloud Club for children. Discover the wondrous creatures of myths and legends through our chosen stories and poems.
LGBT social Club
1830-2030, Phone for details
(Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transvarient)
Holiday Club!
0830-1700, Iver Environment Centre
Leave your children with us for action packed fun outdoor activities (8-12 years).
Empowering Yoga
0930-1045, St Thomas More RC Church
Empowering Yoga classes are designed to nourish the soul and body, strengthen the core and increase flexibility
Job Seekers' Club
0930-1100, SRCF
Internet access, CV writing assistance, encouragement and coffee!

List all events for August 21 »

Fri
22
Make a Mythical Monster!
1000-1100, Oak Farm library
What will your monster look like? Creative writing and monster making
Information and advice volunteers wanted
1000-1300, Uxbridge Library and Learning Centre
Hillingdon Advice for Residents Partnership (HARP) are looking for volunteer to assist with Information and Advice.
Zoolab
1100-1200, Charville library
Discover the world of myths and fairytales with the help of some extraordinary creatures. Animal encounter session
Family craft event
1400-1600, Harlington Library
Making a toy
Holiday Club!
0830-1700, Iver Environment Centre
Leave your children with us for action packed fun outdoor activities (8-12 years).
Holistic yoga
0930-1100, St Andrews United Reform Church
Yoga for the intermediate student. To deepen your practice beyond asana, to include pranayama, meditation, philosophy, chanting.
Chi Kri Classical Yoga
1000-1115, United Reform Church
The perfect anti-dote to stress! Grow your yoga practice on the right foundations with our precise and detailed instructions.
Zumba Gold in Harefield
1030-1130, St Mary's Church Hall
Low impact, dance fitness class. Suitable for active senior adults, beginners to exercise and those with minor physical limitations.

List all events for August 22 »

Sat
23
Little Specials
0900-1030, Oak Farm Library
A group for children with special needs
Classical Indian Music
0900-1430, Barnhill Community High School
Education of the public in the subject of classical Indian music and the involvement and engagement of younger people.
The Zumba® Kids
0915-1000, The Barn
The Zumba® Kids program is the ultimate dance-fitness party for young Zumba fans ages 7-11.
Field End Flyers Saturday Morning Community Cycle Club
0945-1230, Next to Field End Junior School
In school term time Field End Flyers runs for school children aged 5-11 years. Located on a FULLY ENCLOSED tarmac track.
Pregnancy Yoga
1000-1130, Hillingdon Leisure Centre
Special yoga postures and breathing techniques to support body and mind throughout pregnancy and to prepare for birth.
Ruislip Eagles junior handball
1000-1130, Uxbridge College sports hall, Uxbridge campus
Junior handball training, open to all abilities, ages 11-15.
Hillingdon Ramblers Summer Walks Program
1000-1600, Varied venues in and around the borough and beyond
Led walks of between 3 and 15 miles in urban and rural locations on several days of the week, sometimes followed by a pub lunch or supper.
Stars at Knight School of Drama
1030-1130, Compass Theatre
Are you interested in drama and between the ages of 7-11 years? (Tutor Chris Tarran)

List all events for August 23 »

Sun
24
Learn To Nordic Walk
0930-1030, Stockley Park
Learn the correct Nordic Walking technique in four weeks and go on to enjoy a full fitness workout in the open air.
PWN Running Club
0930-1030, Ickenham Pump
5k in 5 weeks we cater for everyone, those beginning to those looking to compete.
Free '24 Fit' Bootcamp Challenge
1000-1130, The Nutrition Coach
Get fit, have fun! All ages/fitness levels welcome. Reserve your space!
Hillingdon Ramblers Summer Walks Program
1000-1600, Varied venues in and around the borough and beyond
Led walks of between 3 and 15 miles in urban and rural locations on several days of the week, sometimes followed by a pub lunch or supper.
Disability Youth Club
1300-1530, Ruislip Young People's Centre
A youth club with a wide variety of activities including; football, table tennis, table football, arts and crafts, cooking and many more!
FREE Fit Club
1900-2000, Next Level Nutrition and Fitness
This is a FREE Fit Club for all levels of fitness. If you are a beginner or train daily we have PT's to work you to your limit.
Social Buddies get-together
2015-0000, various
Social Buddies is a fun and friendly group for anyone in their 30s, 40s and 50s with many varied event each week.
FREE Fit Club
Next Level Nutrition & Fitness
FREE Fit Club every Monday @ 6:30pm, Friday @ 7pm and Sunday @ 10am. Just turn up and ask to speak to the trainer Ryan

