Winkfield Resource Centre - Services

About the Centre

Winkfield has resumed its services and all activities are now face-to-face.

However, as a resource centre, we will continue to ask those using our services to follow some guidelines:

  • The number of customers allowed to access our buildings will be restricted so there is sufficient space to observe social distancing
  • Employees will wear a face covering when interacting with clients and service users unless they are behind a screen
  • Visitors to council buildings will be asked to wear a face covering. Signs at entrances will be displayed to this effect

We are offering Art and Craft activities online using Microsoft Teams:

See all virtual activities

Our address is:

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We usually offer a range of services and facilities including:

  • A full range of activities and classes including Art, Craft, Ceramic, Mixed Media, Textiles, Collage, Pottery and a choir!
  • Comfortable waiting and dining areas with Internet access
  • A fully equipped new assessment centre for the Occupational Therapy Service to complete a thorough assessment of people needs
  • An assessment and training centre for people with visual impairments as well as other support enabling residents with disabilities and/or sensory impairment to manage their disability, maintain their independence and take control of their lives
  • A fully equipped training kitchen
  • Bathing facility fully equipped with hoists
  • A relaxing garden area with pond and seating; the perfect place for lunch in the spring and summer months
  • The centre is available for hire and is used by a number of groups for meetings and/or activities. Meeting rooms are fully equipped with whiteboards, fixed wall flip charts and projectors. Two of the rooms are equipped with smart boards
  • Tottenham Hotspur run weekly Chair based Exercises and Massage/Physiotherapy classes in the Centre through its Foundation programme

The centre offers a safe and secure environment, full disabled access, car parking, a "Changing Places" toilet, a facility that enables service users to have a bath, as well as hearing loop systems for meetings.

The address and contact details for the centre can be found in the contact details section below.

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Winkfield Resource Centre Drop-ins

Deaf Drop-in/Deaf Support Service

Please note: Due to staff shortages, we are unable to offer any further appointments for the foreseeable future.

Please email if you need support.

See also: Deaf Drop-in/Deaf Support Service.

Different Strokes

Different Strokes is a charity which supports working age stroke survivors. Different Strokes North London Group (external link) are offering online services. Click the link for details They normally have a session at Winkfield

Aims: Through active self-help and mutual support, our aim is to help stroke survivors of working age optimise their recovery, take control of their lives and regain as much independence as possible, including returning to work.

What we do: We provide services, on a self-organised, voluntary basis, which help enhance mobility, boost confidence and reduce the sense of isolation experienced by stroke survivors.

Please contact John Murray, Different Strokes, London North, 37 Landrock Road, London, N8 9HR.

Contact details

  • Address
    Winkfield Resource Centre
    33 Winkfield Road
    Wood Green
    N22 5RP
  • Tel 020 8489 8200
  • Fax 020 8489 8230
  • Minicom 020 8365 7935
  • Email

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Page last updated:

December 4, 2023