Brighton Day Trip

August 23rd the Eagle day trip to Brighton, with everybody arriving at 9:00 for a 9:30 departure we left promptly at 9:45, the weather though warm was  fairly cloudy. After a brief comfort break at Pease Pottage services we arrived in Brighton around 12:30,  bathed in hazy sunshine but again quite warm,  the  pebbled beach […]

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Thursday – Computer Club Drop-in

Computer Club Drop-in Thursday 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Friendly, free & informal learning, small group size, for complete beginners and those with some experience. You can learn anything to do with using computers, tablets, smartphones, and other digital devices. Stay for as little or as long as you want. Come and learn something new […]

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Eagle Badminton Club

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 Hornsey Raod. For further information call Mick on 07523 508281 or Stamford  0207 923 8010

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Brand – Life withouit drugs – Guardian 9th March 2013

The last time I thought about taking heroin was yesterday. I had received “an inconvenient truth” from a beautiful woman. It wasn’t about climate change – I’m not that ecologically switched on – she told me she was pregnant and it wasn’t mine. I had to take immediate action. I put Morrissey on in my car […]

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Branson – Breaking the Taboo – Is this for You?

Decrinalisation of illegal drugs is moving up the agenda once more. Not before time but previously it has been knocked back and down without real debate. Maybe this time with examples going on in Portugal and elsewhere it may gain some some momentume get some wheels, go on a journey. Its not for me to […]

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Russell Brand: methadone is a bad way to treat heroin addicts

Russell Brand: methadone is a bad way to treat heroin addicts Russell Brand has become an enthusiastic advocate for the need to treat addicts through rehabilitation programmes. Photograph: Karen Robinson For The Observer/Karen Robinson Russell Brand has no compunction about calling himself a junkie. “When it comes to the disease of addiction I’m no different […]

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Preventing and protecting: adult abuse in Islington

Free Community Conference Date: 28th May 2012 Time: Doors open at 12.00pm for a free light lunch. The conference starts at 12.45 and ends at 16:00. What the conference is about: Look at how people in Islington are preventing the abuse of adults at risk, and protecting them when abuse happens. Have your say in […]

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SMART Recovery – Another Route to Abstinence

Investigate this organisation of self help support. It may be the solution to your addiction issues.  If you don;t investigate that you may never know if this can help you change behavioural and lifestyle patterns.  The number of meetings each week is expanding fast and with the participation of just about all Treatment Providers in […]

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Drug-drivers to face jail time under new law

Drivers found to have taken drugs face a prison sentence of up to six months and a fine of up to £5,000 under new legislation, ministers reveal on Monday 7th May Plans to make driving while under the influence of drugs an offence will be included in a crime, communications and courts bill that will […]

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Russell Brand gives it Large

24 April 2012 This is the Home Affairs Select Committee’s fourth evidence session in the inquiry into drugs policy. The inquiry, which has received numerous written evidence submissions from organisations and members of the public, is intended to be a comprehensive review of drugs policy. Russell Brand gives evidence alongside Chip Somers, the Chief Executive […]

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