Expressing our support and empathy for the shocking eviction situation facing the people, community and enterprises at Brimscombe Mill.

Creative Sustainability colleagues are shocked and saddened to learn that the projects based at Brimscombe Mill face eviction again. We want to express our support and empathy for the infuriating situation facing the people and community based at the Mill. The Grace Network group of enterprises - The Long Table, Kids Stuff, Furniture Bank, GN and The Bike Drop – have had their home at Brimscombe Mill sold from underneath their feet. The team report that their efforts to buy the building or extend the lease have been rejected, and that the new landlord has “no interest” letting the social enterprises stay. They add that their “new community economic model is at risk of being broken apart.”

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