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The Tottenham Community Press was set up to do many things, two of which include reporting on important developments in the area and celebrating all that it has to offer. In this issue, we’ve reported on the news that safety tests at Broadwater Farm have resulted in families being relocated from their homes with relatively little notice.
For some, this may mean a welcome new start, but for others this will be a devastating shock and a time of great uncertainty. TCP will continue to follow developments at Broadwater Farm and we encourage anybody who lives in the area or who is affected by the developments to get in touch. We want to tell your story.
In response to contributions and suggestions sent in by our readers, we’ve also dedicated six whole pages to Tottenham’s thriving arts and culture scene. Check out our interviews with local artists Wendy Charlton and Carla Harding, who offer an insight into the challenges faced by independent artists in London, as well as what inspires their work. We also find out more about local artist collective, EuroArt, and present photography from students at Haringey Sixth Form College.
I hope you enjoy the issue!
Ellie Rae Ward, Editor