Community Champions are local people who volunteer their time to connect to local communities and residents with local services. The Champions have success because they know and understand the culture and language of local communities and are able to tune into the communities’ needs and aspirations.

The Champions can reach out to the community in different ways from healthcare professionals. They meet people on the streets, knock on their doors and talk to them regularly and can use the rich insight they hear from residents to work with commissioners and other professionals to influence services and messages. The Champions also support local residents in making informed choices about a range of issues linked to their health and wellbeing. Through the programme the Champions are supported in gaining vital skills, training and experience to progress them in their own careers.

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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?

Sing to Live starts again at the Dalgarno Trust on Monday 2nd September from 2 to 4pm and on Thursday, 5th September from 6pm to 8pm.

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 Joy email 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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