issue 26 Up Your Street

Up Your Street issue 26

 

Sat 26th July  free  10.30 am-4pm with a walk at 11 and  a talk at 3pm  Narrow Way, Hackney. Not sure if the walk is free.

Pop along to the Narrow Way at the top of Mare Street for a special day with Hackney Museum filled with something for everyone!

                                 20p 10-2pm table top sale with the Cat and Kitten Care at Spruce Hill Baptist Church Brookscroft Rd E17 .

Tues 29th July free  2pm  Claremont Singers sing at Culpeper Gardens Islington.

Sat 2nd Aug      free 1-6pm Walthamstow Village  Festival.

Eid Mubarek to subscribers acknowledging Ramadan.

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Issue 25 of Up Your Street

                                          Up Your Street issue 25.

 Thurs 20th June   free 2-5pm The Stuart Low Trust** invites us to tea at The Culpeper Gardens hosted by Robin King in The Tea Hut, Culpeper Community

Garden, 1 Cloudesley Rd, Islington N1 0EG (weekly)

                                      £3  1.30-4.30pm East Ham Town Hall ( a Grade 11 listed building in Barking Road). Seniors tea dance

                                      free  7-8.30pm Gallery talk at Tokarska Gallery, Forest Road, E17 with Sharon Drew. Book via Eventbrite..

                                      free 6.30-8pm Chandos Hub, 90 Chandos St E15 Newham Community networking night. All welcome.

Fri 21st June             £3 donation for materials. 10.30-12.30pm “Elders Crafting” with Sara at Lea Bridge Library. Stories made into quilts!  

Sat 22nd June           free 2pm Medicinal Herbal Walk Coldfall Wood, North London. Ask Rasheeqa for details.

                                       £15 for 3 courses. 6.30 open for “Fork to Fork” at Hornbeam Café E17.(latest booking 9pm).
Advance booking is essential – email
cafe@hornbeam.org.uk

Go along and see the RAGWORKS recycled textiles exhibition of bags at the Hornbeam Café!
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Sun 23rd June           free     10 am Waterworks Walk about herbs. Book in advance at Lee Valley Parks. That’s the Waterworks Centre opp. Greyhound Pub on Lea bridge Road going west.

                                        free  2-4pm No need to book.
The penultimate film in the Border Film Series In This World (2002, 15) all about The Silk Road showing Iran, Pakistan, Turkey and London. Museum of Docklands.

 
Mon 24th June          free 1-145pm Rasheeqa Ahmad from Hedgherbs comes along to talk to Lea Bridge Seniors with Up Your Street at the Community Room, Lea Bridge Road Library. Book at Eventbrite or gillianamuir@aol.co.uk Come at noon for a free cuppa, free raffle and jolly good company.

                                     Final session of Lea Bridge Seniors with Up Your Street at the Library.

Tues 25th June   free      1.15-1.55pm. No need to book.  Museum of London( by Moorgate.) Talk “Hidden no longer: community history-making in London”

Dr Andrew Flinn will examine the origins and motivations behind community history-making, some of the changes and controversies that have occurred and how mainstream history may be challenged in the digital age.”

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**The Stuart Low Trust in White Lion Street, Angel, Islington says generously, ” All our activities are either free or low cost. We welcome participants regardless of their circumstances or area of residence.

No formal arrangements are required to attend our events – just come along and check us out!”

Up Your Street subscribers  from Leyton, Leytonstone, Hackney, Islington and Haringey do go along. Join us!

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Wed 26th June free