A post- Notting Hill Carnival residents’ meeting will take place on October 30.
It takes place at the Tabernacle, in Powis Street,and will allow residents to discuss the annual street party, which took place this year on August 27 and 28.
Organised by carnival organisers London Notting Hill Carnival Enterprises Trust Ltd (LNHCET), the meeting will be attended by representatives of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea , Metropolitan Police, Westminster City Council and other interested parties.
At last year’s meeting, at Kensington Town Hall, a passionate audience of more than 100 people argued for and against the relocation the carnival .
LNCET said it wanted to return the event “to its roots” while other topics discussed included toilet provisions and the carnival route.
This year's carnival was dominated by the Grenfell Tower tragedy, with two separate one-minute's silences taking place, while those attending wore green in a show of solidarity .
The meeting begins at 7pm.
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