Grenfell Recovery Strategy

Grenfell Projects Fund

The Grenfell Projects Fund was introduced as part of the Council’s five-year Grenfell Recovery Strategy and provides grants to local residents and organisations to support North Kensington’s community-led recovery.

We’re now into the third year of the Strategy and currently working with our resident panel to deliver the second round of the Grenfell Projects Fund.

Grenfell Projects Fund 2

Over £1.2 million has now been allocated to 40 North Kensington community projects as part of the second round of the Fund.

The funding was allocated following a public vote, in which almost 1,400 North Kensington residents cast more than 4,400 votes via our online platform. These votes were then combined with those provided by our resident panel and Grenfell Community Team to decide which projects would bring the most benefit to the local community.


We are uploading information about the projects as and when their delivery agreements are finalised, so click on the project categories to find out how you can get involved.

Cultural and artistic projects

North Kensington Youth and Community Festival 

Organised by Youth Action Alliance, the 2022 festival was funded by the GPF2 and included free sports tournaments, live music, arts and crafts and a talent show. It was a fun day filled with activities for all ages, providing residents with the chance to celebrate the community’s creativity, diversity and history, while paying tribute to those that were lost in the Grenfell tragedy.

This project has now come to an end.



Westway Sports and Fitness Centre, 1 Crowthorne Road, W10 6RP


There was no need to RSVP to this event.

Visit Youth Action Alliance’s website for more information.

Our Power Hub’s NFT digital art project

Our Power Hub (OPH) ran workshops to give residents an introduction to the world of NFTs, teaching them how to create digital art and monetise their work on popular NFT marketplaces. NFTs can represent digital files such as art, music, audio, videos, items in video games and other forms of creative work. 


This project has now come to an end.


Queens Park Rangers Football & Athletic Club, Loftus Road Stadium, South Africa Road, W12 7PJ.


To find out more email

Educational and training opportunities

Homemade Teachers’ DIY Maths Workshops 

This project aims to give parents and guardians the necessary information to support children learning at home. It includes 'Mathematics & Design Technology' courses to equip them with practical knowledge and skills to support their children’s learning. Participants will learn how to design and create learning resources to engage with content covered in the national curriculum. It’s targeted towards adults with children under the age of 16.


Every Monday between 10 and 11am, from 9 January until 12 June 2023


Baseline Studios, Whitchurch Road, London W11 4AT


To register your interest, please call Rayen Naghi on 07379628562 or email 

Find out more by visiting the Homemade Teachers website.

The Grove Think Tank Alma Academy 

The Grove Think Tank Alma Academy is a learning and training platform that aims to facilitate, educate, enable and empower individuals to aid their own holistic self-development. As part of the Grenfell Projects Fund 2, the Academy will deliver Bowen Technique Training, which improves personal wellbeing and addresses any physical, emotional and psychological issues. It will also hold one-day holistic self-development workshops for children and adults that will cover a variety of themes, and training sessions on how to use The Orassy – an integrative health analysis programme.  


Please use the contact details to find out when these courses are being held


Please use the contact details to find out where these courses are being held


If you are interested in taking part in these courses, please email Dayo Gilmour or Andreia Miguel at 


Trimenco supports local people through coaching, training and mentoring. This GPF2 project was a programme targeted towards female residents over the age of 21 and helped to increase confidence and levels of happiness, improve resident’s mindset, gave them a better understanding of self and the nature of thoughts, and improved relationships with family and friends. 


This project has now come to an end.


The Dalgarno Trust, Dalgarno Way, W10 5LE.


To find out more, please contact Tameeka Smith at or visit the Trimenco website for more information.

Progressay’s EEE Hub (Exercise, Employability, Education)

As part of the GPF2, the EEE Hub will be running three programmes to support the North Kensington community. The first is a programme called Kensington Impact FC which will deliver a series of free weekly football sessions for boys and girls over the age of 16.

