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L-W-O Community

Welcome to the L-W-O Community. We are a non-profit group set up in September 2013 for anyone who lives with lymphoedema or a lymphatic malformation. L-W-O is based in Warwickshire however, our membership is for the whole of the UK, and we do have a global following. There is thought to be over 400,000 people in the UK living with lymphoedema. We are an established Community who provide non-medical tips and advice for our members, we operate mostly online but do attend Health...

Lanchester Court - Specialised housing suitable for adults with learning disabilities, autism, complex conditions and physical disabilities.

Lanchester Court is a specialised housing/extra care housing development suitable for adults with a learning disability, autism, complex health conditions and physical disabilities in Rugby. This is a purpose built supported living housing scheme comprising 17 unique living spaces, including apartments, townhouses and bungalows. We are a registered social landlord and are able to make adaptions to our properties to meet individuals' mobility, sensory or other specific needs. The housing...

Language For Fun

Thinking of learning French, Spanish or Italian or looking at improving your languages skills but worried about joining a class? No need to be nervous. Our conversation based classes are very relaxed and lots of fun but highly structured and interactive. Language lessons for adults using the Language For Fun methodology. Beginners to Advanced level. Learn, socialise and gain confidence. Classes in Stratford-upon-Avon, Studley, Redditch, Dorridge and Solihull. Online, blended learning and...

Laurel Gardens - Extra Care Housing for 55+

Laurel Gardens is an extra care housing development for older people aged 55+ in Mancetter. It offers spacious apartments and bungalows for rental only, telecare (assistive technology), support and access to care services 24 hours per day. Laurel Gardens provide a range of community services with high-quality accommodation. It has been designed specifically for older people, with your immediate and future needs in mind. Living in an extra care scheme means that you can...

League Of Friends Of Warwick Hospital

The League of Friends of Warwick Hospital (Charity number: 1027400)Warwick Hospital's League of Friends was formed in 1953 and since that time has raised over £1.25m for the benefit of patients and staff. As well as organising one-off fundraising events the League runs a Bric-a-Brac and book shop within Warwick Hospital. Information can be found on the website below, or by contacting Sharon Elswood by email: sharon.elswood@swft.nhs.uk or by telephone...

Leamington & Warwick Philatelic Society

Meet at Oddfellows Hall, Clarence Terrace, Warwick Street, Leamington Spa on alternate Wednesday's, 19:15 for 19:30 until 21:00. Please see our website for the latest status regarding Coronavirus and our programme of meetings.

Leamington Dolphins

Swimming for children and young adults with a disability and their siblings.We meet Sundays 5.30 pm - 6.30 pm at Newbold Comyn Leisure Centre, Leamington Spa. Term time only. Due to Covid-19, all classes are currently postponed until further notice. For more information, please visit our website.

Leamington Lillies WI

The Leamington Lillies WI is a next generation, younger WI group. Like other next generation WIs we have taken the best aspects of the traditional Women's Institute and given them a modern makeover, to make them more relevant to a younger generation of women. We have an active and varied social calendar which includes our monthly meeting, plus our Craft Club, Culture Club and Supper Club. At our monthly, evening meetings we have taster sessions of crafts and activities and talks from...

LEAMINGTON LITERARY SOCIETY

PLEASE NOTE BECAUSE OF THE CORONAVIRUS IT HAS BEEN DECIDED TO CANCEL ALL OF THE SOCIETY'S MEETINGS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. In 1912 a group of citizens came together to form the Leamington Literary and Philosophical Society (for men only!), but 100 years later things have changed. Now everyone interested in reading is most welcome. We usually meet during the evening of the second Tuesday of each month, from September – June. The lectures, often illustrated, are...

Leamington Rambling Club

We are a friendly, independent, Leamington based rambling group. Walks take place on most Sundays and every other Wednesday morning, leaving Leamington at 9.30 am or 1.30 pm, (unless otherwise stated on our program). There is an opportunity for either a full day walk (approximately 7 to 12 miles) or a half day walk (approximately 5 miles). Our Wednesday morning walks end at a pub so that members can have lunch and socialise if they desire it. Please see our current program...

Leamington Spa Library

Public library with other public services. Leamington Spa Library - opening hours and services available.

Leamington Spa Opera Group

Founded in 1959, we are a musical theatre society and choir who regularly perform in local venues all around the region. Recent shows at the Royal Spa Centre have been "The Sound of Music", "Carousel", "Jesus Christ Superstar", "Kiss Me Kate" and "Oh What a Lovely War". Our rehearsal nights are mainly Thursdays at St Mark's Church Hall, Rugby Road, Leamington Spa. We also perform different themed concerts throughout the year, including our annual traditional Christmas concert at Holy...

Leamington Spa Orthodontic Centre

Every member of our expert team is dedicated to providing the highest standard of care in a safe, secure and welcoming environment. Virtually everyone, both young and old, wants to have the best smile possible, and to be able to keep their own teeth for life. Until recently for many this has just been a dream. Now with the advances in expertise and technology a beautiful lifelong smile can become a reality. Modern Orthodontic treatment delivered by experts can provide not...

Leamington Spa Photographic Society

We are a friendly group of people from all walks of life. Our photographic abilities range from outright beginners to the highly skilled – but most of us fall somewhere in between. Whilst possessing a long pedigree, we aim to be forward-looking and to keep abreast of the latest technology. Apart from the friendly atmosphere, our evenings are enjoyed because of the wide-ranging photographic interests, which members bring to the society. From September 2020 the Society will meet...

Lennon Court

Lennon Court is a supported living accommodation complex offering 11 learning disabled people to live in their own home with support from staff to help them live their life well, increase their skills and independence and be active in the local community. The flats are large, modern and well maintained and are in a central position close to Rugby Town centre.

Lifeline - Warwick District Council

The Lifeline unit connects to our friendly Lifeline team who provide a 24/7 monitoring service. The team provide reassurance around the clock, every day and night of the year, at the press of the button on the unit (plugged in by your telephone) or the button on your pendant. We are trained to quickly assess the situation and take prompt action (that might be calling one of your nominated contacts or emergency services). Other Telecare products can be connected to the Lifeline unit...

Lifeline24

Lifeline 24 is a dedicated national Telecare provider that provides a low cost Telecare personal alarm service for anyone that is frail, elderly or disabled living in the United Kingdom. Once you join our Lifeline Personal Alarm service, you are connected to our highly trained Care Team. Day and night, our care team, who have been accredited by the Telecare Services Association, are on hand to support you at home. Most of our customers come from referrals, either from existing customers,...

Lifespace Trust

Lifespace works with young people, helping them change their lives for good. Lifespace provides mentoring for young people (aged 9-19), and delivers Youth Mental Health First Aid training. Our team of mentors and trainers, most of whom are volunteers, work with young people to reduce the disadvantages, difficulties and worries that they face and help them make their own lives easier, safer, stronger, happier, healthier, richer and lighter.

Lillington Bridge Club, Leamington Spa

We are a friendly informal bridge club. We play duplicate bridge most Monday evenings throughout the year. At St Mark's Church Hall, St Marks Road, Leamington Spa, CV32 6DL every Monday (except bank holidays) 7pm-10.15pm. For further information please email or phone.

Lillington Library

Public library with other public services. Lillington Library - opening hours and services available.




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