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27/10/2021

Black History Month: Celebrating Local Change Makers

Read the third in our series on local Black British change makers making history today.

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26/10/2021

Help keep the wheels turning at Chrisp Street Community Cycle Hub

In September, we worked in partnership with Hubbub and Sustrans to launch a pilot community cycle hub in Chrisp Street market, Poplar. And now we need your help to keep the cycle hub open next year.

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21/10/2021

Mile End Safer Neighbourhoods Team Drop in

Tuesday 26th October 2021

From  4pm - 5:30pm

St Paul’s Way, E3 4AJ

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18/10/2021

Resident Survey: Have your say on our services

Feedback & win £100 Amazon voucher

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15/10/2021

Change Maker: Emmanuel Baidoo

Emmanuel Baidoo, Spotlight Youth Worker, is committed to working with young people to encourage them to go after opportunities and pursue their goals.

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08/10/2021

Celebrating Local Change Makers

This Black History Month we are celebrating some of the inspiring change-makers in our community.

Safia Jama, CEO of Women’s Inclusive Team and a recent recipient of the Queens Award for Voluntary Service, champions change that empowers women to realise their full potential.

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07/10/2021

Carradale House transformed with new landscaping works

Carradale House and the surrounding area has been transformed with new environmental works.

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05/10/2021

Get help with your heating bills this Winter

The Government has two schemes to help those eligible with their heating bills during the Winter.

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21/09/2021

Fun filled Teviot festival a hit with local community

Our Teviot Festival, a community fun day was attended by more than 500 local people.

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17/09/2021

Support for families boosted with new centre open at Chrisp Street Market

A brand-new Children and Family Centre has opened at Chrisp Street Market, part of the exciting evolution of Poplar’s main commercial centre.

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13/09/2021

EWS1 Fire Risk Assessments

New Government safety advice means additional fire risk assessments have to be carried out on buildings over 18m tall (usually 5 or more storeys) with some form of combustible cladding or combustible material on balconies, and blocks less than 18m tall with specific concerns.

These assessments are known as External Wall System Assessment 1 forms (EWS1).

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02/09/2021

New Chrisp Street Children & Family Centre opening event

Don’t miss the opening of your new Chrisp Street Children and Family Centre on Tuesday 14 September, in Chrisp Street Market, from 10.30am to 2pm.

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