The Woodlands Trust has given the Association 105 small Blackthorn, hawthorn, hazel, silver birch, rowan, common oak saplings to plant and bring wildlife and colour to our area. A traditional feature of the rural landscape and village, they will look equally at home in Hornsey Park and provide welcome shade and protective shelter for wildlife.
Please join us on the 12th November 2011 as we make this green investment for future generations.
Life on Hornsey Park Road has been plagued with problems including noise, pollution and crumbling pavements, on top of this there appears to be a lack of strategic vision for the future. Council Leader Peray Ahmet and a few of her fellow councillors came to discuss the issues with our representatives.
Eight of us got out before the rain last Saturday. We cut back a lot of growth at the Lavender Garden ready for winter. Most of what we cleared has now gone down for composting. By John Miles
The loss of trees is becoming an issue locally. The wonderful false acacia at the junction of Mayes Road and Coburg Road was removed because it ‘had a fungus’ - just in time for the planning application to build on the petrol station site beside it.
Photo: The gardening team – John. Ben, Polly and John – out on a Saturday morning
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