A CHARITY that provides hot meals for people sleeping rough may be forced to close after a homeless hostel told them they can no longer cook on their premises. Click here to read more.
Following the news that after a long campaign by tenants against eviction after the sale of their homes by their previous landlord, and their homes having been bought by the housing association Dolphin Living Trust with a promise to keep…
Tenants at the Butterfields estate in Walthamstow have been handed a lifeline in their fight against eviction after a housing association agreed terms to buy their homes. Click here to read more.
Women built Waterloo Bridge during the last World War. Click here to read more
Rally in Altab Ali park, march, rally in St George’s Gardens plus many other community and political events https://battleofcablest80.squarespace.com/events/
There is equipment available that can monitor blood sugar levels without having to constantly test by pricking fingers which causes calusses and eventual numbing of the fingertips. This new monitor costs £1,000 and will cost £3,000 a year to run,…
Labour is asking you what the world of work should look like in 2020 because the Tories are letting down working people. Too many of us face low pay and job insecurity. We want to hear about your experiences at…
Attached is a flyer for this year’s women’s walking tour with Go London Tours on Thursday 25th August 2016 starting promptly at 1700hrs. Places are limited and cost £5 per person – first come, first served basis.
Whipps Cross Hospital in Leytonstone is run by Barts Health Trust. Click here to read more.
Click here to read more The list of 534 organisations, which can be read in full here, includes firms such as Tesco, Nando’s, Boots, Superdrug, Morrisons, Asda, Co-op, WHSmith, Poundstretcher, Cash Converter, DHL and a host of other major corporations.