Hackney has highest ‘failure to stop’ rate
Our workshop is homeless
Twenty-five per cent of motorists involved in a crash in Hackney fail to stop, according to a TfL press release accompanying a new push against uninsured drivers in Hackney, Haringey and Newham. A four week enforcement and education campaign starts next Monday.
Hackney LCC meeting 4 October 2006
13th October 2006: The Recycling Shop in the Nightingale Estate, ‘temporary’ home to our twice-monthly Thursday evening workshop for the last few years, has been suddenly and unavoidably closed for health and safety reasons. We are very grateful to East London Recycling Partnership for hosting us there all this time, but we are now on […]
Venue: Marcon Community Hall Attending Anja Beinroth (resident in Hackney, treasurer of ICAG) John Dixon Tim Evans: cycle training officer David Farnham: secretary Hamil Hamil (Hackney council engineer) Katie Hanson Jeremy Hill Therese Kilpatrick: committee member Sarah Kissack Vicky Lack Richard Lewis: joint co-ordinator Trevor Parsons: joint co-ordinator Marianne Promberger Brenda Puech: treasurer Oliver Schick: […]