Protect your friends and family

Protect your friends and family’ Letter going through doors in Hackney from Philip Glanville, Mayor of Hackney. He says: Together, we will get through this. The Council and the NHS are here to support you – whether you need help with accessing money, food or essential supplies, are worried about your mental health or need support with home-schooling. I know...

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Have a COVID-19 safe Christmas this year

Hackney, along with all other London boroughs, will be moving into new, additional Tier 4 coronavirus restrictions on Sunday 20 December, to help combat the spread of the virus in the capital.  All non-essential shops must close, along with hairdressers, nail bars, indoor gyms and leisure facilities. People should not travel unless absolutely necessary, and work from home wherever possible.  Christmas bubbles...

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AGM – The countdown continues… just 2 days to go

The countdown continues….. just 2 days to go.CPNAG AGM – join us (virtually) and get involved, hear what the Group have accomplished and what’s been happening at the Pond, and in the area, and hear Sam Parry, Parks Development Manager, talk about biodiversity. As a change from previous AGM’s, please provide your own hot beverage and biscuits (Yes, I know...

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Clapton Pond Neighbourhood Action Group (CPNAG) Digital AGM – 2 November, 7.30 – 9.00pm

Just one week to go….Clapton Pond Neighbourhood Action Group (CPNAG) Digital AGM– 2 November, 7.30 – 9.00pm   For on-line access link to AGM, please e-mail dave@rindl.co.uk, (including your name) Find out about CPNAG and what we do and, even, get involved – there are lots of opportunities to contribute to the community, at all kinds of levels, even during...

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‘Listen to reason’: Royal Mail urged not to close Brooke Road sorting office – Hackney Citizen

‘Listen to reason’: Royal Mail urged not to close Brooke Road sorting office.Both Labour and Conservative councillors last night called on Royal Mail to keep the under-threat sorting office on Brooke Road open. A petition seeking to prevent residents having to potentially spend hours travelling to Leyton to reclaim their packages has garnered almost 3,000 signatures by word-of-mouth in just...

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