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Tottenham MP, David Lammy, and Edmonton MP, Andy Love, help raise £6,000 for disabled children
The Mayor of Haringey, Councillor Sheila Peacock (centre, front), Andy Love (centre, back), the MP for Edmonton, and the leader of Haringey council, Cllr Claire Kober (far right), at a charity breakfast held at the South Tottenham Synagogue
Politicians from Enfield, Haringey and Hackney joined forces to raise money for disabled and vulnerable children.
David Lammy, the MP for Tottenham, and Andy Love, the MP for Edmonton, were among the guests who attended a charity breakfast at the South Tottenham Synagogue.
The event was held on behalf of Mayor of Haringey Councillor Sheila Peacock in support of her Special Fund Appeal for disabled and vulnerable children.
Guests at the charity breakfast also included Mayor of Hackney Cllr Jules Pipe, the leader of Haringey council Cllr Claire Kober, and the Haringey Mayor's consort Mark Grosskopf.
Other councillors from Haringey and Hackney and members of the south Tottenham Jewish community also attended the event.
The event was organised by Shmuel Yosef Davidsohn, a member of the south Tottenham Jewish community, and a total of £6,000 was raised.
The Mayor's Special Fund Appeal for 2013/14 hopes to raise £100,000 to support disabled and vulnerable children in the borough.
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