Up Your Street. Issue 3

Issue 3 Up Your Street

Tues 24th Jan   £1. 10-1pm Hilary’s Tuesday’s Sociable Sewing at The Mill, Coppermill Lane E17

Wed 25th Jan   £5   1-4pm Chingford Assembly Hall E4 tea dance

                         £4   noon-3pm Posh Club at St Paul’s in Stoke Newington. Need to book for the cabaret and high tea.

Thurs 26th Jan free 3-5pm Gants Hill Library. Eastside Community Heritage launches the exhibition

From Cinema to Synagogue

Fri 27th   Jan    free  2.30-4pm Art 4 all. Leytonstone Library E11. Shadow Puppetry.

Sun 29th Jan   free Open Day at Organiclea

“Seasonal Blitz: our weekend volunteering opportunity, join us at 9.45 for a 10am-1pm session, preparing for wildflower planting. We advise sturdy shoes and you are welcome to stay for the Hawkwood monthly Open Day afterwards. Please do let us know in advance if you’d like to join us for the Seasonal Blitz session, by emailing plants[at]organiclea.org.uk or call us on 020 8524 4994.

Open Day (12-4pm)

All afternoon (12 – 4) Coffee, cake and delicious locally grown lunch served.

1pm Join Lee Valley Nature Photographers for a walk and talk with bird identification on site and sharing information on birdlife in the wider Lea Valley. We are participating in the RSPB’s Local Big Garden Birdwatch, on of the biggest species surveys in the world. Suitable for all from expert to first-timer – all welcome. There will be some binoculars to borrow – or bring your own if you have them. We are really pleased to be doing this in partnership with LVNP.

2.30pm Site tour

12-3pm Hawkwood Woodland School – a drop-in family learning session offering outdoor play and holistic learning for children and families. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Please email londonforestschool@gmail.com with the name and age of your children if you plan to attend, so we have an idea of numbers. There is no charge for this session.”