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Welcoming back more people to Bruce Castle Museum & Archive…
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Welcoming back more people to Bruce Castle Museum & Archive…

We have been operating a phased approach to reopening at Bruce Castle Museum & Archive following the roadmap points. We have already welcomed researchers back to the Search Room by booked appointments, some school classes have also enjoyed their outdoor learning sessions back at Bruce Castle, we have had booked visits for well-being groups to...

One Mile End brewery
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One Mile End brewery

One Mile End brewery, as the name suggests did not start life in Haringey but in East London where several friends began brewing beer in the basement of The White Hart pub in the mid 2010s. It was a small operation led by founder Simon McCabe but it was constrained by size. At the White...

Bohem Brewery – authentic Czech-style lager brewed here in Haringey
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Bohem Brewery – authentic Czech-style lager brewed here in Haringey

Bohem Brewery was founded in Haringey in early 2017, by Petr Skocek and Zdenek Kudr, two Czech Republic ex pats. It began brewing in small premises near Wood Green with an accompanying tap room operating on Myddleton Road, N22. The two founders were determined to bring the delicious Czech beer styles they knew from their...

Pride Month in Haringey
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Pride Month in Haringey

June 30, is the last day of Pride Month, the month that our LGBTQ+ communities celebrate, protest and raise political awareness as well as commemorate the steps made in social justice and human rights. Pride Month is celebrated world-wide through events, festivals, talks and performances, often culminating in a street parade or march. June has...

Windrush Day 2020
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Windrush Day 2020

Today is National Windrush Day – an annual celebration when we mark the arrival of the Empire Windrush to Britain on 22 June 1948 and pay tribute to the monumental contribution that the Windrush Generation and their descendants have made to the political, economic and cultural fabric of Britain. On 22nd June we celebrate the...

Refugees during and after WWII
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Refugees during and after WWII

At the end of 2018 around 70.8 million people were forcibly displaced across the world. Of these, 25.9 million were refugees, whilst 41.3 million were internally displaced within their country of origin. 50% of refugees across the world are children. In 2018, more than two thirds of the refugees across the world came from just...