The Centre for Urban and Community Research invites local activists, local organisations, academics, residents, and government officials to this free event where you can share stories of the “regeneration” of Deptford.
On Friday 25th April we will be looking back over the two decades since the publication of Jess Steele’s book Turning The Tide, History of Everyday Deptford, which coincided with the start of CUCR’s evaluation of the Deptford City Challenge programme.
Our aim is to discuss the recent changes in Deptford, but also to think about the possible futures for the area. The day promises screenings, workshop and seminar. Speakers include : Alison Rooke, Michael Keith, Jess Steele, Ben Gidley, Jessica Leech, Heidi Seetzen, Rob Imrie, Luna Glucksberg, Neil Transpontine and Joe Montgomery.
The event takes place on Friday 25th April between 3.30 – 8pm in the Council Chamber, Deptford Town Hall.
For more information and to register your attendance please go to : http://www.gold.ac.uk/cucr/20years/hasthetideturned/ or contact Francisco Calafate on firstname.lastname@example.org