The South Kilburn Trust uses income generated by The Granville to support the local community through affordable space and access to free and low cost opportunities and support for people who need it.
So when you book an event or co-working space, you help us make a positive impact and give back.
22nd May 2019 Mark Allan, our current Chief Executive, has decided to move on at this point in the South Kilburn Trust’s journey, and will be leaving the Trust at the end of June after nearly 6 years. Mark has led us through an ambitious and challenging period of growth
This April we have lots of great activities and events at The Granville. Click on the flyer below to find out more!
We have lots of amazing FREE activities running this Spring. Visits to museums, theatre, are galleries and other places of interest around London. To find out more, take a look at our programme below or call Nilufer on 07436 102 925 or the South Kilburn Trust office on 0207
Our opening hours is Monday to Friday, 8am to 10pm and Saturday, 9am to 5pm. Please note The Granville opening hours over the festive season: Monday 24th December 2018 – 8am to 4pm Tuesday 25th December 2018 – Closed Wednesday 26th December 2018 – Closed Thursday 27th December 2018 – 8am to
A community affected by immigration laws and austerity cuts packed into a talk in South Kilburn. Confronting the hostile environment – from Windrush, to housing to Universal Credit’ was held at the Granville Centre in Carlton Vale on Saturday to mark the end of Black History Month. Among the
Community Fun Day Saturday 15th September, 1-5pm A lovely way to round off the summer. People enjoyed the fun run of the community spaces at the Granville and the garden. The event included workshops, children’s activities run by Barnados, live entertainment, DJs, consultations on future development including the
Cultural Summit Attended by nearly 400 people over the two days. The Friday event welcomed arts and cultural organisations from across London, as well as Brent based artists, to find our more about Brent 2020 and opportunities get involved. Attendees heard from Carolyn Downs, Brent Council’s Chief
The Granville welcomed 800 people through it’s door in the opening week to enjoy a series of celebratory events. May 14th A Thread Runs Through it – Photography exhibition by The Granville tenant Kit Oates capturing people from the community who have had a long term relationship with The
The Granville is taking bookings for work and event space ahead of its opening in Spring 2018. The new-look Granville will boast brand new workspace and purpose built community and venue space for hire, following the completion of the refurbishment of the building this March.
The Granville, a much-loved community building in the heart of South Kilburn, is currently undergoing refurbishment, due to re-open in spring 2018. The Granville will offer community space, workspace, and a café and garden, all open to local people. At the centre of the drive to bring The Granville
I’ve been attending the physio sessions given by Maree, organised by the South Kilburn Walking Group, which has helped me improve both my balance and posture, and reduced my back strain.
At first I was anxious to talk to someone about my difficulties finding a job. But since meeting Verena from the Employment team, the support I have received from her has given me a lot of confidence.