Meet the Kilburn Times team
The newsdesk will be handing out free papers and selling books for charity at our stall
This week the community will come together to celebrate the music, film and art produced by residents at the Kilburn festival.
And to show our support for this annual celebration, the Kilburn Times news team will have a stall at Grange Park on Sunday (10) where we will be handing out free copies of the paper and selling books to raise money to keep the Kilburn Festival going.
So come down, meet our news team and find out about the news in your area.
Lorraine King, Kilburn Times news editor, said: “Kilburn is well known for its fantastic arts scene. We have the Tricycle Theatre which shows many of today’s most important plays, while the bars and venues along the High Road showcase some really great music.
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“The Kilburn festival is a fantastic event which we, on the paper, look forward to every year.
“We are really pleased to be the media sponsors of this year’s celebration and want to meet as many of our readers as possible to get your views on the issues affecting Kilburn.
- 1 Human remains found in Neasden believed to be missing Agnes Akom
- 2 Two arrests after man shot and teenager stabbed in Queen's Park
- 3 'Piercing scream' heard night two sisters killed in Kingsbury park
- 4 Jailed: Dollis Hill man who had submachine gun, over £200k cash and drugs
- 5 Boyfriend of murder victim 'fell to knees' at discovering body in Kingsbury
- 6 Photographer seeks people he took pictures of in the early 1990s
- 7 Data shows Delta is fast-becoming Brent's dominant Covid-strain
- 8 Man to appear at Old Bailey charged with murder of missing Agnes Akom
- 9 Teenager killed sisters in 'sacrifice' deal with the devil, court hears
- 10 Wembley business man wins £120,000 National Lottery prize
“So come down, grab a copy of the paper and meet the team.”