Textile meeting to bring healing… with founding members to establish sustainable future for circular economy:

to link fresh talents with the industry

Releasing all textiles from CS4 back into the community for closure of CS4 as soon as possible.

A combination of  lack of appropriate cluster external risk assessment, communication breakdown between Officials responsible for the Broadwater Farm Frontline Enterprise, leaseholders and managers, and general public apprehension and trauma led to this decision, that came after 3 months of reviews and internal consultation among group members, feeling sad to have no other choice but put an end to an 8 year amazing adventure on one of the most infamous social estates which is home to amazing loving communities.

The textile mobile workshops will be available on demand.

Linking small Jamaican and other Tottenham ethical ethnical sewing designer groups in need of resources, local sewing suppliers, local pattern cutters, designers and factories to help move prototypes into production.




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