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Upcoming Events

Between August and October 2021, we will run a series of co-design workshops and activities to collectively create proposals for the Community Street project. Workshops and activities will be structured in four co-design weeks between August and October. For each of the four co-design weeks, workshops will take place on Thursdays and Saturdays, and there will be various dates, times and formats to participate, including on-site face-to-face workshops, drop-in sessions and online workshops. Below are the dates and details of the forthcoming workshops and activities. Please join us at our next set of workshops:
 

Thursday 30th September. 12 – 2pm. Pod at Thorpe Close.
Drop-in session “Create your own public space”: Participants will point at the key priorities for improving the Westway Trust’s land, focusing on key aspects around lighting, wayfinding, street furniture and greenery.

Thursday 30th September. 4pm – 6pm. Pod at Thorpe Close.
Children’s workshop “Create your own public space”: In collaboration with the artists Lydia Gandaa and J King. Children will imagine how the Westway could be in the future and they will create a collective piece with the artists.

Saturday 2nd October 11am - 1pm. Tabernacle.
Drop-in session “Create your own public space”: Participants will point at the key priorities for improving the Westway Trust’s land, focusing on key aspects around lighting, wayfinding, street furniture and greenery.
 

Below are the various opportunities to participate:

  • Drop-in session “Create your own public space"
    30 Sep, 12:00 – 14:00
    Pods on Thorpe Close, Thorpe Cl, London W10, UK
    Participants will point at the key priorities for improving the Westway Trust’s land, focusing on key aspects around lighting, wayfinding, street furniture and greenery.
  • Imagining the future Westway - Children’s workshop
    30 Sep, 16:00 – 18:00
    Pods on Thorpe Close, Thorpe Cl, London W10, UK
    In collaboration with the artists Lydia Gandaa and J King. Children will imagine how the Westway could be in the future and they will create a collective piece with the artists.
  • Drop-in session “Create your own public space”
    02 Oct, 11:00 – 13:00
    The Tabernacle, Notting Hill, 35 Powis Square, London W11 2AY, UK
    Participants will point at the key priorities for improving the Westway Trust’s land, focusing on key aspects around lighting, wayfinding, street furniture and greenery.
  • Online workshop
    14 Oct, 18:30 – 20:30 BST
    Zoom event
  • Online workshop
    21 Oct, 18:30 – 20:30 BST
    Zoom event