March For The Homeless A Huge Success: This Is Exactly What The Capital Needs

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DSC00107Hundreds of people brought traffic chaos to Central London last night as the streets were occupied for the capital’s largest ever March for the Homeless.

Around 500  homeless and ex-homeless people, squatters, tenants and housing campaigners gathered opposite Downing Street where a street kitchen was serving free food.  Soon the protest spilled out into Whitehall which was blockaded with one banner reading ‘No More Deaths On Our Streets’.  With traffic backing up police began warning people to leave the road or face arrest only for a cycle rickshaw carrying a full band to turn up and the lively crowd began heading down the road towards Parliament Square.

The march stopped briefly at David Cameron’s backdoor, the often forgotten other end of Downing Street next to St James Park, before making its way to Buckingham Palace where police were forced to hurriedly make a line in front of the gates to…

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March For The Homeless A Huge Success: This Is Exactly What The Capital Needs

Street System Soundz


Street System Soundz – Business Proposal

‘Street System Soundz will have many layers though primarily it will operate, market and conduct itself as an innovative and alternative events company. We will provide those that are socially excluded through homelessness and other complex needs opportunities to gain skills and experience in the events business through active participation and involvement.

The business will centre around bi-monthly events and included two extra community events each year. This will give an active platform for participants to work and train from as they will be involved at every stage. I believe this learning will be invaluable in securing employment or further training.

During periods that our equipment is not being used we would be able to hire to other promoters and groups bringing in more revenue to grow our training model and kit.

The third aspect to the business involves the use of our premises. This will be a shop front and will sell second hand vinyl alongside refreshment. The opportunity to sell unique bespoke items related to the industry also exists.

I have a vision of a community hub that works as a unique social enterprise, giving pleasure and enjoyment, learning and enrichment. ‘Street System Soundz’ will pride itself on being on the frontline of the latest trends.

Street System Soundz