My name’s Graham from FILM LONDON and I would be delighted if you would be able to share an exciting Netflix trainee opportunity with your community. No Film/TV experience required.

We have recently partnered with ScreenSkills who are opening doors for individuals who don’t have experience or connections in Film and TV, with a trainee scheme called ‘First Break’. Selected trainees will be given the opportunity to work on a Netflix production being shot in London.

  • Applicants must be 18+ and not currently in full-time education
  • This opportunity is being offered to residents of Hammersmith, Fulham, Acton and Ealing.

Those individuals who would like to find out more are encouraged to attend the Open Doors webinar taking place on the 7th of September, 4pm-6pm. Register for free here.

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Location : London

Status : 3-year Fixed Term Contract

Salary : £140 per day

Closing date : 15/09/2023

Interview date : 04/10/2023

Patient or Carer Representative x1 – Arts Psychiatry Special Interest Group (

The Department of Health and Social Care has made £10 million in funding available to support suicide prevention activities delivered in England by voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations in 2023 to 2025. The Suicide Prevention Grant Fund will award grants of up to £750,000 to help organisations to configure their services and interventions to better meet the increased demand seen in recent years. The fund will prioritise activity targeted at high-risk groups such as children and young people, middle-aged men, people with a pre-existing mental illness, pregnant women and new mothers, people in contact with the justice system, and autistic people. The deadline for applications is 11:55pm on the 1st October 2023. £10 Million Fund to Support Suicide Prevention Services (England)

3D Voice aims to empower the voice of  the VCS in Hammersmith & Fulham and as the the 3D Voice officer for Sobus, I’ve been visiting community centers in LBHF to find out how best to support them. I’ve also recently met with start-up organisations which is great, because I can be part of the process in supporting these organisations from the start. However, 3D Voice will continue to source any H&F organisations which feel unheard, or under-represented, aiming to empower the voice of the VCS in Hammersmith & Fulham, so make your voices heard and influence local services! – Email:


Healthy Ageing project (over 65s) paid focus group workshops opportunity 

The Helix Centre, a research group out of Imperial College London is looking for participants for its project examining the potential of using sensor technology in the home to support older adults to live as well as they can for as long as they can.

A day for all the family in W6! Includes free health checks, cookery demonstration, bouncy castle and more…

17th September, 1pm-5pm

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The X-Pert Diabetes course will increase your knowledge, skills and understanding of diabetes and help you make healthy lifestyle choices.

Starting 24th September, 6pm.

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Latin & Ballroom inspired 45 minute free dance class!

26th September, 1.30pm
Grove Neighbourhood Centre

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Grants of up to £5,000 are available to registered charities to fund equipment and services to support disabled and disadvantaged children under the age of 13 across the UK. The Toy Trust fund helps disadvantaged children and their families to alleviate suffering; support children through awful experiences; encourage achievement through adversity; purchase vital equipment; provide care; bolster existing initiatives; initiate brand new projects; and satisfy basic needs. Groups that have carried out some form of effective fundraising by themselves are particularly encouraged to apply. The next deadline to apply is mid-November 2023 for the December meeting of Trustees. Funding to Support Disabled & Disadvantaged Children (UK)

Please see the flyer for the second Building Trust listening session I am facilitating in conjunction with AFND ( ) on Friday September 8th 2023.

Here’s an overview of what the Building Trust Project is about:

Beginning with black residents, local people will tell their stories face-to-face to those in the NHS and council who plan and provide our local health and care services – people in positions of authority who have the power to change things for the better.

The aim is for these sessions, which are being led by the borough’s voluntary and community sector, to create a shared understanding of how difficult issues like structural racism and poverty affect residents’ experiences of health and care services and the outcomes they get.

Re as young people with disabilities/SEN are supported up to age 25, we will accept young people up to 25 years old for this listening event. Ideally we want as many young people who live and/or access NHS services within Hammersmith & Fulham. However we can accept some young people from neighbouring boroughs. Please do not hesitate to get back to me or Harold (AFND) aka H 07552140965 if you have any questions.

Whilst it’s not on the flyer there will be Westfield vouchers for every young person who attends.