Monthly Archives: November 2007

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Ward councillors and community leadership: a future perspective

Having got so exercised about the Guardian article previewing the report I should have known the full thing was going to be a much more nuanced piece of work. As is usual with the JRF there’s a summary and a … Continue reading

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Free Rice

I know that some of you like a quiz and this one (via Robert’s sidebar) is not only mentally stretching it also helps the World Food Programme, so you can feel virtuous while wasting time. I’m also told – but … Continue reading

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Lewisham Bloggers Meet Up (one more time)

Right, one week and one day to go until the 4th Lewisham bloggers meet up on Friday 30th November. Location will be The Jolly Farmers, I’ll be trying to be there for about 8 o’clock and hopefully you will too. … Continue reading

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Councillors role

Take a look at this article which is in The Guardian today.  Let’s hope it has nothing to do with the research that I took part in for the Young Foundation a few years ago. I think the article is … Continue reading

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Cllr Madeliene Long

Councillor Madeliene Long is (amongst many other things) chair of the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.  Madeliene was one of the few sitting councillors who came out on the stump for me when I was fighting my first … Continue reading

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Save Catford

Henry alerts us to the existence of another local blog, Save Catford (from gentrification), which looks like it’s set up to fight the fight on the old Catford Dog Stadium site. Here’s what I take to be the nub of … Continue reading

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