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Employability Summer Workshop

Employability Summer Workshop

A three day workshop delivered by Westminster City Council in partnership with Westminster businesses to help young people focus on the next steps towards their career.


Wing Chun

Wing Chun

logoWing Chun is a popular form of Kung Fu since the late 60s made famous by Bruce Lee. It focuses on the basic principles of efficacy and practicality and has gained the reputation of being one of the most advanced styles in the Martial Arts world. If you would like to know more about a free trial class or want further information, please call 01634 325949 or email

Wing Tsun Kung Fu

Wing Tsun Kung Fu

f074eed6a83adf7ede87e96601a0cc16Wing Tsun Kung Fu has grown in popularity due to its practicality in the modern world. It can be learned in a relatively short period of time and is practiced by people of all sizes, shapes and degree of athletic ability.

Classes are held at The Churchill Gardens Club on Monday, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6.30pm through to 8.30pm.

Beginners are welcome and a FREE trial lesson is available. If you are not sure, you are welcome to sit in and watch a class.

To get a better understanding of Wing Tsun, visit or contact Si-Hing Gabor Spenger (2nd Level Master) on 07932 401520 or email him at

Councillors’ Surgeries

In January and March the Churchill Ward councillors will hold surgeries every second Thursday of the month in St Barnabas Church Hall over Ebury Bridge, and in February and April (and from the till December) in the Churchill Residents’ Hall. All surgeries begin at 7.30.

Any problems or questions you think they might be able to help with, just come along. No appointments needed.

Open Age

Open Age is offering two amazing outings with a royal twist for the over 50s – both are free but booking in advance is essential – contact Claire or Geoff on 07530 734 489 to reserve a place.

Portrait of the Artist at the Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace Road.

1am – 1.30pm Wednesday 25th January.

‘Join us for a guided tour of this new exhibition featuring work by artists such as Rembrandt and David Hockney, followed by a workshop and refreshments.’


Diana, her fashion story at Kensington Palace

12-2pm Thursday 23rd March

‘Trace the evolution of the Princess’s style, from the demure romantic outfits of her first public appearances to the glamour, elegance and confidence of her later life. Don’t miss out on this popular exhibition!’