Bothersome neighbours

Support to locals who experience any type of hate crime (surely not in our leafy streets) comes in the form of a drop-in centre at Kensington Town Hall in Hornton Street, which opened this week. If you are affected by graffiti or mean and nasties neighbours you can pop in on Thursday’s between 2pm and 4pm. “Any type of hate crime is a criminal offence and will not be tolerated in Kensington and Chelsea,” says PC Kirstie Miller who helped set up the service, “The purpose of these sessions is to provide confidential help and support to victims of hate crime and to encourage people to report incidents to us”. All reporting is confidential. You can speak to one of the team by calling 101 and asking to be put through to a member of the Kensington and Chelsea Community Safety Team.

More from Notting Hill Post

Another sale – this time it's Orla

Orla Keily (Irish designer of lovely things) is taking over the Twentieth...
Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *