We have put together a list of some of the local businesses, artists and practitioners that we like and would like to share with you.
Mindfulness with Josh Geffin. Friend of Muswell Health Josh is running a new 8 week mindfulness course in January 2020. This 8-week course will give you all the tools you need to integrate mindfulness into your everyday life and develop a daily meditation practice. Includes seminars, meditation tuition, guided audio and mindfulness exercises. 8 weekly sessions from Monday 6th January – February 24th 2020, 7:15 – 8:45pm, at Muswell Hill Quaker Meeting House. Price: £200 / Early Bird price: £150 (until 15/12/19)
For more details visit www.heartmindnow.co.uk or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Muswell Hill Creatives is a dynamic collective of local artists, designers and makers who share a passion for quality craftsmanship. It holds markets four times a year in St James’s Square, Muswell Hill as well as pop up shops and exhibitions. www.muswellhillcreatives.com
Muswellife (or Friends of St James Square) are a social business community group that promotes and supports all that adds to the unique character and quality of life in Muswell Hill for everyone who lives and works here. We put on two events a year: MidSummer Muswell and A Very Merry Muswell in St James Square. www.muswellife.com
YogaLoom Tailored private and small group Yoga and Pilates classes at our North London studio in Muswell Hill. Organised yoga retreats in the beautiful Greek islands and around the UK. 50 Hillfield Park Mews, Muswell Hill, N10 3QR, London. www.yogaloom.com
Muswell Hill Sustainability Group
The Muswell Hill Sustainability Group is a local action group formed in 2008 to help residents live more sustainably – that is, in a way which meets both current and future needs. www.mhsgroup.org
Muswell Hill Soup Kitchen
From their web page….”Our soup kitchen started in February 1994 in response to several people asking for food following the worship services. It has become the Muswell Hill Churches & Community Soup Kitchen. It is still located and administered here at the Baptist Church and is also staffed by volunteers from several local churches, other faith groups and the wider community. We are open five evenings a week, Sunday through Thursday. Doors open 7.45-8.30pm [on SUNDAYS 5:00-6:00pm] We normally serve a two course meal to about 40 people each night, a total of 8,000-10,000 meals a year.
How can you help?
“We are very grateful to the many organisations, schools and individuals that support this outreach. Maybe you can help too?”
DONATIONS: “We can use most food that is safe to eat so contact us if you can donate some (though please don’t leave food at our doors anonymously as if we cannot verify its origin we have to throw it away). We are not a food bank but can often find ways of giving out food we cannot use. We can sometimes do the same with men’s clothes and basic toiletries. Just contact us first to check that we can use your gift. And it goes without saying that we can use money!” www.mhbc.org.uk