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KCSC is expanding its 'Reaching Potential' capacity building programme with support from RBKC. The new extended programme aims to assist individuals and organisations wanting to provide original and innovative services to help the local community as well as supporting existing organisations to provide services in a sustainable way.

The programme will be open to any organisations working in Kensington & Chelsea supporting North Kensington residents.

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Head_Space: The Environment - 6 December


KCSC's second Head_Space is coming up, it is part of a brand new series of talks and interactive workshops designed to spark fresh thinking, innovation and inspiration, for an audience of residents, activists and socially-focused organisations.

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Head_Space: The Power of Communities


KCSC are excited to announce Head_Space, a brand new series of talks and interactive workshops designed to spark fresh thinking, innovation, and inspiration, for an audience of socially focussed organisations.

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Earls Court walk-in centre engagement


The contract for the walk-in service at Earls Court Health & Wellbeing Centre is due to expire on the 31st March 2020 and West London Clinical Commissioning Group (WLCCG) are considering what to do next.

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Toxicity update June 2019


KCSC has received the following long email regarding the soil toxicity in the area. The information provided has come straight from Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government on 3rd June 2019 

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JSNA highlight report on Kensington and Chelsea


The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) group created a highlight report for Kensington and Chelsea.

The report is a summary of the public health challenges and opportunities for those living in, working in or visiting the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. This highlight report puts the existing programme of Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) into context, and encourages local priority setting around public health and wellbeing. It links to a number of information sources that can be used for more detailed information.

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Toxicity Workshops


KCSC encourages the community and their Voluntary Sector partners to attend one of the two workshops surrounding the issue of soil toxicity in the next week. The report and the impact on the community has galvanised many in the community to take action. Here is footage of a recent action taken in the borough. The details of the workshops are below;

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KCSC receives funding from Trust for London to deliver the Stronger Voices programme over the next 3 years


Trust for London has granted KCSC a total of £130,000 over the next 3 years to deliver the Stronger Voices programme.  

Based on the current work of KCSC delivering community development and engagement activities since the Grenfell fire, the funding will contribute to the funding of our Community Development role and will enable KCSC to work closely with local organisations, particularly grassroots/social action groups, to build and sustain the voice of the community within North Kensington.

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North Kensington: Confirmation of Independent Specialist Contractor


This is taken from a letter circulated last Friday (22nd March) by the Environmental Checks  Grenfell Victims Unit., co-signed by Right Honourable James Brokenshire M.P, and the Right Honourable Nick Hurd M.P.

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Equality and Human Rights research on the Grenfell fire tragedy


As the UK's National Human Rights Institution, the Equality and Human Rights Commission has carried out research, in partnership with Race on the Agenda, to look at the human rights and equality dimensions of the Grenfell fire tragedy.

Their work has been to determine if the state is fulfilling its duties under human rights and equality law. They are thankful to everyone who has helped with this work.

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