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Latest news and updates
On Friday 19th August Lutalo Mohammad, born and bred in Walthamstow, won a Silver medal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio. On Friday 26th August Walthamstow is staging an olympics homecoming party for him at our weekly night market. Please join us from 6pm when there will be live music,...
On Tuesday 9th August I went to see for myself the situation in Calais, and meet with volunteers and refugees at the camps to discuss progress on helping child refugees and the conditions at the camp. I also visited the Wilcumstowe Wagons, the caravans that residents of Walthamstow renovated in memory of Jo Cox,...
The first week of June marked the seventh anniversary of the rape and murder of Michelle Samaweera in Walthamstow, East London. Stella Creasy, MP for Walthamstow, women across London and Michelle’s family called an emergency vigil outside the Indian Embassy to demand justice for Michelle.
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