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Category Archives: Young People
It’s the Cally Festival this weekend – from Sunday at 1200 until 1800 the middle bit of the Cally South of the Ferodo/Cally Bridge will be full of performers, stalls and thousands of people. The weather, whisper it, is forecast … Continue reading
1pm to 6pm 2 November 2013 the fantastic floating cinema which last visited this summer returns, this time for Camden’s New Wave Festival. The Floating Cinema and artists Tracy & Hobbs will be at Granary Square Steps for a day … Continue reading
Get in quick! The Woodland Trust is offering community groups, youth groups and schools the chance to apply for packs of free trees for delivery in March 2014 but apply quickly as they’ll soon be snapped up. Whether you are … Continue reading
A two day family friendly festival takes place this weekend at Granary Square. It will include a range of free events and activities. There will be loads to see and do including; · Chimney sweep lessons for children · Penny … Continue reading
After decades of campaigning and tactical political warfare there is finally going to be a new secondary school addressing the needs of people living in the wider areas of Kings Cross, St Pancras, Bloomsbury, and also adjoining parts of Islington such as the areas around Lloyd Baker Square / Amwell Street are sure to benefit.
The school is supposed to emerge in 2016 on a Camden Council owned site at Wren Street, where business leases are running out next year.
The Calthorpe Project, a community garden and centre on Gray’s Inn Road, has the opportunity to develop a new building on our existing site to increase the quality and range of services we provide. To help us do this we … Continue reading