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As part of the Clapton Festival weekend, CPNAG (the Clapton Pond Neighbourhood Action Group) have organised another Clapton Conference.

 Public Meeting: Monday, September 30th, 7.30pm – 9.30pm

 Venue: BSix Brooke House Sixth Form College, Kenninghall Road, London E5 8BP

(By the roundabout at the Western end of Lea Bridge Road)

Light refreshments will be available.

(Please use the attached flyer to advertise this to your networks, and in your communities, in Clapton)

This meeting comes at a point that sees Clapton changing and developing.

It will be a chance for those who live and work in Clapton (whether for five minutes or fifty years) to discuss and share their visions, aspirations, concerns and anything else that is of importance to them.

The intention is to build relationships, develop partnerships and hopefully, see new projects arising, contributing to all in the community.

Or you can just come along and listen!

In addition, a presentation: City Safe Campaign

An initiative by BSix College students to develop a City Safe zone in Lower Clapton

Presented by: Rhasan Brunner

A student at BSix College and champion of the B6 Citizens (in collaboration with London Citizens)

The Clapton Conference is an initiative started by The Clapton Pond Neighbourhood Action Group in 2010. It is intended to provide a forum for individuals and groups (Resident, Park, Faith, School, Business, Youth and any others) across Clapton to come together and network, share ideas and projects, and work together.              For further information:

Projects that have arisen from the Clapton Conference, or that we have been involved in, include The Clapton Festival (about to occur for the third year), The Lower Clapton Road Traders & Residents Association (LoCLAPTRA) and also local Neighbourhood Forums.

The Clapton Conference Invitation 30 Sept ’13

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