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#MyWestminster Day Launch

Cllr Nickie Aiken, Leader of Westminster City Council, invites you to the launch of the inaugural #MyWestminster Day Launch
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My Westminster

The Great Get TogetherTake pride in living in the heart of the city at the #MyWestminster day, a community event that will bring together people from all backgrounds to take pride in Westminster.

The event will bring together people from all backgrounds to take pride in Westminster and show all the great things about living in the heart of the city. There will be food, entertainment, sports, family activities and more. It also marks the Great Get Together, where neighbours join part of a national celebration of everything we have in common, in memory of Jo Cox MP.

Venue: Paddington Recreation Ground, Randolph Avenue, Maida Vale, W9 1PD

Date: Sunday 18 June, 11am to 3pm

If you’d like more information in the build up to the #MyWestminster Day please register your interest in our event.

 Community exhibitors

Get your community group or organisation involved by hosting an activity that shows the best of your local area.

To host an activity, please submit a registration form.

All activities should be interactive and free. There are limited spaces and priority will be given to:

  • activities or exhibitors that help people from different areas of Westminster come together
  • activities that represent your local area
  • activities that offer an intergenerational element
  • activities that showcase what’s on offer in your local area throughout the year

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