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Public Demonstration on Friday 9th November

Mon 29th Oct 2007

As many visitors to this website will already know (and thank you for your pledges of support!), we are organising a iq option brazil public demonstration to draw attention to the plight of Woolworths and other shops on the Portobello Road. The demonstration is on Friday 9th November at 3pm outside Woolworths, 211 Portobello Road.

Woolworths shop front, Portobello Road (photography: Robin Meltzer)

WOOLWORTHS: The Local Pressure Is Working, KEEP IT UP!

Wed 22nd Aug 2007

UK Investments, one of the Portobello 'Super Landlords', is under massive local pressure from residents who do not wish to see valued local stores close in favour of luxury flats and retail outlets.

Portobello market sign (photography: Robin Meltzer)

Outrage at plans to "sell off Portobello's soul"

Mon 13th Aug 2007

PETITION TO SAVE SHOPS THAT LOCAL PEOPLE ACTUALLY USE... COUNCILLORS "SLEEPWALKING TO DISASTER"... WOOLWORTHS TO BE TURNED INTO LUXURY GATED FLATS

Woolworths sign (photography: Robin Meltzer)
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