Tag Archives | Charity

A glimpse into Notting Hill’s history with this short film on Notting Hill Housing

Anyone interested in the history of Notting Hill and its residents should take a look at this fascinating video on the formation of Notting Hill Housing. This housing association was formed in the early 1960s as a result of the appalling living conditions that some residents faced – alongside other social issues that immigrants were […]

Read full story Comments { 1 }
Architect in the House - Peter Morris Architects

Join the ‘Architect in the House’ scheme to receive professional architectural advice and support Shelter

Local homeowners who are thinking of a design revamp in the near future may be very pleased to hear about the new initiative ‘Architect in the House’ – one which also benefits the housing and homelessness charity Shelter. Local architect Peter Morris and his architectural practice Peter Morris Architects are taking part in this scheme, […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Oxjam Notting Hill Takeover

Oxjam Notting Hill’s main event on 19th October!

After an exciting build up across the country this year, Oxjam 2013 comes to a close on the 19th October with venues all over the UK showcasing the best up and coming talent this country has to offer – whilst also raising money for the very worthy cause, Oxjam, of course! And, of course, Notting […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Oxjam Notting Hill Film Screening

Oxjam Notting Hill’s next event – film screening of “Legacy in the Dust: The Four Aces Story”

Ahead of Oxjam Notting Hill’s grand finale on 19th October, they are hosting a film screening of¬†Legacy in the Dust: The Four Aces Story at the pop up cinema on Portobello Road on 3rd October. The film’s snoypsis: In the 1960s Mr. Newton Dunbar arrived in the UK from Jamaica and founded one of the […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }