If you are holding a community event and you want to submit a FREE listing for inclusion in local magazine The Elist please go to www.theelist.co.uk and register, you will then be able to fill in details of your event(s) and edit them using the online form. This can include regular events like the farmers market etc. This is

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The Highams Park Plan Arts and Culture Group (ARC) are working in partnership with Little Free Library Project UK (LFLP) to bring the wonderful Little Free Libraries project to Highams Park.  We aim to install a network of three little free libraries in Highams Park. Each will be uniquely designed by a local artist, and hosted by

What does this mean? On 12th September, 2014 HPPG’s application for Direct Support from Locality was approved! It means that HPPG has been allocated a consultant from Planning Aid England who will provide us with Specialist Planning Support over the next six months by way of assistance and advice with: Project Management Community Engagement Building

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At the Cabinet Meeting of Waltham Forest Council on 15th July 2014 the Highams Park Planning Group was formally designated as the neighbourhood planning group for the Highams Park Area. We have been chosen as one of a limited number of communities across the country to create a Plan to define its future, covering all aspects of

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On Friday 17th January 2014, the first General Meeting of the Highams Park Planning Group took place. The meeting was extremely well attended (the venue, All Saints Church Hall, was full), and this formally marks the start of the project. The meeting unanimously approved: a) a constitution for the group and b) the boundary around Highams Park which

We Launched

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A Launch Event took place on Saturday 16th November 2013 to explain the plan to local people and to seek volunteers to help create the plan. The Event had the tag line “Our Highams Park – Shaping the Future”. The Launch Event was considered a huge success, with around 400 people attending. People left contact

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