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SHOW: Inside the Chestnut –
ITC0002: #ChestnutsCelebration Community Open Day – @ChestnutsPark @ChestnutsCentre – 15th July 2017 London N15
A day of celebrations around the wonderful community of Chestnuts; the park, the centre and the whole interrelated community working to build a better future for all.
There were many organisations involved in the day, thanks for your presence and contributions, the community clearly valued all. Below are just a few of the ones featured in this podcast. Do contact the Bridge Renewal Trust and / or Friends of Chestnuts Park (FOCP) for more info.
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Xim – Drum Lead for the Day
Tottenham Samba Fusion
Geoffrey Ocen – Chief Executive
Bridge Renewal Trust
Whole Health Services. Community Empowerment, Facilities and Impact management for Haringey
@ChestnutsCentre | Twitter
Ceri Williams – Chair
Friends of Chestnuts Park (FOCP)
Friends of Chestnuts Park is open to everyone who wants to campaign to improve our local park here in South Tottenham, London N15
@ChestnutsPark | Twitter
Cllr Stephen Mann – Mayor of Haringey
Tottenham Community Choir
@TottenhamChoir | Twitter
Alex Dayo – Master Drummer
From complete beginners to performance players, drumming tuition to cater for everyone’s needs.
@DjembeFinsbury | Twitter
Astehmari Batekun – Executive Member (Chair)
Abundance Centres (UK) – uLearn Naturally Learners’ Co-operative
Cross-curricular, STEM, STEAM, integrated, family directed learning for all ages and stages..
http://www.uLearnNaturally.org – Home School Knowledge Exchange Project
@uLearnNaturally | Twitter
Pan Nation Steel Orchestra
St Ann’s Redevelopment Trust (StART)
StART is a group of Haringey residents and workers who want to see the St. Ann’s Hospital site used permanently for the good of all our local communities.
@StARTharingey | Twitter
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