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Northwold Area Residents’ Group aim to promote a sense of community amongst all those who live locally. We provide information and actively campaign on issues that affect members and their quality of life.

Activities: - We hold regular meetings, invite speakers, normally elected representatives, and distribute a newsletter to 1000 homes to keep people informed of local issues. We are not affiliated with any political, religious or cultural group, and encourage the participation of everyone in the community.

Clapton Regeneration: - we participate in the Neighbourhood Renewal Fund program for the area

Stoke Newington Common: - we are campaigning for the Common to be included in the GLA's 100 Open Spaces Scheme, we contribute to the users' group and aim to make it more accessible.

Clapton Library:- we support the users’ group and are participating in major plans to regenerate the Library.

Northwold Road traffic calming: – we campaigned successfully for measures to reduce the current accident rate of 10 "injury accidents" a year. We are campaigning for similar measures for Evering Road.

Street cleaning: - we provide feedback to the Council on borough services, and how to improve them.

Crime: - we are registered as a Neighbourhood Watch, which allows members to claim a discount on their home insurance, and we participate in police/ community consultation meetings.

We are also involved Tree planting, Planning Issues at the Hackney Festival Support Site, Lathams Timber Yard and the Rossington Street Depot and supporting local traders.

Contact Details:- If you would like to add to these, come along to the next meeting at Northwold School (entrance on Geldeston Road E5) Call 020 8442 4324 for details, or e-mail: davidvail@blueyonder.co.uk

David Vail 20th October 2003

Local History Walk

covering the area between Abney Park and Springfield Park.

Sunday 23rd November, 11am, starting at Abney Park Visitors Centre.

Guide: Sean Gubbins

£4 / £3 concs.

Length: 2 hours

Next NARG Meeting

Tuesday 13th November, 7pm, Northwold School.

Diane Abbott MP will speak and answer questions


Last Updated before: Thu 13-Apr-2006