My Norland

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

Over the last year or so, Norland Councillors have worked to ensure local people could access local information online and have funded the Pavlova Diaries (now known as The Notting Hill Post) to host information about local events, activities, promotions etc. They have also funded another project, Aspire 2 Inspire to help young people become job ready and gain access to mentors. Norland ward has also prioritised support to older residents, by setting up regular lunch clubs facilitated by AgeUK Kensington and Chelsea. Working alongside local amenity groups and the council’s Community Garden Team, Councillors also supported the improvement to planters along Holland Park Avenue. Total spend last year was £12,745.00.


 Why not sign up to hear about upcoming opportunities or share your project idea? Start something good or contact your Councillors by clicking on their photos on the left of this page.

Also, don't forget to check out Notting Hill Post, a local community website with lots of interesting up to date news and information about the area. Click here to visit their website.

lunchesforolderpeopleA number of projects have been funded in Norland. Why not take a look at a couple of those that have taken place recently:

Lunches for Older People - £300 has been allocated to work with The Academy Bar to provide opportunities for older people to meet for lunch at local business venues.

a2iEmployment Programme for Younger People - £3000 has been allocated to work with Aspire2Inspire to deliver a six week employment programme working with young people, particularly on the Henry Dickens Estate. The project will provide support with CVs, interview skills, confidence building and job searching.


Community Noticeboard

  • Film Lovers: Don’t miss the Portobello Film Festival 2014

    Now in its 19th year, the free Portobello Film Festival returns to the streets of Kensington and Chelsea from  Thursday, August 28 until Sunday, September 14th. With over 600 new films from London, the UK and around the world, the festival is considered a premiere showcase for independent film and the leading free film festival […]

  • Notting Hill Carnival 2014: Some useful links for residents

    It’s Carnival time! This Bank Holiday weekend Europe’s biggest street festival comes to the Royal Borough, bringing visitors, performers, sounds and tastes from all over the world. Held every year since 1966, the Carnival is spread over 3 days – Saturday August 23 to Monday August 25 – with each day having a different vibe. On Saturday, […]

  • New Holland Park Guide Available

    Produced by the Friends of Holland Park, this enjoyable guide highlights the history of the park, its various areas, facilities and ecology. Whether you are visiting the park for the first time or a regular user, the maps and information provided will enhance your experience and perhaps lead you to disovering things you have never seen before. The […]