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The Silver Sunday programme runs from Monday 26 September to Sunday 2 October and offers a wide range of events and activities for residents who are aged 65 and over and their families and carers.
A new partnership between a credit union and an enterprise agency – believed to be the first of its kind in the UK – will be providing affordable loans and business support to fledgling businesses in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Forty years ago this month a memorial to the dead of Katyn was unveiled, not at a major public location, but in the Council-owned Gunnersbury cemetery. In 1945, the exhausted Allies had little choice but to accept the absorption of part of pre-war Poland into the Soviet Union and the installation of a puppet Government in Warsaw. For the surviving remnants of the Polish forces who had taken on Hitler and Stalin and then regrouped in London to continue the fight, it was a shattering blow.
Royal Borough calls for volunteers for air quality action day23 September 2016
Bringing our past to life at November’s London History Festival 23 September 2016
New partnership to help borough’s small businesses 19 September 2016