Meet the Neighbours for Winter Drinks and Cake

Christmas-get-together 2013

Christmas-get-together 2013

Winter drinks and cake at the junction of Mayes Road and Hornsey Park Road on Saturday, November 29th, 2014 from 11am and bring all your neighbours and friends to our seasonal celebration.

Map Mayes Rd/Hornsey Pk Rd

Map Mayes Rd/Hornsey Pk Rd

 

 

One comment on “Meet the Neighbours for Winter Drinks and Cake”

  1. Really sorry I'll miss this, this year, looks like you'll get a nice sunny day... Enjoy the mulled wine.

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