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Ocean estate is up for planning award for making Stepney ‘a place to live’

The transformation of the massive Ocean housing estate in London’s East End has been shortlisted for this year’s Planning and Placemaking awards.

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Bakery charity that helps vulnerable East End women makes final plea for £20k funding target

An East End bakery charity that helps women from vulnerable backgrounds whip up a better future for themselves is hoping to net £20,000 by tomorrow morning to buy much-needed equipment for its classes.

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Muslim councillor calls on Britain First members who picketed East London Mosque to a debate

The Right-wing Britain First protesters who picketed the East London Mosque twice in 15 days telling Muslims they were “guests in this country” have been challenged to a debate.

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Project that helps ‘trapped women’ in East End make U-turn is screened at Rich Mix

A project in London’s deprived East End which helps women make U-turns for those trapped in prostitution, drug addiction, physical abuse or homelessness is putting their stories on the Big Screen tomorrow.

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