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I remember when @OLIO_ex was no more than a gleam in the Celestial One's firmament . . . .

see here from 2015. . . .  and now they have a joint venture with Tesco.  (you also remember Muddy Boots, who famously did not have a joint…

Started by Adrian Essex in Ideas, Issues, Innovation

0 7 hours ago

Do you think this would be a bit gaudy for Crouch End . . . . ?

 . . . . I'd guess you're in the majority

Started by Adrian Essex in Ideas, Issues, Innovation

0 7 hours ago

Survey: How has COVID-19 impacted you and your community?

Haringey Council’s Public Health team and NHS North Central London Clinical Commissioning Group would like to know how local residents have…

Started by Haringey CCG in Healthcare

0 yesterday

‘FOR the win’ ~ Climate Change, a PR agency masquerading as a Council and Greta’s warning

HARINGEY Council declared a “climate emergency” in March of 2019. An ‘Action Plan’—promised for December that year—was three months late a…

Started by Clive Carter in Local Politics

0 Sep 18

Haringey Living Streets are disappointed and have a knack for understatement

I know because I received this email from them Dear Adrian, Please find below a message from the Haringey Living Streets group…

Started by Adrian Essex in Transport and utilities

4 Sep 17
Reply by Adrian Essex

School’s out, but why are we being kettled?

I have received these pictures today from a disgrunted parent of the facebook page “Parents for Healthy Streets Haringey”. https://www.face

Started by Deborah W in Transport and utilities

4 Sep 11
Reply by Bob Lindsay-Smith

The Living Streets CEO focusses on walking

That should put all the cycling evangelists in their place. Dear Adrian, I’m writing to introduce myself as Living Str…

Started by Adrian Essex in Transport and utilities

0 Sep 9

HORNSEY PARISH CHURCH PUBLIC NOTICE

In 2019 a marble tablet or plaque was discovered in a garden in Muswell Hill. Research has shown that it is almost beyond doubt that it bel…

Started by Deirdre Stowell-Smith in Miscellaneous

0 Sep 7

HORNSEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY : Local History Surgeries

John Hinshelwood is restarting the local history surgery. This is an opportunity for all members of the public, as well as members of the H…

Started by Deirdre Stowell-Smith in Recreation

0 Sep 5

Alexandra Park History Book

The Friends of Alexandra Park have published a new book, 'A History of Alexandra Park', written by Laura Mazur, with many photos and maps…

Started by Stephen Middleton in Offered and recommended

3 Sep 4
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