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Buxton locals furious after St Ann’s well is shut off 

17 Aug

An 11,000 strong petition has been signed by frustrated locals following repeated closures of St Ann's Well (pictured) at Buxton, Derbyshire.

‘People tried to put me off’: becoming a social worker after Baby P 

17 Aug

A decade on, the fallout from Peter Connelly’s death is still being felt across child protection and children’s services.

Animal charity comes up with genius way to reunite lost rabbit with owners 

11 Aug

Leon Lambert-Gorwyn is not up for adoption – the rabbit could be though (Picture: SWNS) An animal charity posted a message about a lost rabbit on Facebook only to be swamped with offers from people wanting to adopt the hunk holding it.

Ten years on from Baby P: social work’s story 

3 Aug

Ten years ago 17-month-old Peter Connelly was found dead in his cot after months of cruelty from those who were meant to care for him most.

Teenager jumps out of plane’s emergency exit as it lands 

2 Aug

He slid down the wing and ran onto the tarmac (Picture: Getty Images) A teenager was taken for a medical evaluation after he opened an emergency door on an plane in San Francisco.

Man banned from Tesco for failing to scan £2 pack of ribs 

2 Aug

Jeannot Attard said the incident was ‘hugely embarrassing’ (Picture: Eyevine) A man who accidentally failed to scan a pack of ribs at a Tesco Metro self-service machine has been banned from the store for six months.

The Queen cracks open the gin before lunch every day 

2 Aug

The Queen usually sees off four drinks a day (Picture: REX/Shutterstock) Gin o’clock comes far earlier than you might expect at Buckingham Palace.

North Korea’s ‘Hotel of Doom’ could finally be opened after 30 years 

2 Aug

The Ryugyong Hotel under construction in Pyongyang, North Korea, in 2012.

Couple arrested for having public sex at Enchanted Forest Water Safari 

2 Aug

Kristin Rogers faces numerous charges (Picture: Police handout) A couple have been arrested for having public sex at a water park in New York.

Brit fighting Isis shot himself in the head to avoid capture 

2 Aug

Ryan Lock took the decision to kill himself rather than be captured (Picture: PA) A young man who secretly travelled to Syria to fight Isis turned his gun on himself to avoid being captured by the enemy, an inquest heard.

Budget flights to Europe could be screwed due to Brexit 

2 Aug

Budget airlines like Ryanair could relocate after Brexit (Picture: Getty) Get ready to bid farewell to your summer holiday as you know it – because Brexit could cause budget airlines like RyanAir to pull flights to Europe.

Model’s new breast implants burst open in five-car pile-up 

2 Aug

Becky Bitchenor needed corrective surgery after her breast implants burst during a crash.

What countries are in the Schengen area? The agreement explained 

2 Aug

(Picture: Christopher Furlong via Getty Images) The Schengen Area is an area within Europe where there are no passport checks or border controls – there is complete free movement of people.

Sick stepfather of Baby P who was jailed for horrific abuse is refused parole 

2 Aug

Peter Connelly (Baby P), 17-month-old, who was found dead in his cot in Tottenham in 2007 (Picture: ITV/PA) The ‘stepfather’ of Baby P, who was jailed for a campaign of abuse against the little boy, has been refused parole.

Vintage crime scene photos show 1910s New York’s macabre underworld 

2 Aug

These haunting images show the grisly crime scenes of New York in the 1910s.

What is the 17th Amendment and why are people suggesting it should be repealed? 

2 Aug

(Picture: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images) The 17th Amendment to the United States Constitution says that the Senate of the United States shall have two Senators from each State, elected by the people of the State to represent them for six ...

Lessons must be learned from Finsbury Park attack, government terrorism watchdog warns 

25 Jul

Ministers should take urgent action to tackle Muslim alienation and learn the lessons of the Finsbury Park attack to improve the fight against radicalisation, the governments terrorism watchdog warned today.

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“A Night at the Opera”: Friday 15th September 7.30 p.m. 

