Over the next two years we plan to continue working with our Islington History and Architecture Group, and to engage more isolated and harder to reach people. We also aim to identify ways in which older people can become more routinely involved in commenting on local and regional development plans and built environment policy.
The group visits the new and old Highbury stadiums with Sami from Aresnal in the Community
The Islington History and Architecture Group gives older Islington residents access to unique opportunities to learn about their local history and architecture through talks, tours and visits to buildings, regeneration projects, green and public spaces.
On a walking tour of Islington with Billy from English Heritage
For more information on our work with older people in Islington and in Hackney, please visit our website or contact email@example.com
The Cripplegate Foundation is an independent charity working in Islington and parts of the City of London. Their vision is of a society free from poverty and the effects of inequality, where the potential and aspirations of all local people are fully realised.
For more information on the Cripplegate Foundation and their work please visit their website at www.cripplegate.org/