Stronger communities

Time To Talk: About making Brent a safer place

The next Time To Talk event will focus on violent crime, finding solutions together as a community and looking beyond the headlines at some of the positive news about crime in Brent. It will take place at Roundwood Youth Centre in Harlesden NW10 on Thursday 22 August, 7-9pm. The event is free to attend and light refreshments will be provided. To register your interest, go to 

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