Save Harmony Hall, stop the sale, save it for the local community!

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Harmony Hall set in the heart of Walthamstow, London is set to close and be sold.

This small well-established community building in Truro Road E17, just off the famous market, High Street, has a rich history in providing for local workers, youth and the community generally over generations. Now the owners a registered charity called Livability have decided to sell-off the building.

The Charity Crest who have managed the building on behalf of Livability for over 20 years are up against an enormous task to try and raise £1 million to buy the building has so far failed. The possibility of closure is terrible news.

Around seventy local user groups - faith groups across all cultures, mental health groups for all ages, language classes of all kinds, children and youth activities and much more - are all welcomed into this lovely characterful and homely building. Some meet weekly, others more irregularly. The building is one of the few meeting places left in central Walthamstow, and it is accessible.

This closure could have disastrous consequences for all users, but especially vulnerable people with mental health issues, and young people.

The inscription over the entrance reads “Harmony Hall a multi-cultural family centre serving the people of central Walthamstow”. The Hall was trusted to the people of Walthamstow in the 1930's and has been integral to the wider community for decades.

We are alarmed that the sale of building is to fill a hole in Livability's pension pot.

Harmony Hall belongs to everyone in our community – not to anyone. Help us to save it for all. Show your support by signing our petition and sending a clear message to implore Livability to change their minds.

Let's Save Harmony Hall for All!

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