16 July. 7pm. Blessed Sacrament Church, Copenhagen Street. King’s Cross Railway Lands Group and King’s Cross Community Projects invite you personally. This is your chance to show how much your local train and tube station means to you – whether you live, work, travel through or travel to King’s Cross. We’ll be inviting Network Rail (the owner of King’s Cross Station), London Borough of Camden (the station is in Camden, not Islington even though so many Islington residents and workers use the station), the Greater London Assembly, the Mayor of London, JK Rowling and many others to tell you why your entrance to the Station is going to be closed in Spring 2009 and what they are going to do about it. There’ll be a highly informative exhibition about the Station and local access to it. There’ll be celebrities, bands, dancers, even Beyonce may turn up (ok, maybe I’m exaggerating now).
Go to www.kingscrossaccess.com, subscribe to the blog there and you’ll get the latest news about the campaign to keep King’s Cross Station open and how you coming to the public meeting will make a difference… There’ll be more information on www.kingscrossaccess.com tomorrow… www.kingscrossaccess.com, because you’re worth it.