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Community campaigns to bring refugee family to De Beauvoir

Four pensioners are rallying together, in the hopes they can bring a vulnerable family of refugees to De Beauvoir. They are seeking approval from Hackney Council...

“I haven’t got time to take pictures of dog sh*t” –...

De Beauvoir residents are being encouraged to head out and take snaps of dog muck in the latest drive to clean up the area. The...

What do Hackney businesses want from George Osborne’s budget?

As George Osborne prepares his red box for his eighth budget next week, small businesses are waiting to see what the Chancellor has up his sleeve for...

From The Kray Twins to Jamie Oliver this De Beauvoir cafe...

You can’t walk into Yummy’s café, whose founder grew up with the Kray Twins, in De Beauvoir without joining a heated discussion between owner...

“What Makes a Man?” asks De Beauvoir exhibition

Masculinity was the centre of attention during an evening of short films on Tuesday night. The What Makes a Man? event included six short films...

Olive cafe to close

A family owned Egyptian restaurant is to shut its doors for good. Samieh and Homada Farrah have decided to sell the Olive Cafe on Southgate...

War memorial exhibition opens at De Beauvoir church

De Beauvoir residents joined together to remember the First World War with the opening of a memorial at St Peter’s Church last Sunday. Local researchers...

Women’s Institute to open De Beauvoir branch

Photo credit: Dan Tookey A resurgent Women’s Institute (WI) will open a new branch in De Beauvoir this April, the third to start in Hackney...

Hackney takes to the airwaves

A group of De Beauvoir residents have been challenged to produce a radio show in just six weeks.

De Beauvoir café offers ‘pay what you can’ prices to homeless

A retired teacher has started a café where homeless people can eat on a "pay what you can" basis.