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Minute’s silence to mark one-year anniversary of Finsbury Park attack 

19 Jun

A minute's silence has been held to commemorate the death of father-of-six Makram Ali, and for the dozen others who were injured on June 19 last year in Finsbury Park, North London.


Graffiti community pays tribute to victims killed by train in London  

19 Jun

Harrison Scott-Hood, 23, (pictured) who was known as 'Lover', travelled to Loughborough Junction, south London from Muswell Hill but died after being struck by a train at night.


The Finsbury Park attack showed us the worst of Britain, but how we responded showed us the very best 

19 Jun

Vigil at Finsbury Park Mosque, in north London last June.


Jeremy Corbyn is interrupted by anti-Brexit campaigners as he speaks at Labour Live festival  

17 Jun

Anti-Brexit protesters interrupted Jeremy Corbyn's headline speech at 'Jez Fest' at White Hart Lane Recreation Ground in Wood Green with a chorus of 'stop backing Brexit'.


A$AP Bari appears in court charged with sexually assaulting a woman at an east London hotel 

14 Jun

Appearing at Wood Green Crown Court today, A$AP Bari, real name Jabari Shelton, 26, denied two charges of sexual assault at an east London hotel.


Anxiety over Kenwood House curator position in Hampstead 

14 Jun

Anxiety over Kenwood House curator position in Hampstead Yesterday, 17:24 Sam Volpe --> The Friends of Kenwood House in Hampstead fear English Heritage cost-cutting could diminish the property’s famous collection of artwork.


Haringey CCG apologise after ‘oversight’ left them open to legal action from human rights watchdog 

14 Jun

Haringey CCG apologise after ‘oversight’ left them open to legal action from human rights watchdog Yesterday, 17:16 Sam Volpe --> Haringey Clincal Commissioning Group (CCG) has admitted an admin error left it at risk of legal action from a ...


Council tenants have been without hot water ‘30 or 40 times’ in six months 

14 Jun

Council tenants have been without hot water ‘30 or 40 times’ in six months Yesterday, 16:38 Sam Volpe --> Council tenants in Camden’s Harben Road estate claim they’ve been without heating or hot water more than 30 times this year.


View from the street: Jessica Learmond-Criqui on holding Sadiq Khan to account over ‘rampant, fearless and blatant crime’ 

14 Jun

Opinion: View from the street: Jessica Learmond-Criqui on holding Sadiq Khan to account over ‘rampant, fearless and blatant crime’ Yesterday, 16:33 Jessica Learmond-Criqui, chairman, Frognall and Fitzjohns SNT --> In his letter last week, Andrew ...


Editor’s view: Gabriella is an example to us all 

14 Jun

Editor’s view: Gabriella is an example to us all Yesterday, 12:00 Ramzy Alwakeel --> True, there are some new faces at the HamHigh this month – but the name Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is one you will continue to see in the pages of this paper ...


Queen’s Birthday Honours: Royal Free workers and Ms Dynamite join Emma Thompson among Hampstead greats given top awards 

14 Jun

Queen’s Birthday Honours: Royal Free workers and Ms Dynamite join Emma Thompson among Hampstead greats given top awards Yesterday, 11:21 Adam Solomons --> Two of the Royal Free’s top staff received nods in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List on ...


Haringey moped robbery victims full of praise for police 

14 Jun

Haringey moped robbery victims full of praise for police Yesterday, 09:10 Sam Gelder --> Victims of a one-hour moped phone snatching spree around Haringey last week have spoken of their fear and praised police for their speedy response.


Crime epidemic ‘driven by cocaine flooding UK’ leaked Home Office report reveals 

10 Jun

The scene at Turnpike Lane station after a man was found seriously injured on June 9 – he was later pronounced dead (Picture: @Electra_Edward/Twitter) Increased amounts of cocaine flooding into the country has led to the epidemic of violent crimes ...


Man dies after tube station stabbing in 74th London ‘murder’ this year 

10 Jun

People link arms in the street following the man’s death (Picture: @Electra_Edward/Twitter) A man has been stabbed to death outside a tube station, bringing London’s suspected murder toll to 74 this year.


Jeremy Corbyn to attend street party celebrating public reaction to Finsbury Park terror attack on year anniversary 

5 Jun

Jeremy Corbyn is set to join representatives from all faiths at a ceremony to mark the one-year anniversary of the Finsbury Park terror attack.


People are risking their lives to take selfies over the edge of a cliff 

5 Jun

People stand on the cliffs for the perfect picture (Picture: National News) A photographer has captured the moment tourists risked their lives to take selfies over the edge of a cliff.


