The annual Notting Hill Carnival may go down in history as the "Carnival of the Poor" if the organisers are not able to raise more money for ;be event. Mrs. Rhaune Laslett, of the Notting Hill Neighbourhood Service
16 August 1968 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
Notting Hill School earlier this year. Centre: A game at a Walt untrc Below: Two thoughtful little girls watch the Notting Hill Carnival proesssien last September. IC7 - -4 111100 . 0 .4 . • 1 `, .. • . P r 4 N r 1 1 ' . , o. r . . / .. , 4 . . •-5...
24 November 1967 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
church organ a West Indian steel band will be taking part in the service. The service will mark the opening of the Notting Hill Carnival, an annual event which includes a fancy dress parade through the streets of Kensington and week-long activities including
13 September 1968 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
not Into months but into years, which have held up our previous schemes in Lancaster Road West, and Chelsea." • The Notting Hill Carnival procession sets out for Tavistock Crescent. Story: Centre pages. K3O Hello there ! (Fred speaking) Y ears ago ants
05 September 1969 - Kensington Post - London, London, England