List all events for August 24 »

Mon
25
The Stage Is Yours 2014
1000-1230, Compass Theatre
Musical Theatre Summer Workshop
Landscape Camera Treasure Hunt
1100-1200, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Where is the treasure? Hunt for clues around the landscape of Denham Country Park and discover the location of the hidden treasure chest!
Landscape Camera Treasure Hunt
1300-1400, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Where is the treasure? Hunt for clues around the landscape of Denham Country Park and discover the location of the hidden treasure chest!
Make a Mythical Monster!
1400-1500, Charville library
What will your monster look like? Creative writing and monster making
Machi Dojo Karate Club
Bishopshalt School Gym
Shotokan Karate Club, practicing traditional Japanese Karate.
Holiday Club!
0830-1700, Iver Environment Centre
Leave your children with us for action packed fun outdoor activities (8-12 years).
Hatha Yoga
0930-1100, 1st Scouts Hall
Designed with the needs of women's health in mind. All levels welcome, small, friendly class.
Creative Writing Class
1000-1200, Yeading Library
Creative writing for adults, themed weekly

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Tue
26
Storytime
1100-1130, Harlington library
Mythical Maze themed storytime with colouring & simple craft
Scavenger Boat Racing
1100-1230, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Scavenge the woods to find natural materials to help you make a boat to race and take home.
Scavenger Boat Racing
1330-1500, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Scavenge the woods to find natural materials to help you make a boat to race and take home.
Mythical Maze Poetry Workshop
1500-1600, Harefield library
Create your own epic poem, using resources from Greek and Roman Mythology
Harefield World War 1
1900-2100, Harefield library
Poetry group
Holiday Club!
0830-1700, Iver Environment Centre
Leave your children with us for action packed fun outdoor activities (8-12 years).
The Austin Sewing Club
1000-1300, The Residents Meeting Room, The Austin Estate, Hayes
Twice weekly sewing club run by residents living in Hayes. All welcome!
Hillingdon Ramblers Summer Walks Program
1000-1600, Varied venues in and around the borough and beyond
Led walks of between 3 and 15 miles in urban and rural locations on several days of the week, sometimes followed by a pub lunch or supper.

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Wed
27
Coffee morning
1030-1130, Hayes End Library
Share your stories of relatives from WW1 and find your WW1 ancestors online.
Landscape Camera Den Building
1100-1200, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Ever wondered how to make a den from natural resources? Now you can try!
Zoolab
1100-1200, West Drayton library
Discover the world of myths and fairytales with the help of some extraordinary creatures. Animal encounter session
Landscape Camera Den Building
1300-1400, Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Ever wondered how to make a den from natural resources? Now you can try!
Doctor Who with Explore Learning
1400-1500, Yeading library
Join The Doctor as he explores new galaxies.
What's in the box?
1400-1500, Oak Farm library
Let loose your imagination and decide 'what's in the box?' Creative writting session
World War 1 poets
1400-1500, Eastcote library
Talk by Clive Room, British Legion
Zoolab
1400-1500, Uxbridge library
Discover the world of myths and fairytales with the help of some extraordinary creatures. Animal encounter session

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Thu
28
Neville Floyd's The Monster in the Maze
1100-1200, Harlington library
Join Alexus Rose, the wandering storyteller, on his journey to share this interactive storytelling session ‘The Monster in the Maze’.
Storytime
1100-1200, Botwell Green library
Mythical Maze themed storytime with simple craft
Tea Dance
1330-1600, Winston Churchill Theatre
Take place monthly. Please join us.
Down Under Dreaming
1400-1500, Ruislip Manor library
Learn about Australian 'Dreamtime' and create your own story. Turn your story into art using Aboriginal style design
Helping Hercules
1400-1500, Ickenham library
Create a myth with your own hero & mythical creature. Creative writing session based on Francesca Simon's Helping Hercules
Neville Floyd's The Monster in the Maze
1400-1500, Botwell Green library
Join Alexus Rose, the wandering storyteller, on his journey to share this interactive storytelling session ‘The Monster in the Maze’.
Holiday Club!
0830-1700, Iver Environment Centre
Leave your children with us for action packed fun outdoor activities (8-12 years).
Empowering Yoga
0930-1045, St Thomas More RC Church
Empowering Yoga classes are designed to nourish the soul and body, strengthen the core and increase flexibility

