Issue 7. Up Your Street

Sat 15th Feb  £4  2-4pm  A History of Tottenham Marshes

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Christine Protz will give a PowerPoint presentation based on her recent booklet ‘A History of Tottenham Marshes’. Informative talk about the Marshes. Coffee and biscuits will be available for a small donation.

Meet at Waterside Centre (WSC), Stonebridge Lock.(bus from Tottenham Hale)
To book a place, please e-mail contact@tottenhammarshes.org or phone 020 8808 5612.

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Tues 18th Feb free 10-4pm Bethnal Green Gardens by station. Family healthy living day.

Wed 19th Feb free 6.30pm.Woodford Library, :Exhibition and Film: “Being Civil in Redbridge” Exhibition and Film Launch for LGBT History Month.

                          free  (£5 donation expected).6.30pm

Everything you ever wanted to know about the regeneration of east London but were afraid to ask
A talk by Ralph Ward
At the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) This talk, for the East End Preservation Society, will take place at the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) at 37 Spital Square from 6.30 to 8pm. Seats must be booked in advance. eastendsociety@virginmedia.com

bicycles at Bethnal Green

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Sat 22nd Feb free  11-4.30pm Event – Bruce Castle History Fair. Tottenham.

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*New* Bethnal Green Stories

This exciting new project has been funded by Affinity Sutton and aims to engage local residents in sharing their stories about the area. If you live in Affinity Sutton housing in Bethnal Green, and you would like to share your experiences and memories of the area, please contact Claire (claire@ech.org.uk) or Jake (jake@ech.org.uk).

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