There are lots of activities and events to get involved with at MYCA Wembley.
Sporting activities bring all ages together and boosts community spirit. At MYCA Wembley this is
Our centre is the perfect place for a game of badminton. There are separate weekly sessions for women and men. Come and enjoy a game and make friends.
Volleyball sessions are held for the energetic sportsmen amongst us.
For that mind, body and soul mid-week recharge, weekly daytime sessions of Yoga are held for those wishing to do some gentle exercises.
Women's Badminton :
Thursday's 6.30pm - 7.30pm
Kusumben: 07929 019 368
Men's Badminton :
Thursday's 7.30pm - 9pm
Jivanbhai: 07456 788 708
Gentle Restorative Yoga: Tuesday Morning T.B.C
Taraben J: 07939 612 686
Indiraben B:07876 276 778
To find out more about these sessions:
Sachin: 07939 653 969
MYCA Wembley’s Knit & Natter sessions are where a productive and enjoyable couple of hours are spent each month, knitting beautiful blankets with love, to send to the needy.
Countless colourful and skilfully made baby blankets have been sent to a children’s hospital in Zambia and to orphanages in Zimbabwe.
Whether a novice or an experienced knitter, everyone is welcome. The more the merrier the natter and the more knitting done for a worthy cause.
Rekhaben: 07818 092 773
KNIT & NATTER
Celebrating the ‘festival of lights’, Diwali means welcoming guests in to our hearts and homes. The ancient art of Rangoli does just that.
At MYCA Wembley the annual Rangoli Competition is held for all ages. This event gives an opportunity to the artists amongst us to skilfully produce eye-catching designs, both traditional and modern. This has been a calendar fixture since its introduction in 1976 by those wishing to promote and continue this awe inspiring, age old Indian art form.
Rekhaben: 07818 092 773
MYCA Wembley members take part in this worthy Sewa International initiative which encourages helping the community in many ways and nurtures caring for others. A range of activities are undertaken, from cleaning our own community centre, singing Bhajans for the elderly in ’Homes’ to cooking and distributing food for the needy.
During the COVID-19 pandemic we offered to help our elderly and vulnerable with shopping, collection of medicines and simply offering them our company over the telephone, should they wish it.
Health and Well-being of our members plays an important part in our caring community. Professionally led interactive sessions are often held. These cover a range of topics including those that are sensitive and perhaps difficult to talk about, such as mental health. Our aim is to inform, engage and bring awareness to our membership, so that open discussions on various sensitive topics can be had and ultimately so that our membership are better equipped to deal with and seek help where necessary.
Various talks on topics that may specifically be affecting our elderly members, are also addressed.
To keep up-to-date with our events, please see the calendar.