Post Tagged with: "Leyton"

4Nov
2012

Do the Boundary Commission changes to Walthamstow matter?

The Boundary Commission for England have proposed breaking up the current Walthamstow parliamentary constituency, to merge the north of the area with Chingford and the south with Leyton. So what?

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29Jun
2012

Cheesecloth play the Hare and Hounds

Cheesecloth are playing a free gig at the Hare and Hounds on Lea Bridge Road on Saturday 30 June. It will be their last show before the Autumn.

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20May
2012

Party on the Pitch at Leyton Orient

The Party on the Pitch concert saw Alexandra Burke, Scouting for Girls and The Saturdays perform to thousands of people at Leyton Orient stadium on Saturday 19 May.

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2Apr
2012

Brodie’s ‘Bunny Basher 3′ Beer Festival

Brodie’s Beers are hosting another ‘Bunny Basher’ beer festival at the King William IV pub near Baker’s Arms over Easter. The beer festival will feature forty Brodie’s beers.

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7Nov
2011

The Ivy York Band play free charity gig

The Ivy York Band are headlining a night of free live music and dancing at The Birkbeck Tavern in Leyton on Friday 2 December. The night is in aid of the charity The AAT.

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8Oct
2011

Love Orient, Hate Racism

Steve White & The Protest Family will be playing a free gig in Leyton on Saturday 15 October as part of an anti-racism campaign.

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8May
2011

Business event at Leyton Orient

The Walthamstow-based business networking organisation, New Direction Partnership, is organising the North East London Business Expo. The Expo is at Leyton Orient FC and takes place on Tuesday 17 May.

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19Mar
2011

Forest Recycling Project

Last week was the first time I’d ever been into the Forest Recycling Project (FRP) on Bakers Avenue, near the Bakers Arms. What a cracking find it was too. FRP is situated next to the Hornbeam Cafe. On first glance it doesn’t look like much, but the place is massive inside and there are all sorts of items available from there. I popped in to see if they would take a TV cabinet which I didn’t need any more. The […]

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3Mar
2011

Hornbeam cafe announce March events

The Hornbeam cafe have announced details of their events in March (and even a few in April). We went down to Hornbeam for the vegan Sunday roast the other week and it was delicious, with a good atmosphere too. Highlights of the calendar for March are a Pancake Day event this Saturday (5 March) and the Fairtrade day next Saturday (12 March). As well as the usual treats, Hornbeam are promising a range of other Fairtrade delights to try, including […]

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26Feb
2011

The census in Waltham Forest

The 2011 Census is happening in March and the awareness campaign has been launched in Waltham Forest. The census is a survey of everyone in the UK, and it happens every ten years. The information used not only builds up a picture of social change, but it helps inform government policy. The census will be happening around the 27 March 2011. Every household will receive a form which you’re required by law to fill in. In 2001 around 86% of […]

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