Camden Health Kick

Camden Health Kick is a new three-year intergenerational project offering local Camden residents new, fun, free, and engaging healthy living activities for people of all ages.

Our aim is to increase the health and wellbeing of individuals and families, giving them the tools and knowledge to do so! The project is a consortium of three organisations; Queens Crescent Community Association, Kentish Town City Farm, and Castle Haven Community Association.

Together, we will be offering healthy living activities for you and your family including; Horse Care sessions, Farm Crafting, Horticultural/ Gardening Session, Sporting Sessions, Healthy Cooking & Eating on a Budget, Family fitness sessions, Health Checks, Health Awareness Workshops, and six-month Gym Membership. These sessions are sure to help you develop a healthier and more active lifestyle as well as develop meaningful friendships with local members of the community.

This intergenerational healthy families project is guaranteed to provide everyone involved with intergenerational connections that will be valuable for the community.

More info can be found on the Camden Health Kick website or contact the Project Coordinator, Charmaine Browne, on 020 7267 6635