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How poor is the parish?

The Church Urban Fund produces data on poverty in England. The survey puts our parish among the most deprived in the country (ranking 828 out of 12,599, where 1 is the most deprived parish).

Child Poverty is ranked at 34% (Ranked 580/12,599; 1=most deprived).
Working age poverty is ranked at 18% (Ranked 1,020/12,599).
Pensioner Poverty is ranked at 37% (Ranked 407/12,599).

This highlights the need for the outstanding work of The ClementJames Centre – which supports the local community with a range of free educational, literacy and work programmes – and St Clement and St James CE Primary School. We are proud of these sister organisations and do all we can to support their work. Their work is part of our core mission.

The congregations of both churches reflect the diversity of the area.

 

News

  • St Clement’s church 150th birthday party

    September 30th, 2017

      Very many thanks to all who contributed to St Clement’s 150th anniversary at 10.30 am on 26 November 2017. It was a wonderful occasion, when friends old and new met up to give thanks for a church which has worked and worshipped in the community for so many years. On Saturday morning – and […]

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  • Silent Vigil and Prayer ended

    September 29th, 2017

      Until 4 December, there was a special time of prayer, from 7.30 – 8.00 pm each Monday at St Clement’s church, Treadgold St, W11 4BP. Fr Andrew and Margaret ran the vigil since summer. Many thanks to all they have done. Our usual monthly Monday Christian Meditation will resume in the New Year. Dates will […]

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  • Grenfell poem

    September 14th, 2017

    Fr Alan’s poem, recently published by the Guardian, can be found here. The article which accompanied it can be found here.                                                                     […]

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