20 Aug

You may have seen posters for a local fund-raising event for the North London Samaritans.

Update: August Stall and auction (in aid of North London Samaritans) 

20 Aug

We’re delighted to confirm that the two activities (managed by the BPCA and We Love Myddleton Road)  made a substantial sum:  over £1,200!  (£300 from the stall and £900.00 from the auction).

Lordship River and Harvest Festival, Saturday Sept 16th 

6 Aug

A date for everyone’s diary! Food, stalls, flower and produce show, music stage… more info to follow soon...

Small worlds in focus 

2 Aug

It was great to welcome so many people to Railway Fields for our summer event, Nature Discovery Day, on Saturday 29 July – especially given the less-than-ideal weather! Here’s a look at some of the stunning images we captured during our ...

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31 Jul

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31 Jul

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Ward’s Corner CPO inquiry 

26 Jul

The current enquiry on the controversial CPO by Haringey Council (which ends tomorrow) has a website of public record if you were unable to attend.

How exactly to Transfer Photos From The Computer to some CD 

24 Jul

Some colleges ensure it is feasible for you to pick from a listing.

Calls for a Harringay Entrance to Finsbury Park Echo Edwardian Demands 

21 Jul

Despite Finsbury park being within Harringay's boundaries, we feel quite separated from it due to the lack of entrances from Harringay.

Festival for Young People in the Rec 

20 Jul

August 12th, 1-5pm in the Rec, the Hub and Football Field.

Drinking water Drainage Procedures, Elements, Procedures and Upkeep 

20 Jul

Drinking water Drainage Procedures, Elements, Procedures and Upkeep Drinking water drainage is vital for agricultural, health and fitness and environmental reasons.

Events Around Highgate 

19 Jul

When: Wednesday 12th July at 7 pm ENLARGING THE EDMONTON ENERGY FROM WASTE PLANT:Why so large and how will it affect recycling in North London ? The meeting discussed: the rationale for such a massive increase in capacity at the plant the effect will...

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18 Jul

3 Strategies To Make Cash On The Web With No Expenditures Or Upfront Service Fees Power-Essays As shortly as the tutorial session get commenced, many queries appear in the intellect academic writing of each learners: “How to compose an essay in an ...

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17 Jul

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17 Jul

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International Trade in Australia 

13 Jul

International Trade in Australia EXECUTIVE SUMMARY International trade is becoming more or less a norm with set up trade unions and fewer distinctive nation borders from nation unions similar to the European Union and Trans-Pacific Partnership among ...

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10 Jul

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10 Jul

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Earth First! Summer Gathering in Enfield (9-14 Aug) 

2 Aug

Date: Weds 9 th - Mon 14 th Aug Location: Colesdale Farm, Northaw Road West, Cuffley, Hertfordshire EN6 4QZ  (Trains from Finsbury Park/Hornsey etc) It's described as: Five days of skill-sharing for grassroots ecological direct action - make links, ...

White Helmets Statement on Grenfell 

2 Jul

To the London Fire Brigade from the Syrian Civil Defence [White Helmets] in Daraa, Southern Syria : We were saddened to hear about the loss of souls in the Grenfell Tower fire, including Mohammad al-Haj Ali, a Syrian from our home of Daraa who had ...

The waiting game: six weeks struggling against gatekeeping 

30 Jun

Our member L, a mother of four, is due to be evicted this Monday, 3rd July.

Grenfell Tower Residents – You Are Not Alone 

26 Jun

“When society places hundreds of proletarians in such a position that they inevitably meet a too early and an unnatural death, one which is quite as much a death by violence as that by the sword or bullet; its deed is murder just as surely as the ...

Haringey Council – double vision 

21 Jun

A friend, Mr P, came to see Mr Mustard today and he brought with him the above PCNs.

Another Election – Will Voting Make Things Better 

5 Jun

Theresa May called an election supposedly so she can deliver us a 'strong and stable' future with Brexit.

