My Golborne

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Love Golborne is a community website for residents, businesses, community groups and visitors in Golborne. Check out the website for details of events, and to chat to others in the area.

Community First Grants

The Golborne Forum, in partnership with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and Kensington and Chelsea Social Council, has set up a Golborne Community First Panel to make recommendations to the Community Development Foundation on the allocation of £9,000 of funding over two years.

Small grants are available to voluntary and community groups that are connected with and/or meeting the needs of the local community in Golborne ward.

Your funding request must relate to at least one of following three funding priorities:

FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS - Fun events that bring people together in the ward

ARTS AND CULTURE - Projects for residents which encourage people to celebrate and get involved in arts and cultural activities 

TACKLING WORKLESSNESS - Providing training,advice and support to help local residents gain new skills and employment

The deadline for applications is Monday 3 March, 5pm and applications can be found on the Golborne Life Website: 

Community Noticeboard

  • 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 […]

  • VIDEO: Wild West 10: Golborne Stories of Struggle and Resistance

    Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Love Golborne Ward Fund, The Golborne Stories Project, involved Year 5 Children from Bevington Primary School working with education charity digital-works to uncover and tell the stories of the people who live in the area and have experienced the many changes over the years. With training and support, the children researched […]

  • Kensington and Chelsea College Millinery Alumnus goes to Hollywood

    Former Kensington and Chelsea College Millinery alumnus Justin Smith has been turning heads with his latest project transforming Hollywood starlet Angelina Jolie into one of Disney’s most notorious characters. The gifted milliner, who studied on Kensington and Chelsea College’s internationally renowned HNC Millinery course, helped create the striking headpiece adorned with black horns, which brought […]