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Finsbury Park restaurant Dotori to reopen 

20 Feb

Foodies rejoice! Much-loved Finsbury Park restaurant Dotori will reopen next week after a six-month closure.


‘Scandal’ of the unfinished £3m Northern line extension from Finsbury Park 

18 Feb

Abandoning a major rail project after spending £3m would be a disaster today, let alone the ’50s.


Finsbury Park bar Zelman Drinks looks to continue reputation of Silver Bullet with live music 

16 Feb

The bar that replaced independent music venue The Silver Bullet is to start hosting gigs three times a week, bosses have revealed.


‘Dangerous idiot’ gets lorry stuck driving wrong-way through Finsbury Park bridge 

9 Feb

Islington Council has pledged to report drivers going the wrong way through the one-way bridge next to Finsbury Park station – but some are ploughing ahead regardless.


Finsbury Park entrepreneur makes £1million by giving money away 

9 Feb

A Finsbury Park entrepreneur behind one of the UK’s most popular websites yesterday hit a £1million jackpot – just two years after his business went full-time.


Finsbury Park Mosque open day: ‘We are cohesive and friendly…being labelled terrorists doesn’t help’ 

6 Feb

Finsbury Park Mosque was vindicated last week.


Who’s enforcing one-way system at Finsbury Park bridge? 

2 Feb

Calls for action to be taken against drivers going the wrong way through a one-way bridge in Stroud Green Road have led to confusion over who actually enforces the rules.


Finsbury Park Mosque chairman on libel payout: ‘It’s unacceptable to have been labelled terrorists’ 

1 Feb

Finsbury Park Mosque was this afternoon “vindicated” after wrongly being labelled a terrorist organisation by a major online database.


Finsbury Park Mosque wins libel payout after being wrongly linked to terrorism in financial services database 

1 Feb

A news agency has agreed to pay Finsbury Park Mosque undisclosed damages after wrongly linking it to terrorism.


Finsbury Park station: ‘Even more disruption’ as southbound staircase set to close 

31 Jan

There’s good news and bad news for commuters who travel through Finsbury Park station.


Bread loaver? Finsbury Park microbakery kneads your support 

30 Jan

A man who began making bread as a distraction from writing his PhD thesis has launched a crowdfunding campaign to open his own bakery.


Finsbury Park stabbing: Man, 32, knifed near Woodberry Down Primary School 

27 Jan

A man was stabbed in Finsbury Park last night, just yards from Woodberry Down Primary School.


Finsbury Park stabbing: Man, 32, knifed near Woodberry Down Primary School 

27 Jan

A man was stabbed in Finsbury Park last night, just yards from Woodberry Down Primary School.


Woman who wrote furious note blasting Finsbury Park noisy neighbour stunned by apology 

18 Jan

A woman who wrote a furious letter blasting her neighbour for keeping her up at 3am was stunned to receive an apology and a box of chocolates.


Finsbury Park bridge rough sleepers moved on 

17 Jan

Homeless people who had set up bedrooms under the Finsbury Park bridge in Stroud Green Road have been moved on by Islington Council.


Cyclists' anger over Finsbury Park bike store shutting for a month 

15 Jan

Cyclists are up in arms over the temporary closure of a much-needed bicycle storage lock-up near Finsbury Park Tube station.


Campaigners win right to appeal against Wireless in Finsbury Park 

9 Jan

The Friends of Finsbury Park group will return to the High Court in its campaign against Wireless Festival and other music events.


Sir Don McCullin: ‘No one is more deserving of a knighthood’, says Finsbury Park childhood friend 

3 Jan

“No one deserves a knighthood more than Sir Don McCullin.


Beatlemania started in Finsbury Park? Tell me why… 

23 Dec

In 1963, The Beatles began a festive residency of Finsbury Park.


Man calls 999 demanding lift from Hornsey to Finsbury Park 

19 Dec

A thoughtless 999 caller who demanded to be taken from Hornsey to Finsbury Park after running out of cash is being used as an example by police to warn against time wasting.


