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New Community Leadership Programme Sticky

Aug
28

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

Nov
11

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

Oct
11

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

Sep
12

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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Volunteers available to help community spaces in borough

Sep
11

Does your community space need a spruce-up? The Volunteer Centre Kensington and Chelsea (VCKC) are calling for all community centres, groups and charities, to tell them if you have a space that needs painting, decorating, fixing or tidying! VCKC have teams of dedicated volunteers that have a day to spare and would love to help transform spaces in the K&C community. This can include any activities that require a one-day session, for teams of 5-12 volunteers.

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KCSC need photographs that capture the voluntary and community sector in action

Aug
16

KCSC is asking for photographs from our voluntary sector organisations that show what you do.  Whether it's running a football club, an art session or putting on a dance event, we want to showcase the sector in our communications, including our annual report.

This also provides a great opportunity for you to promote your organisation and of course KCSC will credit the photos to your organisation.

Types of photos KCSC would like from organisations:

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Community Business Incubator

Aug
05

Are you an entrepreneurial group with an idea for a community business that will benefit North Kensington? Locality and Kensington and Chelsea Social Council have come together with Power to Change to offer a free support programme starting in Autumn 2019.

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Put out the flags for Wornington College!

Jul
23

 

The Guardian reports that Wornington College is saved with £32m of government money. Below is the Guardian article in full. This represents a terrific result for all those who campaigned. The building is safe now to deliver a curriculum that suits the community that campaigned so rigorously. 

 

Grenfell adult college saved with £32m government bailout

Wornington college had been sold to be turned into luxury housing

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Grenfell Tower Site - the Government takes over

Jul
16

The Government makes contact with the communities of North Kensington on the future of Grenfell site.

"Dear all,

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The Report of The Scrutiny Panel

Jul
16

'Scrutiny' is a Councillor-led statutory function within the Council. It holds decision-makers to account on behalf of borough residents. Please find the report of the Panel appointed to oversee the detail of the new arrangements for scrutiny and prioritisation of the scrutiny work programme. Recommendations to the Council will be made on 24 July. 

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