The second is a programme called GoProgress, which will provide free weekly academic tuition to disadvantaged children between the age of eight and 18, and the third is a series of employability workshops that will provide disadvantaged residents over the age of 16 with free career advice, information and guidance. 


Please use the contact details to confirm the time and date of these sessions.


Please use the contact details to confirm the location of these sessions.


To get involved in any of these programmes, please email or call 07498945898.

Visit the Progressay's website for more information.

Fit For Life Youth

Fit For Life Youth is running a community youth fitness qualification, training and mentoring project for young people in North Kensington. It includes a Level 2 Active IQ Instructor qualification, employability training and mentoring for local residents between the ages of 16 and 30, a GB Boxing Tutor Award and a Boxing Coaching Award for residents over the age of 11.


Each project will be running once a year for a three-year period. Please contact Fit For Life Youth directly to find out when the sessions are available.


Sessions will take place at 151 Freston Road, W10 6TH.


To get involved, email or call 02082137282.


CatherineMHT provided residents with the chance to participate in health-related training courses. These courses included Suicide First Aid (SFA), a one-day accredited suicide intervention course where people learned how to have an open conversation about suicide and Mental Health First Aid (MHFA), a two-day course run over two weeks face-to-face which taught residents about depression, anxiety, psychosis, personality disorder and much more. The organisation also hosted a one-day Deaf Awareness (DA) course. This project was open to North Kensington residents over the age of 16.


This project has now come to an end.


Sobus Centre, 202 Freston Road, London, W10 6TT.


To find out more email or call 07809602140.

Gheez Rite Chaplaincy Community Association’s coding and programming skills

This project will teach coding and programming skills to young children who have been directly or indirectly been affected both by the fire of Grenfell and Covid 19. The target age group is between 11 and 16 years old and around 30 members of the community can attend this project at one given time. 


Every other Saturday between 1 and 3pm from 23 September 2022 


Kids On the Green, Unit 12 Latimer Rd, London W10 6RQ 


Call Simret Yohannes on 0795808745 or email

Health and wellbeing

24 Hearts Summer Arts 

24Hearts creates visual positivity through locally created arts. The project includes a series of free drop-in workshops where participants learn to make willow sculptures to be part of a public art installation at the end of each project. Workshops are also supplemented with a set of video tutorials that can be accessed online to increase participation and reach.


This is a three-year project that starts in November 2022 and ends in October 2024.

  • Star making workshops at Henry Dickens
    • From 10am until 12pm
    • Wednesday 2 November, 9 November, 16 November, 23 November 2022 
  • Star making at the Harrow Club
    • From 10.30am until 12.30pm 
    • Friday 4 November, 11 November, 18 November, 25 November 2022
  • Drop-in star making workshops at Acklam Village (still TBC)
    • From 1pm until 3pm and 3.30pm until 5.30pm
    • Monday 14 November until Friday 18 November 2022
  • Drop-in star making workshops @ Acklam Village (still TBC)
    • From 1pm until 3pm and 3.30pm until 5.30pm
    • Monday 21 November until Friday 25 November 2022
  • Henry Dickens community centre 104 St Ann's Road, W11 4DH
  • Harrow Club, 187 Freston Rd, W10 6TH
  • Acklam Village, Acklam Rd, W10 5TY

If you’d like to get involved, please email

To find out more, please visit the 24hearts website. 

Hot Stuff Collective’s Silent Art - Heritage School of Ceramic Art and Design 

This project includes silent art ceramic workshops located across North Kensington in which residents create precious offering hearts for small murals dedicated to Grenfell. The workshops are a place for reflection, remembrance and tribute. 


From October 2022 until summer 2023


Hope Gardens at Maxilla Walk, W10 6NQ 


To get involved, please call or WhatsApp Paprika Skala-Williams on 07928137749 or email Leo Herman at 

The SPACE’s Level Up project 

The SPACE was set up in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire to support the recovery of the local community and move a step closer towards removing disparities and disadvantages for families in North Kensington. The Level Up project will continue this work, providing a wide range of services including complementary therapies, training, family-based activities, access to food and basic necessities, and peer support. The SPACE will work with the local voluntary sector and community groups to promote engagement, education, empowerment and active involvement that is based upon shared knowledge of the local community, shared priorities and shared solutions.

