My Redcliffe

Redcliffe Councillors David Nichols, Marie-Therese Rossi and Charles Williams were elected in May. Having funded a £1000 youth drama project in exploring childrens’ experience of World War One, they are looking forward to finding new projects to bring the Redcliffe community together.

As the hundredth anniversary of The Great War is taking place, and nobody who fought in that war is still with us, Councillors allocated the Earl’s Court Community Trust £1000 to Educate local youths through drama about the lives past generations lived.

Councillors have also funded a leaflet that details provision of uniformed organisations for young people and an installation performance in Brompton Cemetery.

Previously, Redcliffe Ward Councillors commissioned a ward-wide survey and identified a number of issues such as tackling isolation amongst older people, supporting local youth projects and environmental improvements.  Read the ward survey report from 2013

For a full list of funded projects in Redcliffe since 2012, please check the ward spending archive.

If you live in Redcliffe and have any ideas for a better ward, let us know! Or apply to have your project funded through the website.


Redcliffe Community Noticeboard

  • Brompton Cemetery Open Day – tour the catacombs and more…

    The Friends of Brompton Cemetery are inviting all to their Annual Open Day at the beautiful 175-year-old Grade I listed Brompton Cemetery, one of Britain’s oldest garden cemeteries, on Sunday, July 19. Entry is free and from 11am-5pm there will be activities for all to enjoy for all of the family, including: Guided tours of […]

  • Start something good with the Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project

    The Royal Parks have opened a Community Chest for activities to take place in the beautiful Brompton Cemetery, one of Britain’s oldest garden cemeteries. Aimed at non-profit making local groups, organisations and educational establishments, funds of up to £300 are available for educational or creative activities to take place between 22 June and 28 August […]

  • Drop by and speak to a Community Engagement Team member

    This week two members of the Community Engagement Team will be working away from the Town Hall, speaking to residents in the north and south of the Borough about how they can get involved or share ideas about how their area can be improved. If you are in the area, feel free to contact them […]

  • Come and have your say: Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project

    The Royal Parks is seeking views on proposals to refurbish London’s historic Brompton Cemetery following an award of £3.7 million from the Heritage Lottery and Big Lottery Funds in January this year. Following a period of consultation ending on 17 October, it expects to submit a planning application to the Royal Borough of Kensington and […]

  • Guest blog post: Stephanie Webb on the wonders of Brompton Library

    And now for something completely different… Brompton Library’s very own Stephanie Webb on a change in the air, down on the Old Brompton Road…   Are you a lapsed library member, or is joining the library one of those things you always meant to do but never got round to it? Let me tempt you […]

  • TWO DAYS LEFT TO RESPOND TO TfL’S CROSSRAIL 2 STATION CONSULTATION

    Residents and businesses have just two days left to respond to TfL’s consultation on the route for Crossrail 2 and the Council is urging residents to help make sure the line stops in Chelsea. In the past six weeks TfL has been consulting on three options: one with a station at Dovehouse Street, another with […]

  • Exhibition: Intervening Space: From the Intimate to the World

    The Mosaic Rooms and ARIA (artist residency in Algiers), are pleased to present the first London group show of six contemporary Algerian artists, featuring newly-commissioned and reimagined works from Fayçal Baghriche, Amina Menia, Atef Berredjem, Hanan Benammar, Massinissa Selmani and Sadek Rahim. Working in a range of media, including photography, audio and installation, the artists […]

  • Earl’s Court Timebank Due to Close

    Below is a message from Earl’s Court Timebank about their future: As some of you know, staff at Earl’s Court Health & Wellbeing Centre have been speaking  recently with the organisations who pay for our services.  When the centre was opened 2 years ago, the Primary Care Trust (part of the NHS) paid for services at the […]

  • Library Events from Janurary to March 2014!

    There are a number of events planned throughout January and March this year at Brompton Library, 210 Old Brompton Rd, London, SW5 0BS. The Libarary will be holding a range of events suitable for adults, young people and families over the next 3 months. Events such as author Lucinda Hawksley talking about her latest book, a panel discussion […]

  • Want to find out more about changes to benefits?

    Jill Collins from Hammersmith & Fulham Job Centre will be delivering a short information session about changes to the benefits system on Friday 13 December from 11am to 12noon. This free session will take place at the Earl’s Court Health and Wellbeing Centre and is suitable for organisations who would like more information to better support […]