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News From Nowhere is a club for education, debate and entertainment founded by Ros Kane in 1996. It hosts an annual programme of evening talks in The Epicentre, Leytonstone, given by visiting speakers and followed by lively discussion, not to mention the shared food! You can find more information as well as this year's schedule HERE on the page hosted for them by Forest Radio.

We photographed the Notting Hill Carnival costume workshop of
Masquerade 2000 when we interviewed band leader Margaret Hamilton in Mill Radio Programme 3. Take a look at these beautiful photographs of work in progress: MASQUERADE 2000

We photographed some of the festivities at The Mill to celebrate
The Mill's 4th birthday on Saturday 5th September 2015 (see Mill Radio Programme 6)You'll find the photographs here: The Mill's 4th Birthday Party

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Click HERE or on the image above for photographs of Siobhan O'Neill's Tales From the Marsh exhibition which was at the Mill from 6th October to 3rd december 2016.

On Sunday May 14th 2017 a group from The Mill took part in the 2017 Charity Walk for Peace. Click HERE for pictures from the event, at which The Mill's group of a dozen or so people joined 4,000 others to walk an 8 km route around the Royal Docks area on the banks of the Thames in Newham. Money was raised by sponsorship, which was matched pound-for-pound by the amazingly generous Ahmadiyya Muslim Elders Association. See Mill Radio Programme 19 .

The Great Millish Bake-off was another highly successful fund-raising event held at The Mill on Saturday 24th June 2017. Click HERE for pictures.

Beautiful animal
Murals in the Marshes were painted by local artists in August 2013 at the footpath underpass in Walthamstow Marshes. You can see pictures of some of them below.

Photographs courtesy of Stuart at Inspiring Cities.com with some Mill Radio originals

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Artists at work

Work on the murals gets going over the bank holiday weekend of 24-26th August 2013, ready for the official opening on 7th September.

Organisers and artists

Organiser Fabien Ho, local artists Esther Neslen, Della Rees, Karis Knight and Lee Bofkin from Global Street Art

grass snake  Karis Knight

Karis Knight makes a start on her grass snake

Karis' smake is almost complete

Karis' snake is almost complete

Karis' snake as it is now (2015)

Karis' snake as it is now (2015)

Exotic plants

Tadpoles are well represented

Artist Dave from Gnasher

Artist dave from Gnasher

Flowers and grasses from Della Rees

Flowers and grasses from Della Rees

Full of Care

Mural by Lee Bridge Road schoolchildren

Louis Masai starts to paint a bird

Louis Masai starts to paint a bird

Grey Heron in flight by Louis Masai

Grey Heron in flight by Louis Masai

Grey Heron Landing by Louis Masai

Grey Heron Landing by Louis Masai

Lorraine Ward makes a start

Lorraine Ward makes a start

Dragonflies by Lorraine Ward

Dragonflies by Lorraine Ward

Esther Neslen's geese

Esther Neslen's geese

Mateus Bailon makes a start on his bird pictures

Mateus Bailon makes a start on his bird pictures

Mateus Bailon's bird pictures

Mateus Bailon's bird pictures

Mateus Bailon's bird pictures

Mateus Bailon's bird pictures

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Plants and birds

Big bird

Big bird

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Eighteen months have taken their toll slightly damaged artwork

Hannah Adamaszek painting one of her beautiful foxes

Hannah Adamaszek painting one of her beautiful foxes




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