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Safer Neighbourhood Board AGM: Saturday March 21

Residents are invited to attend the Safer Neighbourhood Board AGM on Saturday March 21.

Introduced by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC), the Safer Neighbourhood Board was set up in 2014 by RBKC and the police to give local people and victims a greater voice in establishing local policing and crime priorities, as well as monitoring police performance and confidence. 227 more words


Your vote matters - make sure you're in.

The next UK Parliamentary general election takes place on Thursday 7 May 2015 and If you want to have your say on how the country is run, you must be registered to vote. 71 more words


City Living Local Life: St Helen's ward survey is coming to you

Stop, oh yes, wait a minute Mr Postman. Wait Mr Postman…. Please Mister Postman, look and see, if there’s a letter in your bag for me… 124 more words

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Cultivating Kensington & Chelsea: Join in the growing revolution!

Cultivating Kensington & Chelsea is a brand new project based in the borough led by Groundwork London in partnership with kitchen garden plot holders, community groups, local businesses and the Council to develop and establish a food based social enterprise. 136 more words


Ask Nick: A conversation with the Leader of the Council

At 6.30PM on March 5, in the Second Church of Christ, Scientist near Notting Hill Gate, Nick Paget-Brown will for the sixth time take the microphone in hand and partake in what has become a mainstay of Kensington and Chelsea democracy. 269 more words


Get on yer' bike for the Right Royal Ride

Cyclists of the borough! Bikeminded in partnership with The Kensington and Chelsea Foundation have organised a charity ride on Saturday 25 April 2015.

Join them for what will certainly be the most fabulous cycle ride of 2015 (yes, you heard that Tour de France), and help raise funds for local mental health and wellbeing charities. 260 more words


Grant opportunity: Capital Clean-up 2015

Capital Clean-up is the Mayor’s partnership campaign to help Londoners get together to spruce up their city. It’s part of his wider Team London volunteering programme and is supported by McDonald’s. 183 more words