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What’s on in Harrow Road

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Published: 1 April 2021

The Harrow Road area is full of opportunities and activities for your local community. Stay up to date with our local events and opportunities:

300 Harrow Road: site update meeting

Thursday 22 April 2021, 5.30pm on Zoom

Hear from the team at 300 Harrow Road at our monthly contractor update meeting. We’ll be talking through the latest news on the site, and you’ll have the chance to ask any questions about the works.

To register for this online event email us at [email protected]

Bright Lights

Monday 26 April to Friday 7 May 2021

Paddington Central are hosting a FREE two week Zoom access to employment training. For anyone struggling to find work or looking to better their employability please register your interest at [email protected].

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Bright Lights leaflet PDF, 2.35 MB, 1 page

Change 4 Life programme

Tuesday 27 April 2021, 2pm to 3.30pm

The Change for Life programme is inviting community members to share their ideas on how to better improve the neighbourhoods. This project needs to help of local community members and will provide training and offer skill development in all planning, design and application of the project.

Please register your interest at [email protected]

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Change 4 Life programme leaflet PDF, 336.42 KB, 1 page

Become a Digital Ambassador

Would you like to help us break the digital divide? Are you confident with using computers, tablets, and the internet? Community Fibre Digital are looking for extra digital support for people needing help using things such as Google, WhatsApp or setting up an email account.

If you’re interested in lending a helping hand visit our Digital Ambassadors pages.

For more information contact [email protected] 

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