Category Archives: Meetings & Events
One of the four priority areas the Development Trust has been working on through its ‘First Steps‘ project is Governance, and a working group has been set up to progress this (reps are Mital Patel and Jenny Imhoff, with additional … Continue reading
By Steering Group and Wards Corner Community Coalition member, Shirley Hanazawa As a member of the Trust’s First Steps Steering Group, I was very pleased to be able to attend the second First Steps event on Monday, 2 November at … Continue reading
Report from Steering Group member, Susie Finlayson. More photos from the event available here, with thanks to Martin Ball, another steering group member. The West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust launched its First Steps project on 28th September. We have … Continue reading
Help progress the community plans for developing Seven Sisters Market, Wards Corner and the West Green Road area
The West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust needs your support to raise its public profile, raise funds, write a business plan, and strengthen its work with local traders and residents. If you can help the Trust in these areas, or … Continue reading
Registration now LIVE at http://trustfirststepslaunch.eventbrite.co.uk/ Limited places so please sign up asap! Flyer/poster available to print and download here.(English/Spanish).
Want to improve Seven Sisters Market and restore Wards Corner? Want community-led development of the local area that brings benefits to the wider community?
If you do, then come along to the launch meeting of the ‘First Steps‘ project of the West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust on Monday 28 September 6.30-8.30pm at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre. *** register now at Eventbrite *** … Continue reading
West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust presents in detail its first project and action plan for the Wards Corner Community Plan
In the second public meeting held by the trustees of West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust on 16th July at Tottenham Chances, a thorough presentation of the plans for the implementation of the Wards Corner Community Plan was made, calling … Continue reading