It will also include a term-time sports club for children aged four to 18, a rock-climbing club and training for young people. Volunteering and training will be available for parents who can also access social activities at the SPACE.


This project takes place during term time over 39 weeks from November 2022 until October 2023.


202 Freston Road, London W10 6TT and The SPACE, 214 Freston Rd, London, W10 6TT 


To get involved, please email or call 0800 0478161 

For more information, please visit The SPACE’s website. 

Bridging the Gap by Kulan Somali Organisation (KSO) and Eristars 

Bridging the Gap is run by Kulan Somali Organisation (KSO) and Eristars-UK which have 21 years of combined experience providing support, advice, and delivering projects to over 3000 Somali and Eritrean residents. The project aims to link sport and education together in a holistic approach to wellbeing for Somali and Eritrean children and families - providing free essential skills training, physical activities and family mentorship workshops. This project is targeted towards children aged between five to 16 and their parents/guardians from the Eritrean and Somali community that was affected by the Grenfell fire. 

This includes: 

  • Bitesize literacy for both children and parents/guardians 
  • Numeracy for both children and parents/guardians 
  • Digital learning for both children and parents/guardians 
  • Mentoring for both children and parents/guardians 
  • Dancing sessions for both children and their parents/guardian 
  • Football sessions 

This is a two-year project that runs from Monday 10 October 2022 until Tuesday 10 October 2023. The classes will take place every Monday and Thursday from 5.30pm to 7.30pm. Football sessions will take place every Friday from 5pm until 7pm


Monday and Thursday sessions will take place at the Harrow Club, 187 Freston Rd, London W10 6TH 

Friday football sessions will take place at the Westway Sport Centre, 1 Crowthorne Rd, London, W10 6RP 


To get involved, please call or Whatsapp Nasra on 07494950311

Find out more about Eristars.

Find out more about Kulan Somali Organisation.

One London Basketball 

Westside Basketball Club created the One London Basketball project after the Grenfell fire in collaboration with Chelsea Foundation and QPR Community Trust. It brings young people from across North Kensington together to play sport and use it as a mechanism to deal with the trauma, as well as improving their physical and mental wellbeing. This includes eight hours of basketball training and games every Friday night for those aged between six and 25.  


Every Friday evening between 6 and 10pm from 9 September 2022 until July 2023. Please note that sessions will be held at different times for different age ranges, so please contact the project provider directly to find out when to attend.


Kensington Leisure Centre, Silchester Road, W10 6EX


To register your interest, please email


Shamaali CIC was formed by local community workers to share knowledge and pool expertise to support the local community in North Kensington. Its advocacy project supported by the GPF will be focused on providing translation support, form filling, appointment and/or meeting chaperoning and managing referrals to partner agencies. 

Shamaali will also be helping young people and adults to secure accommodation, find training and employment opportunities and access mental health support. It will also work with elderly and vulnerable members of the community to reduce isolation and find local educational opportunities. 


From October 2022 until January 2023.


TBC – either online or in-person 


If resident would like immediate support or would like to register their interest, please email 

Lockdown Cookup 

This project provided free cooking sessions for the North Kensington community, helping people to eat healthily on a budget. All ingredients used in the class were provided for participants.


This project has now come to an end.

  • Dalgarno Community Centre – Dalgarno Way, W10 5LE
  • Lancaster Youth Club – 128 Lancaster Road, W11 1QS
  • Lancaster West Children's Community Network – Lancaster West Estate, W111SL

To find out more, please email

Solidarity Sports

Solidarity Sports is using funding from the Grenfell Projects Fund to give 90 local children the chance to experience a transformative five-day adventure holiday at PGL on the Isle of Wight. The trips will run across three years and will encourage participants to be independent, increase confidence and give them a space to be free of their worries and adult responsibilities they often face at home. This project is targeted towards children aged between 8 and 16. 


