What’s On: 23-29th September

The Sculpture exhibition of Waiting models are still here for you to admire alongside some fantastic poems, which we hope to include in an upcoming Mill anthology. GIVE or TAKE: Sunday is a special day if you are having a clearout: LCRN is working in partnership with the North London Waste Authority to deliver RE-USE […]

What’s On: 17-22 September

If you need help on a variety of council issues, every third Tuesday we host a High Street Ward Councillor Surgery – you can pop in until 11.30 for advice and on Wednesdays from 1pm Waltham Forest Advice Surgery. Some new things starting this week: Mamenoki Bunko Japanese Book Club returns on Thursdays (monthly) at […]

What’s On this week at The Mill from 3rd September

This week, a reminder that Waltham Forest Arts Club Summer Exhibition finishes Saturday: This group show by a selection of artists represented by Waltham Forest Arts Club has a week to go – artworks are for sale from a wide group of established local artists (early seasonal presents?) Tuesday starts with the regular session at […]

What’s On this week 27th August

Bank Holiday is over, but at The Mill all week, we are still getting arty-our latest art show is the Waltham Forest Arts Club Summer Exhibition-and on Thursday for children we have the last one of the summer holiday drop in art club. Make some arty stuff with Mo! Tuesday from 10 visit the ‘Job […]

What’s On this week at the Mill from 23rd July

This week at the Mill, why not see if you can brush up on some skills: Tuesday: The Get Working team from Community Links is here on from 10-4 to offer support and advice in the meeting room (repeated Thursday) . Wednesday Amanda offers Basic 1-2-1 Computer Skill Training in the Living Room (free). The […]

Some questions (and answers) from Alison, The Mill’s Chair

Q: What’s been going well so far and why? Alison: We’ve been making really good progress and have had hours and hours of hard working volunteer contribution.  We have identified skilled professional volunteers to complement our enthusiastic and hard working ‘amateurs’.  We’re about to have a registered charity (with very well considered constitutional documents) and […]