News and Events

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28 June 2021

Opportunities to get vaccinated across Camden

Coronavirus cases are rising across London so we’re encouraging everyone to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Getting vaccinated will protect yourself and loved ones, and will help to prevent further spread of the virus.

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Event: 25 May 2021

Back to Business Event with MBC

Come join Central District Alliance and Midtown Business Club for this critically important event on Back to Business on 25 May 2021 from 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

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05 May 2021

Cllr Luisa Porritt visits Midtown

Midtown chair Alexander Jan and Chief Executive Debbie Akehurst welcomed liberal democrat mayoral candidate Luisa Porritt to the Midtown BID on Tuesday 4th May.

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20 April 2021

Mayor Sadiq Khan visits Midtown

Midtown Chair Alexander Jan and Chief Executive Debbie Akehurst were delighted to welcome Mayor Sadiq Khan.

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18 March 2021

Midtown AGM 2019-2020 Presentation and Documents

Midtown BID AGM documents and resources for members.

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02 March 2021

Brexit webinars with London Business Hub and Mishcon de Reya

Midtown BID in partnership with the London Business Hub is offering you and your colleagues the opportunity to hear from experts at Mishcon de Reya.

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18 February 2021

Formal Notice for 2019-2020 AGM

The Midtown BID invites its members and stakeholders to this year’s online annual general meeting.

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25 December 2020

CDA support Camden Giving

The Central District Alliance donated £10K to Camden Giving towards the Future Changemakers Fund. The Future Changemakers Fund supports projects which will improve the safety of Camden’s young people aged 16-25.

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25 December 2020

CDA support Islington Giving

The Central District Alliance are supporting Islington Giving. We contributed a Christmas donation of £10,000 to their Crisis and Recovery Fund, making a significant difference to the work of groups reaching out to the most vulnerable people in Islington.

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