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Community Festivals
Applications for Community Festival Funding 2022 - 23 are now open
Camden Council are delighted to announce we will be supporting community festivals again in 2022-2023. The ongoing challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic have highlighted the importance of Camden’s community spirit.

We have protected the £35,000 community festivals grant pot in recognition of the important role our community plays in fostering community cohesion.
Click here to find out how to apply!
Bloomsbury Festival 2021
Bloomsbury Festival 2021 Highlights
A message from Bloomsbury Festival
"We are delighted to bring you our video roundup of the 2021 festival events. Thank you to all our partners and audiences for making the festival such a lively and creative ten days. It was a pleasure to be able to present so many of the events live and to be able to offer events digitally as well. It has been a very busy and rewarding year and we hope you enjoy this video reminder."
Click here to see the programme
we were here
We Were Here at Swiss Cottage Gallery
We Were Here is a collection of eight biographies of significant individuals of African and Caribbean heritage who lived, worked or studied in Camden. Their connections to the borough date back almost 300 years, and have shaped our history.
The individuals included in this collection of stories highlight the struggles, subjugation and discrimination faced by many people across the African diaspora over centuries. They also represent triumph over adversity through not only survival, but also determination and strength. Their achievements led to significant social change in local, national and international contexts. The exhibition celebrates the lives of these individuals who, along with many others of African and Caribbean heritage, contributed greatly to Camden’s history and the history of Britain today.
noor inayat khan
Camden People's Museum
Camden People’s Museum is a collection of artworks, people and experiences that reveal the vibrant culture of the people of Camden, London. Sharing our diverse heritage through creativity, the museum presents the stories, sounds and spirit of the borough.

Click here to explore some inspirational Camdeners, including Noor Inayat Khan, who was the first woman spy to be dropped behind enemy lines in France during the Second World War

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Love Camden showcases a selection of events happening across Camden, including programming created by Camden Council. We've always aimed to be your guide to Camden in these new times we will highlight digital events and resources to support you.

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