Special, early evening meet-your-neighbours. Hot dogs and sparklers for the children. See the re-vamped south canalside community garden. This is the one next to the Con. Enter on Rossendale Way.
All residents welcome to the EVTRA AGM at the Constitution cellar Tues 10th July 2018 7pm til 8pm. Meet fellow residents and get caught up on local topics. Raise or discuss local issues or regarding Places for People.
All Elm Villagers are invited . . . to the Camley Street Harvest Party:
Friday 29th September 5pm – 9pm @ Alara Wholefoods, 110-112 Camley Street N1C 4PF
Come and meet neighbours who live or work in and around Camley Street. Arrive anytime from 5 onwards but be warned – the roast disappears very fast!
There will also be news on progress with the Neighbourhood Plan – after deliberating over our financial model for a large proportion of affordable housing for several months Camden have now (literally a few days ago) asked us to prepare a ‘Strategic Environmental Assessment’ and we’re now already in the process of applying for a grant to get that done.
Regardless of anything though – please do come to the party on Friday – it will be great to see you there.
All residents and friends welcome to this popular event on the Elm Village social calendar. See you there.
Elm Village resident Tess has an exhibition of her wonderful work at the Camden Image Gallery, 174 Royal College Street on Friday 9th June 18:30-20:30
Thanks to all residents and guests who made it another rapturous Carols at the Con evening. Thanks also to the owners and staff of the Constitution for hosting us once again.
It was hinted at the AGM that this year’s carol event might be absent one of its traditional highlights. However, we were spared disappointment when Ed took to the floor once more for his effervescent rendition of the 12 Days of Christmas. Thanks, Ed.
We were also treated to 30 minutes of Hazel & The Heartwarmers (aka Ed and Hazel) playing a selection of blues and bossa accompanied by a drum machine that was, on occasion, determined to do its own thing.