The S&T outpatient transformation team are starting the process of reviewing some the outpatient service pathways to achieve the right specialise advice to patients at the right time and place. The Transformation Programme will be delivered over the next three years and seek to make considerable improvements in patient and staff experience and the quality of care offered to patients, while making the best use of available NHS resources.
To achieve these ambitious goals, the team are working together with all CCGs, provider Trusts, Primary Care and users to transform the way in which they understand, diagnose and manage care within available budgets. Core to the programme will be the development of pathways of care which encourage patients to be actively engaged in their own care from the decisions that individuals make about their lifestyle, decisions about their care and supporting individuals to self-manage conditions where this is clinically appropriate.

This programme will continue over the next three years, with the initial phase looking at five key clinical specialties below.

  • Cardiology
  • Trauma and Orthopaedics (MSK)
  • Dermatology
  • Gastroenterology
  • Gynaecology

As part of this initial phase, the team would like to invite some patient representatives who may have attended those outpatient departments (from any hospital in NWL) to participate in a number of workshops (the details are in the attached JD).


Community Programme Coordinator – DanceWest is seeking an enthusiastic and committed coordinator to support the delivery of our programmes for West London communities. Supported by the WestWay Trust this entry-level post is open to people aged 21-30 years living or working in Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster or Brent.

Salary: Freelance rate of £120 per day.
Hours of work: Based on two days per week.
Length of contract: January to April 2018/ April to July 2018.
Office base: DanceWest, Lyric Hammersmith, King Street W6 0QL.  The role will require some travel to other sites and venues throughout West London.
Responsible to: Artistic Director.
Key Relationships (External): Public, arts organisations, companies, funders, participants, technicians and collaborators.
Purpose of the post : To coordinate and support the delivery of community dance programmes in West London.

The WILDE Foundation is looking for a Volunteer. And this would be a tremendous opportunity for someone to enhance their skill set and engage is something totally inspiring.

The WILDE Foundation was established for the training and personal coaching of vulnerable women and girls in the UK, Caribbean and Africa. With a strong focus on work in London and the UK, our mission is to educate women and girls globally to embrace economic empowerment through creativity. We know from our experience and research that women who are in charge of their own finances tend not to linger in abusive relationships. The volunteer role would be in Marketing and Social Networking.

The regular tasks are:

  • To compile monthly e-Newsletter using MailChimp;
  • Regular postings on 3 twitter accounts, WILDETalk, Protect the Girl Child Campaign and WILDE Int.
  • Network;
  • Have an input/share ideas about the contents on the WILDE website;
  • Assist with planning creative &empowerment events

We would like a volunteer who has their own laptop/tablet as they will work from home, be savvy using MailChimp and Powerpoint, and attend monthly meetings when requested. We would also love someone creative who can rise to a challenge, team spirited, friendly with the ability to laugh & still work smart. Please contact:

Bid Writing: The Basics


Who are the winners and losers in grant funding. How to identify the weaknesses in your project. What questions will funders will ask themselves about your bid. Common reasons for applications being rejected. The key terms in bid writing explained with examples of each. Make your application short but effective. 

Start telling funders the things they really want to hear. How to build greater credibility in the eyes of funders. Demonstrating that the beneficiaries of your project are involved. The importance of getting your numbers and totals right. What to do with all your supporting documents. Make your proofreading foolproof.

Bid Writing: Advanced


Are you applying to the right trusts ? Are you looking for trusts in all the right places ? Are you applying to enough trusts ? Are you applying in the right ways ? Are your projects the most fundable projects ? How do you compare with your competitors for funding ?

Are you carrying out trust fundraising in a professional way ? Do you understand what trusts are looking for ? Do you know how to turn your competitors into your ambassadors ? Is the rest of your fundraising hampering your bids to trusts ?

Click Here for more Info, dates, costs and booking details

Hestia, in partnership with One Voice Community Collective is open at the Village and Recovery Café for support and a wide range of activities

Over the festive period, hotel counselling will be available and the Village and Café will be open, with hours every afternoon and evening. They have also planned a wide range of activities for all ages/abilities ranging from Drumming to Yoga, family gatherings and meals, writing workshops, meditation, Buddhist chanting, massage and much more. Poster with opening hours and the activities schedule is attached to this email.

