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Next meeting Wednesday 5 March: get involved
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Creating a voice for Dalston
We are very pleased to announce, that we have secured a small grant to make a short film. The objective is to create a voice for the concerns and aspirations of the people of Dalston. Many thanks to Hackney Council for Voluntary Services for showing faith in us. 
 
Come to the meeting and find out more
We are holding a meeting on Wednesday 5 March at the Trinity Centre, on Beechwood Road (opposite the school at the Forrest Road end) from 6:30pm till 8pm. At the meeting we will be filming interviews with Dalston residents, and discussing how we can reach out into the community. We will also plan further activity, including a celebration of all things Dalston which we hope to hold towards the end of May. 

How else can you help?
As part of the research for the film, we are organising an on-line survey.  You can undertake the on-line survey here: http://tinyurl.com/p3ywalg
 
If you have a laptop, or a smartphone with a camera, you can record your views on changes in the area. Then up load it to youtube, and then send us a link (to hackneyunites@btinternet.com)  
 
You tube is very easy to use and there is a guide to getting started here: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/3309389 and a guide to uploading here: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/57407?hl=en-GB
 
Get the message out
Please tell your friends and neighbours in Dalston about this project (email them this newsletter, post on twitter or Facebook with a link to this newsletter: https://tinyurl.com/py9k62d

If you have any experience in film-making and want to contribute to the success of this project, please let us know. 
 
If you are not already on our mailing list and want to get our regular newsletters, please sign up here: http://eepurl.com/ETY9P and together we can build a stronger community in Dalston.

Regards


John Page
Secretary
Hackney Unites

Dalston Futures is a Hackney Unites project supported by Awards for All lottery funding and this film project has received a grant from Hackney Council for Voluntary Services.