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Category Archives: How to get things done locally
Team Cally writes: ‘We were set up to improve the way that decisions are taken in Caledonian Ward, Islington (the area just northeast of KX station). We would like to invite you to the next Ward Partnership meeting so that we … Continue reading
Exciting things have been happening in Caledonian Ward over the past six months. In July, the Cally Festival saw over 6,000 people come to the Caledonian Road, to experience some fantastic entertainment and more importantly to see what the shops … Continue reading
Kings Cross Social Media Surgery – free, friendly help with your website, twitter, Facebook, email list etc
There's free help for you on Wednesday evening with any questions you might have about social media. There's a 'social media surgery' up at the Art Club TileYard Studios (map). These are small friendly volunteer run events with a focus … Continue reading
As part of their Mapping our Patch project, local group King's Cross Community Projects have started developing a Google map showing related community activity. If you'd like to add something to the map, contact KCCP with details. Click on the … Continue reading
Fledgling local charitable trust King's Cross Community Projects took another step in its development recently as Sam Afhim was elected Chair and John Ashwell elected Treasurer. Sam brings a huge wealth of fundraising experience whilst John, being an ex-accountant, gives … Continue reading
Here's a couple of council events being held locally, which were sent to me and may be of interest to others: one on 'Feed-in Tariffs' for solar power generation and the other on community safety — a multi-agency Q&A session. … Continue reading
To find out about The Localism Bill: Opportunities, Concerns & How Proposals Might Work in Practice you can attend a seminar that Camden Community Empowerment Network is holding on the afternoon of Friday 25 March at Voluntary Action Camden (293-299 … Continue reading