Our Homes: Where we Live

Our host Eve Wedderburn presents local community members who are looking out for their fellow residents.

Eve is a member of FoNKL, Westway23, a Westway Trust Trustee and has supported the Save Wornington College campaign in various ways.

Eve wrote most of the FoNKL campaign literature including the petition read at full council meeting in 2016. She was involved in delivering the Stand Alone Bid for the College. She is currently involved in the Carnival and Carnivals self-education project

Eve has a professional background in Performing Arts and is a small business owner.


Panellists & Artists

Natasha Langridge

Actress, Writer, Teacher

Following performances at the InTRANSIT Festival and the TeatroKeiros in Rome, Natasha is currently rehearsing In Memory of Leaves on a wide beam barge for an alternative tour of London across three canals. The production opens on the Fordham Gallery Barge at Meanwhile Gardens on the Regents Canal in North Kensington on Wednesday 4th October, 2017./

Sue Duggins

Resident Association representative for Hazelwood Tower

Public Participation


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