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Ana Hick died after taking ecstasy on a night out in Dublin | 24.05.2015


14:33, 24 May 2015     ByGarreth MacNamee Ecstasy pills are being mixed with bleach and heroin after police stings cut into the profits of dealers.The Irish Sunday Mirror reports that the seizure of shipments at ports around … read more

Shakey P shook us with amazement with his Rapping skills | 30.07.2013

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24th July 2013  saw twenty of us in the Company of Charlie Dupre – Spoken word & Rap Artist – at the Arcola Theatre Studio in Dalston for an hour of unrivalled skill and verbal dexterity Shakespearean style. … read more

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First Saturday in June – Derby Day | |

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Saturday 6th June  Day at the Races….Fish & Chip lunch washed down with fresh fruit milkshakes and a little Derby Day Sweepstake. plus our traditional impossible Quiz and a couple of Bingo games When Saturday 6th June 1.00 … read more

Eagle Badminton Club | |

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Eagle Badminton club…Come along and have some free fun…equipment provided..just bring yourself . Open to Islington & Camden residents trying to get clean or sober from addiction.. 6-00 pm – 7.30 pm every Tuesday at Sobell Leisure Centre … read more

December St Nicholas Celebrations | |

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Come and celebrate the beginning of the Christmas period with fun, jollity a slap up Christmas meal , Turkey with trimmings, le roast beef & ham with mince pies and stuff to complete the the feast and Santa … read more

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Mission Statement

Established in July 2011, The Eagle Recovery Project aims to assist people maintain an abstinent lifestyle having previously been victims of drug or alcohol addiction. The Project also aims to encourage Carers of those in active addiction to share their experiences with each other and gain a wider insight into addiction and the paths to abstinence recovery.

We aim to assist and contribute to change in those who accept the challenge of living their lives differently.   Eagle provides a social and therapeutic peer led meeting place for both carers of those in active addiction and people who have chosen an abstinence recovery way of living. The non judgemental social atmosphere enables carers and recovery clients to appreciate the issues of active addiction, the damage done to family, friends and local community and the steps taken to achieve an abstinent lifestyle.

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