We’re getting in touch from Camden Council because we’ve just opened a pop-up ‘think & do’ community space for climate and eco-action in Kentish Town. This is in response to the Citizens’ Assembly recommendation to do more to bring existing community groups together to work on tackling the climate crisis.
The aim of the pop-up is to give people in Camden the chance to take part in, run and grow activities that get people more involved in tackling the climate crisis. From clothes swaps to meals made from surplus veg, there are a variety of events coming up that we’d love you to attend.
Where is the community space and when is it open?
We’re the teal blue building at 315 Kentish Town Rd, Kentish Town, London NW5 2TJ (opposite the library). We’re open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10am – 8pm now until 7th December.
What is happening at the pop-up?
The 6-week programme of events is being curated and led by Camden residents and community groups. See schedule for the first week below.
At our recent AGM, we promised to organise a meeting to discuss fire safety and LBC street properties. This was in response to concerns raised by tenants and leaseholders about the delivery of Camden’s fire safety programme.
The meeting will take place on:
THURSDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2019
THE CROWNDALE CENTRE, EVERSHOLT STREET, LONDON NW1
COMMITTEE ROOM 2, 6.30 – 8.30PM
Senior Camden officers and Councillors will be in attendance at the meeting to try and address any concerns.
PLEASE NOTE: THE MEETING IS OPEN TO ALL CASP MEMBERS (REGISTERED OR NON-REGISTERED)
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.
London’s Underground system has many deserted nooks and crannies, part of its history of more than 150 years. Tours can be organised to see some of them.
A book has been produced, Hidden London: Discovering the Forgotten Underground, including pictures of underground passages, repurposed stations, and disused stations (including Camden’s own South Kentish Town Station, closed since 1924).
In fact, South Kentish Town Station is being used as an escape room experience at the moment! Probably inspired by a piece, South Kentish Town, written by Sir John Betjeman, about a fictional passenger who became trapped at the station.