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May 30, 2019
Successful start for Hornsey Park Playstreet event

Next Playstreet is on Sunday, 28th of July Update: Our second Playstreet, 30th of June Great support again – thank you to all or came, brought games, cake, treats and drinks and helped ensure everyone felt welcome and had a nice time. It’s proving to be a popular event with all ages. It was also […]

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May 16, 2019
Playstreet is coming to Hornsey Park

(and it could be as soon as Sunday, 26th May, Bank Holiday Weekend) We have permission, the Notices are up and Haringey Council has offered us as a one off the potential to get up to £200 towards our costs. We plan to run the event on 26th May between 10.30am – 12.30pm or even a […]

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May 7, 2019
Moselle Brook water quality checks – why the delay?

It's now a couple of months since St William told us that January's wet weather had interfered with the first of their engineers' annual checks on water quality in the Moselle at the Heartlands. The results would therefore be delayed. Then in March we were told that there was a hold up in their receiving […]

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May 2, 2019
The ongoing story of Martins Walk…

A legacy of the incomplete redevelopment of Wood Green in the late 1970s, Martins Walk has become an essential and well used connection between our residential streets and otherwise disconnected parts of the town centre. It was nameless for the first thirty years of its existence until named ‘Martins Walk’ by PMRA in 2001, in […]

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April 7, 2019
Changes – for better and worse

There’s a lot of activity in Hornsey Park at the moment. Some of it is welcome and some of it isn’t.  Friday night saw the first meeting of the Safer Neighbourhoods Noel Park Ward Panel. Five police officers and two business representatives. Chaired by the forthright and good-humoured Gerard McGrath and with more than a […]

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March 1, 2019
Neighbourhood Watch Special Meeting

27 FEBRUARY 2019 AN EVENING WITH PC STEVE HUMPHREY The meeting was attended by 25 residents. This was an informal discussion at which Steve described his role and residents were encouraged to express their experiences and concerns. Summary: Reducing crime and anti-social behaviour is a long term problem with no easy solutions. As residents our […]

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February 28, 2019
Look out! The AAP is back.

For almost a year there has been little public talk about regenerating Wood Green. We learned with relief that the absurd plans to demolish the Mall and the housing above it had been withdrawn. But now the AAP is back!

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February 25, 2019
Flushed with success

Is this the moment when Haringey Council finds the confidence to become a serious player in the world of water management?

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December 12, 2018
Last chance for Jazz at the Karamel

There are two last opportunities to catch this wonderful local institution. Drummer Stu Butterfield who has run these sessions right on our doorstep for the last three years has decided to call it a day. This Thursday (December 13th) it’s the virtuosic but highly literate singer Brigitte Beraha with Barry Green on piano and the […]

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November 9, 2018
AGM 2018: Meeting Minutes

See also: Chair's Report 2018 Download the PDF: AGM 2018 Minutes REPORT OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING on 7 November 2018 at Grace Baptist Church Hall. Park Ridings N8. Present: 18 residents attended. The chairs' annual report was verbally presented and residents contributed to a wide ranging and informal discussion of the issues.The full report of […]

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