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Our Tottenham – next meeting (21.11.13) + rescheduled date for conference (1.2.14)

25 Oct

Next meeting for Tottenham’s Community Groups
Thursday 21st November, 7.30pm
Probably at Tottenham Chances, 399 Tottenham High Road, N17 6QN
(venue to be confirmed)
Reps and members of all local groups, and supportive individuals, welcome

Community Planning for Tottenham – a conference
Rescheduled for February 2014
Probably at Tottenham Chances on Saturday 1st February (to be confirmed)

This has been re-scheduled to allow enough time for groups to get actively involved in the organisation of this important and potentially historic event, and also time for publicity.

To be discussed in detail at the November meeting.

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Organising Meeting Minutes 13/2/13

22 Feb

Report of ‘Our Tottenham’ Conference Organising Meeting, 13th Feb

Present:  Reps and members of the following organisations: Wards Corner Community Coalition,  Lord Morrison Hall, Haringey Defend Council Housing, Haringey Federation of Residents Associations, Haringey Housing Action Group, Haringey Private Tenants Group, Haringey Solidarity Group, Friends of Lordship Rec, Haringey Green Party   Apologies: A number of people sent apologies. Continue reading

Organising Meeting Minutes 16/1/13

2 Feb

OUR TOTTENHAM

Contact the organising group: ourtottenham@gmail.com
Temporary web presence: https://ourtottenham.wordpress.com

OT Conference Organising Meeting – Minutes, 16 January 2013 Continue reading

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Our Tottenham – First organising Meeting

6 Jan

Our Tottenham
Planning & Regeneration for the Community
Conference proposed to be held in Feb or March 2013

Supporting groups so far:
Weir Hall Action Group / Bull Lane Playing Fields Campaign, Wards Corner Community Coalition, Lord Morrison Hall / Afro International, Selby Centre, Find Your Voice, Haringey Defend Council Housing, Defend Haringey Health Services / St Ann’s Hospital reps, Haringey Federation of Residents Associations, Haringey Housing Action Group, Haringey Solidarity Group, Friends of Lordship Rec Continue reading