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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

  • Video: Olive House Children’s Home opens

    A new, state of the art children’s home in East Row has opened to provide the latest and best practice in child care. Replacing the home at Whistler Walk on the World’s End Estate, Olive House provides places for up to 9 children at a time. With individual flats and rooms for the children, a […]

  • Come Celebrate at the Westway Community Carnival, Thursday August 14

    Tomorow (Thursday, August 14) the Wesway Community Carnival is taking place at the Acklam Village urban area and Portobello Green. From 1pm-9pm, the day will encompass childrens activities, workshops, carnival films and the very best of carnival music. On Portobello Green, the childrens zone will include bouncy castles, workshops and carnival music kicking off at 1pm – […]

  • The V&A, RIBA and RBKC presents: Community Artist in Residence – “I want to live, draw me a house”

    For the first time, the V&A, in partnership with RIBA and supported by RBKC, is staging a community-based artist residency led by multi-media artist Constantine Gras. The studio is in the heart of North Kensington, overlooking the Bramley Road building site which is currently being developed by Peabody and Mace, directly opposite Latimer Road tube station. […]