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With Christmas on the horizon, Islington Council is encouraging residents to spend their money at local, independent businesses to keep our high streets thriving.
Better Space affordable workspace opens for business in major boost for Islington’s inclusive economy
Better Space - a new affordable workspace in Islington that supports local social enterprises and small businesses, and helps residents gain vital skills and experience - is open and thriving.
Islington Council and fashion co-operative open unique affordable workspace supporting local fashion talent in latest chapter of community wealth-building campaign
Local designer-makers and residents with an interest in garment production received a boost this week with the opening of a brand-new and unique affordable workspace in Finsbury Park.
Islington Council is supporting Wings - a new, innovative, ethical food delivery app - as part of its commitment to building a local economy that works for everyone.
Islington Council has awarded £1.8 million in extra funding for almost 100 pubs and music, comedy, theatre and dance venues hit by ongoing Covid-19 restrictions.
Extra help for Islington pubs and music, comedy, theatre and dance venues affected by Covid-19 restrictions
Islington Council is today (Tuesday, 25 May) launching extra financial help for pubs and music, comedy, theatre and dance venues hit by Covid-19 restrictions.
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 leading a £1.6million project to create new opportunities, improve local facilities and unlock the potential in the Cally area for thousands of residents – starting with conversations on improvements to a community centre and West Library.
Grass-roots community sewing groups have banded together to produce more than 500 face masks for vulnerable residents in Islington during the lockdown, learning vital skills that have opened up employment and training opportunities.