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7 7 Issue 81 / 2015 GUESTLIST With vinyl sales increasing in recent years and the annual, beloved by many, Record Store Day still going strong year after year, we couldn't be happier to let all you wax aficionados in on a little secret. Vinyl Pimp, situated in Hackney Wick, have decided to spread a little more joy into the world (as if you deserve it) by giving away over 5000 records. First things first, no you can't get down there early with your friend's van and take the lot, they're not spreading that much joy. However, you can take up to ten, as long as you share their Facebook post. Easy enough. Oh and there are a few other rules. You can only take one lot of ten records and are not allowed to "collect for a friend", as if you would be that kind anyway right? Plus only fifteen people allowed in at a time, because health and safety is a thing these days. So get down there on Fridays this month for your free swag - happy digging! It's a Hackney WIck tIng: VInyl PImP The East London record store is giving away vinyls this month This might just be the nicest café in London whole struggling through on our principles alone, without looking for funding but it just doesn't seem right to not use the café properly – we need to start targeting the bits of the community that need our support, but we need some help to do that." good eggs: saVe tHe date cafe Based in Dalston, Save the Date Café saves leftover food from going to waste, turns it into delicious dishes and serves it to the homeless for free and on a pay-as-you-feel basis to everyone else. 40% of the food produced in the UK goes to waste, so as well as combating this environmental issue, the café's ethos of inclusion is helping to tackle poverty too. Save the Date has run for a year without funding but it needs help to keep going, especially now that it's coming to winter and they don't have enough warm, sheltered areas. They also want to start running community workshops like helping widowed men over 60 learn to cook for themselves, and as a not- for-profit organisation, they need donations to do so. As co-founder James Smart said, "We've done the

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