The 2022 trip has now passed. 

  • 21 - 25 August 2023 
  • 26 - 30 August 2024 

PGL Little Canada, New Road, Wootton Bridge, Ryde, Isle of Wight PO33 4JP.


Children will need to be referred to this project by social services. Please contact to be advised on this process.  

To find out more, visit the Solidarity Sports website. 

WAND UK’s Young Girls’ Project 

WAND (Women’s Association for Networking and Development) UK is a London-wide women’s charity. Its project aims to empower young girls through sessions that teach life skills so they can become agents of their own change and society, reduce isolation and loneliness, boost their confidence and self-esteem. 

The project is targeted towards girls aged between eight and 16 and includes weekly 1-2-1 mentoring and group sessions.


Every Monday and Wednesday from September 2022 until August 2024 


St Charles Centre for Health and Wellbeing, Exmoor Street, W10 6DZ  


To register your interest, please call 07736932049.

Find out more about this project by visiting the WAND UK website.

The Playground Theatre’s Well-Read project  

This community outreach project is a play-reading scheme for North Kensington residents. The Playground Theatre’s team of 10 theatre professionals leads small groups in sessions lasting approximately 60-90 minutes, during which they read a play together, out loud, with plenty of opportunities for facilitated discussion, chat and reflection. 

The GPF2 will also be funding a new reading and creative writing group, workshops in artistic fields run by external professionals and live events that celebrate local people and provide social opportunities and performance through the arts.   


Every Wednesday between 12.30 and 1.30pm from September 2022 until Christmas. Dates for live events and parties will be announced in due course.   

  • Tea Garden on Lancaster West Estate, W10 5NQ 
  • North Kensington Resource Centre, Whitchurch Road, W11 1WG
  • The Playground Theatre, Latimer Road, W10 6RQ

To get involved, email Paul on 

To find out more, visit the Playground Theatre website.


KidzBox provides free non-contact boxing tuition for young people aged eight to 25 in North Kensington. The tuition aims to increase their self-confidence reducing the perceived need to carry a knife. Participants also gain discipline, fitness, better health and self-confidence which improves employability and helps to reduce crime. Participants follow AQA certified training programmes including Intermediate Boxing, Gym Fitness and Basic Weight Training. 

  • Under 12 years: 4.30 to 5.30pm  
  • 12 to 18 years: 5.30 to 6.30pm 
  • Girls: 6 to 8pm   
  • Over 18: 6.40 to 10pm
Tuesday and Thursday

11 to 18 years: 3 to 6pm

  • Under 12 years: 12 to 2pm 
  • 12-18 years: 2 to 3.30pm  
  •  Over 18: 3.30 to 5.30pm        

Lancaster Youth Centre 128a Lancaster Road, W11 1QS


To get involved, please email Tyrone Forbes at

Shyne 2 Chance

The Shyne 2 Chance Project provides parents and carers of disabled children between the ages of six and 13 years old with drop-in play sessions. There will be arts and crafts sessions, an outdoor play area and sensory room for residents to enjoy, as well as tea, coffee and light refreshments provided. It will also give parents and carers the chance to socialise with other residents and provide a safe space for their children to play. Residents will need to register each week to attend and activities will be supervised by a qualified member of staff. 


A safe space will be accessible at Little Wormwood Scrubs on the third Wednesday of every month from September 2022 to July 2023, starting Wednesday 21 September 2022

  • Little Wormwood Scrubs Adventure Playground 
  • 1 Dalgarno Gardens, London, W10 5LL 

Those who are interested in taking part in the project should email Arlyne Halley at or Serena French at

HearWomen Foundation’s Cook and Talk

The HearWomen Foundation has created a programme of two-and-a-half hour weekly meetings at the Bay 20 Community Centre which aim to improve their mental health, physical health and reduce feelings of isolation, depression and anxiety. The first hour of the session includes group talk therapy and education around mental health issues from mental health professionals. The second hour comprises either a healthy cooking lesson and shared meal or yoga and meditation. These sessions are targeted towards BAME immigrant women in the North Kensington community - from young mothers to elderly women. 