George Michael tributes at shrine outside Highgate north London home finally cleared 

31 May

Since George Michael died at home in Oxfordshire in 2016, fans have travelled there and to his other house in Highgate to pay their respects with flowers, candles and photographs.


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Topsfield Hall, Crouch End 

19 Jun

Topsfield hall stood on the point of land just north of where today the Clocktower stands, between Middle Lane and Broadway.


Making a Song and Dance – Wood Green’s Lost Piano Factory 

12 Jun

This is the last of my three posts about Wood Green's Victorian Factories , occasioned by my curiosity about the vague outlines currently available for most of Wood Green's vanished industrial heritage.


A Turn of the Screw in Wood Green 

11 Jun

One of the main fixtures of Wood Green's Industry during the first half of the Twentieth century was  Davis Timmins.


Pointless Plastics talk 

7 Jun

  Pointless Plastics Speaker meeting – Monday 18 th June, 8pm With Dr Paula Owen, Green Gumption   As part of MHSG’s plastics campaign, we’re delighted to welcome Dr Paula Owen from Green Gumption to talk on the #pointlessplastics campaign ...


A Whiff of Tobacco – Wood Green’s First Factory 

6 Jun

The building of the Great Northern Railway and the opening of Wood Green Station in 1859 stimulated the start of both residential development and industrial development in  Wood Green.


Friends Activities in June 

6 Jun

Sunday 3rd June 1-3.00 Regular Friends monthly meeting at the Hub held 1st Sunday of every month.


PLANNING ALERT: TChances building faces redevelopment 

4 Jun

Haringey Council planners are considering an application on the former British Legion building in 399 Tottenham High Road.


Local stories during WW1 

4 Jun

For anyone who may interested, on 22nd June at Holy Trinity Church Hall, Stroud Green Festival are holding event where  narratives of stories, memories and experiences of local people who lived in Haringey and Islington during WW1 will be presented...


Welcoming the lavender… and the bees 

1 Jun

Join us on Saturday, June 2nd 2018 from 10am to midday The lavender garden is at the junction of Hornsey Park Road and Clarendon Road close to Turnpike Lane.


New Haringey Council cabinet 

26 May

The new-look Haringey Council cabinet has been recently announced.


Streets matters in Hornsey Park 

21 May

Now the local election is settled it’s a good time to review where we are up to in the neighbourhood.


Our first Lush Litter Pick 

20 May

It was a sunny Saturday for our first pub-to-pub ‘Lush Litter Pick’ in Bowes Park yesterday.


Memories of Wood Green High Street Before the War – a Personal Story 

17 May

I am attaching a personal narrative written by D.


A Short History of The Printers Almshouses Wood Green 

17 May

The history of almshouses stretches back to medieval times when religious orders cared for the poor.


Prodigies of Nature 

8 May

Prodigies of Nature a 639 Startup have put up a banner of their company advertising an event next week.


Take our plastics pledge and win a Chilly bottle! 

7 May

MHSG’s call to give up single-use plastics like cups, bottles and bags has won support from Saturday shoppers on Muswell Hill Broadway.


Local elections: Tottenham results, ward by ward 

5 May

The Labour party, as expected, retained overall control of Haringey Council after the local elections.


Local elections: why they matter 

2 May

May 3rd is local elections day in Haringey! That is the day that we- the local electorate- get to decide who we want to represent us for the next four years.


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Comment »

New homelessness law: who will it help? 

11 Apr

On 3rd April 2018, a new law on homelessness came into effect in England.


New homelessness law: who will it help? 

11 Apr

On 3rd April 2018, a new law on homelessness came into effect in England.


Sean Paul Day : Open Letter To Credit Card Equipment Provider CMT. 

23 Mar

I write with reference to the attachment included in this email.


Property licencing: who benefits? 

20 Feb

Haringey Council say that ‘good quality housing is a basic right of every resident’.


Haringey Welcome Launch 

13 Feb

Invitation to the #HaringeyWelcome Campaign Launch Dear all Haringey Welcome warmly invites you to attend the launch of our campaign to make our borough an inclusive and safe home for migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.


Accident in Haringey = PCN opportunity 

5 Jan

It is bad enough that you have an accident in the company delivery van but you then have to tell the boss that whilst it was waiting for the tow truck to take it to the garage, a PCN was issued to it.


Join our protest, 10 Oct: Haringey Council, rehouse Z now! 

8 Oct

Join us in Wood Green on Tuesday to support our member Z, and to challenge Haringey Council’s callous treatment of tenants facing eviction.


Haringey Council got greedy & lost the lot 

29 Sep

Haringey Council lifted and removed the car of a friend of a friend of Mr Mustard.


