Events: Haringey River Forum, Mon, 19th Nov

Free event. 
This meeting is open to delegates from all Haringey friends and voluntary groups, professional observers and the public.

Monday, 19th November 2018 6.00 - 8.00 pm
Big Green Bookshop,
1 Brampton Park Road, N22 6BG
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  • Alexandra Primary School toilets, 
  • deculverting on the Heartlands, 
  • Stonebridge Brook at Chestnuts Park, 
  • Hornsey filter beds, 
  • Pymmes BrookERS, 
  • Moselle walk booklet.
  • Learn more about our ongoing campaign to champion and improve all the borough’s watercourses.
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Guest speaker: Theo Thomas, London Waterkeeper' (https://twitter.com/LDNWaterkeeper)
'How to protect our rivers and preserve improvements using environmental law'

Organised by Haringey Rivers Forum and PMRA with support from the Big Green Bookshop
For information contact John Miles 07817 424356.

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