NEWS: Local Family Campaigns for Cleaner Air

The Kissi-Debrahs are a local family and their campaign for cleaner air has been all over the news this weekend. The recent Wellmeadow Road Street Party raised funds for their Ella Roberta Foundation Charity

National Coverage:

The Times Grieving-mother-to-sue-london-over-pollution
The Guardian Mother wants inquiry into role of pollution in daughter’s asthma death
Radio 4- The Today programme-7.20am on 6 June Today Programme -Link

listen from 7.20am)

The Evening Standard Sadiq-khan-londons-poorest-are-most-likely-to-suffer-lung-diseas


Simon Harris- ITV News- 7 June 2016

 For  More information:

Local Clean Air Campaigns:

The right to breathe Clean Air is the reason the  Kissi-Debrah family have engaged a group to monitor pollutant levels on the South Circular where Brownhill Road becomes St Mildreds.

Clean Air Campaigns are gathering real  momentum locally.  A major prop in the A Better Lee Green campaign against the giant ASDA superstore being built in Leegate opposite the established giant Sainsbury’s superstore is traffic and air pollution.  Air at the Lee/ Eltham / Tiger’s Head crossroads is already 25% over legal limits. Lewisham Council Planning gave the developers Planning Permission the go ahead just 2 weeks ago.

If you have respiratory issues and live close to Leegate and the Tigers Head junction,  then  please do get in touch with the A Better Lee Green Team .


The HGCA works closely with the  Corbett Residents Association whose patch is  adjacent to the South Circular.  They are  concerned enough to be widening their street planting schemes.


Barbara Gray:  Email:

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