Issue 17 Up Your Street

                                                             Issue 17

Wed 1st May     free 10 am -June. Art exhibition at The Mill e17 “Walthamstow Marshes”.

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Sat 4th May            10-3pm   Plants for sale. Hornbeam Centre e17
Organiclea has hand-raised seedlings to help you get ahead in the garden this late-arriving Spring, at the market stall.

                                     noon-4pm Plants for sale
At Hawkwood Nursery (Hawkwood Crescent, Chingford).

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Sun 5th May       free   5am-7am Lloyd Park dawn walk Dawn Chorus Walk and Breakfast. Meeting at the Forest Road gate entrance.

Contact
Rachel Hoyes r.hoyes@tcv.org.uk

“Enjoy a magical early morning stroll in the park and hear the birds singing their dawn chorus. Learn how to identify different bird calls then enjoy a light breakfast. Meet 5:00am at Forest Road Gate, we know it is an early start but specialist Peter Beckenham assures us it’s the best time. It will be an hour’s walk followed by a relaxing breakfast with plenty of time for questions.”

                                 free   2.15-4.30pm Beating the Bounds    
“Walk around the ancient bounds of Leyton Marsh former Lammas Lands; meet at the Ice Centre Car Park, Lea Bridge Road. Free event organised by the New Lammas Lands Defence Committee. For more information contact, Cath.rasbash@bloomsbury.com.”

Tues 7th May   free to join in. 9-11am.Queens Road Cemetery Wildflower meadow planting
Waltham Forest Friends of the Earth and Friends of Queens Road Cemetery are teaming up to plant a wildflower meadow. Walthamstow (Queens Road) Cemetery, Queens Road, Walthamstow, E17 8QP Contact Tom on hovis21@gmail.com or 020 7566 1673, or just turn up on the day.

free  12.30-2pm. Age  55 and over taster dance classes . Whittington Park Community Centre,  Yerbury Road, Upper Holloway, London N19 4RS. Nurture to Health Dance Project
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Wed 8th May  £3 Haringey Independent Cinema at West Green Learning Centre Tottenham, Screening of Ken Loach’s “The Spirit of 45”.
Thurs 9th May £2.50  1pm  Hackney PictureHouse Reminiscence screening “This Sporting Life”.
NB.Currently the movers and shakers in the London Borough of Waltham Forest are the folk in Walthamstow.
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