BRAT AGM this coming Thursday, 15th November 2018

Come one, come all to BRAT’s Annual General Meeting – Thursday 15 November, 7pm-9.00pm at The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, 1b Dyne Road NW6 7XG. Meet your neighbours; guest speakers; local issues debated. All Welcome. AGENDA Official Business Apologies

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Shape Brent: Local Plan Consultation

From 8 November 2018 to 3 January 2019 the council is consulting on a new draft of the Local Plan. It will be the main document used, over the next 20 years, to guide planning applications, including what can be built,

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Help Salusbury World support children from migrant and refugee families by volunteering as an educational mentor

Salusbury World run a mentoring club at Queen’s Park Community School and at Capital City Academy supporting children from migrant and refugee families in education. That support is mostly delivered by local volunteers. They help with homework, with English language

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A message from our neighbours: Queen’s Park Gardens Open Day

“Queen’s Park Area Residents’ Association here.  Our Open Gardens & Studios event is on Sunday, 17th June, 1-6pm.A4 Poster  The attached poster has all the information about where to buy tickets.  There will be 31 gardens and artists’ studios open all around

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Protesting about poor roads

This Saturday 27 January, a group of cyclists will be gathering outside the Black Lion on Kilburn High Road. A representative of the Kilburn Times will be also in attendance. The aim is to publicise the very poor condition of

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BRAT AGM this coming Thursday!

Come one, come all to BRAT’s Annual General Meeting – Thursday 16 November, 7pm-9.30pm at The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, 1b Dyne Road NW6 7XG. Meet your neighbours; guest speakers; local issues debated. ALL WELCOME

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9 October: an important meeting about Brent spending options

There is an important meeting tomorrow (9 October) about how Brent might spend  (and already has spent) monies levied from developers building in the Borough, as well as much else of local interest. The meeting is open to the public

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