The sessions will take place from 1 April until 30 December 2022.


Bay 20 Community Centre, 71 St Marks Rd, W10 6JG


To get involved, please turn up to the sessions or contact Hager Mohammed on for more information.

Visit the HearWomen website for more information.

LWCCN Toy Library Play Project 

Lancaster West Children's Community Network (LWCCN) is a community organisation based in North Kensington working to offer a range of services and activities for families with young children. As part of the GPF2, LWCCN is offering free play sessions with two-week loans of toys, equipment and resources that support children’s play and development.


Between 10am and 12.30pm from August 2022 and September 2023.  The project will take place every Tuesday and Thursday at the Play Hut and Oxford Gardens, and every Wednesday at Grenfell Nursery.

  • Little Wormwood Scrubs Play Hut drop-in service, Dalgarno Gardens, W10 6AD 
  • Oxford Gardens drop-in service, Oxford Gardens, London W10 6NF 
  • Grenfell Nursery, Ilys Booker Centre, Clarendon Rd, London W11 1SL 

To find out more, call Amal Noureddine on 020 8969 7779 or email 

Visit the Grenfell Nursery website for more information.

Optimum Sports and Media 

This project will encapsulate the use of media in sport. It will utilise participant’s passion for football and channel it through media, creating a vlogging programme for young people to document and promote their journey through the sport. It will include videography, editing and publishing workshops so that young people can put those skills and resources into vlogging about their life in the sport. The project will also deliver four football sessions a week across different wards and is targeted towards children between the ages of five and 18.


From 2 September 2022 until May 2023.

  • Westway, Crowthorne Road, W10 6RP  
  • Hazlewood Football pitch, Golborne Gardens, W10 5DU  
  • Avondale Pitch, 8 Walmer Road, W11 4EY 

To register your interest, contact Remejo Mclean-Thorne or George Bournous by emailing

Find out more about Optimum Sports Academy on its website.

Baraka Community Association’s Community Engagement 

Baraka Community Association aims to deliver a healthy living activities programme for Somali, other Muslim and BAME families. This includes health and wellbeing workshops, healthy cooking sessions, keep fit sessions, boxing, tennis, basketball, cycling, canoeing, residential away days, bike maintenance workshops and group walks.  


Every Thursday and Friday between 5 and 8pm, every Sunday between 3 and 6pm.


Canalside Activity Centre, W10 5AA 


To find out more, please call Abdullahi Ali 07949 727322 or Osob on 07951 385369  

Visit the Baraka Community Association website here.

Notting Hill Therapy Clinic Outreach

Notting Hill Therapy Clinic partnered with the Grenfell Projects Fund 2 to bring a range of free health and wellbeing classes and workshops to the North Kensington community to provide extra support around the five-year anniversary of the Grenfell tragedy. These classes included Financial Wellbeing Workshops, Qi Gong & Meditation, Low Impact Soca Aerobics, Self-Mastery Youth Coaching Sessions and many more. 


This project has now come to an end.


Sessions took place in five venues across North Kensington. These were The Tabernacle, The Dalgarno Trust, The Venture Centre, Bay 20 and The Harrow Club


Visit the Notting Hill Therapy Clinic website for more information.

Cuban Boxing Academy: A Holistic Approach

For the Grenfell Projects Fund 2, the Cuban Boxing Academy will continue the work it started during the Grenfell Projects Fund 1 by offering mentoring and physical and mental wellbeing support to those affected by the Grenfell fire through its Cuban holistic approach to boxing.

