Silvertown Sessions (22nd Nov) Regeneration for All!

CERG and RDLAC present the Silvertown Sessions (22nd Nov) Regeneration for All!

Our next CERG/CCT event will once again be at the Royal Docks Learning & Activity Centre, Albert Road, North Woolwich E16 2J

CERG & RDLAC present the Silvertown Sessions
Regeneration for ALL?
 
Nov 22nd – starting at 7pm.
Venue: Royal Docks Learning & Activity Centre, Albert Road, North Woolwich E16 2JB
By definition to regenerate is to “improve a place or system so that it is active or producing good results again.” But this definition poses some big questions about what kind of improvements are made and who benefits from the results. Regeneration also means to make a place grow again. But how it grows, and who it grows for, once again poses some big questions.
To help us address these and other questions the Silvertown Sessions present a distinguished panel of speakers and welcome you all to discuss what regeneration means to you.
Anna Minton, Writer, Journalist, and Academic
Sonia Boyce, Artist, Crossrail Wall Project
Aaron Uthman, Community Relations Ambassador, LCY
Chris Abell, Local Affairs Manager, Tate & Lyle Sugars
Katherine Clarke, Artist Partner, muf architecture/art
There will also be a launch of the Surfers Against Sewage, plastic free campaign.
Food & drink will be provided by local community chefs and the Husk Brewery

CERG and RDLAC present the Silvertown Sessions (22nd Nov) Regeneration for All!

CERG and RDLAC present the Silvertown Sessions

Our next CERG/CCT event will once again be at the Royal Docks Learning & Activity Centre, Albert Road, North Woolwich E16 2JB

Date: Nov 22nd – starting at 7pm.

The theme will be Regeneration for All!

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Heres the latest line up of speakers

Anna Minton, writer, journalist, and academic
Sonia Boyce, Artist, Crossrail Wall Project
Aaron Uthman, Community Relations Ambassador, LCY,
Chris Abell, Local Affairs Manager, Tate & Lyle Sugars
Katherine Clarke, Artist Partner, muf architecture/art

There will also be a launch of the Surfers Against Sewage, plastic free campaign and food & drink provided by local community chefs and the Husk Brewery!

RDLAC are also arranging for someone to come to promote the Citizen’s Assembly in the following week.

A full programme will follow soon.