South Kilburn Trust is at an important and exciting stage of its development.
We are a growing charity and wish to recruit a full-time Finance Manager to oversee all income and expenditure and ensure robust and effective systems are in place.
Candidates should ideally have a professional accountancy qualification, but applications from part-qualified accountants with substantial professional experience will also be considered.
A minimum of 3 years’ experience of working in financial management and a minimum of 2 years’ experience at a senior level in a busy organisation are essential.
If you think you have the experience and would like to know more about this role, contact our Chief Executive, Carl Blackburn at email@example.com or 020 7328 1199.
For more information please click here https://southkilburntrust.org/jobs/
Residents Support Fund.
If you are a Brent resident and have been impacted financially or personally by Covid-19, you could be eligible for financial support.
An interest-free loan, grant or both.
Who can apply?
If you are a Brent resident
Aged 18 or over.
If you have been impacted by coronavirus.
If you do not have more than £6,000 in savings at the time of application.
You must be willing to provide any reasonable supporting information.
For more information please visit https://www.brent.gov.uk/services-for-residents/benefits-and-money-advice/resident-s-support-fund/
We were delighted to receive a visit from HRH the Duchess of Cornwall on Wednesday 19th February. Camilla was welcomed by Brent’s Mayor and Chief Executive as well as by our own Chief Executive, Carl Blackburn.
Camilla met a range of people involved in Brent 2020’s Borough of Culture, including the Blueprint Collective, volunteers and people who took part in the amazing Rise opening ceremony.
She walked around a packed Front Room, mingling and talking with a wide range of residents, community groups, volunteers and parents and toddlers from the Granville Plus Nursery School.
Carl then gave Camilla a tour of the creative studios that make up The Granville’s Enterprise Hub, and introduced her to the enterprises that are based here, including Urban Cordial, K2K Radio, Dayo’s Handmade Cards, the British International Education Association and To The T, amongst others.
The Duchess’ visit ended with a performance of Irish and Albanian dance by the Ellis-Parr Dance Academy and Shpresa, and a poem by local artist Just-Ori.
Although the visit was very brief, we were able to show Camilla some of the fantastic work that takes place at The Granville and gave her a warm Brent welcome.
Do you have a few spare hours and want to give something back to the community Maybe you are looking for ways into paid work and need to get practical experience? Perhaps you want to get out of the house and meet new people? Or maybe you have a particular skill or knowledge that you would like to pass on to others?
In all of these cases, volunteering could be just right for you.
At The Granville we have a range of volunteering opportunities, from reception and admin work, gardening, cooking, IT and helping out at events.
We cover travel and lunch costs and provide training and support to help people get the most out of volunteering.
Interested? Contact Deanne@SouthKilburntrust.org
Every Saturday morning a group of local residents meet for a walk around South Kilburn, led by South Kilburn Trust’s very own Nilufer.
This is not a hike or endurance challenge – it is a leisurely stroll whilst chatting to friends and neighbours, and always ends with tea and cake! It’s a great way to get to know more about the local area and the people in it. Especially now that the weather is getting better, there is no excuse not to get out of the house for an hour or two, stretch your legs and make some new friends.
The light exercise, good company and fresh air is good for both body and soul. No need to book – just turn up at 10 am on Saturday at The Granville Reception.