My Golborne

Logo for Love Golborne Website

In Golborne, City Living, Local Life is part of the 'Love Golborne' initiative that also includes a community website for residents, businesses, community groups and visitors. Check out the website for details of events and to chat to others in the area.

In Golborne ward, the councillors have supported a fantastic range of local projects across the community. For young people, City Living, Local Life has helped the Venture Centre and Ebony Steelband to hold fun days and Bevington Primary to host school-wide Eid celebration and cultural day. For those a little older, Open Age’s annual Valentine’s Tea Dance also received a boost while the annual City Living, Local Life- supported Golborne Festival brought thousands of people to the area for a day of local music, craft and food.

As well as bringing people together, the Golborne Councillors have supported Al-Hasaniya, a group focused on supporting women from the Middle East and North Africa, to create a community cook book and to explore issues surrounding gender and relationships.

Dadihiye, a local Somali group also received a little funding to help refurbish their sewing machines while the Children and Parents Carnival Association got North Kensington into the Carnival mood with the annual Notting Hill Nurseries Carnival.

- If you have an idea on how to improve local life in Golborne, check out the Love Golborne criteria and see if you can apply.

Ward spend 2016/17: £20,000

Golborne Community Noticeboard