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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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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 ...


London health and care reforms finally emerge to face close local scrutiny 

14 Nov

Complaints of secrecy and by-passing professionals and patients have a particular resonance in the capital A report from thinktank the King’s Fund says the latest government plans for reorganising health and social care in England have been kept ...


Protest with Boundary House Residents against Theori Housing (Fri Oct 28)! 

27 Oct

Boundary House residents and Focus E15 group are asking for support this Friday, when they will be leading a protest outside Theori offices in Leyton.


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Features »

Wanted Old Wingback chair 

24 May

Wanted old Wingback chair for a theatre production, any condition considered.


Cash or invoice? 

24 May

A local tradesperson recently did a job for me and quoted a price on the phone in advance.


Found male black & white cat – Avenue Rd N15 

24 May

This male black white cat has been reported as found on 17th...


Bloom baby bouncer for sale 

24 May

Stylish baby bouncer for sale.


Found male black cat – Langham Rd N15 

24 May

This male black cat has been reported as found on 10th May in Langham Rd N15 area.


Car Body Repair needed 

24 May

Morning, I am looking for a local car body repair business.


Local Theatre Production Help Wanted for Light and sound 

24 May

Hello I am with the Crouch End Players and our next production is Toad of Toad Hall in Priory Park at the end of July.


Window cleaner reccomendation 

24 May

Hi, I'm in need of a window cleaner to clean the external windows of a first floor and second floor flat in N4.


FEC: eight-page pdf 

23 May

The rightward arrow, is non-functional; the  above image is a screenshot only An eight-page pdf "Restoring Hornsey Town Hall" can be...


STATEMENT FROM HARINGEY MULTIFAITH FORUM – 

23 May

We are all horrified and appalled by the actions of the bomber/s in destroying, needlessly, the innocent lives of many concert-goers in the Manchester Arena last night.


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Events »

23/5/17 

23 May

Cask Magic Rock High Wire 5.5% West Coast Pale £4.50 COMING SOON Uley 4.0% Bitter £3.90 COMING SOON Stroud Brewery OPA 4.0% Organic Pale Ale £3.90 Arbor Shangri-la 4.2% Session IPA £3.90 Five Points 4.8% Railway Porter £3.90 Sired Liquid Mistress 5.8% Red ...


Art of colour – mixed medias class 

23 May

 New drop- in , weekly art class in T.


Cancellations: Summer 2017 

23 May

27th May     Business as 'bank holiday' usual - so running around the fun fair 3rd June      Business as usual 10th June    Potential Cancellation - Music Event 17th June    Business as usual 24th June    Potential Cancellation - Pre ...


Garden open for charity (NGS) 

22 May

We are opening our garden again (5th year) under the National Garden Scheme on Sunday 4 June, from 11.30-6.


22/5/17 

22 May

Cask Magic Rock High Wire 5.5% West Coast Pale £4.50 COMING SOON Uley 4.0% Bitter £3.90 COMING SOON Stroud Brewery OPA 4.0% Organic Pale Ale £3.90 Arbor Shangri-la 4.2% Session IPA £3.90 Five Points 4.8% Railway Porter £3.90 Sired Liquid Mistress 5.8% Red ...


19/5/17 

19 May

Cask Moor So’Hop 4.1% Unfined Pale Ale £3.90 Hammerton N1 4.1% Pale Ale £3.90 Burning Sky Aurora 5.6% Strong Pale Ale £4.50 Siren Yu Lu 3.6% Loose Leaf Pale £3.90 COMING SOON Bristol Beer Factory Enigma 4.4% Red Ale £3.90 Five Points Railway Porter 4.8...


Friends of Alexandra Palace Theatre AGM 

19 May

These are exciting times for the Alexandra Palace Theatre.


Portrait Drawing/Painting Class – Every Monday evening 

19 May

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


Thursday morning English Classes – Pre-Intermediate/Intermediate (A2/B1) 

18 May

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...


‘GO WILD’ celebrating all that is green, wild and natural in the Rec 

18 May

FREE event with walks, stalls and seed share.


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Schools »

There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch 

22 May

There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch I blogged a few weeks ago on the pending crisis facing schools through the introduction of ‘fairer’ funding – fairer in the sense that almost all schools will be facing real term reductions in budgets.


Hasper and Kusama class letter 19.05.2017 

19 May

Hasper Kusama Classes: Newsletter Friday 19th May Dear Parents and Carers, Notices The school has been asked by the Mayor of London to support the first London History Day, which is on the 31st May.


Krasner class letter 19.05.2017 

19 May

Reminder Sports Day T-shirts need to be ordered, with the school office, by 4pm on Thursday 25 May.


Monet class letter 19.05.2017 

19 May

Friday, 19 th  May 2017 Dear Parents/Carers, Notices:  The water fountain in the junior playground is broken, which means that children without a water bottle have to continuously go through to the infants’ playground for a drink.


Columbian Ballet Star Visits Coleridge 

19 May

This week at Coleridge, we were very lucky to welcome Fernando Montaño, a principal dancer at the Royal Ballet .


Weekly Assembly Videos. 

19 May

Weekly Assembly Videos.


Our Pupils Impress at Music Competition 

18 May

JUNIOR SCHOOL PUPILS PUT ON GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THIS YEAR'S MUSIC FESTIVAL CHAMBER COMPETITION...


Official Opening of the New Junior School 

18 May

ON 19TH MAY BISHOP KAROWEI DORGU VISITED US TO OFFICIALLY OPEN THE NEW SCHOOL...


Oh Paris You Are Beautiful 

18 May

HAVE A LOOK AT OUR YEAR 12'S WONDERFUL TRIP TO PARIS OVER THE EASTER BREAK...


Charlie reached top 16 in International Table Tennis Tournament 

18 May

COMPETING AMONGST MORE THAN 1000 PLAYERS FROM OVER 20 COUNTRIES CHARLIE FINISHED IN THE TOP 16...


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