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Islington observes one minute silence in memory of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
On Saturday, 17 April, The Mayor of Islington Cllr Janet Burgess, in her capacity as first citizen of the borough, observed a one minute’s silence on behalf of the people of Islington to mark the death of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh.
Islington’s indoor leisure facilities and five local libraries will be reopening today, 12 April, as part of the UK’s gradual easing out of coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Joint statement from Cllr Richard Watts, Leader of Islington Council, and Cllr Janet Burgess, The Mayor of Islington
Islington Council today (Tuesday, 6 April) begins consultation on a proposed support payment scheme for survivors of abuse suffered while placed by the council in one of its children’s homes from 1966 to 1995.
Islington’s favourite horticultural competition is back just in time for spring, and gardeners of all abilities are being invited to take part.
Islington Council today (Friday, 26 March) announces that by-elections will be held in Highbury West ward, Mildmay ward and St Peter’s ward following the resignations of Cllr Andy Hull, Cllr Joe Caluori and Cllr Vivien Cutler.
Islington Council is today (Tuesday, 23 March) marking a year since the first coronavirus lockdown by thanking local people for their incredible efforts and remembering those we have lost during the pandemic.
Islington Council today (Monday, 22 March) announces that a by-election is to be held in Bunhill ward following the resignation of Claudia Webbe.
Islington Council has donated book boxes to community groups running Mother Tongue Supplementary School programmes, each containing over 100 new children’s books.
Islington Council has become the first local authority in the country to ensure that all young people leaving care in the borough are provided with wi-fi broadband access at home for the first 12 months they live independently.
Islington Council has launched a new strategy aimed at tackling inequality, racism and injustice in the borough for both staff and residents, in line with the council’s commitment to building a fairer Islington where everyone, regardless of background, has the opportunity to realise their potential and enjoy a good quality of life.
Islington Council is set to transform Bingfield and Woodfall parks as part of efforts to create a greener borough, and local people are being invited to have their say.