Proposed new constitution for POSK
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Opportunity to take over running of the area currently known as POSKLUB (POSK 4th floor)
See photographs from the opening
At the last Concert with Coffee we heard a remarkably interesting repertoire performed by a talented duet
See photos from the exhibition opening
Things are not as bad as they say on the street.
December is a time for review, and making plans for the following months of the New Year.
#QPR's Polish midfielder Ariel Borysiuk and CEO Lee Hoos were proud to welcome members of staff from the Polish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith to Loftus Road on Sunday following the attacks on their building earlier in the summer.
The club opened its doors to Deputy Polish Ambassador, Dariusz Łaska, as the R’s showed their support for the Polish community, as part of the Mayor of London’s #LondonIsOpen campaign.
The POSK, situated approximately a mile and a half from Loftus Road, was attacked following the EU Referendum last month in what police are treating as a racially motivated attack.