File mainly comprises correspondence and reports maintained by Bernie Grant as Chair of the Panel of the Broadwater Farm Residents Association. Relates to issues such as the Broadwater Farm Community Centre Trust, housing, employment, crime prevention, substance misuse awareness programme. Includes meeting notes between the Broadwater Farm Community, Police and the Local Authority.
File contains copies of the Broadwater Centre Trust’s constitution, minutes, agenda and memorandum of association. Note that Bernie Grant was a Chair and Trustee of the Trust.
File comprises documentation such as minutes, correspondence and reports issued by various organisations concerned with the management of Broadwater Farm. For example, the Broadwater [Community] Centre Trust, Broadwater Farm Residents Association, and Haringey Council. Includes information relating to issues such as the planning and establishment of the Broadwater Centre, the Broadwater Farm project entitled ‘Better Life for Women and Families’, and The Lindo campaign (‘Police crimes against civilians’). A published copy of the Broadwater Farm Estate agreement is also on file.
Also contains correspondence such as letters documenting the re-establishment of the Broadwater Farm Panel and local efforts to improve the farm. Relates to subjects such as employment, housing, inner cities, urban regeneration, Tottenham, Black peoples and Ethnic minorities.
File consists of paperwork such as correspondence between Bernie Grant and the Leader of Haringey Council, Toby Harris, concerning issues affecting the management of Broadwater Farm Estate [eg housing and education matters]. Documents community liaison with the Council to improve conditions on the Estate.
File comprises correspondence surrounding campaign efforts to re-open the case of Winston Silcott for submission to the Court of Appeal. Includes written exchanges between Bernie Grant and correspondents such as the Home Office, Legal Action for Women, Black Women for Wages for Housework. Includes copy of correspondence between Lord Gifford Q.C. and the Legal Action for Women.