News releases

21
June
2019
Over 1000 children will take to Hackney’s streets by bike on Thursday 27 June as Bike Around the Borough returns for the ninth year. More than 40 schools are due to take part in the mass bike ride, which has previously set the world record for
17
June
2019
The experiences of young asylum seeking children arriving into the UK and trying to adapt to life in Hackney, was the focus of an event held by Hackney Children and Families Services and Hackney Museum to mark Refugee Week 2019. The event,
17
June
2019
Nearly 400 homes would be built or refurbished in the last phase of Hackney Council’s award-winning regeneration of Stoke Newington’s Kings Crescent Estate under plans submitted this week. Subject to planning permission, the proposals would see
13
June
2019
Aged between 10-25? Want to make a difference to life in Hackney? Want to get your voice heard on issues that affect your life? Then the Hackney Young Futures Commission wants to hear from you. Launched officially in May, the Hackney Young

News blog

20
June
2019
Join us in the fight to tackle pollution this Clean Air Day. 
19
June
2019
Saturday marks the second annual Windrush Day. Here, in the first of a series of blogs on the Windrush generation, Cllr Carole Williams, who last August tabled a Council Motion calling for more support for victims of the Windrush scandal, explains
07
June
2019
Last year Hackney and Waltham Forest councils brought a judicial review against the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, after he issued directions ordering them to stop publishing Hackney Today and Waltham Forest News
30
May
2019
Cllr Chris Kennedy, Cabinet Member for Families, Early Years and Play with special responsibility for SEND, today joins The Mayor of Hackney Philip Glanville and Deputy Mayor Cllr Anntoinette Bramble, and parents, carers, teachers and young people