Man calls 999 demanding lift from Hornsey to Finsbury Park 

19 Dec

A thoughtless 999 caller who demanded to be taken from Hornsey to Finsbury Park after running out of cash is being used as an example by police to warn against time wasting.


Man calls 999 demanding lift from Hornsey to Finsbury Park 

19 Dec

A thoughtless 999 caller who demanded to be taken from Hornsey to Finsbury Park after running out of cash is being used as an example by police to warn against time wasting.


BBC Radio 4 presenter Nick Robinson helps launch education centre at Arts and Media School Islington 

14 Dec

An education centre has been launched in Finsbury Park to help more young people living in Islington get a uni place.


This week 60 years ago: Tragedy as ‘loud’ baby suffocated in Finsbury Park 

7 Dec

Parents worried about neighbour noise complaints covered their baby’s cot with a blanket – with tragic results.


Start-up of the week: Finsbury Park wine bar promises to be a corker 

6 Dec

Every week, we take to the streets to find a start-up business right here in Islington.


Post Office strike: Kingsland High Street and Finsbury Park staff plan more action before Christmas 

5 Dec

Workers at two Hackney Post Offices will strike over Christmas in protest at the branches’ mooted closure.


Blackstock Road in Finsbury Park closed after suspicious item left on bus 

2 Dec

Blackstock Road in Finsbury Park is closed while police investigate a suspicious item left on a 106 bus.


Blackstock Road in Finsbury Park closed after suspicious item left on bus 

2 Dec

Blackstock Road in Finsbury Park is closed while police investigate a suspicious item left on a 106 bus.


Blackstock Road in Finsbury Park closed after suspicious item left on bus 

2 Dec

Blackstock Road in Finsbury Park was closed at the height of the evening rush hour while police investigated a suspicious item left on a 106 bus.


Kingsland High Street, Finsbury Park Post Offices to strike tomorrow over plans to shut them for good 

2 Dec

Kingsland High Street and Finsbury Park’s Post Offices are expected to shut tomorrow as workers take to the street to protest their planned closure.


Re-opening of Finsbury Park running track is ‘watershed moment for local athletics’ 

1 Dec

Finsbury Park’s running track has endured a troubled recent history.


Hyperlocal & blogs

Mindfulness For Stress Course 

25 Feb

http://mettamindful.


tiles samples for free 

25 Feb

I have a lot of floor sample tiles which I don't need anymore, as I have finally chosen what to buy.


Any guitar teachers out there? 

25 Feb

I'm looking for a guitar teacher, primarily for me, but, in time, possibly for my daughter too.


Any suggestions where to get chair caning fixed? 

25 Feb

I have 2 chairs that need new caning.


Speed limit on Endymion Road 

25 Feb

Hello all,  I live on Endymion Road and am so tired of cars charging up down the road way beyond the 20m/h limit.


Rubber oven seal 

25 Feb

The rubber oven seal in my oven has come off and I have no idea what kind of tradesman would be needed.


Recommended carpentry, joinery & furniture maker. 

25 Feb

My bespoke joinery Muswell hill is highly skilled and reasonably priced for the area.


Victorian nursing chair. 

25 Feb

Useful for a budding upholsterer to practice on.


Roofbox wanted 

25 Feb

Does anyone have one they would like to sell...


cleaner wanted 

25 Feb

Cleaner wanted for whole days work 1st March if possible to help clear out our flat in Hornsey as we are moving out 07580585006 Maurice call anytime thanks...


Single bed for sale 

25 Feb

Comfortable year old single bed for sale! It has a beautiful, black, sturdy metal frame and the mattress is still in its plastic.


Third of London homes granted planning permission not built 

25 Feb

Story on the BBC website http://www.


Crown Post Office Closure & Public Meeting 

24 Feb

A big thanks to all those that have indicated support so far.


Doris Downs Tree in Downhills 

24 Feb

Sad blow for tree in downhills park yesterday - see picture.


