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Clive Efford: 'The southeastern franchise is fraying at the edges'

Clive was delighted to join Greenwich Council leader Danny Thorpe at the opening of the new cinema in Eltham High Street.

cinema_o9pening.jpg“I am so pleased to be here at the opening of this wonderful new cinema in our town centre” said Clive.  “I know that this day has been hotly anticipated by many keen cinema-goers in Eltham.  I hold regular surgeries in St Marys Community next door so have been able to see the building grow and develop.”

“I think that both the Council and Vue are to be congratulated on this ambitious achievement.  We also welcome Nandos to our High Street and look forward to the Sky Bar and pizza restaurant opening soon.  This is the culmination of years of improvements to Eltham High Street which will help existing businesses and attract new ones.”

Clive has worked closely to ensure that both the cinema operators Vue and local residents have been able to communicate with each other.  “I organised public meetings where the two came together to ensure that local residents views were listened to.  The Cinema were happy to work with local people to ensure that we got the first-class cinema we see today.

 

Clive welcomes new Cinema to Eltham High Street

Clive was delighted to join Greenwich Council leader Danny Thorpe at the opening of the new cinema in Eltham High Street.

Clive today attended the parliamentary launch of the RSPB's 'Let Nature Sing'. Let Nature Sing, is a recording of Bird Song released as a single, the RSPB are hoping it will hit the charts and help highlight the number of birds disappearing forever like the Cuckoo, Nightingale, and Turtle Dove.

The RSPB is calling on the public to download, stream and share the single and help get birdsong into the charts for the first time, spreading the word that people across the UK are passionate about nature’s recovery. 

The track is designed to reconnect the nation with nature, helping people find a moment to relax and promote a feeling of tranquillity, as birdsong has been proven to aid mental health and promote feelings of wellbeing.

Directed by Sam Lee, award-winning singer and musician, and produced by Bill Barclay, musical Director at the Globe Theatre; the single uses entirely new sound recordings from RSPB nature reserves around the UK

The single is available on all major platforms and it is hoped will reach a crescendo in the charts for International Dawn Chorus Day on 5 May.  More information and access to the download can be found at www.rspb.org.uk/letnaturesing.

Clive attends Let Nature Sing Campaign Launch

Clive today attended the parliamentary launch of the RSPB's 'Let Nature Sing'. Let Nature Sing, is a recording of Bird Song released as a single, the RSPB are hoping it...


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