Meet the news team at this year’s Kilburn Festival
Event will celebrate music, film and art produced by Kilburn community
This weekend the community will come together to celebrate music, film and art produced by residents at the Kilburn festival.
And to show our support for this annual celebration, the Brent and Kilburn Times news team will have a stall at Grange Park on Sunday (July 8) 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, Brent and Kilburn Times news editor, said: “It is wonderful that as the local paper we can show our support to a great community event.
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“We thoroughly enjoyed meeting members of the community last year and are really looking forward to doing it again.
“If anybody would like to come and discuss local issues affecting readers then pop over, grab a paper and a chat.”
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