If music be the food of protest, Rokeby hopes to play on



Rokeby residents campaigning to keep their playing fields as an open space were given a pleasant surprise at the weekend.
Activists from SHARE (Sustainable Hillside and Rokeby Education) and SARD (Stop Ashlawn Road Development) who were staffing a stall in Rokeby Playing Fields on Saturday were treated to the first performance of a new campaign song.
Singer/songwriter Anna Perry took along her guitar and serenaded the activists.
Hillside resident and campaigner Michelle Lines said “I thought my afternoon would be spent working on the stall – instead we had an impromptu concert.
“It shows... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 29
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