Month: May 2017

31 May- MP Candidates for Hampstead and Kilburn coming to Granville!

You are all invited to The Granville Plus Centre , Carlton Vale NW6 5HE

On Wednesday  31 May

At  7-8 pm.

To  hear the HamPstead and Kilburn  candidates for MP answer questions  from the community sent in before the meeting.

Please send in your question to or drop it/them into Granville BEFORE 31 MAY!

There will be a poll at the end of the evening to see who was the most convincing on the night.

There will be light refreshments.


Food Film Festival! Weds 24 May…

This Wednesday 24 May 


This is the first of 3 film events looking at problems with our global  food system . .

6pm Food on a Budget

7pm Free Film

Food Inc (2008)

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Food Inc is an American documentary film directed by filmmaker Robert Kenner. The Academy Award-nominated film examines corporate farming in the United States concluding that agribusiness produces food that is unhealthy, in a way that is environmentally harmful and abusive of both animals and employees.

If there is time we will talk about the films afterwards.


21  June  PART 2

How Cuba fed itself despite this global food system

26 July  PART 3

What is happening now in the UK to change our food system

Our Dee on GLA Food Board + Film Night!

BIG NEWS! Our Dee has been appointed to the GLA London Food Board!

Have a look here to see more about it!

This Wednesday 10 May Film Night

6pm Dee’s food on a budget

7pm Free Film  ‘Within Our Gates’ 1920 (12)

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The oldest known surviving film made by an African-American director, Within Our Gates is a searing account of the US racial situation during the early twentieth century, including the years of Jim Crow, the revival of the Ku Klux Klan, the Great Migration of Southern blacks to cities in the North, and the emergence of the “New Negro”. Directed by Oscar Micheaux, the film is one of the earliest and finest examples in the genre of “race films”. Produced outside the main Hollywood machine, these films were purposefully made for an all-black audience, featured black actors, and became important arenas through which representations of African-Americans in mass culture were contested.