We have a number of projects and services available for our customers at Grahame Park in Barnet
This is a unique project to transform the estate. The scheme is one of the largest self-funded projects in Europe. It will lead to 3000 new homes, as well as shops, gardens, new parks, and a community hub.
There has also been investment in social and economic initiatives that will improve the lives of our customers. Whether you want help finding a job, are interested in volunteering, or you want to start your own business, we can help you.
Keep an eye on this page for the projects and services available to you in 2021/22.
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Make It Happen Programme
Are you searching for work, need training or interested in starting your own business?
Regardless of your circumstances, small steps in the right direction can Make It Happen!
We offer a range of services including interview practice, CV and cover letter support, direct vacancies with employers and assistance with starting your own business.
All of our services are free and tailored to you.
If you would like more information, check out our promotional flyer or visit the reception at the Grahame Park Old Library, The Concourse, NW9 5XA
Your new outdoor gym
A new outdoor gym has been fully installed on the Grahame Park Concourse. The gym features 14 pieces of equipment including a cross trainer, leg press and seated rowing machine and has become part of a wider plan to transform the concourse.
The opening of the gym was celebrated during Grahame's Healthy living Day which saw several of our commissioned partners deliver exercise classes, free meal kits and 1-2-1 tutorials on how to use the equipment.
Why not head down there and have a go today! Remember to download 'The Great Outdoor Gym Company' app and scan the QR codes on the machines to record your workouts.
Arts & Culture
Commissioned by Notting Hill Genesis, arts and culture aims to improve confidence and creative expression through celebrating the history of the estate and the diversity of the existing community.
Colindale Communities Trust (CCT) - Our strategic partner on Grahame Park
The CCT works in Colindale and Grahame Park developing sustainable projects and partnerships that bring people together to improve the economic and social well-being of the community.
What does the CCT do?
- Provision and management of community centres and facilities.
- Identify local needs to influence community services.
- Connecting partners to help increase the benefit of working together to benefit of the community.
- Support the improvement of skills, learning and routes to employment.
- Ensure and encourage agencies to communicate clear and accessible information.
The dedicated team of volunteers and staff offer help, advice and support to residents and visitors.
For more information call 0208 200 3014 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The CCT have a walking group initiated to get the community more fit and active. This will be occurring every Wednesday and Friday (10-11am) from the The Old Library, The Concourse. It is open to all ages and fitness levels. To find out more, call 020 8200 3014.
Interested in Volunteering?
Volunteers are a key part of our community and are highly valued.
The CCT works with other local groups and businesses to support residents into volunteering.
We have many positions available covering a range of skills. This includes receptionists, event helpers, IT support and publicity support.
If you think you can give something back to your community and gain some valuable experience in you CV please visit the The Old Library on the concourse of Grahame Park or contact Jan on 0208 200 3014 or email email@example.com
Children and Young People
Health and wellbeing programme
Updated programme of activities coming soon...
Grahame Park Community Centre
The Trust took over management of the Community Centre last year and with the aim of increasing activities for local people. The centre is available for hire for residents for parties and celebrations. If you would like to know more, please call 0208 200 3014 or visit the Old Library on the Concourse.
The Loop @ Grahame Park
Notting Hill Genesis works in partnership with Groundwork London to improve the estate environment, to promote reuse, to reduce waste and fly-tipping. The project is called REPURPOSE and is being delivered on five residential estates in London. A re-purpose E Hub - The Loop @ Grahame Park - has been set up for the residents of the Grahame Park Estate in Barnet.
The free home collection service is up and running and the hub has been open since March 2016. To arrange a collection, please contact Andrea on the number below:
Your REPURPOSE Coordinator at Grahame Park Estate is Andrea Naef. You can contact Andrea by calling 0798 1140 926 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a Grahame Park resident? Join The Loop @ Grahame Park's Facebook group or check out The Loop's eBay store.
The Loop @ Grahame Park is part-funded by players of the People's Postcode Lottery, through the Colindale Community Trust.
The re-purpose project in Grahame Park was also featured on the BBC London news.
Notting Hill Genesis has partnered with social enterprise, Tutors United to deliver after school tutoring classes. The classes are for our young residents at both our Grahame Park and Woodberry Down schemes
This service runs on Grahame Park in Barnet and Woodberry Down in Hackney. To find out more please contact SEI@nhg.org.uk
External partners we work with: