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The meeting will be at Chapel End Junior School, and you can download the agenda here: http://www.walthamforest.gov.uk/280108-agenda.pdf It would be great to see as many residents as possible there!

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A member points out that the Community Council meeting on the 28 Jan coincides (coincidence?) with a NLWP consultation.

Dear all

In case you haven’t seen the latest copy of WFM, there will be a public workshop at EduAction Conference Centre, Queens Road, E17 between 6.30pm and 8.30pm on Monday 28th January about the North London Waste Plan. The purpose of the workshop is to “have your say and find out more” about the North London Waste Plan. Some of you may have seen that Waltham Forest is earmarked for 3 out of 6 waste disposal sites so it should be interesting to go along and find out more about what’s happening with that.

For more info go to www.nlwp.net or to register for a workshop email events@nlwp.net

I’m sure it is no coincidence (!), but the Walthamstow West Community Council meeting is also being held on the same evening – Monday 28th January at 7.15pm at the Chapel End Junior School, Roberts Road, E17 4LS.

thanks,
Cath

We should probably split up and attend both. Email to say which of the two meetings, the Community Council or the NLWP consultation, you’d be able to attend.

It would be great if as many people as possible went along to the next Community Council meeting. It’s a great opportunity to raise our concerns about the Willowfield School proposals, and the development at BHL2.

All meetings start at 7.30pm. Refreshments served from 7.15pm.

You can see agendas and minutes here. When the council gets round to posting them. Otherwise, contact:

Alessandra Awolowo
Committee Management Team
Waltham Forest Town Hall
Forest Road
Walthamstow
LONDON E17 4JF
0208 496 4862
Alessandra.Awolowo@walthamforest.gov.uk

A printed and beautifully bound copy of the petition to keep the William Morris Museum (and Vestry House Museum) open full time will be presented to the Prime Minister on Monday 21 January 2008 at 10.30am.The petition has over 11,000 signatures and messages of support from all over the world, including UK, USA, Canada, France, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Serbia, Belgium, Holland, Brazil, Argentina, Japan, Taiwan…

Come and join in the presentation – local residents are meeting at Walthamstow Central at 9.00am on Monday morning, to arrive at Downing Street for 10.00am. Many will be in fancy dress, with beards and Morris masks, come as you are or with beard!!!

The petition is still open and gathering signatures, keep them coming in. The presenations will continue over the coming months. We www.petitiononline.com/savewmg

If you haven’t seen it already, the Walthamstow Guardian has a piece in it about the Council’s plans to build a new Willowfield School on the playing fields behind Edward Road. A couple of BAG members got themselves quoted, which is nice!

Read the article here.

Hi all,

Since the Council has put the rebuilding of Willowfield School on green belt land back on the agenda, we thought that a reminder of the actual flood risk would be a good idea.

Remember, the Council’s argument is based on the idea that the Douglas Eyre Playing Fields are not as much at risk of flood as had been previously thought; this view is based on historical records, despite warnings from various agencies that flood risk assessments should be revised upwards to take global warming into account.

Take a look at the Environment Agency’s flood map, here.

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