A Town Hall is a meeting, not a building. It’s a chance for us to talk about what matters in Hackney Wick. It’s not run by any party or business, but by and for local people.
Have thoughts about the night time economy? Want to reduce pollution in the area? Been thinking about pedestrianising the streets of Hackney Wick? Well this is the space for you.
After months of meeting on Zoom, we’re finally back IRL (in real life). Join us to reconnect with Hackney Wick people, old and new, have a natter about what matters to you and have a tasty meal with your neighbours, on us.
We’ll be joined by Phillip Glanville, Hackney’s Mayor, to talk about and listen to all things Hackney Wick.
The evening will end with a free communal meal served up by Seif Abdel Salam from Taheena.
Town Hall: 5-6.45pm
Previous Town Hall meetings in Hackney Wick have led to road closure projects, local councillors taking action on pollution, new business connections and collaborations, and lots of new friendships.
The last series of Town Halls ended in September 2018. So much was already changing in Hackney Wick, we were experiencing the hard end of these changes. Some of us were feeling that life – both living and making a living in Hackney Wick – was precarious. So we decided to bring them back. Since then, we’ve run:
WEDNESDAY 27 May, 3pm, online. Minutes here.
TUESDAY 1 September, 5pm, online. Minutes here.
WEDNESDAY 17 November, 5pm, online. Minutes here / Recording of