Haringey – too hasty 

4 Sep

The story This parking, slightly across the dropped kerb, was a little inconsiderate but didn't stop anyone in a wheelchair from getting down the dropped section although it occurs now to Mr Mustard that it is very dangerous for any self propelled ...


An explanation 

30 Aug

Dear Boriswatch, What’s Up with Boriswatch? Has it ceased to be? I note it is not being kept up to date.


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Politicians »

We have withdrawn from the selection process. Here’s why 

3 Dec

We have today formally withdrawn from the Haringey Labour council candidate selection process.


£5.8m secured for a safer, greener Crouch End 

30 Nov

Your hardworking local Cllrs Jason, Natan and Sarah have helped secure almost £6 million from the Labour Mayor of London Sadiq Khan to improve our local environment through the creation of a greener, healthier, more attractive public space in the ...


Delivering for Crouch End & Haringey 

27 Nov

This year has been another busy one for Crouch End Labour Cllrs with much of our focus having been on Hornsey Town Hall.


25+ Affordable Homes in Hornsey Town Hall Development 

17 Nov

The latest news on Hornsey Town Hall is that the development will generate at least 25 affordable housing units paid for by the developer FEC.


Hornsey Town Hall Affordable Housing Update 

20 Oct

Today we have received a letter from Emma Williamson, the Assistant Director of Planning at Haringey Council.


Hornsey Town Hall Restoration Costs Published 

17 Oct

As Crouch End Ward Cllrs we have made our position on the FEC planning application for Hornsey Town Hall very clear: our support is contingent on our concerns being addressed to our satisfaction.


FEC respond to our open letter on Hornsey Town Hall 

8 Sep

We have now received a response to our open  letter to FEC about their Hornsey Town Hall planning application.


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LocalGov »

Very lightly used disabled parking space, 19th June 

19 Jun

The disabled parking space outside 1 Vincent Villas is very lightly used.


Street cleaning not collected, 18th June 

18 Jun

Street cleaning bags not collected after many days and now rubbish being dumped on them Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 79 Ridge Road, N8 Report on FixMyStreet...


Dead cat on pavement, 18th June 

18 Jun

Dead cat on pavement.


Number of council tenants 

18 Jun

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Isabelle Ward on 18 June 2018 .


Empty homes on a ward basis 

18 Jun

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Natasha Sivanandan on 18 June 2018 .


Request for the details of Tree Preservation Orders in the N6 part of Crouch End ward. 

18 Jun

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Ms M Jennings on 18 June 2018 .


Illegal parking on Stroud Green Road 

18 Jun

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Graham Parks on 18 June 2018 .


A “battle cry and a love song” – SESSION comes to Tottenham 

18 Jun

A powerful celebration of youth, dance, music and Tottenham will be electrifying the Bernie Grant Arts Centre from Friday (June 22).


Tree Preservation Orders Digital Format 

18 Jun

Request to Haringey Borough Council by Mr Wilde .


Request for the details of Tree Preservation Orders in the N6 part of Crouch End ward. 

18 Jun

Request sent to Haringey Borough Council by Ms M Jennings on 18 June 2018 .


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Features »

Free Strimmer 

19 Jun

Free Strimmer to give away.


Gutter repair recommendation 

19 Jun

Hi there folks! Can anyone recommend someone who can repair a leak in my gutter? Someone reliable? thanks a lot...


Wooden Garden Table & Chairs Set (See Pics) 

19 Jun

We are selling our Wooden Garden Table 4 Chairs.


For Sale – 42 inch, 1080p Panasonic TV 

18 Jun

Hi all, Have a TV that was bought new a couple of years ago, works great, still have the remote etc.


Missing Brown Poodle – Crouch End area 

18 Jun

(Not mine) owner has reported to the police registered with DogLost.


Looking for a fantastic dog trainer 

18 Jun

I have a 9 month old puppy that's a small and fairly high strung, but super smart and trainable.


Free – toddler trike 

18 Jun

Pick up from Albany Close, N15.


Review: LILY ALLEN – No Shame 

18 Jun

By Jack Cullen The plushy princess turned Grime Mum takes a hard look in her dusty compact mirror and delivers her best album yet.


For sale: two tickets for Kristin Hersh at Southbank 

18 Jun

Two tickets to see Kristin Hersh at Queen Elizabeth Hall on Thursday 21st June at 7.30 in the rear stalls.


Avoid Pete the Leak/Drip Doctor/Pete Murray 

18 Jun

Pete Murray quoted a reasonable price for the job, but kept his costings and discussions vague and misleading.


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Events »

COFFEE and COMPUTERS this WEDNESDAY in CROUCH END 

19 Jun

Need FREE advice about using a computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone? Or even wondering which you should buy? Whether it’s emails, the worldwide web or storing your family photos… it’s never too late to learn!  Join us on   Wednesday , June...


