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Camden author and teacher Andy Scott has been using his own recently-published book to support children's literacy in his school. Andy's book, Billy the Brave: The World’s First Superhero, which was published in June, is set in the dinosaur era. The story follows Billy Gondwana’s nail-biting quest to rescue his brother from the Jungle of No Return as he battles some of the most deadly...

More than 30 young people discussed their views on the use of social media, mental health and racism during a debate for 16 to 21-year-olds in Camden last Thursday, 9 November. The free Real Talk event at the Crowndale Centre, Camden, offered a safe space for young people to express their opinions and challenge preconceptions on topics that matter to them. Discussions focused on questions...

Young people, youth workers and organisations who support young people came together at Camden Town Hall on Tuesday 7 November to celebrate Youth Work Week 2023. Stalls showcasing the amazing variety of youth organisations and youth work in Camden were set up on the civic floor of the Town Hall before an event in the Council Chamber, chaired by local young people, which comprised a quiz,...

Interested in film and TV training? If you’re aged 18 and over and live in Camden, you can apply for a free course and learn from the experts. Date of course: 21 to 22 November Venue: to be confirmed (in Camden) Apply: email info@setready.co.uk by 14 November. 

Camden's youth service has been helping to empower young people from Camden and across London through ambitious international volunteering programmes. The Camden Youth Early Help Team, in collaboration with other youth service providers, embarked on two life-changing international volunteering programmes in South Africa and Morocco this year. These initiatives expanded horizons and nurtured a...