Jo Churchill MP, the new Minister for Public Health (replacing Seema Kennedy, who has moved to the Home Office), found Enfield’s abysmal public health funding allocation at the top of her agenda when she took over the post.
Aditya Chakrabortty, the Senior Economics Commentator with the Guardian newspaper talked about his researches and the book he is writing about Edmonton. The Chakrabortty family live in the borough, and he was born and brought up in Edmonton. He took comments and reminiscences from members. He can be contacted via his e-mail address published in the Guardian (both print and on-line).
Our Volunteer Event attracted both current volunteers and those considering offering their time and talents.
Two of those attending the Volunteers Event at the Dugdale Centre in July were very familiar with the venue. Rita Clayton and Kathleen Young are the receptionists (along with Suzanne March) who greet people attending our Monday morning Advice Service in the building.