- Monday 26th February - challenging the Home Secretary on the Government's priorities in managing refugees in Calais.
- Tuesday 27th February - taking part in Treasury questions to raise the importance of the Single Market to Britain's future and then hosting the winner of my 2017 Christmas Card competition in parliament.
- Wednesday 28th February - taking part in an assembly on street harassment at Walthamstow School for Girls and then taking part in the Draft Building Societies and Financial Services delegated legislation in parliament.
- Friday 2nd March - Speaking at the Lewisham East General Committee Labour Party.
- Saturday 3rd March - Speaking at the Doughty Street Chambers International Women's Day Conference.
Wednesday, 28 February 2018
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Monday, 12 February 2018
Stella Creasy MP for Walthamstow writes this week in her 'Working for Walthamstow' newsletter "The Post Office have written to me this week to confirm they are now moving the Leyton Post Office on Lea Bridge road to the currently vacant premises previously known as Pound + Plaza at 609-611 Lea Bridge Road where it would be run as part of a new business by "AZ Bargains". They state this change is being made as part of the continuing modernisation of their network and that five responses to their consultation on this proposal were received. The old Post Office building will close on Thursday 22nd Marchand the new franchise is due to open on Friday 23rd March."
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- Monday 12th February - hosting the Waltham Forest Young Advisors in Parliament to showcase their work. Please note parliament is on recess this week and so there will be no votes.
- Friday 16th February - visiting the new housing developments in the Blackhorse Road area.
- Saturday 17th February - joining the celebrations for the 25th Anniversary of the Walthamstow Christian Kitchen.
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Sunday, 4 February 2018
Next Friday 9th February Indycube will be formally opening their new home in Walthamstow at the former Co-op Bank on Hoe Street.
Helping bring Indycube, the union for self employed people and workspace provider, to our community is part of our ongoing efforts to help support Walthamstow residents to build a modern economy that works for all.
Anyone can join Indycube for free until April 2018 and enjoy the benefits of their services including factoring and legal advice - please drop in between 4.30pm to 7.30pm to the space at the old Co-operative Bank on Hoe Street in Walthamstow to find out more about working there.
Stella Creasy, Labour and Cooperative MP for Walthamstow, says "I'm pleased to say we will be joined by Matthew Taylor of the Royal Society of Arts who is leading the Government review into self employment, so it is an ideal opportunity for any Walthamstow resident to contribute to his thinking on this issue too.
"Self employed residents are not the only ones in our community facing economic problems in Walthamstow.
"In May 2018 as many as 20,000 residents will be moved onto the Universal Credit, facing a reduction in income and complex paperwork.
"We'll be running workshops in March to help residents who may be affected to help raise awareness and to support those struggling with personal debt in our community. If you would like to help please do get in touch.
"Together we can help protect Walthamstow from the impact of austerity and support an economy that works for all."
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