And just to give you a taste of what we do - here are just some of the projects we are currently delivering or have delivered recently.
We are looking for an efficient and dynamic part time Community Champions Co-ordinator to support the day to day coordination of the Community Champions project as directed by the Community Champions Project Manager. The job is for 14 hours per week – Monday to Friday. There is some flexibility on hours worked.Have a look at the job description and if this sounds like the job for you, please fill in the application form and return it to us by Monday, 25th June 2018 on this email firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Nucleo Project is a social action programme in North Kensington that uses the pursuit of musical excellence as a way to enrich the lives of children, young people and their families.
Every Monday from 2-4pm and Thursday from 6-8pm 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.
The Dalgarno Men’s Group have been going for some time. Under the guidance of Davendra Dangol and Meriem Bellafkish a dozen men gathere each Friday from 11am to 1pm and create all sorts of things.
Come and join our FREE activities every Tuesday and Thursday from 4pm-5.45pm. Activities include: Homework Club, Play activities and exercises, Art session, Reading, writing and Maths, E -safety & basic IT skills
“Dalgarno Trust is my favourite place. I have been residing in the area since 1994. The centre is alive with diverse community attending. I feel at home again. A while back it was turned into a business model - people were not feeling the warmth - but recently it has changed and slowly is changing back to the way it used to be. Lovely atmosphere - the women's empowerment group and other services are doing a fantastic job. Continuing this kind of service to the wider community would be very beneficial and worthy for the future.”Papia Hussain