Abbey Community Assocation (ACAL) manages the Abbey Centre as the vibrant community hub for south Westminster's diverse population of over 50,000 people. We celebrate & welcome the diverse cultures of south Westminster; from life-long residents to more recent arrivals from around the world. We bring local people & service providers together ensuring people living and working in the area are better connected. We also support local groups and networks to flourish by providing access to affordable community space and capacity building advice. We facilitate the South Westminster Action Network that brings community members and service providers together.
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South Westminster Neighbourhood/Economic Network Meetings
Chair: Jane Buttigieg
South Westminster Health & Wellbeing Network Meetings
Chair: Sue Scott (Head of Business Development & Quality, Wandsworth Westminster Mind)
Meeting dates 2016/17
27th September 2017 - Employment Interventions & Barriers to Employment - meeting agenda
22nd November 2017
Meeting dates 2016/17
The Westminster Homeless Action Together Network aims to bring partners and stakeholders across Westminster together to facilitate joint working, better communication, improved services and increased quality of life/health outcomes of the rough sleeper community.
To fulfil these aims, members agreed on the following Terms of Reference.
To bring together local agencies of all sectors to improve and develop services for rough sleepers in Westminster by encouraging joint working, information and best practice sharing, service coordination and maximising leverage of external resources to local service providers.
The group is open to organisations from all sectors and any individuals supporting the needs of rough sleepers in Westminster.
19th September 2017, 6pm - 8pm, at The Abbey Centre - "Impact of Early Trauma & Working with Homeless Migrants" - Meeting agenda
5th December 2017, 6:30 - 8:30pm - Theme TBC
Past Meetings, Themes & Agendas
22nd March 2016: Co-designing Network Priorities and Terms of Reference; Themes and Dates of Future Meetings
28th June 2016: Westminster City Council Rough Sleeping Strategy 2017-20 – Engaging the WRSPN in the re-write
27th September 2016: SPICE & the Street
7th December 2016: Trafficking and Violence Against Women and Girls
14th March 2017: London Mayor's Priorities & Interventions Around Rough Sleeping & Sustaining Settlements
27th June 2017: Housing Justice Hosting