This year's budget has been judged as a fairly quiet one as far as the voluntary sector is concerned. But it still contained important news for the sector.
In the following weeks Healthwatch Central West London will be talking with groups and individuals across Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, and Westminster, to find out where peop
Staff at the Social Council were pleased to support 'One Day Without Us' on February 20th, a day of celebration, and in recognition of the contibution made to society by migrants in the UK.
The Sexual Health Conference 2017 was held at St Paul's Centre Hammersmith again this year, on Thursday 23 February.
Download the presentations from the conference and workshops (PDFs).
The North West London Collaborative of Clinical Commissioning Groups (NWL CCGs) and Healthy London Partnership (HLP) are seeking to work with local voluntary and charitable organisations to run a s
Clinks in partnership with NCVO and Third Sector Research Centre (TSRC) have launched a survey to gain a better understanding of the voluntary sector’s involvement in Transforming Rehabilitat
Residents and voluntary groups are being asked to have their say on the latest planning policy document which will help to guide development in Kensington and Chelsea until 2028.
The health needs of local young people aged 18-25 is the focus of the the Young Adults Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA), published on the 9 February 2017.
Kensington & Chelsea Social Council is pleased to back One Day Without Us - A National Day of Action on Monday 20 Februay, in recognition of the contribution made to UK society by immigrants.
The Older People’s Self-Care Pilot Project commissioned by West London Clinical Commissioning Group (WLCCG) and managed by the Social Council has been extended for another year.