Tower Community Newspaper no 51 November / December 1978

Front page.

Front Page Tower Community Newspaper no 51 November / December 1978.

Front Page. Save local nick: the fight is on; Tottenham Court Road police station. Help! Tower needs writers, editors and distributors; Keys for trees; Bedford Square access; Clean gone away: the Warren Baths; Nick Bailey writes about the St Pancras Baths, built by Horace Gundry in 1878, which stood at Whitfield Place at the top of Whitfield Street. 

Page 2.

Page 2 Tower Community Newspaper no 51 November / December 1978.

Page 2. Helen Haigh writes; Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association advice worker. Nursery Group. Housing Survey.

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Page 3 Tower Community Newspaper no 51 November / December 1978.

Page 3. Whose Festival? Thousands of people at Fitzrovia Festival but do we really want it to be a fixture in the London Tourist Board’s diary? Change it to a purely local celebration? But what about the workers? Asks Stephen Mullin Fizrovia Festival secretary. Festival accounts. Photographs by Roger John Burrell.

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Page 4 Tower Community Newspaper no 51 November / December 1978.

Page 4. Letters, gossip and what’s on.

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Page 5 Tower Community Newspaper no 51 November / December 1978.

Page 5. Darts league. Two-faced minister, Goodge Place, Carburton Street. Green Goodge by Gill Burke. Adverts: Scala Cinema; Nan Kin Japanese restaurant.

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Page 6 Tower Community Newspaper no 51 November / December 1978.

Page 6. Pensioners corner. Huntley Street latest, Nick Bailey.

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Page 7 Tower Community Newspaper no 51 November / December 1978.

Page 7. Local association reports. An itch in time. Community Health Council.

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Page 8 Tower Community Newspaper no 51 November / December 1978.

Page 8. Camden sell out tenants hit; Grafton Way. Benefit review, DHSS. Smashing start at The Warren; playground.

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