Council Tax error 

24 Feb

I've been sent a retrospective bill for Council Tax owed last year, which doesn't take into account that my son was a full-time student - a fact I informed them about at the time.


carpet fitter 

24 Feb

anyone use a good carpet fitter near the ladder.


Spurs in spat with Haringey and the Mayor 

24 Feb

http://www.


Free – Freestanding bathroom cabinet/shelving unit 

24 Feb

Free if anyone can use it.


NEW Classes in The Feldenkrais Method 

24 Feb

The Feldenkrais Method is a completely different way of finding easier ways to move, improving posture and reducing aches and pains.


Songwriting Skills 

24 Feb

Songwriting Skills Hi.


Replace Felt on Garden Shed Roof 

24 Feb

Can you recommend someone who can replace the felt on my garden shed roof.


Great Spanish Teacher – I’d recommend him 

24 Feb

My partner and I have been taking Spanish lessons from Luis (lflenci@hotmail.


Art Exhibition: Portraits by Lya Nagado – Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2017 

24 Feb

A selection of oil portraits by fine artist Lya Nagado (as seen in  Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2017 ), including the much-talked about miniature self-portrait.


SUNDAY LUNCHTIME JAZZ 26th January 

24 Feb

Come along for Sunday lunch and soak up with wonderful atmosphere of FREE Live Jazz.


FRIDAY EVENING JAZZ WITH LUNA COHEN AT CAFE TRAMP! 

24 Feb

Don't have any plans for this evening yet? Come and enjoy a delicious meal, fine wine and soak up the atmosphere of free LIVE Jazz with the hugely talented Brazilian artist Luna Cohen.


BARKING – GOSPEL OAK OVERGROUND REOPENS ON MONDAY! 

24 Feb

As you are probably aware, BGORUG's press release on Monday 6 February   http://barking-gospeloak.


Application process for Tesco Bags of Help funding for community groups now open 

23 Feb

Tesco's local community grant scheme, Bags of Help, is now open.


SALSA SUNDAYS IN NORTH LONDON 

23 Feb

SALSA WITH SUREKA presents exciting and unique Salsa classes in Southgate, N14.


Vote for a new reed bed or two on the Lea in Tottenham 

23 Feb

Thames 21 have selected 9 possible sites on the Lea for a reed bed and are asking members of the public to vote on where five of them will be sited.


Nanny or childminder part time 

23 Feb

Hello there, I am looking for a nanny to collect my daughters from nursery Monday and Tuesdays and looki after them until I return from work around 4:30- 5 pm.




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Schools

Deciduous and Evergreen Trees 

4 Jan

Deciduous and Evergreen Trees Starling and Robin Class visited Finsbury Park to learn more about deciduous and evergreen trees.


Brand new sports reports ready to read! 

11 Mar

Read the Lond youth games report HERE! And the Cycling Finsbury Park Hill Climb HERE...


Cycling Time Trials in Finsbury Park 

10 Feb

Children from Coleridge’s cycling team attended their first event of 2016 at a rather chilly Finsbury Park athletics track last week.


An Invitation to Prospective Parents and Carers 

10 Oct

At this time of year lots of parents and carers are considering a school place for their child.


Summer Cycle Training 

25 Jun

Why not take advantage of this free offer.


Friends of Stroud Green Events Calendar 

21 May

Dear Parents and Carers, Attached is all the dates of the events organised for both the Spring and Summer terms 2015.


Information for New Parents 

22 Apr

Dear Parent or Carer, Welcome to Stroud Green Primary School! Some of you will be new parents whose children will soon be attending the school.


Spring Term Cross Country 

9 Apr

Children from Years 5 and 6 took part in two cross country running races in the Spring Term.


Chinese New Year 

24 Feb

Dear Parents and Carers, During half term, Thursday 19th February 2015 marked Chinese New Year.


MHPS Cycling Team 

30 Dec

It was a dark grey last day of term, a Friday.


