Creating change in socially deprived areas in London

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Rowington Close

Rowington Cl · London

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The event is located in the St Mary magdalene's church

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UPDATE! We have now 4 most inspiring organisations lined up for our event around "creating change in socially deprived areas in London". They will share with us their passion and how they are working to build a greater sense of community in London. A big thank you to Paddington Development Trust who will host us for the evening. Don't miss it!

6:00 - 6:30pm Networking / Intro
6:30 - 7:45pm Presentation by (order TBC):
-> Julie's Bicycle - supporting the creative community to
act on climate change + update on "It'sOurTime"
Campaign initiative
-> Energy Gardens - reinvent gardening in the city & how
it benefits the community
-> GoodGym - how to combine regular exercise while
helping communities - get inspired!
-> Paddington Development Trust - how to engage &
support their community through a wide range of
7:45 - 8:00pm Q&A / Panel / Networking

JULIE'S BICYCLE - - London based charity supporting the creative community to act on climate change and environmental sustainability. We run a rich programme of events, free resources and public speaking engagements, which contribute to national and international climate change policy development. Working in partnership with The Comms Lab, JB support currently a national campaign to motivate and inspire 2 million young people to register to vote, with climate as their top issue.
ENERGY GARDEN - - Over the last two years, the Energy Garden team has supported communities across London to transform 30 London Overground platforms and stations into thriving gardens and food growing plots.
GOODGYM - - GoodGym helps you get fit by doing good. We’re a group of runners that combines regular exercise with helping our communities.
PADDINGTON DEVELOPMENT TRUST - - Made up of employees and volunteers who are involved in a wide range of activities from elected representation on neighbourhood forums through to helping plan and deliver community festivals. The Employment and Training teams work with other community-based organisations across London who directly help people furthest from the work-place build capacity to become economically and socially engaged.

So looking forward to seeing you there and get us all inspired!