Committee

The BRAT committee meets on a Tuesday evening every two months, and there is also an annual meeting where the committee is elected. Meetings are open and are usually held at the Institute of Contemporary Music (Dyne Road).

The next committee meeting will be Tuesday 3 May 2016.

One comment on “Committee
  1. Pam Laurance says:

    Hello Friends,

    On the 12th April Brent Friends of the Earth will hold a public meeting to discuss the situation with air pollution – which we all know to be a serious health threat for Londoners and is a major problem in Brent.

    It will start at 7.30 and last for about an hour and a half. The point will be to learn about how air pollution is affecting us and to discuss what we need to do to get cleaner air to breathe.

    BRAT members would be very welcome.

    The discussion will be followed by our AGM which everyone is very welcome to stay for.

    It will take place in the meeting room of the Watling Gardens Estate, which is just five minutes walk north of Kilburn Station.http://brentfoe.com/content/watling-gardens.

    Invited speakers are –
    Councillor Eleanor Southwood – Lead member for the Environment at Brent Council (Confirmed)
    Councillor Navin Shah – Assembly Member for Brent and Harrow(Confirmed)

    Dawn Butler, M.P. for Brent Central, (hopes to be able to attend)

    Maybe an officer from the pollution control services ate Brent Council

    Probably a campaigner from Friends of the Earth H.Q.

    Maybe a campaigner form “Client Earth”

    For more info phone me, Pam Laurance, on 020 8621 0157 or email me on info@brentfoe.com

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