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Hackney Mayor's Question Time

Source By: London Borough of Hackney

Residents and businesses can ask Mayor Philip Glanville about the issues that matter to them, as well as offer their ideas and aspirations for the borough, at the second annual Hackney Mayor’s Question Time.

Joining the Mayor will be Dr Melissa Butcher - long-term Hackney resident and lecturer at Birkbeck University, where she researches how cities change and the impact on communities. She writes regularly on issues relating to gentrification, diversity and social cohesion, and has been working with young people in Hackney to create films and reports as part of the Creating Hackney as Home project.

Dr Butcher will be acting as chairperson, taking questions from the audience and posing some herself.

 

Mayor Glanville said: “This will be my second Mayor's Question Time, but the first of the new administration. These now annual events are an opportunity to hear from people from across Hackney’s diverse communities about the issues which matter most to them, whether it be housing, crime, schools and transport; jobs, high streets, redevelopment and the environment; or health, social care and community cohesion.

 

“There’s been a lot of change in Hackney and there’ll be much more to come in the years ahead. We face many challenges as a borough and as a Council, but I know there’s a huge amount of passion and creativity in our borough about how we can keep it a great place to live for everyone.

 

“It’s so important that as a Mayor, a Council, as residents and businesses, we have open and honest discussions; that the Council can explain its vision and work, and people can share their thoughts and ideas, so we can work together on solutions. This event is a forum to do precisely that.”

The event takes place at the Town Hall on Monday, November 26, from 7pm to 9pm. It’s free to attend but space is limited. For more information, and to book a place, visit is.gd/g9Cu9T.


Black Women Writers with Joy Francis- 6th December

Source By: Hackney Museum

Thursday 6 December, 6 - 8pm 

From Centerprise Bookshop to Sheba Feminist Press, Hackney has a strong history of local people organising to support and promote African and Caribbean writers and narratives.

Hackney Black Women Writers Group formed in Hackney Museum early this year and have been working hard to put together a programme of events and workshops for local Black women writers and women with stories to share. On Thursday 6th December we have invited Joy Francis founder of Words of Colour to lead a session about creative entrepreneurship and creative wellbeing and the importance of positioning, self care and sustainability.

Free, booking required via Eventbrite.com 


Free 'Staying Healthy' event on Thursday 15 November

Source By: NHS City & Hackney CCG

a5_lets_talk_stay_healthy.pdf


Grant Opportunity for Young Londoners Fund Local Networks

Source By: London.gov.uk

Part of the Mayor's new £45m Young Londoners Fund to help children and young people to fulfil their potential, particularly those at risk of getting caught up in crime. It will support a wide range of education, sport, cultural and other activities for children and young people.
£30m is available for projects in local communities (over two rounds) and the remaining £15m will be invested to expand existing projects funded by City Hall that support young Londoners.

 

Full details here.


Early Years Lead Practitioner

Source By: Hackney Playbus

We are also currently recruiting for an Early Years Lead Practitioner to work across our services. If you’d like more information or to apply, please download the application pack here.

Successful applications will be required to apply for an enhanced Criminal Record Check via DBS. Hackney Playbus is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all members of our team to share this commitment. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to get in touch.

http://hackneyplaybus.org/get-involved/


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