King’s Park Moving Together
King’s Park Moving Together (KPMT) is a community project supporting people in the Kings Park ward of Hackney (which includes Kingsmead and Clapton Park Estates) to be more physically active.
Funded by Sport England, the project is helping people to improve their health and wellbeing by being physically active and connected in their local community and beyond.
Working with the community, we’re looking at different opportunities aimed at supporting people to feel the benefits of being physically active in their everyday lives, ensuring long-lasting change for individuals and the community for years to come.
Small grants scheme update – national lockdown
In light of the lockdown restrictions introduced Monday 4 January, we have decided to pause the small grants programme whilst these restrictions are in place.
We’re still committed to running the small grants programme when it’s appropriate to re-open the application period. We anticipate that this will be in early March but this depends on the situation with Covid and the lockdown restrictions.
We’re really disappointed to have to pause at this point but we are excited at the prospect of working with you to keep Hackney residents active when restrictions begin to ease.
Please email email@example.com if you would like to be alerted when the small grants programme re-opens.
King’s Park commonplace map
We’ve launched a map of King’s Park where you can comment on the areas and spaces you use for physical activity or think could be improved to make it easier for you to be more physically active.
Please leave comments and share the link with residents.