Help and "How To's"

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How to organise a street party in the Royal Borough

Everything from bunting to licenses. For even more information, visit the special events web page.

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How to start a tenant or resident association

Tips on getting organised to make a difference on your street

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How to address conflict in a residents association or garden committee

Impartial advice and support resources

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How to Involve young people in ward activities

Information about involving young people in City Living, Local Life

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Local community-run websites

This short guide to digital engagement in Kensington and Chelsea provides more information on these sites below and others.

Disclaimer: The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea does not have any input into the content of these websites and opinions are the website owners own. Contact us if you'd like your website listed here.

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Active Link

Active Link is an independent website for the people of Kensington and Chelsea, produced by the people of Kensington and Chelsea. It is aimed at boosting community spirit and building genuine links between people and groups in the area.

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The Pavlova Diaries

Out and About in Notting Hill - a local weblogzine focused on the Notting Hill area full of wildly entertaining ideas and 'read-it-here-first' news

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Around and about Portobello Road, run by a W11 resident for local residents and tourists, with information on local craftspeople, trades, shops, events, bars, restaurants, community services and volunteers.

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Notting Barns Live

The site for residents by residents of the Notting Barns ward in North Kensington. It's a place to share information, start conversation and find out what's going on.

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Colville Community Forum

A website for the Colville area run by the Colville Community Forum. Useful links, project opportunities and ways to have your say.

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A community website for residents, community groups, businesses and visitors in Golborne (North Kensington, London). Created by local councillors, a local young artist, a student web geek and a website expert, with input from Golborne traders and shopkeepers. For local people and visitors, using beautiful illustrations of the Golborne area.

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St Helen's Residents Association

News and local views run by the St. Helen's Residents Association as part of their work to improve quality of life and wellbeing on the St Quintin Estate in North Kensington. Your local source for all important and interesting information.