The Dalgarno Trust Community Champions are a vibrant team of trained volunteers.  Our Champions live locally and are a valuable resource within their local community both as a source of information and as a vital link between local people and the activities provided in the centre and the wider community.

Community Champions provide a range of activities including family events and workshops and link with other projects such as Healthworks to ensure residents get the best advice and information to keep them healthy and happy and to break down barriers that prevent inclusion.

Our Art Club with José meets every Tuesday morning at 10am.    And our Champions meet for a chat over coffee every Thursday morning at 11am.  This when we can  catch up with each other and plan more activities.

Previous events:

  • Sugar Awareness
  • Pancake Day
  • Kids’ Fun Day

Maternity Champions is a new initiative for the Dalgarno Trust.  We currently have four Maternity Champions undertaking the Birth and Beyond training.

Once trained our Maternity Champions will provide support to new parents from pregnancy and into the first year of a child’s life.  They will be a listening ear to new parents and offer signposting to local services as well as developing activities for new parents.

We are planning to work in partnership with Mend Mums to provide activities for new mums starting in April keep an eye out for details.

Did you know that singing can help to improve breathing, relieve stress, develop core muscles and improve posture, as well as boosting confidence, encouraging a feeling of belonging, and improving overall mood?

Summer term starts on Monday 23rd April and ends on 13th July.  There will be no Sing to Live on Bank Holiday Monday 7th May and on Monday 28th May and Thursday 31st May as it is half term.

Tanya Hurst is here every Monday from 2-4pm and  Marika Rauscher on Thursday from 6-8pm so  you can take part in a Sing to Live, Live to Sing workshop at the Dalgarno Centre.  It’s free and open to all residents aged 18 years and over.  You don’t need any experience and it’s fun as well as an opportunity to meet new people.

For more information, contact Sue email or download the flier.

Sing to live, Live to sing is a health programme in Kensington and Chelsea, initiated by the Council’s Arts Service in partnership with Public Health.

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Community Champions

Pancake Day

Lots of pancakes... We started our February half term activities off by celebrating Pancake Day a day earlier than usual.  With the help of our…