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GB 1534 CLCBLG/1/65 · File · 1985-1988
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

Material relating to CLCBLG’s relations and interactions with Camden Council.

Includes: circulars from the Council to community groups re: police consultation, equal opportunities, social events for voluntary and community organisations, the future of Hampstead Heath, and other issues; Council correspondence (incoming and outgoing) re: CLCBLG search for suitable premises, including letters from local councillors in support of CLCBLG; report on local social services provision for lesbians and gay men; Camden Council annual report (1984/85) and budget consultation (1986/87); booklets and flyers re: sport in Camden, local service provision, and racism in council housing allocation.

GB 1534 CLCBLG/1/77 · File · 1979-1988
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

Correspondence to CLCBLG supporters and local community including mail outs, letters, press cuttings, leaflets, posters, flyers, and related material.

Includes: catalogue for ‘Celebrate the Gay Way’ brand (n.d.); ‘Just Talking’ creative writing journal from Cambridge House Adult Literacy Scheme (1979); Camden Council Women’s Committee ‘Fact Pack’ (n.d.); letters between CLCBLG representatives, local councillors, and other local organisers which document the dispute over the Centre’s Phoenix Road premises; photocopies of the petition against CLCBLG’s premises; a large poster featuring CLCBLG’s logo in black & red; Lesbian Employment Rights newsletter 7 (Nov 1988), detailing dismissal of Black CLCBLG worker.

Premises - Retention thereof
GB 1534 CLCBLG/1/86 · File · 1989-1993
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

Correspondence relating to the retention of Phoenix Road premises by CLCBLG, including planning application to retain use of ground floor space as CLCLBLG (1990). Also contains correspondence relating to construction works at nearby Chamberlain House; correspondents include St Pancras Housing Association and Camden Council.