You are invited to the screening of THE FIELD on Monday 2 June at Chelsea Theatre, 7 World’s End Place, SW10 0DR. Drinks will be available from 6.30pm, the screening will take place at 7pm and there will be a Q&A session at 7.10pm. Click the flyer below for more information.
Below is a narrative from the Metropolitan Police Service on the use of Stop and Search. Please contact the Metropolitan Police if you have any questions about the content of this document.
Metropolitan Police Service use of Stop and Search
The Dalgarno Trust Community Centre are hosting a quiz next Thursday 24 April at 7pm.
£1 entry free with free refreshments and prizes to be won.
Click the poster to the right to find out more information
Nesta have produced a report for hyperlocal websites and publishers containing practical and useful tips to making their service a success. The editors of North London hyperlocal Kentishtowner share what they have learned from running a blog-turned-award-winning daily publication across three platforms.
New hyperlocal services are emerging every year, providing a wide variety of news, information, opinion and campaigning and there are already many community websites and online newsletters already in existance in the Royal Borough, with flourishing online communities. This guide may be of interest to you if you are looking for ways to expand readership or improve revenue to sustain what you do.
Click here to read the Survivors’ Guide.
CATs Committee invite you to a seed planting event as part of Britain in Bloom, from 2pm-4pm on 19 April in the Sunken Garden on the William Sutton Estate. Check out the flyer below for more information, or get in touch with them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Leader has updated his blog with an interesting article about the Big Society in the Royal Borough, with a focus on City Living Local Life.
Here’s a snippet……
The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea (RBKC) Safer Neighbourhood Board (SNB) is now recruiting six Community Representatives to join the board. It will be the primary borough-level mechanism for local engagement on policing and community safety. Introduced by the Mayor of London’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC), the Board has a number of functions which include establishing local policing and crime priorities as well as monitoring police performance and confidence.
For more information on SNBs please download MOPAC’s Safer Neighbourhood Boards Guidance. You can also download RBKC’s Safer Neighbourhood Board Terms of Reference for more details on RBKC’s newly established SNB.
If you would like to join the Board or nominate a colleague, please complete the nomination form below and return to Mohammed Miah, Kensington & Chelsea Social Council, 111-117 Lancaster Road, London, W11 1QT or email to email@example.com by Thursday 17 April 2014.
SNB Community Representative Nomination Form
SNB Terms of Reference
MOPAC Safer Neighbourhood Guidance