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Fri
29
Zoolab
1100-1400, Ruislip Manor library
Discover the world of myths and fairytales with the help of some extraordinary creatures. Animal encounter session
Zoolab
1400-1500, Northwood Hills library
Discover the world of myths and fairytales with the help of some extraordinary creatures. Animal encounter session
The Stage Is Yours 2014 - Final Show
1500-1730, Compass Theatre
The final show from the participants of this year's Summer H0liday Musical Theatre workshop - the Stage Is Yours.
Holiday Club!
0830-1700, Iver Environment Centre
Leave your children with us for action packed fun outdoor activities (8-12 years).
Holistic yoga
0930-1100, St Andrews United Reform Church
Yoga for the intermediate student. To deepen your practice beyond asana, to include pranayama, meditation, philosophy, chanting.
Chi Kri Classical Yoga
1000-1115, United Reform Church
The perfect anti-dote to stress! Grow your yoga practice on the right foundations with our precise and detailed instructions.
Zumba Gold in Harefield
1030-1130, St Mary's Church Hall
Low impact, dance fitness class. Suitable for active senior adults, beginners to exercise and those with minor physical limitations.
Disability Multisports Session
1100-1300, Botwell Green Leisure Centre
Adapted sports and exercises for any ability.

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Sat
30
Little Specials
0900-1030, Oak Farm Library
A group for children with special needs
Classical Indian Music
0900-1430, Barnhill Community High School
Education of the public in the subject of classical Indian music and the involvement and engagement of younger people.
The Zumba® Kids
0915-1000, The Barn
The Zumba® Kids program is the ultimate dance-fitness party for young Zumba fans ages 7-11.
Field End Flyers Saturday Morning Community Cycle Club
0945-1230, Next to Field End Junior School
In school term time Field End Flyers runs for school children aged 5-11 years. Located on a FULLY ENCLOSED tarmac track.
Pregnancy Yoga
1000-1130, Hillingdon Leisure Centre
Special yoga postures and breathing techniques to support body and mind throughout pregnancy and to prepare for birth.
Ruislip Eagles junior handball
1000-1130, Uxbridge College sports hall, Uxbridge campus
Junior handball training, open to all abilities, ages 11-15.
Hillingdon Ramblers Summer Walks Program
1000-1600, Varied venues in and around the borough and beyond
Led walks of between 3 and 15 miles in urban and rural locations on several days of the week, sometimes followed by a pub lunch or supper.
Stars at Knight School of Drama
1030-1130, Compass Theatre
Are you interested in drama and between the ages of 7-11 years? (Tutor Chris Tarran)

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Sun
31
Learn To Nordic Walk
0930-1030, Stockley Park
Learn the correct Nordic Walking technique in four weeks and go on to enjoy a full fitness workout in the open air.
PWN Running Club
0930-1030, Ickenham Pump
5k in 5 weeks we cater for everyone, those beginning to those looking to compete.
Free '24 Fit' Bootcamp Challenge
1000-1130, The Nutrition Coach
Get fit, have fun! All ages/fitness levels welcome. Reserve your space!
Hillingdon Ramblers Summer Walks Program
1000-1600, Varied venues in and around the borough and beyond
Led walks of between 3 and 15 miles in urban and rural locations on several days of the week, sometimes followed by a pub lunch or supper.
Disability Youth Club
1300-1530, Ruislip Young People's Centre
A youth club with a wide variety of activities including; football, table tennis, table football, arts and crafts, cooking and many more!
FREE Fit Club
1900-2000, Next Level Nutrition and Fitness
This is a FREE Fit Club for all levels of fitness. If you are a beginner or train daily we have PT's to work you to your limit.
Social Buddies get-together
2015-0000, various
Social Buddies is a fun and friendly group for anyone in their 30s, 40s and 50s with many varied event each week.
Craft Bags!
Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre
Pick a craft bag from the selection provided, then use what you find inside to make your very own special creation to take home!

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