Celebrate Eid-ul-Adha on
Saturday 23rd September 2017
12 – 4pm
at Cranbrook Community Centre, Mace Street, London E2 0RB. Map
- Free food and drink
- Family activities
- Children’s entertainment
- Free admission
This event is run by Tower Hamlets Homes, pictures may be taken and published by THH.
There is going to be a food collection for the Tower Hamlets Foodbank at St. James the Less church, St. James Avenue, London E2 on Sunday 24th. September.
The charity requires especially but not exclusively the following items:
- tinned vegetables
- tinned tomatoes
- tinned spaghetti/hoops
- tinned fruit
- rice (500g)
- rice pudding
- tea bags (80s)
- sugar (500g)
- long-life milk
- long-life juice/cordial
Any itmes can be dropped off on the 24. September 2017 at the church from 10am onwards or after the service in the church hall from 12 noon.
Don’t worry if you cannot donate on the day, there are plenty of opportunities to donate food in supermarkets or by dropping off food directly at the food bank.
Venue: The Glasshouse Community Centre
Date and Time: Saturday 6th May 2017 10:30 – 16:30
Free tea and coffee and healthy snacks for children.
BRIGHTEN UP YOUR BALCONY
with free Geranium flowering plants and a balcony planting demonstration.
This event is organised and funded by the Parkview Residents Association.
I just wondered whether residents would want to have the succees stories of themselves, their children or residents they know published here on this website.
My granddaughter Madison was mentioned in the East End Life and also the East London Advertiser for the medals she won at swimming competitions. Recently Madison also won a Jack Petchey award.
Madison trains at the LACPP with Olympians and national and student medal winners and soon will go to the home swimming club of Adam Peaty and take part in a swimming camp, run by Adam Peaty’s award winning swimming coach Mel Marshall.
Are there any kids on the estate who take part in sports or have achieved remarkable personal goals? Any residents who want to share any stories?
Please let me know, will gladly publish photos and stories.
38 degrees currently host a petition that calls for …..”We want the government to make protecting parks a legal requirement to make sure they’re properly looked after and kept free for everyone to use………”
That has also to do with commercial festivals being organised in parks, which has a strong effect on our lives, especially as we live on the border of Victoria Park. Have a look at the petition and see if it interests you, this story was also reported by the East London Advertiser.