Alden & Broadway Tenants and Residents Meeting
- All Tenants and Residents Welcome
- Monday 05th October 2015 – 6.30pm to 8.00pm
- Refreshments Will be available … The Venue is accessible for disabled residents.
11am – 3pm
Grazebrook Primary School
Lordship Road, London, N16 0QP
You can give or take just about anything:
No large electric items like fridges or washing machines can be accepted.
All small electrical goods will be safety tested on the day.
It’s like a jumble sale but everything is free.
More Info : Hackney One Carnival
29th August 2015 to 31st August 2015
London Notting Hill Carnival 2015 celebrates ‘Emergence of Carnival’. This is in recognition of the diversity of carnival arts and its link to the evolution of London Notting Hill Carnival.
A fabulous, free open air evening for the entire family, steel band lovers, general music lovers or anyone looking to enjoy a great evening in a Caribbean style atmosphere.
The evening consists of a competitive performance by national steel bands and other entertainment.
The streets of West London come alive every August Bank Holiday weekend as London celebrates Europe’s biggest street festival – the Notting Hill Carnival.
The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is a conservation charity that saves wetlands, which are essential for life itself. Wetlands are the primary source of drinking water for people and wildlife. They also connect us with nature, and with ourselves, through beautiful landscapes and inspiring encounters with wildlife.
An urban oasis for wildlife and people, just 10 minutes from Hammersmith. Stroll among the lakes, ponds and gardens. The café is perfect for relaxing, and kids will love the play areas.
London Wetland Centre is a beautiful wildlife reserve in the heart of the capital with scenic walkways which meander amongst lakes, ponds, meadows and gardens. It’s the perfect spot for a relaxing walk or for watching wildlife in its natural surroundings. Wandering among the flowers and trees it’s easy to believe you’re in the countryside, but from some vantage points the London skyline acts as a spectacular backdrop to this beautiful rural setting.
See the Website Link below for More info and admission prices
Take a walk through World Wetlands to see some of the most exotic ducks from around the globe and learn about the conservation work that keeps them safe from extinction. Numerous wild ducks, swans and other birds have made the Centre their home. Watch the mallard ducklings waddling after their mothers, See baby grebes hitching a ride on their parents’ backs. Watch out for water voles feeding on the yellow flag iris and butterflies drinking from the flowers in Wild side.
At London Wetland Centre you’re never at a loss for things to do with the children. It’s a fantastic day out for kids, not just because you won’t be able to tear them away from the adventure playground and the Discovery Centre, but also because each weekend (and during school holidays) W.W.T run activities to keep them amused and inspire them about the wildlife around them.
Explore, the outdoors adventure playground, they can swoop down the zip wires, traverse the climbing wall, investigate the giant water vole tunnels and get soaking wet in the water games!
The Discovery Centre is indoors and takes you on a journey through the wetlands of the world, from peat bogs to coral reefs. Find out which fish ‘walks’ through mangrove swamps and why the Fiddler crab has one claw bigger than the other.
See their Website for more Information : Wetland Centres London
Great For the Kids : Be a Nature Explorer
There is Admission Cost but remember its for a good Cause and a great day out and not long before the Children are back at school! so make the most of Summer and have fun.