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Vulnerability Panel (Camden Council)

London Borough of Camden3rd Floor, 5 Pancras Squarec/o Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
A multi-agency panel which scrutinises possession proceedings where there is vulnerability. It also advises on the management of complex cases and this may include recommendations for additional support, supported housing, sheltered housing or other transfers. All other options should have already been tried. Panel should…

Wages Due Lesbians

Crossroads Womens Centre25 Wolsey MewsLondonNW5 2DX
International, multi-racial network campaigning for social, economic, civil and legal rights for lesbian women. Fighting against all forms of discrimination.
020 7482 2496 Fax: 020 7209 4761 Textphone/Minicom: 020 7482 2496

We Are Camden (Camden Council)

(replaces Camden Consults Database and We Are Camden Consultation Hub Camden Council)
Camden Town HallJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
This searchable database allows residents to take part in consultations via the website. They can also find details of current, future and completed council consultations and view results or reports.
020 7974 1977 Fax: 020 7974 6057

Welfare Rights Team (Supporting People Directorate) (Camden Council)

London Borough of Camden5 Pancras Squarec/o Camden Town Hall, Judd Street,LondonWC1H 9JE
Provides information and advice on welfare benefits to vulnerable Camden residents particularly those accessing social care services, including vulnerable, sick or disabled and older people. Support for Camden staff and voluntary agencies working on welfare benefits issues with Camden adults and provides training, take-up and…
020 7974 6134 Fax: 020 7974 5866

West Euston Healthy Community Project

(Also known as the H-pod at Cumberland Market)
H-Pod West Euston Healthy Community Project BuildingCumberland MarketLondonNW1 3RH
Community centre. Older people's activities include: chair based exercise, community cafe, exercise classes, English country dancing. Children's activities include: Top Tots (parent and toddler play and exercise), parent exercise classes (free classes with free creche), After-school homework club, Little fingers (parent and baby drop-in) and…
020 7387 4401

West Euston Partnership

29-31 Hampstead RoadLondonNW1 3JA
Neighbourhood partnership of local stakeholders from community, voluntary, private and public sector partners. Works Camden-wide and in other London Boroughs. The WEP One Stop Shop provides an advice centre and community resource that provides free, professional, confidential information, advice and guidance (IAG) on employment, training,…
020 7388 6007, 020 7388 7932 Fax: 020 7388 8091

West Hampstead Amenity and Transport

(WHAT)
64 Hillfield RoadLondonNW6 1QA
Community pressure group for West Hampstead, concentrating on transport issues (Red routes, bus services, underground and rail), amenity issues (Post Office, libraries, open spaces and street cleaning) and major development issues (Conservation areas and rail interchange). Jester Festival meeting and stall in July.
020 7794 9723 (evenings) Fax: 020 7794 9723

West Hampstead Business Forum

(Formerly known as West Hampstead Small Traders and Residents Association)
174 West End LaneLondonNW6 1SW
Represents the interests of businesses, large and small, in the West Hampstead area. Deals with issues such as parking, street furniture, lighting, signage, pavements, security, promoting businesses within the area, promoting businesses to visitors.
020 7794 7788

About Local Offer West Hampstead Library

(Including Rhyme Time, Baby Bounce, Toy Library and AM Club)
Dennington Park RoadLondonNW6 1AU
Public library run by Camden Council. Collection includes books, talking books, CDs and DVDs, newspapers, periodicals and self help leaflets. Children's library including toy library for under fives, Rhyme Time session for under fives Fri 11.30am-12noon, and Baby Bounce sessions for under twos Thu 11.30am-12noon…
020 7974 4444

West Hampstead Local Consultation Group

(WHLCG)
Ranulf RoadLondonNW2 2BT
Represents residents and small traders all over West Hampstead. Aims to keep the community informed on the integration of railway stations at West Hampstead.
020 7435 9375
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