To all our backers, followers and friends, Thank you so much for the interest you have shown and the support you have given to our mission to transform the Leyton High Road. Since our @spacehive project launched, circumstances have changed dramatically for many local businesses and Londoners at large, so we are especially grateful to everyone – including @MayorofLondon – who has given their support to the project in recent weeks, while things are still so uncertain. Special thanks also to Kris (@krissheasby), Louise Gordon (@louisegordonmedia) & Annabel Wigoder (@annabelwigoder) for the incredible on-the-ground support they’ve been providing here in Leyton. From the beginning, our project's objectives have been to promote and celebrate the amazing local businesses in Leyton and help lift our local community. Given everything that is happening, we have decided that the best course of action is to press pause on the project until we are confident it is safe and sensible to proceed. In the meantime, we will be focusing our attention on supporting our local community, volunteers, carers, health services and the other key workers who are still keeping Leyton, the borough, and London as a whole running. With @spacehive's support, we will be checking back in a few weeks to see whether we can extend our deadline, and will continue to give Leyton and its businesses the love, care and support they deserve, as well as ensuring London creatives have some semblance of security in their future work – significantly impacted by this crisis, too. We will still welcome pledges if people feel comfortable doing so, but for now, we want to focus our efforts on the support of friends, family and loved ones so we are safe as possible and ready to celebrate when the time comes. We're looking forward to reaching our target and delivering Walala Parade for London. Watch this space, Leyton.