Rough Sleeping Is Not A Crime 

1 May

Over the last few months, the police and Home Office have been systematically arresting, detaining and deporting  European Economic Area  ( EEA )  national rough sleepers.

Enfield Council in time travel trouble. 

16 Feb

Mr Mustard complained about the use of the non-statutory pre-debt reminder to Enfield Council on 26 January.

Enterprise Car Club – why Mr Mustard won’t join it 

7 Feb

Mr Mustard has helped a few motorists with PCNs after they have rented a car, both from car rental firms and from car clubs, which are sometimes not clubs but commercial outfits calling themselves a club.

Letting agents and the Localism Act 

19 Dec

After going through the stress of becoming homeless, everyone ought to end up somewhere safe and secure.

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Politicians »

Hornsey Town Hall Consultation Extension 

11 Aug

On August 9th, we published an open letter to FEC .

Open Letter to FEC 

9 Aug

Today we have sent the following letter to FEC in response to their planning application for Hornsey Town Hall.

The Mayor, my Poppa & hope for 2017 

26 Dec

Crouch End Cllr Natan Doron writes about his political highlight of 2016 2016 has been a testing year for the idea of open and tolerant societies.

Refugee Housing Appeal in Haringey 

28 Nov

As a borough, Haringey is taking the lead in London on the refugee crisis.

HTH Update: A response to community concerns 

11 Oct

On 30th September we updated Crouch End on the announcement of a preferred bidder to secure the future of Hornsey Town Hall.

Hornsey Town Hall Update 

30 Sep

We’ve reached a major milestone in the procurement process to secure a viable future for Hornsey Town Hall.

Public meeting on crime & safety in Crouch End 

9 Sep

Crime and safety are always issues that come up when we’re out on the doorstep in Crouch End.

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Age limit (7+) safety sign missing from skate park., 20th August 

20 Aug

I just a saw 25yr old skater collide with a 4yr old girl on scooter.

Deep pothole in street, 20th August 

20 Aug

This has been here for months and is getting deeper with lots of debris around it - ie stones.

Post box at Royal Mail office open and post exposed to theft, 20th August 

20 Aug

Hatch to postbox left open Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Warham Road, N4 Report on FixMyStreet...

Trip hazard – Broken and missing paving slab on footway, 19th August 

19 Aug

Trip hazard - Broken and missing paving slab on footway along side subway entrance to Seven Sisters Tube on Eastern side of Tottenham High Road N15 Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): High Road,...

Graffiti on black timber door, 19th August 

19 Aug

Graffiti on black timber door located at Tottenham High Road junction with Seven Sisters Road N15 Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): High Road, N15 Report on FixMyStreet...

Education information 

18 Aug

Request sent to Haringey Borough Council by Lily Kerrigan on 18 August 2017 .

Ethnicity breakdown for Mosiac household types in Northumberland Park 

18 Aug

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Paul Burnham on 18 August 2017 .

Requests to Haringey Council for their Option Appraisals leading up to the Formation of the Haringey Development Vehicle 

18 Aug

Follow up sent to Haringey Borough Council by Rev Paul Nicolson on 18 August 2017 .

Abandoned trolley, 18th August 

18 Aug

Morrison's trolley dumped Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Carlingford Road, N15 Report on FixMyStreet...

Waste and recycling collection dates 

17 Aug

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Matt Kane on 17 August 2017 .

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Features »

Let’s really check these plans – #HTHbaddeal 

20 Aug

The  Hornsey Town Hall Appreciation Society has sent a letter to Haringey's Head of Development Management ,  Dean Hermitage, suggesting that the consideration of the Hornsey Town Hall planning application be handed over to the Mayor for the sake ...

For Sale 70’s Teak Wall Units 

20 Aug

1970's Teak Wall Furniture - desk, three cupboards, draws and shelves.

Toughened glass coffee table top – free to a good/bad home 

20 Aug

Unwanted toughened glass top: 45cmx76cmx4mm Free - you just need to collect from Stanhope Gardens.

