Hackney Winter Warmer Event ~ Thursday 30 November, from 11am-3pm at Hackney Town Hall

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The popular free event, which this year will be held on Thursday 30 November, from 11am-3pm, at Hackney Town Hall on Mare Street, is organised specifically for the borough’s over-55s.

A chance to get advice on keeping warm, keeping fit, eating healthily and saving money during the winter months. There will be stalls from local community groups and council services.

  • Get advice on saving energy and keeping warm
  • Speak to many of Hackney’s community groups
  • Eat delicious food and grab some refreshments
  • Have a free head, neck and shoulder massage
  • Find out what’s on at Hackney’s Libraries
  • Learn more about recycling
  • Find out details on courses at Hackney College
  • Pick up some free fruit and vegetables available to take home

This winter’s event takes place on Thursday 30 November 2017, between 11am and 3pm at Hackney town hall assembly rooms. 

For more information, please phone the council’s resident participation team on 020 8356 7845 or email get.involved@hackney.gov.uk

http://news.hackney.gov.uk/winter-warmer-set-to-heat-up-hackney/

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London Fields Ward Forum

London Fields Ward Forum

Come and share your views and ideas with local ward Councilors about your neighbourhood.

Topics for discussion: 

  • Update on the pilot of the new cycle way scheme and outcomes

  • Update on Hackney Councils plans for Broadway Market

  • Use of London Fields Park

  • Any Other Business

Email London.fields@hackney.gov.uk  Website: www.hackney.gov.uk/your-ward

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Fixing Fridays

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Friday, 13 October 2017 – Friday, 09 March 2018 6pm – 8pm
Do you feel frustrated by electronic and electrical appliances that stop working? Want to learn to make them last longer? Join Hackney Fixers for Fixing Fridays, where they show you how to repair and take back control. Free workshops at Dalston CLR James Library.

Booking required. Age group: 18+.

Dalston CLR James Library, Dalston Square, Dalston E8 3BQ.

Disabled access: yes.

Contact: James Diamond.

Email: info@hackneyfixers.org.uk

More Info :  Visit website

Dalston History Walk

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Saturday, 23 September 2017 11am – 1.15pm

WALK HACKNEY specializes in telling you the story of Hackney, through a series of scheduled walks around different parts of Hackney.


Once home to orphans, destitute women and a hospital for Germans, find out how rural Dalston changed into one of London’s coolest places to be. Meet 11am at Dalston Junction station. To book a place (£8)

email sean@walkhackney.co.uk

Dalston Junction Overground station, Dalston Ln, London E8 3DE. Contact: Sean Gubbins.

Email: sean@walkhackney.co.uk

Telephone: 07710 414 240

More Info : http://walkhackney.co.uk/

Hackney Carnival ~ Sunday 10 September 2017

Hackney Carnival ~ Sunday 10 September 2017

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Beats and dance routines from over 800 performers are set to return to the borough’s streets on Sunday 10 September with the return of the Hackney Carnival.

As well as spectacular costumes and energetic dancing at the Council run event, there will be sound systems and live music from around the world . The Carnival procession will start at the Queensbridge Road bridge over the Regents canal at 1.30pm, it will then move its way north where it will turn right onto Richmond Road and along Mare Street towards the Hackney Town Hall before heading up Amhurst Road, past Ridley Road down Dalston Lane and finishing back at the junction between Queensbridge Road and Richmond Road at approximately 5pm.

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Source: Countdown is on to Hackney Carnival

      As well as the procession, there is :

a pop-up play area and hula-hoop workshops in Gillett Square from 12 noon-6pm

The Hackney Play bus and other entertainment in Hackney Town Hall Square from 12 noon-3pm

Carnival judging in the Town Hall Square from 3-5pm

Sound systems and food stalls in Ridley Road from 12-8pm

Live music in Gillett Square from 12-8pm

Weekly Gardening Sessions at ‘Alden and Broadway Community Vegetable Garden’

Alden and Broadway Estate Community Vegetable Garden

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We hold Regular Weekly Gardening Sessions were tenants and residents of Alden and Broadway Estates can attend and get involved. Help us maintain the garden. We grow Vegetables, Fruit, Herbs and Salads which are shared once Harvested at weekly gardening Sessions …………..

