We had a great time hosting local kids for a Summer of Fun and Food @ KPCC. They had a lot of fun too!
Massive thanks to every one who has helped!!
The KPCC HOOP HOP TROOP is a project delivered by the Kennington Park Community Centre and Simply Smiley Productions. It was funded by the National Lottery Community Fund distributed by Power to Change.
Live on Kennington Park Estate? Live or work nearby? Come to events or activities in the Centre? Do you want to be more involved in our local community? Why not become a Member of the Community Benefit Society now running our Community Centre?
A membership form can be found here – please complete and return to Kennington Park Community Centre, 8 Harleyford Street, SE11 5SY, or by email to email@example.com.
It’s been a while – but the Tenants’ & Residents’ Association is holding an online Annual General Meeting on 16 March 2022 to elect our officers and discuss issues such as rents, service charges, parking, repairs and cleaning. All Estate residents are welcome. The Zoom link is https://bit.ly/KPETRA. Please register is advance.
About the new Covid-19 measures
All tenants and residents living on Kennington Park Estate are invited to our next informal meeting on Thursday 1 April 2021 at 7pm. The link to register in advance for this meeting is: http://bit.ly/3qTqYtN After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. We will be joined by Matt Hopkins, Hyde’s Property Manager and our agenda will include rents and service charges, the changes to communal areas requested by the London Fire Brigade, and the continuing electricity and gas mains supplies work on the Estate. We are also more than happy to discuss any problems you may be having as a result of the continuing Lockdown. If you cannot come to the meeting but have any problems or issues you would like to raise with the TRA, please get in touch. We can be contacted via the form to the right of this post. The…
A message from the Census – Census Day has now passed. You must fill in your census, if you haven’t already. Whatever your needs, there are support services to help you. If you need help, visit www.census.gov.uk or call 0800 141 2021. Sunday March 21 marked the day that millions of people across England and Wales completed key questions about themselves and their households to ensure local services in every community are informed by the best information possible. However, for those who have not yet submitted their online or paper questionnaires or have maybe misplaced their invitation letter, there is lots of help available. “The information you provide needs to be about who usually lives in your household on Census Day, which was Sunday March 21, however if you’ve haven’t completed it yet, please do so – there’s still time to,” the Office for National…