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The Grenfell Network Group

The Grenfell Network Group, is a collaboration of residents, councillors and voluntary agencies that emerged from a meeting organised by Kensington and Chelsea Social Council in the weeks following the fire at Grenfell Tower.

It meets to share ideas and issues related to North Kensington's recovery, invites speakers and facilitates the development of local capacity to feed into democratic processes.

In the last year, we facilitated a number of meetings with stakeholders on local governance, hosting meetings with The Centre for Public Scrutiny and RBKC to explore what changes were needed in the borough, what role the voluntary and community sector had in these processes and how we collectively could assist in achieving the changes in local democracy and voice required by our community.

To this end we have submitted two papers on governance, one under KCSC's banner and one in the Grenfell Network Group name.

Read here the North Kensington Community E-Bulletin.

 

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Community Engagement News

Thu 12/09/2019

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.

Wed 11/09/2019

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!

Wed 28/08/2019

KCSC is expanding its 'Reaching Potential' capacity building programme with support from RBKC.

Fri 16/08/2019

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.

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