27 Mar 2023 - Easter timetable at our centre

We have a revised timetable for the Easter holidays - please take note as not everything is running.  Read more here >


1 Mar 2023 - March Activities calendar

March 2023 Activities Calendar  Read more here >


1 Feb 2023 - Activities calendar for February

Come to our centre and take part in activities that promote wellbeing.  Read more here >


1 Nov 2022 - Events in November

MGWT_Nov_activites_A4.pdf  Read more here >


24 Nov 2021 - Wellbeing Events for December 2021

Our face-to-face events at Manor Gardens have now all finished for the year, due to the increased risk of catching Covid. We will let you know here when we are able to start up again in January.  Read more here >


27 Jan 2020 - Screening of Bafta nominated documentary

Join us for a screening of The Cruel Cut in Central London, followed by a panel discussion with the filmmakers and other prominent voices in women's rights and Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). This event is hosted by Manor Gardens' Dahlia Project, and kindly supported by Twitter.  Read more here >


13 Jan 2020 - Winter Wellbeing Festival 2020

We're beating the Winter Blues again this year with our Winter Wellbeing Festival on Thursday 6th February at Islington Town Hall between 12 and 3.  Read more here >


8 May 2019 - Mental Health Awareness Week Activities

Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 will take place between Monday 13th and Sunday 19th May 2019. The theme for 2019 is Body Image – how we think and feel about our bodies.The Wellbeing Service will be holding a variety of events throughout the week, raising awareness around how we feel about our body image and the impact this has on our mental health. Monday 13th May  Read more here >


7 Feb 2019 - Winter Wellbeing Festival 2019

Manor Gardens is putting on our second Winter Wellbeing Festival on Thursday 7th February as part of the National Time To Talk Day events to get people talking about mental health.  Read more here >


27 Sep 2018 - Keynote Lecture 2018

A packed house of volunteers, invited guests and staff greeted MP Stella Creasy as she gave Manor Gardens' 4th Keynote Lecture at Islington Town Hall's Council Chamber on 27th September.  Read more here >


30 Jun 2018 - Summer Wellbeing Festival 2018

It's nearly time for our next Summer Wellbeing Festival. It will be on Saturday 30th June 2018 between 12.30 and 4.30.  Read more here >


25 Oct 2017 - Wellbeing Summit celebrates Black History Month

Everyone is warmly invited to our Wellbeing Summit, focusing on Mental Wellbeing within Black Minority Ethnic (BME) communities in Islington.  Read more here >


24 Jul 2017 - Wellbeing Summer Stalls

Our Wellbeing Service will be setting up stalls in Islington's town centres across the Summer to start conversations about wellbeing.  Read more here >


8 Jul 2017 - Summer Wellbeing Festival 2017

It's full steam ahead for our Summer Wellbeing Festival on  Read more here >


15 Jun 2017 - How to Influence Commissioning and Promote Your Services

The next meeting of The Health Exchange, entitled How to Influence Commissioning and Promote Your Services, will take place on Thursday 15th June between 2-4pm in Manor Gardens Training Room, 10 Manor Gardens, London N7 6LA.   Read more here >


20 Mar 2017 - Winter Wellbeing Festival

Following on from our successful Summer Wellbeing Festival we are holding a Winter Wellbeing Festival on Monday 20th March at the Islington Assembly Hall between 12.30 and 4pm.  Read more here >


31 Jan 2017 - Time to Talk 2017

Manor Gardens' Wellbeing Service took time to reduce the stigma around mental health by taking part in the national Time to Talk Day on 2nd February 2017.  Read more here >


25 Jan 2017 - Summer Wellbeing Festival 2016

Celebrating Wellbeing in every sense was the aim of Manor Gardens Welfare Trust’s Summer Wellbeing Festival on Saturday 9th July. Our street fair took place in Manor Gardens, London N7 6LA and we took over the whole street and worked in partnership with the Royal Northern Park next door.  Read more here >



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