Child Poverty In London

End Child Poverty have the detail.


About Andrew Brown

I live in Lewisham, South East London, and spent 9 years as a Labour councillor in the borough between 1997 and 2006.
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2 Responses to Child Poverty In London

  1. Join in the UK’s biggest ever event to End Child Poverty- Keep the Promise London Saturday 4 October

    On Saturday October 4th 2008 thousands of young people, families and supporters of the End Child Poverty Campaign from across the country will be coming together in London’s Trafalgar Square to demand the Government keep their promise to end child poverty.

    Keep the Promise – where and when?

    – 11.30pm assemble on Millbank, near Lambeth Bridge

    – 12.30pm march through Westminster to Traflgar Square

    – 2pm an afternoon of family fun and speakers in Trafalgar Square.

    Play your part in the Campaign to End Child Poverty and demand the Prime Minister provides a better future for all our children. Coming to Keep the Promise is a key way to show your support, but there are other ways we need your help also.

    Sign up to register your support today at

  2. Andrew Brown says:

    I’d seen that Clara, but unfortunately it’s my son’s 5th Birthday party that day so we’ll be knee deep in children pretending to be pirates.

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