Saturday Activities at Railway Fields 

18 Jun

Enjoy the sunny weather at the Railway Fields nature reserve this Saturday.


Painting and Drawing class 

18 Jun

Drop -in Painting drawing class will take place in The Engine Room every Wednesday evening from 7pm till 9 pm.


18/06/18 

18 Jun

Cask West x Three – DDH 4.7% Hazy Pale £4.30 COMING SOON Black Iris – Snake Eyes 3.8% Hoppy Pale £4.00 COMING SOON Brew York – Maris the Otter 3.9% Bitter £3.90 Electric Bear – Livewire 5.4% American Style IPA £4.50 Tapstone – Juiced Up 5.2% New...


Yogasana Flow- Open level Yoga class 

17 Jun

Every Thursday 9.30 am-10.30 am A creative Yoga journey through the body movement, Prana and  Apana flow, Yogic and Zen philosophy, storytelling, music, Mantra and Chakra work to find the homeostasis between body, mind and heart.


Indie & West (Creole-Carribean Street Food) at Tottenham Social 

17 Jun

Tottenham Social Pop Ups at Craving Coffee Creole-Carribean Street Food with  Indie West - Carnival Cafe THURS 16th - SAT 18th AUGUST Bar 5-11pm, Food 6-10pm,  Book via tottenhamsocial@gmail.


Marli’s Kitchen (Vegan Soul Food) at Tottenham Social 

17 Jun

Tottenham Social Pop Ups at Craving Coffee Vegan Soul Food with  Marli's Kitchen THURS 9th- SAT 11th AUGUST  Bar 5-11pm, Food 6-10pm,  Book via tottenhamsocial@gmail.


Pink Cactus (Mexican Street Food) at Tottenham Social 

17 Jun

Tottenham Social Pop Ups at Craving Coffee Mexican Street Food w  Pink Cactus THU 2nd - SAT 2nd AUG 2018 Bar 5-11pm, Food 6-10pm,  Book via tottenhamsocial@gmail.


BBQ Dreamz (Filipino) at Tottenham Social 

17 Jun

Tottenham Social Pop Ups at Craving Coffee Filipino with  BBQ Dreamz THU 30th AUGUST - SAT 1st SEPTEMBER Bar 5-11pm, Food 6-10pm,  Book available via tottenhamsocial@gmail.


17/06/2018 

17 Jun

Cask West x Three – DDH 4.7% Hazy Pale £4.30 COMING SOON COMING SOON COMING SOON Wiper True – Doves Ravens 3.8% Amber Ale £3.90 Electric Bear – Livewire 5.4% American IPA £4.50 Five Points – Railway Porter 4.8% £4.00 Seacider – Marmalade 4.0...


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Schools »

Open Evening Thursday 21st June 6pm – 8pm 

19 Jun

Please join us to have a look around our fantastic school.


Junior Performance Choir Sing At Crouch End Festival 

19 Jun

Our Junior Choir have had another busy year, rehearsing every Thursday after school, performing in Young Voices at the O2 in January and Haringey Goes Wild at the Royal Albert Hall in June.


Ofsted Inspection – June 19 2018 

18 Jun

Dear Pupils and Parents, Ofsted is inspecting St Mary’s CE Primary School tomorrow, Tuesday 19th June, 2018.


Testing 

18 Jun

Testing If you happened to be out and about on Friday evening, you would have seen and heard the signs of pure relief as sixteen year olds revelled in the evening sunshine, happy that exams have finished; revision is over and life is about to return ...


World Cup Fever Hits Coleridge 

18 Jun

With the football World Cup kicking off in Russia, Coleridge has truly embraced the international spirit of the competition with our very own sweepstake.


Visit to Parliament 

18 Jun

Visit to Parliament Our Debating Club enjoyed a fantastic  tour of Parliament last week.


Choir Performs at Royal Albert Hall 

18 Jun

Choir Performs at Royal Albert Hall Haringey Goes Wild at the Royal Albert Hall was an inspiring and uplifting concert celebrating music in Haringey.


Creative Curriculum Week: Countries of the World 

15 Jun

During the week commencing Monday 25th June Muswell Hill Primary School will be researching some of the countries participating in the World Cup this year.


Creative Curriculum Week: Countries of the World 

15 Jun

During the week commencing Monday 25th June Muswell Hill Primary School will be researching some of the countries participating in the World Cup this year.


Year 10 Employability Day 

15 Jun

PUPILS ATTENDED WORKSHOPS AND LECTURES ABOUT DIFFERENT EMPLOYMENT SECTORS...


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