Category: Art

September 30, 2019
The Lost House and the Mayes Road marshes!

Earlier this year PMRA was awarded money by central government to improve the section of Mayes Road at the back of the shopping mall. The money is for a ‘linear pocket park’. We wanted to put in new structures and mini-facilities to encourage people to meet and use the space. The work has started with […]

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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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September 23, 2017
Jazz in Coburg Road

According to trumpeter Henry Lowther, who I spoke to at the Karamel Restaurant on Thursday night, the great jazz composer Mike Gibbs lived in Alexandra Road in the 1990s. I’m going to see one of his 80th birthday concerts in Dalston on Monday night when one or two Karamel regulars - including Henry (who was […]

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February 4, 2016
Photo Exhibition Crouch End, 16th Feb to 6th March

This is the 5th Exhibition by the Crouch End Chapter of the London Independent Photography Group. Private view on Wednesday 17th March. Weekdays 1-7 pm (Monday 3-7pm) Weekends, 1-4pm. Ends 6th March.

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July 9, 2013
Noel Park Market opens on 14th of July

By Rachella from Noel Park North Area Residents Association As you probably know, Noel Park Market is launching Sunday July 14 at Noel Park School, and continuing every Sunday. If anyone would like to have a stall or volunteer, please let me know. We could use volunteers: to put up posters to give out leaflets […]

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February 22, 2013
Local Banksy going going going going gone for £750 000.

Update: A Banksy mural which was removed from the wall of a north London shop, causing outrage among residents, reportedly sold last night for more than £750,000. Slave Labour, the Bristol-born urban artist’s swipe at the Queen’s golden jubilee, was a huge draw for art collectors at the auction in the basement of the London […]

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July 9, 2012
The Mosaic and planters have arrived!

After months of planning and hard work, the mosaic and planters have been installed. Measuring 3m high by 2m wide, the mosaic depicts an oak tree teeming with life, refecting the colour and vibrancy of our area. An oak was chosen because one features in the Coats of Arms of the former Boroughs of Hornsey and Wood […]

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February 10, 2012
The fantastic snow-creatures of Hornsey Park

Residents in Hornsey Park got themselves into a friendly artistic competition when the snow fell last weekend. Chris Rose, who lives in Park Ridings wanted to create something for his front garden, but a snowman just did not seem special enough, so he built an impressive snow-cat instead. Students living across the street decided not […]

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January 3, 2012
Community Garden - Heartlands School Mosaic ready to start

Creating a mosaic as part of the community garden project has long been a hope.  Thanks to Haringey Council's making the Difference funding, we have now raised enough money and support to make it possible and want to get started. With the support of the local community, local artist Hannah Griffiths, Heartlands High School’s Year 8 […]

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