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enfield dispatch july 2019The July edition of Enfield Dispatch has been published.  You can pick up a copy at one of over a hundred distribution points or download a copy.  Best of all, for £5 a month you can help keep this essential community news source viable and have it delivered to your door!

In Issue 10 there’s pressure on Enfield Council leader Nesil Caliskan to apologise over "bullying" of a colleague; anger as bin collections petition is rejected by Enfield Council despite 6,000 people signing it; Mayor of Enfield Kate Anolue talks about her extraordinary life, from fleeing war to midwifery; Extinction Rebellion campaigner on why Enfield must declare a ‘climate emergency’; and how a community arts programme is celebrating local talent in Edmonton.

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Enfield Dispatch: One year old!

The Enfield Dispatch is one year old this week! The 13th issue of the monthly community newspaper was published yesterday and is now being distributed to several hundred locations across the borough, so go and pick up your copy. You can also get it delivered to your door by becoming a member. Read more

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