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Tag Archives: Local groups
New Horizon Youth Centre, on the Somers Town side of KX, does the most fantastic work with local youth. Chaired by Jon Snow of Channel4 News fame, the local centre was originally founded by Lord Longford 42 years ago. So, … Continue reading
It’s long been an aim of King’s Cross Community Projects to find a way of mapping all the housing estates within half mile of the perimeter of KX Station. It’s not a simple task as many housing estates and blocks … Continue reading
A tried and trusted yet very exciting method of facilitating organisational and community events will be used at the local event, “KXCommunity, it’s all about you” on 27 April. Open Space technology has been used all over the world for … Continue reading
King’s Cross Community Projects has just posted news of the fantastic planting design for the sculptural hanging garden they’ll be installing on the north end of the KX gyratory later this year. Click here for details.
KXCommunity: It’s all about you is a day of exploration and planning for all community groups within a half mile radius of the perimeter of KX Station. 11am to 3.30pm, 27 April at the Only Connect Theatre. Cllr Paul Convery and Cllr Sarah Hayward will be … Continue reading
We’ve had such problems with what to call it… it started out as a greenwall, then a vertical garden, then a vertical landscape, then a living sculpture. Now… it’s a mini sculpture garden! The latest update has just been posted … Continue reading
Bikes Alive, the recently-formed network of cyclists who are taking non-violent direct action, returns to the lethal road junction outside Kings Cross station at 6.30pm on Monday evening, 20 February … as Transport for London (TfL) starts work to change … Continue reading
Local charitable trust, Kings Cross Community Projects, ran two consultation events earlier this week seeking feedback on the proposed design for their living sculpture (aka vertical garden) to be installed on Wharfdale Road this summer. They’d like to thank everyone … Continue reading