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Hello and welcome to issue 26.
This month, residents are displaying their photographic talents– with members of Tottenham Photography Club showcasing their annual work at Lordship Hub (p.12), and photographer, Danilo Murru exhibiting his work ‘A Small Plot of Land’ at Bruce Castle Museum (p.8 and p.9).
This follows on from last month, when some local businesses and campaigners took part in an exhibition at Tate Modern (p.4).
Teenagers across the borough have had reason to be proud, as they received their A-Level and BTEC results (p.5).
Celebrations were also had at the Engine Room, Tottenham Hale, as attendees at COMPACT, (the community youth club), commemorated the first year of the youth programme. They are now looking ahead to the second year, which you can play a part in (p.14).
Book specialist, Helen Swinyard reviews The Secret Dragon (p.14), whilst Karin Lock recommends the graphic novel, The Many Not the Few by Sean Michael Wilson and Robert S. Brown (p.15).
Kaz Foncette discusses her experience of living with cancer, and she shares the plans she has for Tottenham (p.7).
As always, TCP wants to hear from you. If you have any story ideas, listings, poems or photos to share, then send an email to tcp@ socialspider.com
Luchia Robinson, Editor