28 Mar 2017: Coffee Morning - Better Barkingside - A Review and Next Steps

Coffee Morning

and a talk on

Better Barkingside - 
A Review and Next Steps

with our guest speaker
David Knight
Architect at DK-CM
Designer of Better Barkingside


In the Hainault Room
Fullwell Cross Library
09:45 for 10:00am - 11:45am

Tuesday 28th March 2017

These events are free and are open to anyone and everyone. We do tea and biscuits too and it’s all Fairtrade

For further details e-mail Barkingside21@btinternet.com

14 Mar 2017: The North Norfolk Coastal Path - Talk with RSPB North East London

RSPB North East London

Illustrated Talk:
The North Norfolk Coastal Path

Tuesday 14 March 2017 at 8pm

Jonathan Forgham takes us for a walk through some of the best birding country in England. Hunstanton to Cromer gives you over 40 miles of varied nature.

Admission £3-50, £3 for RSPB and WREN members, children free

St Mary's Church (Gwinnell Room)
207 High Road
South Woodford
E18 2PA

St Mary's Church is a short distance north of our old meeting place. Parking is allowed on the single yellow lines outside in the High Road after 6.30 pm. There is also free parking at Derby Road car park.
It is about a 15 minute walk from South Woodford tube station (on Central line). Buses 179 and W13 stop nearby.

Telephone: 020 8989 4746
E-mail: nelondonRSPB@yahoo.co.uk

28 Feb 2017: B21 Coffee Morning - Islam, it's origins, traditions and culture

Coffee Morning

and a talk on

Islam, it's origins, traditions and culture

with our guest speaker
Iman Asim Khan
Redbridge Islamic Centre
Woodford Avenue, Gants Hill


In the Hainault Room
Fullwell Cross Library
09:45 for 10:00am - 11:45am

Tuesday 28th February 2017

These events are free and are open to anyone and everyone. We do tea and biscuits too and it’s all Fairtrade

For further details e-mail Barkingside21@btinternet.com

20 Feb 2017: Local Forum - Goodmayes

Redbridge Local Forum
Monday 20 February 2017
6pm to 8:45pm
Mayfield School
Pedley Road, Ilford, RM8 1XE

· Problems in your local area?
· Want to get involved to change things?

Come to a Local Forum and talk to us about ideas and issues in your local area. Raise questions and concerns about Council services that affect you.

Local Forum meetings will be held every month at venues across the Borough.
There will be two parts to this Local Forum: a Market Place and a Question Time.

Market Place
The first part of the Local Forum is the Market Place. You can browse stalls staffed by Council officers and Councillors to discuss issues that affect you, including planning, litter, parking, benefits and housing.
Partners including the Police, Neighbourhood Watch, Liberty Credit Union, HealthWatch and local voluntary sector groups will also be at the Market Place.

Question Time
The Market Place will be followed by a more formal Question Time, where you can put questions to Councillors and senior Council officers. Questions can be submitted in advance using the form at www.redbridge.gov.uk/localforums or asked on the night.