Hubble, bubble, toil and trouble – Weeno Fecall 

20 Aug

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20 Aug

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Learn all about it – Haringey Development Vehicle 

20 Aug

Local Amenity Groups have places reserved for them at this New London Architecture  do in Wood Green  Click on "Ticket Information at the foot of the...

Step ladder bookcase 

20 Aug

Wooden step ladder bookcase.

Waste clearance/rubbish disposal 

19 Aug

If anyone needs any rubbish taken away, Use AcePace.

Cleaner urgently needed 

19 Aug

We are looking for a cleaner to fill in whilst our cleaner is away for a month Can offer 5 to 8 hrs work per week - 'more hours if split over two visits I.

. . . . . and in the meanwhile – an interregnum @haringeycouncil 

19 Aug


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Events »

Portrait Drawing/Painting Class – Every Monday evening 

20 Aug

DROP-IN 2 hour tutored session, with a model - 5 pounds for class.

Noel Park Clean Up 

17 Aug

Clean up for Russell Park and The Sandlings Estate.


17 Aug

Cask Fyne – Hurricane Jack 4.4% Blonde £3.90 Northern Monk – Striding Edge 3.0% Light IPA £3.80 Fyne – Maverick 4.2% Bitter £3.90 Electric Bear – Laid Back 3.3% Table Beer £3.90 Fyne – Summer Skies 3.5% Session Pale £3.90 COMING SOON Electric ...

Consultation on Conservation Area work by Homes for Haringey 

17 Aug

Homes for Haringey is holding a consultation to discuss some of the concerns tenants and leaseholders have asked Homes for Haringey.

Art of colour – mixed medias class 

16 Aug

 Drop- in , weekly art class  takes place in Tottenham Chances every Wednesday from 6.30 till 9pm.


15 Aug

**BOOK BY 31 AUGUST FOR EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT!** GENERAL ENGLISH: ELEMENTARY COURSE    Join Gabriella English Language School in Bounds Green, North London for enjoyable Small Group English Classes (maximum 6 students).


15 Aug

**BOOK BY 31 AUGUST FOR EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT!**  Join Gabriella English Language School in Bounds Green, North London for enjoyable Small Group English Classes (maximum 6 students) or 1-1 English tuition.

English Language and Sightseeing Tour 

15 Aug

DATES: 11 September - 4 December   (No classes during half term: 23- 29 October)  DAYS: Mondays  TIMES: 2-5pm (3 hours a week)  VENUE: Gabriella English Language School, Brownlow Road, London N11  PRICES:  EARLY BIRD PRICE: £37.50 per session...

Haringey Food & Drink Festival 2017 

15 Aug

After the success of Haringey Food Drink Festival 2016 - We are doing it all over again - this time better, bigger, stronger.

Cat MOT £5 and Microchip £5 

15 Aug

Wood Green Animal Charity  are offering a £5 Cat MOT health check on Thursday 17th August from 12pm to 3pm at 601 Lordship Lane, N22 5LG Plus they will microchip your cat for only £5 on the day.

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Schools »

Music and Dance 

1 Aug

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MHPS in Media 

1 Aug

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Year 6 Just want to have fun! 

1 Aug

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Summer 2017 

1 Aug

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Summer Holidays Start Here! 

21 Jul

This morning we held our leaver assembly for Year 6 – we wish them all the best for their new schools in September.

Learning about Vikings 

21 Jul

Learning about Vikings Have a look at our Viking longships.

Tottenham Festival 

21 Jul

Tottenham Festival We went to St Anne’s Church to watch The Tottenham Festival.

Roman army 

21 Jul

Roman army Did you know that the Roman army was the largest and meanest fighting force in the ancient world? In History we have learned about different tactics and army formations they used to succeed in battles.

Families of fractions 

20 Jul

Families of fractions In Maths we are learning about fractions.

London week 

20 Jul

London week Our trip to the National Maritime Museum was a valuable experience.

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