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CLLL: Greening Christ Church Kensington and tackling anti-social behaviour at Counters Court

Earlier this year, the Queen’s Gate Councillors helped support Reverend Mark O’Donoghue and the Christ Church Kensington Team to restore their garden to its former glory after vital renovation works to the Church. 183 more words


Open Squares in London, no.1

I visited several squares on Sunday 14 June – all amazing! Kensington Square is one of the earliest garden squares in London, with layout beginning in 1692. 66 more words


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


Ask Nick: A Conversation and Question Time with the Leader of the Council, 9 July 2015

There are seven days of the week, seven colours of the rainbow, seven continents, seven wonders of the world and now seven Ask Nick’s with the return of your chance to quiz Council Leader, Cllr Nick Paget-Brown. 78 more words




My sister and I managed to fit in a breakfast date last weekend at Tart London’s pop up in Queens Gate. Tart specialise in on-site cooking for fashion and film shoots and we were pretty pleased to snag a table before they close this weekend.  41 more words


Tube works: High Street Kensington Station

From 31 May, works will be taking place at High Street Kensington Underground station as part of the TfL modernisation programme. The works are due to last a month in the the ticket hall with the ticket windows not reopening when the work is complete. 67 more words