Anyone who does not live on the two estates but is from the surrounding neighborhood and does not have access to a garden then your welcome to Join us at  gardening sessions.

Gardening Sessions take Place Every Sunday

11.00 am – 1.00 pm

(Subject to the the Weather condition – If it is raining and wet, then gardening sessions may not take place and will resume the following week).

Click Here : The Vegetable Garden Page


Photos Below from a recent Gardening Session 

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Harvesting Cauliflower from a recent Gardening Session

 

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Some of the Vegetables grown in the garden

 

Active August at The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

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Embrace the summer and get active in east London’s most energetic and inspirational Park!. Throughout every day in August, a variety of
activities will take place across Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park,         open to all ages and abilities – there really is something for everyone!

  • It’s open to everyone – young people, adults and families are all welcome

  • Feel like an athlete – enjoy being active in the iconic 2012 venues and surroundings

There’s over 300 FREE activities to enjoy!

Whether you want to join a running group, try canoeing on the Parks’ waterways or feel like you’re by the seaside at beach cricket, soccer, volleyball or yoga, you’ll be spoilt for choice! You can even use your inspiration from the recent World Para Athletics Championships and have-a-go at a variety of Para Sports, including Boccia, Sitting Volleyball and New Age Kurling.

Download the timetable to find out more.

Download The Activity Timetable  + More Info : Click Here

Visit the Website : The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

 

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Free tickets to Love Natural Love You. 7-9 July 2017 | Olympia London

Free tickets to Love Natural Love You.  7-9 July 2017 | Olympia London

A heavenly day out for all of us that want a happier healthier lifestyle. Enjoy shopping for natural food, drink, beauty, fitness, home and health products, Free Samples, Offers and a Lot More. A great day out.

In collaboration with:

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Love Natural Love Organic will be co-located with The Allergy & Free From Show and Just V Show, to form part of Europe’s largest consumer natural, organic, vegetarian, vegan, free from food and allergy living show!

http://www.lnlo.co.uk/whats-on.php

Get Your Free Tickets Below :

http://www.lnlo.co.uk/go/

http://www.lnlo.co.uk/when-and-where.php   More Details Below :

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Food & Drink – Beauty – Health & Fitness – Home

7 – 9 July 2017

Olympia London
Hammersmith Road
Kensington
London
W14 8UX

Click on the map below for Google Maps location.

Opening Times

Friday 7 July 2017 10:00 – 17:00 (10am – 5pm)
Saturday 8 July 2017 10:00 – 17:00 (10am – 5pm)
Sunday 9 July 2017 10:00 – 17:00 (10am – 5pm)

 

Hackney More-in-common Festival

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It is on 17 June, it is at Hackney Community College (Falkirk Street N1 6HQ) from 11:30am till 5pm.

What is #hackneymoreincommon? it is our response to the anniversary of the murder of Batley MP Jo Cox: who famously said: ‘we have more in common than that which divides us’. It is our way of celebrating her vision and recommitting ourselves to both challenge discrimination and value our neighbours.

There will be art, performance, debate, discussion, campaign stalls, and food (did we mention the food), all at the fantastic venue of Hackney Community College.

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On 17 June, one year after her murder, we are celebrating the life and vision of Jo Cox MP. She famously said ‘we have more in common than that which divides us’ and she was murdered by a man who hated her for it. The judge when sentencing said he had acted ‘for the purpose of advancing a political, racial and ideological cause, namely that of violent white supremacism and exclusive nationalism most associated with Nazism and its modern forms.’
What better way to celebrate her life than to bring the many diverse communities of Hackney together for a day of celebration, fun and contemplation. Over 60 community organisations are determined to demonstrate that we do indeed have ‘more in common’ than that which divide us.

Groups who will be present include Hackney Refugee Forum, Day Mer, Halkevi, the Musallaa An Noor Mosque, London Gypsy and Traveller Unit, the Claudia Jones centre.

Gus John will be speaking on the legacy of legendary Black Radical CLR James. There will be workshops and exhibitions.

There will be a creche and activity for children. There will be aerial yoga (yes you read that correctly) . There wil be campaigners and service providers, there will be a discussion on ‘the future of Hackney’ and there will be Ben & Jerry’s ice cream (as well as food stall).
For more details visit http://hackneyunites.org

FREE TICKETS : https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hackneymoreincommon-tickets-34658437319