Richmond Carers Centre runs a number of regular groups and activities, open to all adult carers registered with Richmond Carers Centre. This is a blended service offering both online and face-to-face sessions, details of which can be found below. To book onto one of the below activities/groups call 020 8867 2380 or email

Our online sessions are run online using Zoom. If you are not familiar with Zoom, please don’t worry as we are available to support you with this. Just let us know and we will be happy to guide you on how to use the platform.

To book onto any of our online groups, please email us at or call 020 8867 2380. When your place has been confirmed you will receive an email with a link to join the group along with instructions for using Zoom and information on how the group will work.

We are always developing our programme of groups and activities and we would love to hear from you if you have any suggestions or ideas as this will help us in our planning. Please email or call 020 8867 2380

Christmas Lights at Kew RETURNING

Christmas at Kew

A trip to Kew Gardens where you have the opportunity to explore and enjoy the Christmas Lights. This is for carers only. These tickets are non-refundable and spaces are limited. Meet promptly to enter the gardens at

6pm start
Thursday 5th January
Venue: Kew Gardens

Book Club – online via Zoom

A supportive group who love to read. No reading list, just bring along the book you are currently reading and share with the group. You may find a new book that you wouldn’t otherwise have read and make some new friends too.

Please call us on 020 8867 2380 or email to express your interest and we will let you know further details including how to access the group via Zoom.

 6th January and 3rd February

Kew Gardens Trip

Kew Gardens Trip

Monthly trip to Kew Gardens where you have the opportunity to explore and enjoy the delights of Kew Gardens. Carers go free as part of our membership with the Community Access Scheme. Meet promptly to enter the gardens at

Tuesdays 10th January and 14th February
Venue: Kew Gardens

Coffee Mornings

Join us for a hot drink and friendly conversation.

On Monday 11th January we will be joined by staff from NHS South West London, Integrated Care System who will be talking about how to stay healthy during wintertime, and asking about your experiences of local health services.

11th January and 8th February
Venue: Twickenham Green


Art Club

This will be the reintroduction of an art club starting in January. The workshops will explore a range of art mediums with the opportunity to enjoy refreshments and connecting with other carers in a relaxed environment. The first session will be glass vase painting. The activity will take place monthly on the second Thursday of the month.

Thursdays 12th January and 9th February
Venue: Twickenham Green

Coffee Mornings for Parent Carers and Young Adult Carers

Marble Hill House

A monthly coffee morning for parent carers and young adult carers aged 18-25 in the beautiful setting of Marble Hill House and Gardens.

Wednesdays 18th January and 22nd February
Venue: Marble Hill

Dementia Carers Information and Support Session – online via Zoom

Zoom meeting

When someone is diagnosed with dementia their partner and family often have a lot of questions. The Carers Information & Support Sessions aim to give a space for family members, carers and friends to find out more about what dementia is, how dementia affects people and your needs as a carer.

These sessions are just for carers, family members and friends of people newly diagnosed with dementia so that you have space to talk and learn freely and ask the questions you want to ask. Sessions are one-off/stand-alone – you are welcome to attend more than one session but the topics covered at each will be the same.

The sessions are run jointly by a Clinical Psychologist from Richmond Memory Service and a Carers Support Worker from Richmond Carers Centre.

19th January

Garden Club

Come to the centre and enjoy tending to the garden and meet with other gardening enthusiasts. The group will meet monthly on the fourth Tuesday of the month at

24th January and 21st February
Venue: Twickenham Green

Africa Fashion Exhibition at V&A NEW

Africa Fashion exhibition at VandA

This will be an opportunity to attend the exhibition at the museum with a focus on spanning iconic mid-20th century to contemporary creatives through photographs, textiles, music and the visual arts, Africa Fashion explores the vitality and global impact of a fashion scene as dynamic and varied as the continent itself.

11am start
Thursday 26th January

Venue: Victoria and Albert Museum

Pottery Class

Pottery Class - Richmond Carers Centre

The opportunity to come and explore your creative and artistic skills at a pottery café in Twickenham. Priority for bookings will be given to newly registered carers and young adult carers aged 18-25.

11am start
Thursday 26th January
Venue: Twickenham Green

Photography Group – online via Zoom

A supportive group who love to take pictures and share their artwork. An opportunity to develop your skills and interest in photography with a theme each month and to make some new friends too.

 27th January

Tai Chi Classes NEW

Tai Chi Richmond Carers Centre

Richmond Carers Centre are continuing with their exciting sessions of Tai Chi for carers. It is an internal Chinese martial art practiced for defence training, health benefits and meditation. The next six sessions will take place on Mondays from

Mondays 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th February
Venue: Mortlake

Walk and Talk in Bushy Park – Walking Group

Walk and Talk at Bushy Park

The walking group will be a chance for you to enjoy a group walk around Bushy Park. This will be a circular walk, and there will be a focus in this walk on visiting the Water Gardens.

Tuesday 7th February

Venue: Bushy Park

Blood Brothers at Richmond Theatre NEW ACTIVITY ADDED

Blood Brothers promo set

We are very excited to be able to offer the opportunity to visit Richmond Theatre to see Blood Brothers in February. Written by Willy Russell, the legendary Blood Brothers tells the captivating and moving tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again with fateful consequences.

Thursday 23rd February

Venue: Richmond Theatre

For more information or to book call 020 8867 2380 or click to send us an email