Issue 17 Up Your Street

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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).

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

Rachel Hoyes

“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,”

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 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
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.