Share this article Share Despite all these measures it has not stopped the illegal encampment springing up in a field next door to these new homes and just yards from one of the main entrances to the Olympic Village. Next summer thousands of people will use the entrance to get to the Velodrome cycling arena and national Hockey Centre. Yesterday, the travellers on the illegal site were getting water from a hose meant for emergency use at the legal site and provided by the council. Travellers from the purpose-built camp were also visiting their illegal neighbours and letting them use their bathrooms. The travellers’ site at St Theresa’s Close pictured in the foreground where gypsies have moved in less than a year before visitors from around the world arrive for the Olympics One nearby resident, who wished not to be named, said: There are twice as many of them as before dumping twice as much rubbish and causing twice as much damage. This has now backfired with the emergence of the new unauthorised families. An LDA spokesman, which originally approved the spending of the Olympic money on the project, said it was now under the control and management of Hackney council.
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Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get Daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A group of travellers that have been illegally camped on the site of a former Essex pub have finally left, but shocking footage shows the state the area has been left in.
The Pompadours, which is located on the corner of Edenhall Road, Bridgwater Road and Hilldene Avenue in Harold Hill, closed its doors for the last time in March and has stood empty ever since. Shortly after the closure, plans were submitted for a number of flats to be built on the site, although local residents slammed the move, claiming that the flats would be out of character with the local area and would cause a parking nightmare. With that in mind, Starstone Ventures, who own the land, submitted new proposals in October promising that 25 per cent of the family homes built on the site would be reserved for local Havering residents.
Read More Police called as travellers invade Aldi car park in Grays But since the pub’s closure, the site has been a popular location for travellers, with a large unauthorised encampment occupying the land. On Bank Holiday Monday May 28 , pictures from Harold Hill showed the traveller group finally deciding to leave the site.
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Get daily news updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Origins There are thought to be over , Gypsy Roma and Irish Travellers in the UK Roma Gypsies are originally from northern India, whereas Travellers are of Irish origin and both groups are nomadic.
Since , Travellers have been recognised as an ethnic group and are protected under the Race Relations Act in the UK. Education Being on the road means traveller children often grow up outside of educational systems. Which means they suffer educational and social exclusion if they do attend school. Many children never attend school, while others are illiterate because formal education is not a priority in the gypsy culture.
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Calum Rutter Local Democracy Reporter Copyright Unknown Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Illegally camped travellers in Richmond could be moved on faster, as the council plans to ask the High Court for more powers. Current rules mean it can take up to three weeks to move people and caravans after they are set up, with the council needing to carry out welfare checks, apply for a court order and allow time for the travellers to move on of their own accord.
But the authority is seeking an injunction that would protect council land and allow encampments to be moved on immediately. Cllr Martin Elengorn, cabinet member for environment, planning and sustainability, said: There is also occasional anti-social behaviour. However, we have to work within the law and the current process is lengthy. The injunction would cover all the council’s parks, open spaces and roads, and would last initially for three months, but could be extended by up to three years.
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Martin Godwin for the Guardian My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding, the television series that ended last week and attracted nine million viewers, was designed to “throw an overdue light on a secretive, marginalised and little-understood segment of our society”, according to the blurb from Channel 4. But the show largely avoided the myriad of problems, such as discrimination, poor health and poverty faced by Travellers, except for what felt like a tokenistic final episode, and instead focused on over-the-top wedding dresses and other excesses.
MBFGW was about Gypsies and Travellers, but there was criticism from both communities that C4 failed to properly distinguish between the two. Since , Travellers have been recognised as an ethnic group and are protected under the Race Relations Act. Last week C4 was accused by the Irish Traveller Movement in Britain of fuelling “hatred and suspicion” of their way of life and have demanded a right of reply. Kathleen, who lives with her six children in a three-bedroom trailer, is fairly typical of an Irish Traveller woman, except that she is separated from her husband.
Along with many other Gypsy and Traveller women in the UK, Kathleen was a victim of domestic violence. She now feels safe because she has male family members living on the same site. The situation probably isn’t helped by the fact that there is only one, room refuge dedicated to Traveller women in the UK, also in London. But domestic violence is just one of the issues tackled by O’Roarke during her visits.