Regents Park Community Champions

  • Ellie Rudd
  • April 29, 2020

Have Your Say!! 
We are consulting local residents of Regents Park Estate to find out what YOUR priorities are for the next year – The Community Champions will then use this research to inform any community led action they create!
Complete the consultation here: 
Become a Champion! 
We are now running our Training and Planning sessions starting 23rd February – get in touch with Ellie, the coordinator and book your place 



So Far…

Over 5000 individual meals have been served since May 2020

An additional 600 meals and gift bags were provide to local residents as part of a Christmas to Your Door Delivery

Over 100 local and Camden based volunteers have joined at least one meal delivery

100 Summer Activity Packs have been delivered to young people aged 8-13 (see here)

24 local residents in lockdown at Esther Randall Court received Kindness letters from young people

Community Members Volunteering Opportunities
Every Tuesday our partners Bengali Workers Association have a Hot Meal Service  delivery! Volunteers who are within walking distance, can cycle or drivers are welcome!
  • Opportunities to support preparation and packing from 11am
  • Deliveries from 1:30pm
Please get in touch with Minara Uddin
We have been working closely with partners Bengali Workers Association to deliver hot meals to vulnerable community individuals and households during lockdown. Other partners such as Hopscotch Women’s Centre, One Housing Esther Randall Court and KCBNA members have also received meals. We successfully supported 14 deliveries between May and December 2020!
FYA young people from our regent park families have been able to receive meals and we have supported volunteer procurement and communication with volunteers.
Youth Virtual Volunteering
We have a great virtual volunteering opportunity on Mondays for young people aged 11-24 to lead some of the response and planning for the community, during this crisis but also as we are able to bring the community back together in various ways.
Young people will be able to earn AQA accredited experience and certificates and make a positive difference in their community, for now, from their own homes.
They might plan an online/physical event for the community, work out how we can reach more residents to find out what they need and listen to their ideas and opinions, help other young people and community members.
If you are interested whatsapp/text Ellie, or DM us on insta @fyaonroad 

About Us
We have received some funding from Camden Council for the Regents Park Community Champions programme! Three estates across Camden are taking part in this incredible project to enable, empower and connect people within our estates, and maybe even across communities.The other organisations involved are South Hampstead and Kilburn Community Partnership (SHAK) and Elfrida Rthbone.
However, just as the project was about to start, the COVID 19 outbreak occurred across the world. Within days of government guidance increasing physical and social distancing,  mutual aid groups and brilliant community action popped up everywhere. Community organisers were stepping in left right and centre to try to ensure that the most vulnerable and isolated in our communities were not forgotten, and this has only increased during and post lockdown.
We are now planning how we can continue to support our local community, both in relation to Covid-19 and its impacts, but also more widely to address other issues and bring the community together.
For more information on the project or to find out how to get involved: contact Ellie Rudd or 07923849277

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