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Don't Forget to Vote! UK General Election 2015 Tomorrow (May 7)

Tomorrow (Thursday May 7) is the UK General Election.  All registered voters in Kensington and Chelsea will be able to vote for an MP to represent them in the House of Commons.   99 more words


Community Organisations: HR Workshop with Business & Community Together

HR – Are you confident about current best practice?

HR issues are common to all sectors, our workshop will provide an overview of key legislation with an up-to-date picture of employment law and best practice. 65 more words


Job Opportunity: Domestic Violence: Children & Health Coordinator (Maternity Cover)

A dynamic Project Coordinator with a proven track record in project development and management within a partnership context is on offer at Standing Together.

“Standing Together coordinates the ground breaking multi agency response to domestic violence. 161 more words


City Living, Local Life in 2014/15

With another City Living, Local Life year drawing to a close in March, what better time to look back at some of the 112 projects councillors across Kensington and Chelsea have supported in collaboration with community groups, borough organisations and local residents. 252 more words


City Living, Local Life: St. Francis Church Grace Gardens opens

Right in the North-Western corner of Kensington and Chelsea sits St. Francis Church – built in the 1930s for the people of the Dalgarno Estates on Dalgarno Way – who with a lot of help from local residents and a little support from City Living, Local Life have opened their Grace Garden. 369 more words


Safer Neighbourhood Board Fund open

The Royal Borough’s Safer Neighbourhood Board are currently taking ideas for projects that prevent crime, reduce crime or provide engagement opportunities, particularly for those communities that don’t historically engage with the police. 192 more words


You Didn't See Alice: Alice In Wonderland Freshly Illustrated at Kensington Central Library

Curioser and curioser… the familiar story in unfamiliar pictures by three dozen pre-war illustrators…

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland… 51 more words