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Advicelocal - local guide to help with benefits, work, money, housing problems and more

May
22

People looking for help with benefits, work, money or housing problems will find advicelocal.uk a useful, free source of help and information.It’s easy to use.

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Free promotion of summer events available

May
10

Westway Trust will soon be launching a collective summer events campaign which will be offering free event listings and promotion on both www.portobellosummer.com and www.northkensummer.com They will be promoting these platforms far and wide, with NothKenSummer being promoted locally and PortoebelloSummer being promoted across London.
 

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RBKC Social Cycling

Apr
23

RBKC are delighted to unveil their newest Social Cycling Programme for the beginning of the Summer term 2018! You will see that the cycling levels are in different colours, ranging from complete beginners to longer rides. There are bikes available for people who don’t have bikes at the Westway Sports Centre and at Chelsea Theatre.

The cycling programme is available to any adult who lives, works or studies in RBKC. Please find the programme for attached here

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'Try Before You Buy' Bike Scheme

Apr
18

If you live or work in Kensington & Chelsea you can trial a brand new bike for under £20 a month! If cycling isn't for you return the bike at any point with nothing further to pay or, if you discover the joys of cycling, carry on making the monthly instalmetns until you own the bike. 

Included in the package will be:

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Application for 2018 Stronger Voices Programme now open

Apr
06

Media Trust, in partnership with the Equality and Diversity Forum, have announced the launch of Stronger Voices - a communications training programme specifically designed to strengthen the voices of equality organisations across London. This year, they are giving 15 London-based equality organisations the opportunity to take advantage of this free six-month programme of communications training.  
 

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Migrants Organise running 'My Voice, My Vote' campaign across North Kensington

Apr
05

Migrants Organise is running the My Voice, My Vote campaign for communities and organisations in North Kensington to help them engage in the upcoming local elections and register to vote. 

Migrants Organise are providing training sessions for community organisations and are helping them encourage their members register to vote. They will also be organising events and meetings with local councillor candidates to ensure community members can hear who they are voting for. 

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Smart Unwind Sessions for people with mental health needs

Mar
22
Address: 
ADKC (Silchester Road W10 6SB) and SMART (The Basement , 15 Gertrude Street, SW10 0JN

Every 2nd Tuesday of the month at ADKC (1:15pm to 5:15pm)
Every 4th Thursday of the month at SMART (1pm to 5pm)

In partnership with Community Massage London SMART is offering two free therapies to help you relax and unwind at ADKC (Silchester Road W10 6SB) and SMART (The
Basement , 15 Gertrude Street, SW10 0JN) :

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Free strategic business support opportunity for charities

Feb
23

Pilotlight, a capacity-building organisation which offers charities and social enterprises strategic business support provided by a group of senior business volunteers currently has a good oportunity open.

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Opportunity to be part of Outpatients Focus Group

Feb
22
Address: 
15 Marleybone Road

Would you like to take part in a focus group (small discussion group) on 26 March 2018, from 4 to 6pm, at 15 Marylebone Road about improving outpatient services. The focus group should last no longer than two hours.
 

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Action Disability Kensington & Chelsea Grenfell Trauma Support Group

Feb
22
Address: 
ADKC Centre, Whitstable House, Silchester Rd, London, W10 6SB

Are you a disabled person (18+) who is a survivor of or has been affected by the Grenfell fire?
If so, please join ADKC's Trauma Support Group. A weekly meeting where local disabled people come together to help each other through traumatic experiences, with the support of a qualified and experienced psychotherapist/counsellor. 

Takes place at the ADKC Centre every Tuesday 11.00am-1.00pm.

To find out more please contact Glenda Joseph on 020 8960 8888  or at Personaldevelopment@adkc.org.uk

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