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Brave restaurant customers fight off ‘hammer-wielding moped raider’ with BAR STOOLS after he ‘tries to steal manager’s laptop’ 

10 Nov

Customers at the Crouch End restaurant were filmed brandishing the stools at the suspect after he allegedly grabbed manager Gessica's laptop...


City and Islington College students take to catwalk for alternative clothes show 

27 Mar

City and Islington College students take to catwalk for alternative clothes show 11 minutes ago Sam Corbishley --> The Alternative Clothes Show returned to Crouch End on Saturday as City and Islington College joined models to showcase outfits crafted...


Recently reopened Maynard Arms now serves more than traditional pub grub 

3 Feb

The Maynard Arms, in Crouch End, has re-opened after spending a couple of weeks sprucing itself up with a fresh lick of paint and a new interior.


Have you voted yet? Art House in Crouch End nominated for Time Out Award 

11 Oct

The Time Out Love London Awards are open for a third year and will be celebrating restaurants, cafes, bars, shops and cultural venues across the capital who are dedicated to making Londoner’s lives better.


Guy proposes to girlfriend with video of Trump, Farage and Kim Jong-un 

27 Aug

He proposed at Crouch End Picturehouse (Picture: CEP/Facebook) Nothing says romance like the grim spectre of Donald Trump’s leathery face blown up on the big screen.


Islington start-ups: Crouch End cafe models itself on your nan’s living room 

13 Jul

One scrambled egg.


Moped crooks snatch man’s iPhone in Islington…before giving it back to him 

20 Jun

For years, phone snatching by moped riders has been one of Islington’s major issues.


Elderly Crouch End pair have £20,000 life savings stolen by bogus ‘gas board’ men 

30 May

Two burglars posed as gas board workers to steal £20,000 in cash from an elderly brother and sister in Crouch End.


More buses to be introduced from Crouch End to Finsbury Park 

19 Jan

Transport for London have announced a new timetable for the W3.


Special screenings of David Bowie film in Crouch End 

19 Jan

The Picturehouse in Crouch End will be holding three special screenings of a 1986 film starring David Bowie.


Community rallies around pregnant Crouch End Big Issue vendor 

7 Dec

A pregnant Big Issue vendor has been overwhelmed by generous offers of support from local parents.


Crouch End choir invites spectators to 12-hour singing marathon 

27 Nov

The Crouch End Festival Chorus is taking a deep breath and running a 12-hour sponsored singing marathon this Saturday to raise funds for a major recording project.


Deaf cinema lovers celebrate new captioned screenings in Crouch End 

22 Nov

Film buffs with hearing impairments are celebrating the launch of captioned films on a Saturday at the ArtHouse cinema.


Crouch End shop caught in sophisticated fraud 

2 Nov

A Crouch End shop keeper has been left shaken by a “calculated and sinister” scam which took place in her family-owned shop.


Sleep-over on the street for Crouch End YMCA 

18 Oct

A hardy group of 20 slept out on the streets to raise money for the hostel and advice centre.


London Zoo keeper spared jail following love triangle glassing spat 

16 Oct

A London Zoo meerkat expert who glassed her Crouch End colleague after a fight over the llama keeper has been spared jail.


Crouch End cricketer tackling AIDS in Rwanda 

9 Oct

A North London cricket coach has flown to Rwanda to help fight the HIV and AIDS epidemic.


Burst water main floods the streets of Crouch End 

29 Sep

The streets of Crouch End have been turned into rivers, after a water main burst on Crouch Hill this morning.


Crouch End sings for Syrian refugees 

25 Sep

Crouch Enders came together in song to raise £822 in just one hour for the Save the Children campaign...


Row Over Plans To Turn Famous Crouch End Studio Into Flats 

7 Sep

descriptionSinger David Gray wants to turn The Church Studios - where The Eurythmics and Bob Dylan recorded - into flats.


