A tea dance at the Royal Hospital, special tours of Leighton House Museum, a range of keep-fit classes, nature walks in Holland Park and gardening workshops are just some of the activities on offer to the borough’s older residents as part of this year’s Silver Sunday celebration.

Silver SundayThe activities, which launch on Thursday 25 September with a lunchtime concert at the Holy Trinity Brompton, will continue until Friday 10 October with a concert at the Royal Albert Hall.

In between these dates there are over 70 free or low-cost activities and events, hosted by the borough’s community and voluntary organisations and the Council, to encourage older residents to stay active and involved in their communities. This year’s Silver Sunday celebration includes some special telephone discussions which will be run by Open Age and are aimed at people who are house-bound.

Open Age, Age UK, Octavia and Holy Trinity Brompton are just some of the organisations who will showcase the type of activities they offer throughout the year during the Silver Sunday celebrations.

For more information:

Download the Silver Sunday Booklet [PDF] or alternatively contact 020 7361 2677 / silver.sunday@rbkc.gov.uk