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June
2017
Carers Week saw Hackney celebrate the work of thousands of local people caring for their loved ones through a series of events, including a well-being day, carers’ rights workshop and lunchtime seminars.  There are around 18,000 people ...
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15
June
2017
Nuns on the 55 bus, the grave of a Drag King and a gay cabaret in The Blitz. Uncover Hackney’s exciting history with Queer Tours of London as part of the Council’s Hackney Pride 365 celebrations. Hackney has a fascinating and ...
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15
June
2017
Hackney Council is marking Clean Air Day by showing off its ever-expanding electric vehicle fleet. By April 2018, the Council will be using over 40 electric vehicles, ranging from pool vehicles used by street engineers, vans used by maintenance ...
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15
June
2017
The road outside a Hackney primary school will close to traffic in the mornings and afternoons to cut pollution and make it safer and easier for children to walk and cycle to school. Parents and local residents supported the proposals for Crondall ...
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19
June
2017
The Mayor of Hackney, Philip Glanville, and Cabinet Member for Community Safety and Enforcement, Cllr Caroline Selman, have responded in a joint statement to last night’s tragic events in Finsbury Park in Islington, just by Hackney’s ...
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14
June
2017
A joint statement from the Mayor of Hackney, Philip Glanville, and Cabinet Member for Housing, Cllr Clayeon McKenzie, following the Grenfell Tower fire and the measures Hackney Council is taking to keep residents and estates safe.
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06
June
2017
After leading the borough in remembering those who died in Saturday's terrorist attack, the Mayor of Hackney Philip Glanville has called on residents to come together to protect all that is special about London - and Hackney.  
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06
April
2017
The threat to the funding of Hackney schools, and the current proposals for the re-introduction of grammar schools and forced academisation of other schools, pose a threat to the hard-won successes of Hackney’s schools. Hackney’s Deputy ...
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