Collapsed Crouch End clock tower hoax inspires new designs 

31 Jul

When the...


Crouch End boy beats 8,000 to make final six of national car competition 

26 Jul

A budding racing car designer from Crouch End zoomed past 8,000 rivals to make the final six of a national competition to find the “car of the future”.


Book of Crouch End walks written by historian goes on sale 

25 Jul

Crouch Enders are encouraged to dust off their walking boots and explore the neighbourhood in a new book published by the Hornsey Historical Society.


North Middlesex soar to their highest ever position in the Premier Division 

20 Jul

North Middlesex have reached their highest ever position in the Premier Division, leaping up to second place and lying just 10 points off the top after a two-wicket victory over Finchley in Crouch End.


Crouch End cricket pavilion saved by firefighters as woman hospitalised 

17 Jul

Cricketers in Crouch End will think themselves lucky to have a roof over their heads when they arrive for a game this weekend after their club’s pavilion caught fire.


Former Crouch End restaurant’s bosses fined over rat-droppings 

13 Jan

A RESTAURANT fined £6,000 after food safety inspectors found rat droppings and filth-encrusted kitchen equipment has closed following repeated warnings about hygiene.


Labour’s David Lammy moves out of constituency – so sons can go to top school  

9 Nov

Labour MP David Lammy has moved to the affluent London suburb of Crouch End - outside his Tottenham constituency - so his children can attend an 'outstanding' Catholic school.


Labour’s David Lammy moves out of constituency – so sons can go to top school  

8 Nov

Labour MP David Lammy has moved to the affluent London suburb of Crouch End - outside his Tottenham constituency - so his children can attend an 'outstanding' Catholic school.


Crouch End lido to re-open this week 

10 Aug

The Crouch End lido will open later this week after a complete refurbishment.


This should spark a new-found love of Shakespeare 

8 Aug

ANYONE who has ever bemoaned Shakespeare as boring will certainly revise their opinion after watching the Crouch End Players' version of As You Like It.


Crouch End to commemorate First World War tomorrow 

3 Aug

A Crouch End guide will deliver a talk on the impact of the First World War tomorrow.


Hyperlocal & blogs

How very not Crouch End 

14 Dec

Well to judge by the pet oriented comments on Facebook anyway.


£5.8m a-dilloing in its armour 

13 Dec

Q.


Mobikes over the hill 

7 Dec

A large pod of 'Mobikes' has been spotted occupying a corner of Elthorne Park on Hornsey Rise (near where the Favourite used to be).


COFFEE & COMPUTERS this WEDNESDAY in Crouch End 

5 Dec

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 6th ...


Running total #5. 

4 Dec

Results of the third week of selections for Labour Party candidates for next May's Council elections.


Newspeak Doublthink – #HTHBaddeal #HTHStitchup 

3 Dec

As we begin to consider the  documents provided to justify the granting of planning permission for the FEC development at Hornsey Town Hall, it may just be a coincidence that the  OpinioN8 Twitter Feed has 1984 followers.


#HDV | HTH | Withdrawal of the three New Labour Crouch End Councillors 

3 Dec

THE Hapless Trio have now withdrawn from this afternoon's Crouch End Labour Party selection meeting.


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.


Tickets on sale for our next production! 

2 Dec

Crouch End Players proudly announce our next production! A hilarious farce, by David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin Jr The members of the "Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society" attempt their production of a Murder Mystery...


Crouch End Christmas Lights Up – Sat Dec 2nd 5pm 

1 Dec

Clean Bandit  cellist Grace Chatto has been lined up to bring added sparkle to Crouch End by turning on the Christmas lights at this year’s Christmas market.


Haringey secures £5.8m for Liveable Neighbourhoods scheme! 

30 Nov

It's great to see these Haringey Council plans to tackle rat-running and car-dominance and promoting walking and cycling! Modal filtering! Segregated cycle lanes! A new town square! https://tfl.


£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 ...


