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Haringey council leader’s statement on uefa euro 2028 bid

Haringey Council Leader’s statement on UEFA EURO 2028 bid

Leader of Haringey Council Cllr Peray Ahmet has released a statement on the announcement that the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is one of the venues included in the UK and Ireland’s bid to host UEFA EURO 2028.   Today, the UK and Ireland final bid to host UEFA EURO 2028 has been submitted. The bid is a...

Tree mendous record for haringey who plant a record number

Tree-mendous record for Haringey who plant a record number

Haringey is on track to plant a borough record of almost 1,500 trees this year as part of its efforts to tackle climate change and become a net zero borough. The council has set out targets to increase canopy cover to 30 per cent in all wards and plant at least 10,000 trees by 2030...

Alexandra palace farmers’ market

Alexandra Palace Farmers’ Market

Founded by City & Country Farmers’ Markets in 2003, award-winning Alexandra Palace Farmers’ Market is held every Sunday at Alexandra Palace Park or nearby Campsbourne School. Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the market is a much-loved local fixture for residents as well as visitors to the palace and park. The primary focus is on...

Striking a pose on muswell hill, bonafidestudio sounds out top musical creations 7 days a week.

Striking a pose on Muswell Hill, BonaFideStudio sounds out top musical creations 7 days a week.

Established in 1999 by husband-and-wife team Deanna (chief music producer) and Brian (chief sound engineer) BonaFideStudio has grown to become a multi-faceted recording studio and rehearsal space integral to the London community.   They spent the last 24 years cultivating a comfortable and creative atmosphere for artists to make music and their expertise, equipment and...

Tottenham pupils to benefit from a new school street

Tottenham pupils to benefit from a new School Street

Pupils at Devonshire Hill Primary will join thousands of others benefitting from safer and healthier journeys for years to come after another School Street was approved.   The Cabinet decision last night (14 March) to introduce a new scheme in Tottenham will support hundreds of children to walk, cycle and wheel to school and improve...

Building fire south tottenham

Building fire – South Tottenham

Six fire engines and around 40 firefighters tackled a fire on West Green Road in South Tottenham yesterday (March 15).   Part of the flat roof of a communal staircase was damaged by fire. Two adults and a child were led to safety via an internal staircase by firefighters wearing breathing apparatus. Around 13 people...

Spring has sprung at bruce castle museum & archive!

Even more events this March at Bruce Castle Museum & Archive

As we welcome in the milder weather and glorious sunshine, we have enjoyed watching the stunning colony of crocuses on Church Lane come into bloom!   This special group of crocuses even has a mention in the Flora Britannica (1997), where they are described as ‘remarkable’, having not only survived but flourished over decades.  ...

Pedestrian falls cost taxpayers as much as £0.5 billion a year

Report reveals the true cost of dangerous pavements

Pedestrian falls cost taxpayers as much as £0.5 billion a year[1], says a new report launched today (1 March 2023)   Pedestrian Slips, Trips and Falls is published by walking charity Living Streets and highlights the need to protect our streets for the 11 million older adults (aged 65+) living in the UK. The report investigates...

Tottenham hotspur announces 15 year partnership with formula 1

Tottenham Hotspur announces 15-year partnership with Formula 1

London, Tuesday 28 February, 2023; Tottenham Hotspur is delighted to announce a 15-year strategic partnership with Formula 1 that will bring a brand-new motorsport experience to London.   The partnership brings yet another popular global sport brand to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, now uniquely hosting the Premier League, NFL and F1, supporting worldwide fan growth.  ...

Alexandra park library to reopen following improvement works

Alexandra Park Library to reopen following improvement works

Alexandra Park Library is set to reopen on Monday 27 February following a period of closure for major refurbishment.   Library users will benefit from an improved and more accessible local library with a new lift, accessible toilets, new lighting, IT upgrades and redecoration of all interior spaces, including a revamped children’s library. A new...