Category: Gardening

August 4, 2013
Community gardening: What a difference!

Each first Saturday of the month Hornsey Park residents are out and about to do a spot of gardening. Nothing serious, a couple of hours spent in the company of fellow inhabitants of the area, everyone contributing as much as they can, a bit of litter picking here, a bit of planting there, nobody is […]

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June 22, 2013
Haringey in Bloom Competition 2013

In 14 years, we have not had a Haringey in Bloom award is it now time to get together with the neighbours. Suggestions are either one of our Community Gardens or one or more Front Gardens. There is no award this year for Best Street but we could bring front gardens and community gardening together […]

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January 11, 2013
A Mayor's Pocket Park for Alexandra Road and Martins Walk

Sadly, we have heard that our application has failed. We received the following message from the GLA, which makes it clear they do not want to hear from us again. We received a large number of applications for the first round of the Pocket Parks Fund.  Consequently, it was a very competitive process. Due to […]

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November 30, 2012
Wood Green - Major Scheme Improvements: a Pocket Park would be nice

While the Major Scheme has a remit to include improvements to the High Road end of Alexandra Road and Martins Walk, the consultation documents offer nothing. Residents attending the General meeting on 27th November felt that improving the High Road would see antisocial behaviour and all of the current problems caused by poor environment being […]

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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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April 3, 2012
Community Garden recognised as a 'World on Your Doorstep'

Thanks to a generous grant from Homes for Haringey, on behalf of its tenants in Hornsey Park, the Association will be able to give the garden a name and welcome all who find their way to it. The garden is well loved and was recognised by the Mayor’s Well London Awards, for its contribution to […]

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February 11, 2012
Community Garden trees to be part of Queen's Jubilee tribute

The 105 native Englsih trees plated last autumn around the junction of Turnpike Lane and Hornsey Park Road are to become part of the nation's tribute to the Queen on the occasion of her Diamond Jubilee. Donated by the Woodland Trust, they are part of 6 million tree tribute across the nation  and will be recorded in an […]

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