Camden Information Services

Camden Information Services is Camden Council’s central information service. Camden Information Services enables Camden Council to provide information about, and referrals to, local organisations and services to members of the public. Camden Information Services also provides information services to local advice agencies and other community groups. The Services’ “Cindex Database”: enables you to search more… Read more »

Camden History Society

The Camden History Society exists to promote interest in the history of all parts of the London Borough of Camden. It has a programme of monthly lectures, held at various venues in the borough, and there is an annual outing. The Society publishes a wide range of material on the history of streets, people, trades… Read more »

Minutes of meetings 2005-2006

Minutes of meetings held in 2005 and 2006 are available to download as Word documents: “21.02.05”:http://www. “21.11.05”:http://www. “05.06.06”:http://www. “16.10.06”:http://www.

Residents’ meeting on 23 April

The next meeting of IARA will be on Monday 23 April, from 7-9 pm at St. Patrick’s School in Raglan Street. Please let anyone else know who you think may be interested. If they are not on the e-mail list, please ask them to contact us. We hope to have an update on plans for… Read more »

Kentish Town Baths

This update from Ralph Scott, ward councillor ??Dear Friend,?? ??What: Kentish Town Baths User Group meeting?? ??Where: Kentish Town Community Centre?? ??When: Wednesday 28 March, 7.30pm to 9.00pm?? ??The renovation of Kentish Town Baths is moving forward with the first important date in the diary set for early April when the Executive of Camden Council… Read more »

Police liaison update

John Nicholson from Raglan Street has been attending the Kentish Town Safer Neighbourhoods meetings for IARA and this is his report for February 2007: ??I attended this meeting again on Wednesday 7 February, as did Dominic. Unfortunately the meeting still lacked focus and drifted somewhat.?? ??The meeting included a presentation from Camden Detached Project who… Read more »