Festival Christmas Fair – Sat 2nd December Town Hall Square 

30 Nov

CROUCH END FESTIVAL 2017 CHRISTMAS MARKET:  saturday 2nd december at hornsey town hall green.


Saving the Supper Room – #HTHAmelior8 

29 Nov

The Crouch End Neighbourhood Forum has published a blog  complementing its objection to the Town Hall plans currently under review by Haringey's planners.


PLY Gallery Hornsey Town Hall EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS 

29 Nov

Another chance to see the work of local artist Tina Leslie at the lovely Town Hall.


Craft and Gift Event 

27 Nov

Great selection of handmade jewellery - semi precious stones, Quershi fresh water pearls and crystal with sterling silver finings.


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.


Equal Opportunity 

25 Nov

A notice on the door of Sacro Cuore pizza restaurant on Crouch End Hill.


Craft and Gift Event – Earl Haig Hall Crouch End. 

18 Nov

#ceramics #jewellery #knitting #woodwork #fragrances #prints #Christmas… Time: November 19, 2017 from 11:30am to 5pm Location:Earl Haig Hall Elder Avenue Crouch End N8 9TH Street:Elder Avenue City/Town:London Export to Outlook or iCal (.


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.


Singing Technique for adult beginners (scaredy cats welcome!) “Relax and Sing” at the Picturehouse. 

15 Nov

Voice Club - shy and nervous people  very welcome! Introduction to Singing Technique Course  (adults)  at Crouch End Picturehouse Led by: Heather Maîr Thomas ftcl, dipTcl, Ltcl  (Voice Coach) Think you "can't" sing?   Anxious about being heard...


Islington Art Society autumn exhibition 

13 Nov

Exhibition runs 16th - 21st November, 11 - 4.30pm daily PREVIEW THURS 16TH NOV 7 - 9PM This exhibition by Islington Art Society members is a new development of their annual Autumn display of artwork in Crouch End.


COFFEE AND COMPUTERS this Wednesday in Crouch End 

13 Nov

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 15th ...


Craft and Gift Event – Earl Haig – Crouch End N8 

11 Nov

Time: November 19, 2017 from 11:30am to 5pm Location:Earl Haig Hall Elder Avenue Crouch End N8 9TH Street:Elder Avenue N8 9TH City/Town:London Website or Map: https://goo.


Welcome inside a local Green Open Home! Sat Nov 11th all over Crouch End 

8 Nov

Booking is now open online for free tours of stylish, low-energy 'green' homes not far from you.


The Alternative Xmas Fair – Sat 25th Nov 3-6pm – Hornsey Vale Community Centre N8 9LP 

8 Nov

Sustainable Xmas -Tips to resist the pressure to be sucked into the stressful shopping frenzy : a ) Go cold turkey and give up buying presents.


Street art in Crouch End 

6 Nov

I took these pictures recently in the heart of Crouch End in front of the famous Clock Tower.


Welcome inside a local Green Open Home! 

3 Nov

Booking is now open online for free tours of stylish, low-energy 'green' homes not far from you.


Informal meetup in Crouch End regarding Hornsey Town Hall 

1 Nov

An informal meetup to talk to each other about what's about to happen with the disposal of Hornsey Town Hall and what (if anything) we can do about it.


COFFEE and COMPUTERS this WEDNESDAY in CROUCH END 

29 Oct

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 1st ...




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Schools

Christmas Jumper Day 2017 

13 Dec

This Friday 15 th  December, Coleridge Juniors will be taking part in Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day .


Vote To Help Our Nursery In Tesco Stores 

8 Dec

We are delighted to announce that the school’s application to the Tesco Bags of Help Grant Scheme has been successful and our nursery project will be put forward to a customer vote in Tesco stores during January and February 2018.


Head Lice Blitz 

7 Dec

As we near the end of this term, it would be wonderful to end the year as a head lice free school community and start 2018 without itchy scalps…it’s time for another head lice blitz! To break the cycle we need everyone to check their child’s ...