Stroud Green Primary Presents: Goldilocks and the Three Bears 

3 Dec

Dear Parents and Carers, It is with great excitement that Stroud Green Primary is preparing for our annual Winter Performance.


Match reports from the Year 6 boys’ football league 

2 Dec

‘On Tuesday 4th November we played several matches at Highgate Wood School.


Cycling November 2014 

2 Dec

Our latest team of St Aidan’s cyclists had a great time taking part in hill climbs in Finsbury Park.


Food Tasting 11th November 2014 

10 Nov

Dear Parents and Carers, I would like to remind you of our food tasting meeting being held on Tuesday 11th November in our bottom hall between 2.30pm and 4.00pm.


Stroud Green Primary Awarded Cranfield Trophy 

17 Oct

Stroud Green was the overall winner of the Cranfield Trophy gardening award which was collected at the Guild Hall.


Stroud Green WILL be open on Tuesday 14th October 

10 Oct

Dear Parents and Carers, The Union action planned for that day has been suspended and all staff will be available for work.


School Closure: Tuesday 24th October 

7 Oct

Dear mothers, fathers and carers, Our school will be closed on Tuesday 14 th October, 2014 I am writing to let you know that a number of staff will be taking strike action on Tuesday 14 th October, 2014 as part of an on-going campaign against the ...


Cross Country at the New River Stadium 

3 Oct

On Tuesday after school a team of 13 excited runners set off for a cross country race at the New River Stadium.


Sainsbury’s School Games Bronze Mark 

3 Oct

St Aidan’s has been awarded the Sainsbury’s School Games Bronze Mark! This mark shows our commitment to offering children access to after-school sports clubs, giving children opportunities to take part in sports competitions and getting ...


Summer Term 2014 

3 Oct

This summer we had three events to wrap up the end of the 2013-14 school year: first a year 5 and 6 sports day at Highgate Wood School, then our own fantastic sports day and finally the medal ceremony for the Haringey Schools Cycling League.


Secondary Transfer 

29 Sep

I am sure that you are considering which school you would like your child to attend when they move to secondary school.


Environmental Health Inspection Approval 

17 Sep

Dear Parents and Carers, I am pleased to stay that we had  a regular inspection from Environmental Health on Monday 15th September and they are pleased with the various pieces of work that we have done in our kitchen.


Lunchtime and After School Clubs Timetable 

8 Sep

Starting from the 22nd September 2014, we have a great selection of Lunchtime and After School activities available for the children of our school.


Stroud Green Playcentre Summer Playscheme 23rd July – 22nd August 2014 

13 Jul

Dear Parents and Carers, Details for our Summer Playscheme at The Hideaway are now available, please click on the link below to learn about what’s on offer and how you’re child can be a part of it.


Strike Action Notice: Thursday 10th July 2014 

4 Jul

Dear mothers, fathers and carers, Our school will be closed on Thursday 10 th July, 2014 I am writing to let you know that a number of staff will be taking strike action on Thursday 10 th July, 2014 as part of an on-going campaign against the ...


Haringey Schools Cycling League at Chestnuts Park 

25 Jun

This month a team of ten St Aidan’s cyclists took part in a series of grass track races at Chestnut’s Park.


Summer Fair Thank You‏ 

23 Jun

Wow what a great summer fair we had on Saturday! A huge, huge thank you to every one of you who supported the fair in any way in the weeks before, during and after.


Info for our wonderful fair volunteers; plus help still needed if you are free‏ 

17 Jun

Thank you  so, so much to all of you who have helped so far with our fair preparation and have offered to help on Saturday: Essential info: School will be open from 9.00am for setting up: If you can please come down to help for an hour or so.


Creative Arts Open Afternoon 

16 Jun

Dear Parents/Carers You are invited to our Creative Arts open afternoon/evening on Wednesday 16th July 2014.


Let Dr Bike fix your bikes for free at our Summer Fair 

16 Jun

Dear families staff Free bike ‘health check’ at our fair on Saturday 21st June! Please let as many parents know as possible that Dr Bike will be attending our summer fair on Saturday.



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