We urgently need some volunteers to come and help out in our office over the next few weeks. We can provide full training and we are happy to organise sessions around you! If you are able to offer assistance with this invaluable work please email our chair David email@example.com
On Saturday the 6th of February a member of our community was subjected to a vicious racist attack at his place of work by six men in the Duke of Wellington Pub on Portobello Road. No one stepped in to help him and the police have failed to act swiftly. His family and friends are calling on all of the community to join them in a non violent protest outside of the Duke of Wellington Pub this Saturday the 22nd February at 8pm.
Please come out and support them if you are able to. We must stand up against racism in all of it’s forms. There is no place in Kensington for this type of hatred and bigotry.
Statement from Lancaster West Residents Association.
There are still a very limited number of ticket left for tonight fundraiser. If you would like to come along to tonight’s screening of Ken Loach’s ‘Sorry We Missed You’ followed by a Q&A by the films producer Rebecca O’Brien. The screening will take place this evening at 18:30 at The Playground Theatre, Cafe and Bar, Latimer Road.
Tickets can be purchased here.
We are hosting a special fundraising screening of Ken Loach’s compelling film ‘Sorry We Missed You’ about life in the gig economy and the impact this economic development has on family life. Another brilliant film about contemporary Britain from the director that brought us ‘I, Daniel Blake’
This special screening will be followed by Q&A with Rebecca O’Brien – Producer of ‘Sorry We Missed You’. Rebecca will discuss Ken Loach’s films and his unique approach to film-making.
The screening will be this Friday 17 January 2020 at 18:30 at The Playground Theatre, Cafe and Bar, Latimer Road.
Tickets can be purchased here with all funds raised going to Kensington Labour Party. We really hope you will be able to join us!