Emotional Intelligence And Fantastic Mr Fox 

6 Dec

On a recent tour, showing prospective parents around the school, I was asked what I felt Coleridge’s greatest strength was.


Year 1 See Noah’s Ark 

30 Nov

1B and 1R went to see the brilliant Go Noah Go! at The Little Angel Theatre this week.


Walk To School 

29 Nov

As part of the air quality project that has taken place this half term, parents and carers are being encouraged to use the Walking Zone Map we have created to help reduce air pollution around Coleridge.


Year 5 Take To The Airwaves 

28 Nov

In Year 5, we have been learning about persuasive writing in our English lessons.


Year 2 And The Mega Tetrahedron 

23 Nov

This half term, Year 2 have been learning about structures.


Nursery Play With Ice 

17 Nov

After Miss Goodey discovered ice on her car this morning, we decided to investigate how ice is made and where it comes from.


20th November Is Car Free Day 

15 Nov

Monday 20 th November marks the culmination of our air quality project sponsored by Haringey Council, as well as the start of National Road Safety Week .


Year 5 Try African Drumming 

6 Nov

As part of Black History Month in October, Year 5 took part in African drumming workshops with Ben Edwards.


Parent Governor Election 

3 Nov

We are currently holding elections for parent governors, and we invite all parents to cast a vote in the ballot.


Reception Takes Baby To Market 

19 Oct

As part of our studies for Black History Month, the illustrator Angela Brooksbank came and spent a day in Reception.


Book Surgery at Parents Evening 

17 Oct

Pickled Pepper Books will be hosting their usual Book Surgery at Parents Evening this Thursday 19th October.


Black History Month 

6 Oct

While black history is celebrated year round, Black History Month is marked annually.


Ofsted Healthy Living Survey 

5 Oct

Last week an Ofsted researcher visited the school as a part of their work surveying how schools nationally tackle obesity.


Our Head Speaks About The Coming Year 

4 Oct

On Tuesday 28 th September, Mr Choueke met and presented to parents about the school’s success last year and areas for development for the coming year.


Vacancies for Parent Governors 

2 Oct

The school currently has two positions available for parent governors.


Sports Zone – October Half Term 

25 Sep

Booking is now open for Sports Zone October 2017.


What, How And Why? 

12 Sep

Working in education is one of the most rewarding jobs you could wish for, especially when you see the positive impact that your work is having on children and families.


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.


Go Karting at Coleridge 

20 Jul

This term, 12 children from Year 5 have been work with Mr Skrein and Mr Strange to build their own Go Karts.


The Coleridge Newspaper – Summer 2017 Edition 

19 Jul

The Summer edition of the Coleridge is now available, click here to read .


Reception Visit Wightman Road Mosque 

18 Jul

Reception really enjoyed their trip to Wightman Road Mosque last week.


Sports Zone – Summer Holiday 

5 Jul

Booking is now open for Sports Zone Summer 2017.


Under The Sea With Nursery 

4 Jul

For poetry week, the children in Nursery made up their own poem about life under the sea.


Election Fever Grips Coleridge 

29 Jun

On the 9th of June, Coleridge was once again gripped with election fever as we held our traditional Coleridge Mock Election.


Choir Perform Last Shows of The Year 

27 Jun

After an amazing year in which they have sung at the Royal Albert Hall , the O2 Arena , several assemblies and local community concerts, the Junior Performance Choir recently did their last shows of the summer term here at school, for the Crouch End ...


Coleridge Artists Exhibit Unity at Hornsey Library 

26 Jun

We have taken part again in the annual Schools Exhibition at Hornsey Library as part of Crouch End Festival .


Coleridge Dancers Perform With Ballet Star 

23 Jun

On Saturday 17 th July, some lucky Year 4 and 5 children had the opportunity to perform with Fernando Montaño, a principal dancer at the Royal Ballet .



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