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    Bring & Take Event

    If you have a lot of stuff at home that is functional but no longer required, or is cluttering up your house, get on down to our ‘Bring & Take’ event on Saturday the 5th of November. We even check that the electrical items are...

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    Lavender, rose and lime – remembering Paul Walker 31/10/2016

    This year Saturday’s ‘Cropping the Lavender’ had a special resonance. Our wonderful community garden at the junction of Clarendon and Hornsey Park Road needed its final trim of the autumn. We completed that quickly and went on to cut back the bushes to make it...

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    AGM October 2016 minutes

    AGM October 2016 (PDF)

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    Community Streets consultation begins – let’s make it a success

    We will all be receiving a letter from the council announcing a short consultation on which mini projects should be undertaken as part of the ‘Community Streets Project’ for our area. Conceived as a collaboration between the council and residents to deliver innovative traffic calming,...

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    PMRA Annual General Meeting – 7pm, 12th October, 2016

    PLEASE NOTE THE NEW TIME OF 7PM Church Hall at rear of Grace Baptist Church, Park Ridings, N8 (shopping city end) Two Part Meeting: Part 1: Heartland Update: the Residents and Businesses Liaison group will be attending and proving an update of their work and...

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    Community Clean Up Day in Hornsey Park on 15th October

    PMRA is working with the council’s Team Noel Park and Veolia to raise residents’ awareness of the free collection services for large/bulky items, the benefit to us all of keeping our front gardens and forecourts free of household items and discarded furniture and the negative...

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    A tragic loss of unique heritage, a breach of trust, a missed opportunity? Why Hornsey Holder no.1 was lost

    The following words are taken from a last email on the subject of Hornsey Holder no.1 from Colin Marr, the tireless champion for its conservation. We are indebted to him for all his work. If you read to the bottom of the letter, there is...

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    What’s in a name – Hornsey Park – its history and why it’s important

    Hornsey Park is a real place and since it was planned in the 1860s, has had a clear identity, first as part of the borough of Hornsey and, more lately as the eastern neighbour of Wood Green’s town centre. Early records tell us there was...

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    Late and at risk – will our Community Streets Project ever happen?

      Over a year late and fast running out of time, it’s time for residents to demand action on this long overdue environmental improvement project. Following officers attending our spring get-together, we have set out our priorities as follows: Generally 7.5t weight restriction for the...

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    Good bye Gas Holders, Hello! Pocket Park

    As the Heartland Project, a proposal to build 1,000 new homes on the grounds of the old gas works in Hornsey Park, starts to take shape, we are finally going to lose a couple of old friends, the mighty gas holders that still occupy the...

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