The next FORWARD coffee morning will be on Wednesday 19/06/2019 from 10:30-1 pm at White City Community Centre, India Way, W12 7QT. With Suk Bahra from The Write Time project to talk about practical skills for employment.
Culture& is pleased to invite you to a celebration of African Caribbean cultural heritage through sensory reminiscence with archival records, music and food in collaboration with the London Metropolitan Archives and the Friends of the Huntley Archives at LMA. When: Sat 22nd June, 11am - 3pm.
RBKC's social cycling programme is in full swing. There will be sessions until Saturday 20 July (inclusive). We have also organised some fun walking and cycling initiatives for the summer: Bike tour of the public art installations as part of Kensington and Chelsea Arts Weekend – Sun 30 June at 2pm; Series of summer walks with the design museum; Don Quixote – theatre performance on bikes.
A FREE Physical and Emotional Wellbeing Event brought to you by Healthworks! This interesting and informative day will include useful health talks on physical activity, vitamin D, mindfulness and keeping hydrated during summer. We will also have fun activities such as massages, henna tattoos and complementary therapies...
Please see our list of events for people with dementia in Westminster in June, and also some other news in the form of a mini-newsletter from Westminster Dementia Advisor.
Over 18 years old? Interested in learning about organ donation and why organ supply is low in our communities? We are interested in the views of people from black,Asian or minority ethnic backgrounds. JOIN US For a friendly discussion group on Monday 1st July at Newcastle University London.
The Advocacy Project Choir summer term will start on Thursday 6th of June, rehearsing at the Venture Centre, Ladbroke Grove 5.30 - 7.30pm. The choir has no auditions and is FREE to attend. Our aim is to bring people together and offer people the benefits of a communal space to sing.
The Dalgarno Trust is a dynamic charity actively working in partnership with the local community as well as the statutory bodies, private sector and voluntary organisations to improve lives in North Kensington. We would like to recruit Trustees who can help us continue our work.
Navigator (Sexual Violence Service). Female Applicants Only - £25,500-£28,000 per annum, 35 hours per week (full-time).Navigators are responsible for providing an empowerment-focused, first contact response to survivors that helps them to make informed decisions about their care and access the services they need.
Paddington Development Trust is looking for outstanding volunteers who are passionate about supporting people at risk of Type 2 Diabetes to join their team of Diabetes Champions. This is a very interesting role that will give volunteers a chance to make a real difference to lives of people in their community.