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Put out the flags for Wornington College!



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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Toxicity Workshops


KCSC encourages the community and their Voluntary Sector partners to attend one of the two workshops surrounding the issue of soil toxicity in the next week. The report and the impact on the community has galvanised many in the community to take action. Here is footage of a recent action taken in the borough. The details of the workshops are below;

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The Stec Report


The Stec Report was covered extensively in the press on Thursday 28th of March. The community and the institutions that support the community can read the transcript here. The format is unusual but intended to make questioning by the press easier. 

The NHS has provided advice to the public in response to the report - this can be found here

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North Kensington: Confirmation of Independent Specialist Contractor


This is taken from a letter circulated last Friday (22nd March) by the Environmental Checks  Grenfell Victims Unit., co-signed by Right Honourable James Brokenshire M.P, and the Right Honourable Nick Hurd M.P.

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Distributed Governance proposal for North Kensington Recovery Group

The Grenfell Network Group, a collaboration of residents, councillors and voluntary agencies wrote up a proposal for RBKC - Governance Review. The proposal is to provide a solid foundation for a community-led recovery within the five wards of North Kensington, and a model for increased public participation in decision-making across Kensington & Chelsea.



Listening Forum 10th January, at 7pm St Helen's Church Hall


Listening Forum is on Thursday 10 January, in St Helen's Church Hall, St Quintin Avenue at 7:00pm.

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Change for Children - Film

A film of the Change for Children project - a study of local families living in Kensington and Chelsea.

Download the report - Change for Children - a study of local families in Kensington and Chelsea (PDF 1.8mb)

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