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Social Cycling Programme for spring

Apr
17

Please find the spring programme for Social Cycling sessions here.

For further information please contact Marina Kroyer - marina.kroyer@rbkc.gov.uk.

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Entries now open for the Children & Young People Now Awards

Apr
15

Children & Young People Now wants to hear about great work that is transforming the lives of children, young people and families across the UK. There are 23 categories open to organisations, teams and individuals for this year’s Awards. 

The Awards are free to enter. They present a great chance for your achievements to be recognised and celebrated nationally! For further information and details of how to enter please click here

Deadline for entries is 28 June 2019. 

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Healthwatch surveys on NHS Long Term plan

Apr
12

Heatlhwatch is currently running two surveys to help inform their response to the NHS Long Term Plan: 

NHS Long Term Plan Survey (general)

https://www.healthwatch.co.uk/what-would-you-do-general

 

NHS Long Term Plan Survey (specialist support)

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Grief Encounters Easter events

Apr
01
Address: 
Dalgarno and KOTG

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Open call - Community Arts Exhibition Space

Mar
15

Are you an artist based in Kensington and Chelsea, just starting out in your career, or an arts teacher with a schools’ arts project that should have a wider audience?

The reception of Kensington Town Hall is hosting three exhibitions a year for budding local artists to exhibit their work to the public. Submissions are reviewed by an independent panel, with the next exhibition taking place in May.

For submission criteria and guidance visit:
www.rbkc.gov.uk/KTHArts

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Mental Health Magazine Survey - Speakeasy

Mar
04

The survey is for people who live or work in London, who have lived experience of mental health issues. It is also for carers of people with lived experience of mental health issues.

Speakeasy was a magazine which ran from 2010 to 2018, in mental health hospitals in Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster. Written by service users and for service users, it provided a creative means for people in hospital to get their voices heard - by contributing poetry, artwork, stories and points of view. It closed in 2018 as funding ended. 

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Al-Manaar Counselling Service (ACS)

Feb
27

Al-Manaar Counselling Service (ACS) offers a safe, confidential and a non-judgemental environment to help you feel better. An ACS counsellor will work along with you to explore and understand those feelings and thoughts. To help you find a way to deal with your emotions, clarify your issues and increase self-awareness. They offer counselling in Arabic, English and French. 

Days & times:

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West Central London MS Society support group

Feb
15

The West Central London MS Society support group was set up in Autumn 2018 to provide support, advice & friendship to people living with MS (& their carers) in Westminster, Kensington/Chelsea or Hammersmith/Fulham.

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Positive Women events

Nov
26

After much success in the past couple of year, Hear Women is renewing their Positive Women programme.

Vittoria De Meo will be facilitating Positive Women sessions in partnership with Hear Women.  The programme is evidence-based and helps tackle isolation and loneliness.  It also helps women to express themselves and seek help if needed. 

The programme will run:

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