The WMC has provided for the needs of adult learners for over 160 years. We are recruiting a number of governors to join the Board as some of our current long-serving governors are stepping down.
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The Foundling Museum is delighted to announce that award-winning poet, playwright and author Lemn Sissay, MBE has been appointed to its Board of Trustees.
First major exhibition ‘Open for Discovery: Step inside the scientific mind of the Crick’ opening at The Francis Crick Institute on Thursday 20 April 2017.
The British Library has selected a consortium led by property developer Stanhope, working with architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, as preferred partner for a project to develop a 2.8 acre site to the north of its Grade I Listed building at St Pancras.
Knowledge Quarter partners are invited to join Regent High School at their Early Summer Fair, which this year will take place on Saturday 6 May 2017 from 11.30am-2.30pm.
The Unusual Suspects Festival is a unique set of collaborative events, hosted by different organisations from a variety of sectors, across different venues in a city. It connects people who would not ordinarily meet, in order to craft, shape and collaborate.
Camden Giving aims to overcome inequalities in Camden by giving grants to grassroots organisations. We are able to do this by bringing together money and knowledge from the public, private and voluntary sectors to make Camden a fairer and more inclusive place to live and work.
National charity The Reading Agency is offering a simple way for businesses to take part in World Book Night, an annual celebration of reading and books, on or around 23 April 2017.
Impact Hub King’s Cross is a very different kind of space. It is a place to meet, work, connect and be inspired. It is now recruiting for two new positions: Community Manager and Community Enabler – Business Advisor.
The Knowledge Quarter is delighted to invite staff from Knowledge Quarter organisations to the next in our series of private breakfast view at the London Canal Museum.