Author Archives: friendsofhackneynurserys
A recent letter to the editor in the Hackney Gazette Fear of more childcare funding cuts Thursday 16th September 2010 It is great news that Hackney Council have decided to keep free swimming for under 16s. It’s a shame however that, along with The Learning Trust, it seems intent … Continue reading
This article originally appeared here Camille Barbagallo and Nic Beuret look at the role of public services and how the cuts axe is falling Childcare services in the UK are under attack. Childcare services across the country are being defunded, abolished … Continue reading
It has to be recognized that cuts to nursery funding is not just an attack on the families who will lose out, or just an attack on those workers who will lose their jobs (or, in some instances, have their … Continue reading
Details: Wednesday 21st July 2010 at 6 p.m. outside the Town Hall, Mare St, E8. We have invited Rita Krishna, member of Cabinet with responsibility for Children and Young People (and member of the board of the Learning Trust), to … Continue reading
The next campaign meeting for Friends of Hackney Nurseries is on Wednesday 4 August 6.30pm Bath House Community Nursery 76 Shacklewell Lane Hackney all parent, nursery staff, community members, kids welcome!
all nursery staff, parents, community activists, trade unionists, feminists and kids welcome Friends of Hackney Nurseries Strategy Planning Afternoon Sunday 27 June 1.30pm – 4.30pm Hackney City Farm, 1a Goldsmith’s Row, London E2 8QA [creche: you need to call 07981070417 … Continue reading
These beautiful images were created by the london anarcha feminist kolektiv – they are drawings from photographs taken at the Friends of Hackney Nurseries Fun Day