The organisation offers weekly sessions for local residents over a three-year period, at the end of which provide opportunities for those that wish to become trainers or to continue with its competitive team. In addition, the Academy continues to provide regular boxing classes for the community, including classes for children between the ages of seven and 12, teenagers between 13 and 17 years and adults over the age of 18.


From 1 July 2022 to 1 July 2025


Cuban Boxing Academy, 187 Freston Road, London W10 6TH


To find out more about the sessions, please email

Visit the Cuban Boxing Academy website for more information.

'Connecting Community’ Arts and Community Wellbeing Project

As part of the GPF2, Abundance Arts will be hosting a ‘connecting community’ project which focuses on wellbeing, creative projects and events. The project welcomes all residents from the North Kensington area, and includes activities and crafts, drumming and songs, garden walks, outdoor projects, therapeutic hand massages and relaxing social activity sessions to bring people together, reduce stress and improve wellbeing.

  • Every Monday for six weeks in June and July 2022 between 1.30 and 3.30pm at Full of Life SEND Centre 
  • Every Thursday for eight weeks in August and September 2022 between 11am and 1pm at WAND UK
  • Every Monday for eight weeks in October and November 2022 between 1.30 and 3.30pm at Pepper Pot Centre 
  • Two Mondays in December 2022 between 1.30 and 3.30pm at St Quintin's SEND Centre
  • Full of Life SEND Centre, Kensal House Annex, 379 Ladbroke Grove, W10 5BQ
  • WAND UK, St Charles Centre For Health And Well-Being, Exmoor Street, W10 6DZ 
  • Pepper Pot Centre, 1A Thorpe Close, W10 5EL  
  • St Quintin's SEND Centre, 2A Wallingford Ave, W10 6QB

To get involved, please email or call 07941625 359.

Visit the Abundace Arts Twitter account for more information.


Swimunity CIC provides free weekly swimming lessons for young people and women, as well as hosting residential trips and family beach days for those who have shown a keen interest in swimming. The next trip is to Cornwall so participants will be able to apply their skills to exploring the natural world, having the opportunity to take part in surfing and coasteering.


Starting in September 2022, the classes will run every Saturday afternoon at Swimfarm from 3 to 7.30pm during term time 


Swimfarm, 1 Crowthorne Road, W10 6RP ages three to 16 years, or women only lessons at Acton Leisure Centre, High St, London W3 6LE


To get involved, contact Sarraounia Samuels, Omie Dale via email at

Visit the Swimunity website for more information.

BME Health Forum

The BME Health Forum is a service for North Kensington residents who have mental health needs that cannot be met by NHS services because of language and/or cultural barriers, stigma, or because the residents need long-term holistic care that combines emotional support with elements of practical help and befriending. 

The Forum is being delivered by a partnership of five community organisations to provide ongoing support to some of North Kensington’s most vulnerable residents, especially those whose first language is Arabic, Tigrinya, French or Lingala. Participants will require a professional referral to the service directly through outreach conducted by provider organisations and other local statutory and community services. 


Service delivery will begin on 5 September 2022 and end on 25 June 2023


Support will be provided according to the needs of each resident. It may be face-to-face, online, or by telephone.

Face to face activities will take place in the community centres of our partner organisations: 

  • Al-Hasaniya, Bays 4&5, Trellick Tower, 5 Golborne Road, W10 5PA 
  • Ethiopian Women's Empowerment Group, Latymer Christian Centre, 116 Bramley Road, W10 6SU 
  • Fifty plus Eritrean Elders Welfare, 2 Thorpe Close, Ladbroke Grove, W10 5XL 
  • French African Welfare Association, Canalside House, 383 Ladbroke Grove, W10 5AA 
  • Midaye Somali Development Network, Unit 6, 7 Thorpe Close, W10 5XL

To find out more about the BME Health Forum, please visit or contact your closest partner organisation listed above.

Visit The BME Health Forum for more details.

