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London Mayoral Elections and SaveKEMP

You are probably bored to death already with the Mayoral elections. By now you have received your GLA booklet on the candidates; you’ve seen them on TV (not all of them, some are not allowed…); you have heard them on the Radio and found their mugshots, I beg your pardon, their photographs all over the [...]

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KEMP wins QE2 Fields Challenge – and then some!

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It’s official! We won! 1,639 votes = most votes in UK An incredible 1,639 votes means that KEMP (King Edward Memorial Park) got more votes than any other participating open space in the Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge in the whole of the UK.  One has to wonder that if the people of the East [...]

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Mobilising through twitter power!

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It’s amazing what people can do when they get together. Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge On Wednesday 16 November we found out about the Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge. This is a superb initiative to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee year and the London Olympics (happening just up the road from Kemp) in 2012 “to [...]

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