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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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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.


How to create London’s new ‘village’ communities 

27 Aug

The word village can cause suspicion when applied in London, but some of the qualities it suggests are important for new urban neighbourhoods Descriptions of London as a city of villages can be off-putting.


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Wood Green Area Action Plan – respond by 31 March 

29 Mar

Haringey Cycling Campaign have met with Haringey Council and provided a detailed response to the Wood Green Area Action Plan consultation , based on discussions with members at our last monthly meeting.


the London Concrete operation comprises a highly sustainable form of development 

29 Mar

This statement " the London Concrete operation comprises a highly sustainable form of development "  is taken from the covering lette r for  a planning application  to triple the number of permitted movements at the Cranford Way...


HDV | Audit Plan to the [Haringey Council] Corporate Committee 

29 Mar

HERE  is a link to the Audit Plan (Haringey Council) for the year ending 31 March 2017.


Should The Council Take Back Control of the bin Collections? 

29 Mar

My Food waste has not been collected for 3 weeks, Refuse not collected for 6 weeks.


HUGE Double bedroom to rent in newly renovated 4 bedroom house 

29 Mar

Hi all, We have recently (painstakingly!) renovated our house and we're looking for a considerate housemate to join us.


RECLAIMED VICTORIAN PINE DOORS FOR SALE 

29 Mar

I have 5 Victorian Pine Doors to sell.


Cranford Way London Concrete Factory – here we go again? 

29 Mar

Local residents will remember the battle against the establishment of the concrete factory in Cranford Way, just yards from a children's playground at Chettle Court at the end of Mountview and Ridge Roads.


Recommendation for great electrician 

29 Mar

I can thoroughly recommend Michal fro straight electrics 07771022182.


Green Lanes Area Transport Study – consultation 

29 Mar

Hopefully many of you got a leaflet about the next round of consultation through your letterbox today.


loft conversions 

29 Mar

Just had our loft conversion completed with Roof Top Rooms and would thoroughly recommend them, as they were very helpful and have an extremely high standard of workmanship.


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Events »

Easter Childrens Cricket Camp 

29 Mar

We are planning to run another of our popular cricket camps over the Easter holiday.


The Dividing Line- Haringey Shed’s Youth Theatre 

28 Mar

Written by Nigel Munson   Music by Terry Tetteh-Martey  Zainab, her mother and her three brothers have had to flee their war torn country and have left their father behind.


Marketplace at the Shine Enterprise 

27 Mar

This Saturday @ShineHaringey calling all local creatives Tables Available @£10 from 10 am/2 pm.


Hornsey Cricket Club Junior Cricket 

27 Mar

Hornsey Cricket Club is looking for new junior members, age 8 to 15.


Textiles – A Component of Style 

27 Mar

by Carol Tulloch (Professor of Dress, Diaspora and Transnationalism at University of the Arts London)   This special illustrated evening talk complements  our current exhibition ‘Wraparound’ at Bruce Castle Museum.


It’s All A Bit Heath Robinson: Re-inventing the First World War 

27 Mar

by Lucinda Gosling, historian and author, in association with Mary Evans Picture Library Lucinda Gosling  discusses the life and career of  William Heath Robinson  (1872-1944), one of Britain's best-loved humorous artists, who was born in Stroud ...


Portrait Drawing/Painting Class – Every Monday evening 

26 Mar

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


25/03/17 

25 Mar

Cask Magic Rock Ringmaster 3.9% Pale Ale £3.90 Stroud S’Mild 3.7% Mild £3.80 Uley Bitter 4.0% £3.90 Five Points Railway Porter 4.8% £3.90 Moor So’ Hop 4.1% Unfined Pale Ale £3.90 Almasty Mosaic 6.0% IPA £4.20 Hammerton N1 4.1% £3.90 Five Points Pale 4.


Paddock volunteer day 

24 Mar

'DIY SOS' Hi folks, the Paddock Community Nature Park, on Ferry Lane, Tottenham N17, (the entrance next to the car wash garage), is in desperate need of some volunteers this weekend.


23/3/17 

23 Mar

Cask COMING SOON Stroud S’Mild 3.7% Mild £3.80 Uley Bitter 4.0% £3.90 Five Points Railway Porter 4.8% £3.90 Moor So’ Hop 4.1% Unfined Pale Ale £3.90 Hammerton N7 5.2% Strong Pale Ale £4.20 Hammerton N1 4.1% £3.90 COMING SOON Seacider Mango Cider 4.0...


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Schools »

World Book Day, Attendance Award and intervention sessions 

29 Mar

World Book Day, Attendance Award and intervention sessions Here is an assortment of accomplishments this half term.


The Big Read 

29 Mar

The Big Read We have introduced the Big Read into year 5.


Violin and cello concert 

29 Mar

Violin and cello concert We are very proud of the children who continued to learn how to play the violin and cello.


Money 

29 Mar

Money In our maths lesson children looked at money.


3D shapes 

29 Mar

3D shapes Children in Kiwi class practised naming 3-D shapes, they looked at which 2-d shapes was on a 3d shape.


Science Garden 

29 Mar

Science Garden Children in Kiwi class searched for mini beasts.


Games 

29 Mar

Games This term in our PE lesson we created our own ball games.


World book day 

29 Mar

World book day Children in Kiwi class dressed up as their favourite characters.


World book day! 

29 Mar

World book day! we had great fun dressing up as our favourite characters for world book day! Kayra and Sophia in the fashion show! Marayam and Ella-Marie in the fashion show! Mesut and Jamal in the fashion show! Dancing together as our favourite ...


Wednesday @ Pendarren 

29 Mar

Tuesday @ Pendarren...


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