My Colville

Colville Councillors have just been elected and are getting started with City Living, Local Life.

In 2013, Colville Councillors continued their engagement with the Colville Forum and its members to identify local issues and inform ward projects. Funding was awarded towards a short film titled “Once upon a time at All Saints Road” by the London Film Foundation as well as to Portobello Dance School to help local children take up dance. Councillors are actively seeking out projects and ideas through direct contact with residents and allocated £19,965.00 in 2013.

Get involved in the Colville Community Forum

Colville Get involved
One of the main ways local people can get involved in Colville is through the 'Colville Community Forum'. The forum is a fully constituted community organisation, with each of the three ward Councillors as trustees and Forum members representatives from local people and organisations. Residents are invited along to the public meetings of the Forum to suggest activities which may be of benefit to local people, so that feedback can be given by neighbours and help inform Councillor decisions on the budget spend. Visit the Colville Community Forum to find out more.

Help us promote City Living, Local Life

We’re keen to spread the word about City Living, Local Life in Colville and encourage more people to become involved. Please download this poster [PDF] (file size 329Kb) and display it in any community facility, local shop or venue used by local people. 

Read the Notting Hill Dispatch

Take a look at the July 2014 edition of Notting Hill Dispatch [PDF] (file size 66.5kb), news from Colville Neighbourhood Policing Team.

Useful Colville community websites:

Local news and community notices

Colville Community Forum

Around and about Portobello Road

 Westway Development Trust

InTRANSIT Festival News

The RBKC Community Engagement team are proud to tell you about the InTRANSIT festival, bringing art to your streets this summer from July 18th - 28th. From Opera and Hip-hop Shakespeare to historical tours of the borough's public loos, InTRANSIT responds to and reflects the unique environment and character of Kensington and Chelsea.

InTRANSIT is in its eighth year and has events across the borough. In the Community Engagement team we are particularly excited about some of the things going on in your ward:

Starts from All Saints Church W11, 19 - 20 July
North Kensington Family Cycle Ride

Portobello Market, Site 89, 18th July
Savoury storytelling and nectarous nosh!

To find out more about what's happening in your ward and across the borough, visit the InTRANSIT website.

Community Noticeboard

  • Mobile Police Station in Powis Gardens until Saturday 26 July 2014

    Are you concerned about youth violence or anti-social behaviour in the local area? If you have any information or would like to speak to police, you can visit the Mobile Police Station in Powis Gardens, Colville ward. It is open at the following times: Sunday to Wednesday, 8am to 10pm Thursday to Saturday, 24 hours […]

  • Calling all residents: Come and celebrate community life at the Goldborne Road Festival!

    Residents are invited to come and celebrate the local community in an action-packed day at the Golborne Road Festival on Sunday July 27. As in previous years, the Golborne will be coming alive with a fantastic range of live music, dance, food from around the world, street stalls and entertainment plus a new Sports and […]

  • Sew Portabello website launch

    Sew Portobello has launched it’s glamorous new website! Sew Portobello is a new creative enterprise for women who want to use and improve their sewing skills.¬†They work together to develop networks, sharing our love of textiles and making new friends and extra money along the way. Sew Portobello is now actively recruiting local women who […]