Harlesden Canalside – Events & Workshops in March 2021


4th March 2021 – Harlesden Virtual Quiz

This is a relaxed, social engagement event, created to be fun, spark interest and share general knowledge of the canal and surrounding areas. It is an opportunity to further share ideas, learn more about the canal and its history whilst meeting others interested in the canalside project and those on the team behind the design.

Harlesden Canalside ask that you bring your friends and create a team of 5, or we can help you to join others and meet new friends, by placing you into a group.

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15th March 2021 – Harlesden Canalside ‘Your Voice Matters’ Webinar

This event focuses on the ideas and feedback collected through engagement so far.

Harlesden Canalside have grouped comments into four main themes: Environment, Youth and Legacy, Mending, Making and Meeting – hub purpose, Supporting our Under-represented Community.

There will be speakers to present these four themes including, a representative from the Canals & River Trust, Danny Coyle Headteacher of Newman Catholic College, and an Architect from We Made That with more tbc; After which, attendees will break out into groups to discuss how your ideas can be used to support them.

Each group will then have an opportunity to discuss with the other participants and this information will feed into the design.

Harlesden Canalside also hope to identify people willing to form a sounding board who will continue to engage with 3Space, We Made That and OPDC throughout the design and build process.

The webinar will be recorded and available to view and share after the event.

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18th March 2021 – Business Workshop

This is a presentation and project information session for landowners and adjacent businesses, led by the team at 3Space, focusing on business planning.

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