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{ Guest blog } : Literary Walk offers glimpse into rich cultural history of Notting Hill

Written by Stan Moorcroft, City Living Local Life

Notting Hill and Portobello Road have been feeding writers, both creatively and figuratively, since the Edwardian era. From G. 527 more words

citylivinglocallife reblogged this and commented:

Another great article, by one of our Community Reporters! Keep it up, Stan!

RideLondon Road Closures in Kensington and Chelsea, Sunday 2 August

On Sunday 2 August 27,500 amateur cyclists will leave the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to take to the streets of the Capital for the Prudential RideLondon… 374 more words


Team Kensington and Chelsea opportunity: Room Guides at 18 Stafford Terrace

18 Stafford Terrace was the home of Punch cartoonist Edward Linley Sambourne, his wife Marion, their two children and their live-in servants. A late Victorian family home, it is preserved almost entirely intact, giving a memorable insight into the lives of the Sambournes and the world in which they lived. 472 more words


Volunteer Opportunity: Pembridge Palliative Care

Volunteers wanted! Pembridge Palliative Care Unit provides support for people with terminal illnesses who require specialist care and are looking for local volunteers who want to get involved and help them make a difference to people. 599 more words


Haringey Residents' Federation Annual Report 2014-5

From  Haringey Federation of Residents Associations    www.haringeyresidents.org
Contact HFRA <info@haringeyresidents.org>

Haringey’s Residents Federation held a successful Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 16 June. The meeting adopted an Annual Report from 2014-5 – enclosed below for your information. 1,171 more words


Invitation: The Royal Borough's Civic Service

All residents of Kensington and Chelsea are cordially invited to the Civic Service on Sunday 28 June 2015 at 11.15am at St. Mary Abbots Church… 182 more words


Feature: Solidarity Sports, nurturing wellbeing and confidence through Sport

By James Yabut, Kensington and Chelsea Community Reporter

“We don’t advertise for volunteers: it’s all done by word of mouth. We couldn’t function without them.” Sean Mendez, director of children’s charity Solidarity Sports, explaining why the goodwill of volunteers is so important, and why such a small team can have such a big impact. 436 more words