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Screenprinting - Day one.

On Wednesday I started my screenprinting course at East London Printmakers and it was FANTASTIC! I came out of it feeling so excited and inspired, I can’t wait to get into it again this week. 152 more words

The fate of Fish Island, the fight for a community, the greed of a few...

Lucinda Rogers – animation still

Here ar Cultivate we make no apology for our anger about the way the artist community and the galleries, studios and engaging community were forced out of East London’s Vyner Street a couple of years ago, a specia lstreet lost to the greed and inflated ego of one rather obnoxiously dishonest business man (a self proclaimed “future thinker” and pouter of total hosepoop, his Twitter feed is a work of comedy genuis). 403 more words


Barber & Parlour, London

As soon as I walk into Barber & Parlour, I realise it’s not your average cafe. It’s more. It’s actually a cafe-cum-shop-cum-cinema-cum-hairdresser’s-cum-nail salon(-cum-barber-cum-parlour… I mean, I should have known). 368 more words


Mudchute London City Farm

Mudchute London City Farm ⇒.  “Set in 32 acres of countryside in the heart of East London, the Mudchute is a community charity, with a working farm, stables, a children’s nursery and a wide range of education activities. 329 more words


Before and After

Before the Canary Wharf that we see today, this area was one of the busiest docks in the world.  The first dock in East London opened in the 1690s and business grew rapidly after that, with its peak in the nineteenth century.   158 more words


Westminster Killer Was Muslim Convert, Lived in Several Extremism Hotspots

Breitbart, by Liam Deacon, March 24, 2017:

The Islamist terrorist who attacked Westminster on Wednesday was a Muslim convert who was possibly radicalised in prison and had lived in several areas of the UK known for radical Islamic activity. 474 more words

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