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New Faces, New Times

July 30, 2012

We have established a new system of meetings – they are now going to be the last Tuesday of every SECOND month. That means there is a Friends meeting at 6.50pm tomorrow (31st) at Leila’s Shop. The one after that will be on September 25th and then November 27th. We run open meetings and you are welcome to come and take part. But check with our secretary, Farid – (07859 014215) – first.

We have also got changes to the board of trustees. Three people came off the board at the Annual General Meeting – Naseem Khan, Sabeha Miah and Marine Shah. Two other previously co-opted members – Jason Caffrey and Alice Herrrick – ware confirmed, and a new member – Megan Charnley was elected.

Megan studied architecture at the Royal College of Art and worked as an architectural designer in Barcelona and London before joining a team to set up a design-based start-up. She lives just down the road from the Boundary Estate and initiated a project around creative lighting for it.

Jenny Bernard has taken over from Marine Shah as Treasurer.

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