Kensington Dragons Football Club 

The Kensington Dragons FC is a grassroots community-led football club that places an emphasis on valuing education and training. The club will be using the GPF2 funding to support three vital youth teams: the under 17 boys, under 17 girls, and under 16 boys. The money will help these teams to play in properly organised leagues with regular training and support, as well as offering players the opportunity to participate in the club’s education programme to gain formal sports-related qualifications.  


Dates for this project are still TBC.


The main locations for this project will be:

  • Westway Sports and Fitness Centre, 1 Crowthorne Rd, W10 6RP 
  • Avondale Park, 8 Walmer Rd, W11 4EY 
  • St Marks Park, St Mark's Rd, W10 6BZ 
  • Linford Christie Stadium, Linford Christie Rd, W12 0DF 



Visit the Kensington Dragons FC website to find out more.


NKenPlay has been created by design and architecture practice Assemble as part of the GPF2. The project will offer free-to-access play sessions to not only provide joyful and sustaining play opportunities for local children, but also to invest in loose parts and local knowledge and skills so that the play sessions can continue. Available to all local families, the project includes children using loose parts to create their own playgrounds with playworkers, family members and community volunteers.


September 2022 until May 2023.


The location of these sessions will also be determined by residents


To find out how to get involved in this project, please contact Assemble through its Instagram account: @assembleplay
Visit Assemble’s website to find out more information.

Westway Yoga Kolektiv Dana (WYKD)

WYKD’s project focuses on yoga, meditation, and wellbeing. It is targeted towards those who may not have access to London yoga studios and aims to provide wellbeing services without limitations in a safe space with excellently trained teachers. The project provides participants with the tools for self-study, introspection and personal empowerment though yoga and meditation.


Weekly schedule between August 2022 until April 2023

  • Yin yoga, every Tuesday between 3 and 4pm at Bay 20
  • Yoga, every Wednesday between 12.15 and 1.15pm at Bay 20
  • Virtual Afrikan yoga, every Wednesday between 6 and 7pm hosted online
  • WYKiDs Kids yoga, every Thursday between 4 and 4.50pm at Bay 20
  • Meditation and breathwork, every Thursday between 4.15 and 5pm at Bay 20
  • Yoga, every Friday between 10 and 11am at Bay 20
  • Yoga, every Friday between 4 and 5pm at Love Supreme Projects
  • Yoga, every Saturday between 11 and 12pm at Bay 20
  • Yoga, every Sunday 9.30 and 10.45am at Bay 20
  • Yoga, every Tuesday between 4 and 5pm at Love Supreme Projects

Either at Bay 20, 71 St Marks Road, W10 6JG or Love Supreme Projects, 92 Goldborne Road, W10 5PS


Booking is not essential for adult classes, but they can be booked via the website to allow residents to receive updates about any last-minute changes. Booking is essential for the kid’s yoga sessions via the website or via email at Both Bay 20 and Love Supreme Projects can be contacted directly with any questions relating to classes held there respectively.

Visit WYKD’s website to find out more information and book.

Meeting essential needs

Minds United FC’s Female Football for All 

This is a female-only football project hosted by Minds United – an award-winning FA England accredited football club that provides opportunities for people affected by mental health issues. The project will give women from North Kensington the opportunity to play for its team in the Northwest London women-only division and other leagues. 


Every Wednesday between 4 and 5pm


Pitch 6A at the Westway Sports Centre, 1 Crowthorne Rd, London W10 6RP 


To get involved, please email or 

Find out more by visiting the Minds United FC website. 

Common Ground Grenfell Truths and Fire Safe Homes

Common Ground is a community organisation that undertakes a range of projects to improve the lives of people in North Kensington. This particular project includes an initiative called Grenfell Truths, which will communicate the truth about the Grenfell Fire and create a timeline of the community response, and Fire Safe Homes which will educate residents about fire safety.

Through a series of workshops, visits and engagement via WhatsApp and various social media platforms, the project will help residents to reduce the risk of fire in their own homes by providing advice and information about important safety checks.




