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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.

Park Road Leisure Centre: Investment and Improvements 

12 Aug

Park Road Leisure Centre is one of four local leisure centres in Haringey.

Cllr Sarah Elliott Joins Labour 

11 Aug

I have lived in this area and been a part of our community for 30 years.

Anti-racism meeting @ Hornsey Vale 6pm 21st July 

17 Jul

Since the EU referendum result was announced there have been alarming reports of increases in the number of hate crimes taking place in Britain.

Two Years On 

4 Jul

It’s been just over two years since we were elected Crouch End’s first Labour councillors since 2002.

Brexit: A Labour response 

24 Jun

I imagine that many of us Labour members, voters and supporters are absolutely devastated.

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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.

Are Bus Drivers, Driving For Uber When They Finish Their Shift ? …by Jim Thomas 

19 Dec

Major incident last night outside the Royal Garden Hotel.

Enfield Council mend their ways 

15 Dec

Mr Mustard carefully explains to his clients, and sets out in his written guide (to be updated and published as an ebook shortly) the steps in the Penalty Charge process.

PayPoint aka NoPayPoint 

13 Dec

A perfect storm led to me getting today's PCN.

Haringey to welcome Syrian refugees as London struggles to take its share 

16 Nov

The north London borough’s decision underlines problems the capital faces helping those fleeing conflicts elsewhere Given London’s long and famous history of giving sanctuary to refugees, it seems strange that so few fleeing Syria have been ...

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Removal Company Recommendations 

23 Jun

Hi - does anyone have any recommendations for local removal companies.

12″ LP frames up for grabs 

23 Jun

Seven of the LP frames Tiger retails for £5 up for grabs.

New exhibition ‘1200 MOMENTS’ by Photo Macuacua 

23 Jun

Exhibition runs daily 22 - 27th June 2017.

Excellent Cleaner Available Thursdays and Fridays 

23 Jun

Our terrific cleaner, Neli, has been with us now for many years.

Looking for someone who can do small repairs to pointing/brickwork 

23 Jun

Hi, I've identified that some bits of pointing need to be replaced at the front of my house, as some bits have fallen out.

Boxed radiator for sale! 

23 Jun

I bought this brand new from ScrewFix for £140 but it wasn't the right size and whilst we were having our house renovated, I didn't get chance to return it within 30 days.

Looking for handyman – kitchen cabinet repair 

23 Jun

Can anyone recommend someone who can fix my kitchen cabinet doors? The hinges have shifted so they don't hang at the right angle anymore, and therefore don't close properly.

Ward’s Corner salsa shutdown 2, Sunday 

23 Jun

If you were at the first one you'll be back, and if you missed it you need to be there to find out why you must #taketheVictoriaLinetoLatinAmerica.

Extreme eczema – allergy/sensitivities testing recommendations? 

22 Jun

Daughter (adult) suffers from extreme eczema that GP is unable to treat so finally (few months) got a referral to a dermatologist but the appointment is for September (!!!) and tried to tret with steroids all the time (awful) Can anyone recommend ...

Lost female ginger & white cat N15 

22 Jun

This female ginger white cat called Gaga has been reported as lost since 19th June from N15 area.

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Cancelled 24th June 

23 Jun

We have cancelled the event due to the preparations and set up for the Wireless event.

Photographic exhibition 

23 Jun

'Why didn't we know?' A photographic exhibition illustrating the corporate take-over of the NHS Time: June 23, 2017 at 10am to July 3, 2017 at 5pm Location:Wood Green Library Export to Outlook or iCal (.

Thursday Morning English Classes in North London 

22 Jun

Join our fun and friendly General English Courses at Gabriella English Language School, North London!  Our General English Classes in Bounds Green, N11, are an ideal way to improve all aspects of your English - speaking, listening, reading, writing...

OLIO + Action For Kids Virtual Car Boot Sale 

22 Jun

THIS WEEKEND we are teaming up with the wonderful charity,  Action For Kids  for a virtual car boot sale.

Medicine Madness 

22 Jun

Science Season Sunday 9 th July – Medicine Madness Make a pair of scientist goggles and dress up like a scientist.

Cures on Clay 

22 Jun

Family Activities at Bruce Castle Science Season Cures on Clay Learn about Ancient medicine tablets and recipes and sculpt your own out of clay.

Willow Weaving 

22 Jun

Family Activities at Bruce Castle Science Season Sunday 25th June – Willow Weaving Special event with Artist Angie Baker Discover the uses of willow in historical medicine and some of its use today and craft a willowy bug.


22 Jun

SALSA WITH SUREKA presents exciting and unique Salsa classes in Bounds Green.

Jackson’s Lane subsumes Highgate 22nd June 6:30 pm 

21 Jun

PUBLIC CONSULTATION 22 nd  JUNE 11am and 6:30 pm at Jacksons Lane and then at Highgate Library HLAG STATEMENT… Time: June 22, 2017 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm Location:Jackson's Lane Website or Map: https://www.

Jackson’s Lane subsumes Highgate 22nd June 11 am 

21 Jun

PUBLIC CONSULTATION 22 nd  JUNE 11am and 6:30 pm at Jacksons Lane and then at Highgate Library HLAG STATEMENT… Time: June 22, 2017 from 11am to 12pm Location:Jackson's Lane Website or Map: https://www.

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Schools »

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 .

Highgate Annual STEM conference ends with a bang! 

22 Jun


Year 5 Visit Mountfitchet Castle 

22 Jun

As part of their learning about Settlements, Year 5 visited Mountfitchet Castle near Stansted.

Newsletter June 2017 

21 Jun

Muswell Hill Primary recenty had a Music and Dance week! Read all about it by clicking HERE...

Highgate’s Annual Pizza Express Jazz Extravaganza 

21 Jun


School Choir Perform at Crouch End Festival 

21 Jun

On Saturday 10 th June Coleridge’s Performance choir performed on the stage outside Hornsey Town Hall to mark the start of this year’s Crouch End Festival .

Class RB Visit Freightliners Farm 

20 Jun

Class RB has a rather wet day at Freightliners Farm back in May, but we loved wearing our wellies and splashing in muddy puddles.

Do The Right Thing 

20 Jun

Do The Right Thing Doing the rounds of the education press this weekend was the news that a school known for its ‘no excuses’ approach to managing pupil behaviour has just received an outstanding judgement from Ofsted.

WWI’s Graves and Battlefields 

20 Jun


Reception Are Back In The Gym 

19 Jun

Over this term Reception have made their second trip to My Gym in Crouch End.

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