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Craft and Gift Event - Earl Haig Hall Crouch End. at Earl Haig Hall Elder Avenue Crouch End N8 9TH

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Hornsey Town Hall Pavement Procession and Rally

Posted by Itsa Baddeal on September 17, 2017 at 20:30 0 Comments

The Hornsey Town Hall Facebook Group invite you to a pavement procession along the Broadway.

Plan is to meet at Earl Haig Hall and then proceed in a gentle manner to a meeting in the Council Chamber inside Hornsey Town Hall. At the meeting, learn how best to object to the planning application that sells off Hornsey…


A hidden parking increase...

Posted by Paul Soper on September 16, 2017 at 19:42 3 Comments

Haringey are stealthy increasing the amount it will cost to park in the 'Stop and Shop' zones - normally to increase parking charges there would have to be various procedures to follow - not this time.  Up until now people wishing to park could buy the appropriate amount of parking time from a machine - the cost of maintaining these machines being borne by Haringey.  Fearing the cost of converting the machines to accept the new £1 coins Haringey has a wonderful wheeze - remove the machines…


Barking up the Wrong Tree again?

Posted by Paul Soper on May 26, 2017 at 19:23 5 Comments

This evening on the way past the Central Library I noticed that a sign had been placed on one of the three very large trees outside the main body of the building explaining that it was to be removed because it was continuing to cause damage to the pavement and other solutions had proved useless.  How sad I thought, still these things happen, and then I looked at my feet on the pavement and noticed that it was not damaged to any great extent at all.  However there were three 'tree…


London Concrete are back for more - Public Meeting

Posted by Anony Pony on April 11, 2017 at 16:29 5 Comments

In March 2017 London Concrete submitted a planning application to lift restrictions imposed on their operation by a planning inspector in 2006.

A consultation letters sent to residents had very little details on the extent or impact the application would have.…


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