This includes activities on Christmas and New Year’s Day.

For more information Click Here or to book activities, email or ring 0203 879 3605


Creative Winter Camp for children aged 5-12 at the Playground Theatre

Grief Encounter is running a winter camp for children ages 5 to 12 at the Playground theatre. There are 2 sessions daily (basic details are below and a flyer with the full programme is attached to this email). Activities include theatre, play and movement, song-writing and performing, and even comedy for kids!

Each day includes lunch. Click Here to see the poster. To book, or speak to someone about what’s on offer, call Helene on 07480 051 991 or email

Qwell (for adults) and Kooth (Young people) is available for 24/7 online self-help, peer to peer support and online 1-1 Counseling

Click Here for the Qwell Poster or Click Here for the Kooth Poster

The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew have teamed up with Lemos & Crane to help community groups around the country transform their local spaces into beautiful, inspiring and colourful wild flower havens.

Apply for £2,000 – £4,000 funding before January 15th 2018

Click Here to find out more

About Fulham Good Neighbours: Established in 1966 Fulham Good Neighbours support mainly older people, including those with dementia, with practical tasks at home such as basic DIY, gardening, and decorating. We do what any good neighbour would: collect medication, escort to appointments, accompany shopping and take care of pets to name just a few of our free services delivered by over 50 volunteers. We also run a dedicated befriending scheme and a range of social clubs to help beat isolation and loneliness. We also offer our hall to other local small groups supporting older people for regular or one-off meetings.

In 2016 we were declared the Best Charity in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham; in 2017 we achieved the London Healthy Workplace Award.

 About the post of Fulham Sunday Afternoon Tea Co-ordinator: This new post will provide all organisational and operational support to the Fulham Sunday Afternoon Tea. The post holder will run the club every first and third Sunday of the month and ensure the success of the club, including the welfare of older people and volunteers attending it. The post holder will ensure that the event caters to older housebound people not taking part in other activities during the week.

Click Here for the Fulham Sunday Afternoon Tea Co-ordinator Advert and Click Here for the Job Description and Person Specification

Tel. 020 7385 8850



Twitter @FulGdNeighbours

Facebook: @FulhamGoodNeighbours

A&E is not always the best place to be taken if you call 999, and thanks to an improved way of working more patients are now getting the care they need in their own home.”

 London Ambulance Service has been working closely with NHS rapid response teams across North West (NW) London, helping more patients to get the treatment they need in their own home.

This enhanced way of working has seen up to 100 additional people being cared for at home a month.”

Please Click Here to read the full press release.

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Dear Arts Partners

The HF ArtsFest is proud to back the Hammersmith & Fulham Bid for London Borough of Culture 2019/2020!

You too can register your support and share some of your thoughts and ideas as well as keep up-to-date with everything that is happening in Hammersmith & Fulham.

Here’s how to do it:

* Copy and paste the link to the website:!/backthebid
* For more information email:
* Send your ideas email:
* Share on social media using the hashtags #hfculture and #MyLocalCulture

Let’s make Hammersmith & Fulham the most creative, innovative and inclusive arts destination in London!

We wish you all a very merry Christmas and a very prosperous, happy, creative New Year! From all of us to all of you!

HF ArtsFest Team



Registered Charity No: 1162116

c/o Riverside Studios, 65 Aspenlea Rd, Hammersmith W6 8LH


The Holiday Grants programme provides grants for recreational trips and holidays for groups of children aged 13 and under in the UK who are disabled or disadvantaged.


Key Grant Details

Grant size: £500 – £2,500
Length: One-off short grants
Decision timescale: 6 weeks
Deadlines: Submission dates vary depending when trips or holidays take place

Qualifying criteria

Please only apply for this grant if you meet the following criteria:Location: UK-wide, with priority to the 20% most deprived areas
Funding covers: Short holidays and recreational trips
Organisation type: Schools, small charities and not-for-profit organisations

Click here for more information

Contact us

Please contact us if you have a question.
Call: 020 7264 4970