Theatre play in Kentish Town

1-14 November (not Sundays)

WinVisible want to let you know about this theatre show at Clean Break, 2 Patshull Road, London NW5 2LB. Facebook event.  Book here

It dramatizes a rape trial where two sex workers took the attacker to court themselves, because the authorities refused to take action.  It’s a true story about women surviving violence who face discrimination, and what they did, with support from Women Against Rape and the English Collective of Prostitutes. #NOBADWOMEN

The play runs from Friday 1 November to Thursday 14 November (not Sundays). 

Question & Answer after the shows on 1, 8 & 12 November with one of the original women who bravely testified, and others involved in the case.


  • Tues 12 Nov BSL interpreted performance with Jacqui Beckford.  Deaf guests book here choose Tues 12 November. 
  • All shows wheelchair accessible (studio & accessible loo are on ground floor). 
  • The venue Clean Break is about 40m along a cobbled alley behind Kentish Town Jobcentre, at 2 Patshull Road.

For more info, please contact Winvisible or via Facebook here.

Camden Safer Neighbourhood Board meeting – 28 October 2019

Camden Safer Neighbourhood Board

Monday 28 October, 7.00 pm

Council Chamber, 3rd Floor, Crowndale Centre
218 Eversholt Street, London NW1 1BD


  1. Welcome – Chris Fagg, Chair Vice Chair of Camden Safer Neighbourhood Board. Chris, also the Chair of Gospel Oak Safer Neighbourhood Panel, will provide an overview of the activities taking place in his area to tackle gangs and knife crime.
  2. Camden Policing Report – Camden Borough Commander, Chief Superintendent Raj Kohli will be providing an update on policing activities that took place over the summer and what plans the police have on the run-up to Christmas.
  3. A Partnership in Tackling Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence and Exploitation – A presentation by Detective Superintendent Jane Topping from Central North Police and Caitriona Scanlan from Camden Safety Net.
  4. Open Forum – An opportunity for you to ask questions regarding crime and antisocial behaviour in Camden.
  5. Close – Chris Fagg (8.30).


Camden’s Wish Plus and Warm & Well services

With the colder weather on its way, Camden Council run a couple of schemes to help people stay warm in their homes, and also deal with other health and income related issues.

The Council says:

Our Wish Plus service is an umbrella service aiming to help Camden residents with keeping warm, as well as income and health related issues. I have attached a short leaflet with more explanation.

Our Well & Warm service sits within the Wish Plus service and provides free home energy visits for Camden residents. The service is aimed at low income households and includes tailored advice and provision of free energy saving measures such as draught-proofing and low energy bulbs. I have attached a further leaflet with more information.

Both services can be accessed via our Green Camden Help Line number 0800 801 738 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm), or Camden’s website.

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Camden Disability Oversight Panel

Camden Council’s Disability Oversight Panel are holding a workshop on Wednesday 06 November 2019 to let residents with disabilities get their views known on how to improve contact with the Council.

If you would like to come, kindly let them know by Friday 25 October 2019, and please outline what support you may need on the night (e.g. signing interpreter, hearing loop) to help them ensure you can participate fully in the discussions.

Families For Life programme

Camden Council are running are free scheme to help families with young children to live healthy lives. They say:

The Living Centre Programme is open to families with children between 2 to 4 years of age and will start 14th November and run from 10am –11:30am for 5 weeks.

Each week a healthy eating topic will be covered and families will also have the opportunity to cook and eat a healthy recipe and learn and play new physical activities.

Families can book directly by calling 020 7974 6736 or

Please contact the Health and Wellbeing Team if you have any questions.

Camden Advice on EU Settlement Scheme

The Government is intending to leave the European Union. This WILL affect people with EU passports living in the UK (except Irish citizens).

The Government has set up a scheme to allow EU citizens to get “Settled Status” and be able to stay in the UK indefinitely.

In partnership with Citizens Advice Camden and Camden Community Law Centre, Camden Council are holding a FREE information session on Wednesday 23 October from 5pm to 8pm at Holborn library, 32-38 Theobalds Road, WC1X 8PA.

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Update after the CASP AGM

A message from the CASP Committee:

The CASP Committee would like to thank those members who attended our AGM on September 20th 2019.

It was good to see some old but also new faces on the night!

We made a number of commitments as an Association at the AGM and progressing these will keep us busy over the next few weeks. We’ll be in touch shortly, but please remember to check our website for updates from time to time.

Please remember, we can also be contacted at .

Alternatively, please contact Hugh Boatswain on 020 7974 5544 and ask for your contact details to be passed to the Committee.

The CASP Committee