Kate Nash Continues to Do Good
After helping clean up Clapham she's now backing attempts to collect donations for Tottenham residents hit by the riots...
The singer - who tweeted at the beginning of week that people should join her in the post-riot clean up - is now hoping people will join her in giving donations to people hit by the Tottenham riots - where many businesses were destroyed and homes burnt down.
Tweeting once more she called for her followers to come to Hoxton Square between 11am and 2.30pm today (August 11).
"Please bring: home hardware, phone chargers, personal hygiene products for women and babies, stuff for teenagers, non perishable food," the singer instructs.
A recent update (11.20am) says the "Camden pick up - now till 2.00 outside majestic wine shop on Camden high street/ chalk farm road. Near the nandos!"
Meanwhile Matt Bellamy has also taken to twitter to comment on recent events.
In a rare appearance on the social networking site the Muse man vented his anger at those involved.
"A violent expression of unfairness in society or just dumb f***s yearning for a hug from daddy? This is no Uprising."
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