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Hello and welcome to issue 25. In this August issue you’ll read about how local residents have lobbied for ‘healthy streets’ in the borough, gaining support from Haringey Councillors (p. 11).
Last month, poetry collective, Spoken hosted international trainer and clothing brand, Converse at ‘In Converse’, an event that saw speakers from creative industries give career advice to attendees (p. 13).
Whilst Haringey Council have approved the building of a new housing development on West Green Road that will see more social homes added to the current stock (p.4); campaign group, TAG Love Lane, provide comment about what life living in temporary accommodation is like for the residents on the Love Lane estate, N17 (p.5).
North London author, Alexandra Sheppard answers questions about her latest book, Oh My Gods on page 12, and Tottenham based radio programme ‘We Remember Lives’ is featured on page 7.
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