Free Health event for RBKC residents and staff thanks to the Health Equalities Programme and Portobello Business Centre

When: 4th August 2022 10am-4pm

Where: Essex Unitarian Church 112 Palace Gardens Terrace W8 4RT

Speakers: talk about: covid, covid vaccine, mental health during covid, service users, CCG, Public Health & other organisations

Stalls: CCG, Public Health, Change4Life, One You, Sexual Health (SASH), Substance misuse, African Women’s Care, Mental Health worker, CatherineMHT and more

Expert Panel: CCG, Public Health, service users, mental health worker, Change4Life and more

Hot Food

Sleep workshop              

Mindfulness workshop

Exercise session


Booking is essential. For a place, please contact Catherine on or 07809602140

For a downloadable flyer click here: MHT PBC Event Poster

Fully funded courses for those living in North Kensington with thanks to the Grenfell Projects Fund 2

Deaf Awareness: 1st August 2022 10am- 4pm
2-day Mental Health First Aid: 8th & 15th August 2022 10am-4:30pm
Suicide First Aid: 23rd Aug 9:30am-4:30pm

Face to Face Training in a North Kensington Venue
Contact Catherine to book on: or 07809602140

For a downloadable flyer click here: MHT Flyer for Courses in 2022

A one day course aimed at any professional or volunteer tasked with delivering group work regularly. Wednesday, 15th June 2022 10.30am to 4.30pm.


Booking Form


Restore to Soar is a new and exciting project  launching on 6th June 2022, at the Harrow Club W10 6TH.
Restore to Soar is a personal development programme of practical, inspirational, and experiential learning to inspire and empower women to recover from the impact of relationship breakdown.
Participants are supported to better understand themselves and their unique personalities and to develop self-esteem and confidence lost through disagreeable relationship breakdown.
It is a safe space for women to explore the questions and challenges they face and to rediscover their values, security, self-worth, and confidence to find restoration and to go on to live purpose-filled lives and build meaningful healthy relationships.

 Click here for a downloadable flyer
Women can book via Eventbrite to reserve a free space

May-July 2022 events:



Supporting 11-14-year-old girls to develop healthy relationships, skills and resources to maintain positive mental health.

Providing a safe space for young girls to boost their self-confidence, self-empowerment and discuss mental health.

• Engage in talking circles to express your thoughts and feelings.
• Work together in a group on a new social action project.
• Join a range of art and sports activities such as yoga, football, tie-dye, digital graphics
and much more.
• Get the chance to attend a 2 day residential and become a ‘Wellbeing Ambassador’ for
our organisation!

Good for Girls is helping youth clubs become mental health hubs to extend mental
health support for young women outside of school. Apply | Learn more

Workshops are held online via Zoom 10.00 to 12.30.  Each workshop costs £95.00.

Our website contains booking links allowing you to pay by debit card, credit card or paypal, details of the topics covered on each workshop, feedback comments from past participants and details of our subscription grants database. Google nfp workshops to visit our website.

May Workshops

Mon 09 May 2022 – Bid Writing

Tue 10 May 2022 – Recruiting and Managing Volunteers

Wed 11 May 2022 – Introduction to Fundraising

Thu 12 May 2022 – Charity Finance

Mon 23 May 2022 – Bid Writing

Tue 24 May 2022 – Trust Fundraising

Wed 25 May 2022 – Legacy Fundraising

Thu 26 May 2022 – Fundraising Regulations and GDPR

In our upcoming free webinar, Can You Be 100% Health and Safety Compliant All the Time? on 21 April at 2.00pm, our experts debate whether this is a possible, or even desirable, goal for organisations to have. After all, health and safety law doesn’t demand that all risks be eliminated; it requires employers to find “reasonably practicable” solutions to reduce them.

During this session, we’ll draw on our extensive knowledge of working closely with organisations of all sizes and sectors to explore whether a ‘box-ticking’ approach is enough to sufficiently mitigate risk, plus how to ensure any measures introduced in your workplace aren’t overly restrictive to the point that they inevitably hamper productivity and ultimately your bottom line.

To find out how to compliantly strike the right balance, join WorkNest’s Director of Health & Safety Services, Nick Wilson, alongside Principal Health & Safety Consultant, Scott Crichton, as they discuss how organisations can take a sensible, proportionate approach to workforce health and safety management and debate pertinent questions such as:

• Is it possible, or even desirable, to be 100% compliant 100% of the time?
• Is it better to strive to be compliant or safe?
• How do organisations identify “reasonably practicable” safety measures? And what falls outside of this scope?
• What are the top five most common mistakes employers make with regard to risk assessments, and how can you get these right?

Register now

If you have a particular question(s) relating to any of the points above, we welcome you to submit them in advance via the registration form. Our experts will endeavour to answer as many as possible during the session.

Locality would like to invite you to a series of impact workshops and mini clinics over the next two months.

Each will feature different perspectives on measuring the social impact of your work with an interactive workshop on story of change, practitioner input and space for discussion with your peers.

Each workshop will broadly focus on a different London recovery mission. We want to shine a spotlight on how London’s community organisations contribute to these missions.

If your organisation works within one of the missions and you are taking the first steps in learning how to better measure your social impact (or just if you are generally interested) then this is for you.

There’s also the chance to book on our bespoke mini clinics where our experts will work through a basic theory of change with you – see below for details of how to join those.

You can sign-up to our Spotlight mailing list here.

Mental Health & Wellbeing / Healthy Place, Healthy weight

Thursday 21 April 2pm – 3.30pm

Book now

New Deal for Young People

Thursday 5 May 2pm – 3.30pm

Book now

Good work for all Londoners

Wednesday 25 May 2pm – 3:30pm

Book now

The events are free of charge – funded by City Bridge Trust, part of the London Spotlight Programme.  Note that the events are interactive workshops rather than webinars (so please be willing to have your camera on and contribute your valued ideas!)  

Previous attendees asked if they could have a one-to-one or small-group mini clinic to further develop their story of change. We have a limited number of places on these mini clinics available. Please contact us if you are interested.

“The support that project like us received from Locality is amazing and very helpful.  The workshop is very empowering for us to thrive in our service.” 

Previous participant – Youth provision, Hackney

“Thanks for the session today on developing a social impact framework – really useful especially with regards to the smaller, community projects we deliver and reporting back to funders.” 

Previous participant – Schools partnership, West London

LMP Education has access to a new date for the fabulous course offering that commences on Monday 28th March 2022. The Course is a Remote 5-day Level 2 Understanding Children’s and Young Peoples Mental Health. Once the learner has completed the course, LMP Education will apply for a FREE ENHANCED DBS and arrange a GUARANTEED JOB INTERVIEW with vacancies Pan London. Details of the course are below:


This course is split into five manageable units:

Unit 1: Understand Children and Young People’s Mental Health in Context

Unit 2: Understand Factors which may affect Children and Young People’s Mental Health

Unit 3: Understand Children and Young People’s Mental Health Concerns

Unit 4: Understand the Impact of Children and Young People’s Mental Health Concerns

Unit 5: Understand how to Support Children and Young People with Mental Health Concerns


  • Gain a nationally recognised qualification
  • Establish a long-standing career pathway within the health and social care sector
  • This course is delivered via distance learning/Learn from Home
  • Study will enhance both your personal skills and professional development
  • Personal tutors are assigned to you to ensure you have the support needed to succeed
  • FREE DBS will be arranged for all learners who complete this course