Brick Lane 24

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The anniversary of the London Nail Bomb attack on Brick Lane falls on the 24th April each year.

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Preparation for the day:

  • 17-24-30 will set up a Facebook event page “Brick Lane Remembers 17-24-30” for the Brick Lane Act of Remembrance, located on the the 17-24-30 Facebook groups event section here.
  • 17-24-30 will draft a press release for the event
  • 17-24-30 will contact Tower Hamlets Council
    • Invite the Mayor of Tower Hamlets
    • Invite the Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods
    • Invite Tower Hamlets Councillors from Weaver Ward
    • Invite the Leader of the Council
    • Ensure the site is cleaned prior to the event.
    • Invite Tower Hamlets Council to submit a statement to be included in the annual press release.
  • 17-24-30 will contact Tower Hamlets MPS
    • Invite the Borough Commander
    • Invite representation from the Weaver Ward SNT Panel.
    • Inviet representation from Weaver Safer Neighbourhood Team
    • Invite representation from the Tower Hamlets Independent Advisory Group
    • Invite Tower Hamlets MPS to submit a statement to be included in the annual press release.
  • 17-24-30 will contact the neighbouring restaurants, Brick Lane
    • Invite the Managers of the store to attend the event.
  • 17-24-30 will organise a photographer for the event
  • 17-24-30 will release the press release for the event on the 9th April before the event.
  • 17-24-30 will finalise the kit bag for the event by the 17th April.
    • Three lanterns and candles
    • A box of matches
    • Signage to display at the event
    • 2 hi-viability steward tops
    • 17-24-30 leaflets
    • London Hate Crime Reporting Cards
    • Clip board and 17-24-30 mailing list sign up sheets
    • Pens
    • Identity Badges and lanyards
    • String, clips, blue tac and sellotape
  • 17-24-30 will recruit and train volunteers to help steward the event

Plans for the day:

  • 17-24-30 will brief stewards before the event
  • 6pm meet opposite Brick Lane Police Station..
  • Light 3 candles representing the three communities attacked.
  • Hand out information about 17-24-30 and talk to people.
  • 6.30pm Hold a moments silence.
  • 7pm ends – we may go for a meal afterwards

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After the event:

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