Dear Young People, Parents, Guardians and Carers 

NHS North West London is hosting on-line discussions for young people, parents, guardians, carers, teachers and school nurses to provide information, and answer any questions you might have about the vaccine and immunisation program, including questions related to clinically extremely vulnerable children. The panel will include consultant paediatricians Dr Liz Whittaker and Dr Hermione Lyall, a GP, as well as a parent.   

Please register for the date/time you prefer using the link below.  Both events are the same.  

Thursday 20th January from 11 to 12pm – 

Wednesday 26th January from 7pm to 8pm  – 

If the Eventbrite registration opens in Internet Explorer you will have cut and paste into another server 

Following your registration, you should immediately receive confirmation. You will receive the TeamsLive link for the webinar 24 hours before the webinar starts 

Meanwhile, information about the vaccination program for 12 to 15 year olds can be found here. or email Ray:


Due to government guidelines for Covid19, this month’s Community Connect event (every last Tuesday of the month) will be held online rather than in person.

To join via zoom use the link below:

Or you can scan the QR code below to join:

A January update from London Sport, including news, funding, health & wellbeing, jobs and more. Click here

Child sexual abuse is a reality for thousands of children across our country, with at least one in ten estimated to experience sexual abuse before they turn 16. But we can all play a part in protecting children and getting them the right help. That’s why it’s important to know how to spot the potential signs of child sexual abuse and where to go for support. This website brings together advice and resources to help you keep the children in your life safe.


The Charity Commission has outlined its priorities for the coming year, which will include developing a trustee portal, starting the process of registering churches and cathedrals,  making better use of their data and improving the Register of Charities, and a number of internal changes and improvements. Click here to find out more.

The work of community organising has contributed to local residents, organisations and businesses to work together to create social change locally.

This update shows residents and organisations highlighting local needs through determining major issues and emerging themes that have led to residents identifying needs to tackle. For many residents working through systems and processes have led to change through development that have come through understanding local needs. This has contributed towards the drive to grapple with systems and structures to create long lasting change. Read on

Barons Court Project pop up shop at: The Crossing, 18 Lillie Road, SW6 1TS, will be selling cards and artwork from HomeLess Made along with other items from Monday 6th December to 23rd December 2021. Sales support the artists, who are homeless or living with mental health conditions, and Barons Court Project, so we can help more people off the streets.




Are you currently weighing up the pros and cons of a remote vs hybrid work setting? We’ve been through it, find out how we made our decision with Ben Wittenberg’s helpful tips. Read the article here.

It’s not too early to buy a present for your loved one for Christmas.

The Grove Neighbourhood Centre is having a Seasonal Sale this Saturday 27th November between 11am and 3 pm.

Please do come along and support the Centre by buying something.

We will be having clothes (including Designer Rail), shoes and accessories, jewellery, gifts, and bric a brac.