This is a digital project so it will take place online


To find out more, please contact Cathy Long by emailing

Visit the Common Ground Project website for more information.

Neighbourhood Doulas CIC

Neighbourhood Doulas is a free service that provides residents with support through pregnancy, birth preparation, labour and the postnatal period. With GPF2 funding, the organisation is creating a doula hub at Holmfield House, a local children’s centre in North Kensington. Here, it will host a five-week course to teach residents about birth education and preparation, options and interventions, knowing your rights, postnatal support and create a supportive women’s circle. This programme is targeted towards pregnant residents without a birthing partner who are either from a racially marginalised community, speak English as their second language or have a historical and/or perinatal mental health issues.


Every Wednesday from 7 September 2022 between 10am and 1pm


Holmfield House, 4-6 Golborne Road, W10 5PE


If you are interested in taking part in this programme, please contact a Family Engagement Officer at your local North Kensington Children’s Centre seek a referral from an NHS Health Care Professional.

Visit the Neighbourhood Doulas website for more information.


Fork to Fork at Meanwhile Gardens 

Meanwhile Gardens Community Association (MGCA) aims to enhance the lives of local residents through the provision of safe and inclusive education, training, play, and leisure opportunities in its four-acre community park. The Fork to Fork project will help residents to develop edible growing skills in a community setting and provide opportunities for participants to share food and engage in social activities.   


This project will commence in January 2023 and will include two two-hour sessions per week for 40 weeks


The Polytunnel and the Factory Building, 156 to 158 Kensal Road, London, W10 5BN 


To get involved, please email Chandrika Dalpat at or call 020 8960 4600 

For more information about Meanwhile Gardens, please visit this website.

Growing with the community 

This project includes workshops that share the nutritional, health and environmental benefits of growing and eating mushrooms. Sessions include the teaching of mushroom growing in small spaces, gardens and at home, as well as the benefits of adding mushrooms into our diets. 


Every other week from October 2022 until September 2023 – please contact the provider directly to confirm dates and times 


This project will take place at various venues across North Kensington, including:

  • Baseline Studios, Whitchurch Rd, London W11 4AT
  • Al Manaar Mosque, 244 Acklam Rd, London W10 5YG
  • Meanwhile Gardens, 156 - 158 Kensal Rd, London W10 5BN
  • Kensington Aldridge Academy, 1 Silchester Rd, London W10 6EX

To get involved, please contact Salima at 

The Bike Project - Maintenance Workshops & Saturday Social Cycling

As part of the GPF2, Walk & Cycle London CIC is delivering a number of sessions to encourage members of the community to get on their bikes. These sessions include community bicycle maintenance workshops where residents will learn how to take care of their bikes, learn to ride sessions for adults and families where parents can teach their children how to ride a bike or adults can learn themselves, and social Saturday rides which aim to build on-road cycling skills. There will also be a number of themed, long bike rides that include foraging, picnicking and exploring central and outer London. Residents have the option of using their own bikes during the sessions or borrowing one from Walk & Cycle London CIC.


Every Saturday from September 2022 until May 2023. The first and last weekend of each month are the maintenance workshops and the Saturdays in between these dates are for Saturday social cycling.


Westway Sports Centre, W10 6RP


If you’d like to get involved, please contact Philippa Robb for social cycling or Jelil Adebiyi for the maintenance workshops via

Grenfell Projects Fund 1

In January and February 2020, the North Kensington community voted to fund a host of local projects as part of the first round of the Grenfell Projects Fund. 

Each project idea was presented over two Decision Days and residents voted on those they wanted to support across six outcomes, with £100k available for each outcome. Of the 88 project submissions, 47 were fully funded with three receiving partial funding.

An additional £100k was later allocated by the Council to a selection of unsuccessful projects that were favoured by the public vote but narrowly missed out on funding.  

Following this increase, a total of 55 projects were fully funded with three projects receiving partial funding. 

Last updated: 25 November 2022