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The Neighbourhood Forum for Kings Cross – Important Update & Last Meeting?

With Spring in their Planning Steps, the Steering Team of the Neighbourhood Forum for King’s Cross is looking to a practical solution to get neighbourhood pangs and ambitions off the ground. A small group of local folk have been researching … Continue reading

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The Neighbourhood Forum for KX to meet

Camden & Islington councils have now given feedback on the application made by the Neighbourhood Forum for KX’s steering group to become a Neighbourhood Forum for the area they have defined. The group is now keen to develop a plan to … Continue reading

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Launch party for the Neighbourhood Forum

The Neighbourhood Forum for King’s Cross invites the local community to its launch event on Saturday 10 November at the muesli factory, Alara, in Camley Street. It runs from 2-6pm and there will be entertainment and refreshments. It was always … Continue reading

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A word from Locality

Many thanks to Locality for sending us this article: Locality is the leading nationwide network of settlements, development trusts, social action centres and community enterprises. We believe that every community is a place of possibility.   We are a national … Continue reading

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What’s in a name? The Neighbourhood Forum for KX

I’ve watched from afar the birth pains of a neighbourhood forum for King’s Cross. Those first, seemingly small, steps for any organisation are always difficult and often painful, and this is no different. Neighbourhood forums are an initiative of the … Continue reading

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