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North Middlesex Cricket Club has organised winter training for Girls Under 11 and younger. The details are:
1. Dates and Timings – the sessions will be on Sunday mornings from and including
Sunday 12 January to and including Sunday 29 March but excluding Sunday 16
February (i.e. 11 x 120 minute sessions in all) at 10am to midday.
2. Venue – Beacon High School (previously called Holloway School), Tufnell…
Added by Mike Harris on November 19, 2019 at 19:30 — No Comments
Haringey residents can access more evening and weekend appointments with a GP, nurse or healthcare assistant at one of four GP hubs in the borough.…Continue
Added by Haringey CCG on August 1, 2019 at 13:15 — No Comments
There are four GP Hubs in Haringey that have evening and weekend appointments.
The GP Hubs are available to all residents in Haringey and are open
Monday to Friday: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Weekends and Public Holidays: 8am - 8pm
To find out more click the following link: …Continue
Added by Robert Good on December 7, 2018 at 9:42 — No Comments
I've spent a good part of the last three weeks competing in or travelling to or being present athletics at events designated with the title "World". I'm reasonably content with my results, except for the bits I'm not happy with. And this note is reflecting on the not quite so good bits, . . . . . And I have an opinion, about how much Heathside should help me, its other multi-eventers and athletes in general for the good of the SAL team.
It has taken me almost 10 years to…Continue
Added by Adrian Essex on September 15, 2018 at 8:30 — No Comments
I've had two very good weeks of interesting all-round athletics overseas. Spoiler alert - this report is very self centred and self congratulatory. Read on at your own peril.
On the weekend of the 25/26th August I went to Delft for the World Icosathlon Championships. Lots of reasons for doing this - on 24th August I was the world champion and world record holder, but the chances were that by 27th I would no longer be either. One reason for going was to wave goodbye to my titles in…Continue
Added by Adrian Essex on September 8, 2018 at 19:42 — No Comments
Luke Hollman, who plays for North Middlesex CC in Park Road N8, starred in England Under 19's victory over South Africa Under 19's.
Added by Mike Harris on July 25, 2018 at 19:23 — No Comments
Gaya Gole, who plays senior cricket for North Middlesex CC, played for Middlesex in the final of the ECB Women's County Championship - T20, which Middlesex won. A photo gallery of Finals Day is here: https://www.middlesexccc.com/news/2018/07/middlesex-women-lift-t20-...
North Middlesex CC's ground is in Park Road, N8. Gaya helped coach North Middlesex Girls Teams at…
Added by Mike Harris on July 3, 2018 at 8:57 — No Comments
The centenary of some women gaining the right to vote has recently been celebrated, and local events involving the suffragettes maybe of interest.
On 7 June 1913, the Pavilion at North Middlesex Cricket Club in Park Road was almost completely destroyed by fire. Responsibility for the blaze was claimed by The Women's Social and Political Union (The WSPU) whose members were better known as The Suffragettes, in their newspaper "The Suffragette.” But why would …Continue
Added by Mike Harris on February 10, 2018 at 12:30 — No Comments
Ethan Bamber and Luke Hollman, from North Middlesex Cricket Club in Park Road, both did well for England in the Under 19 World Cup in New Zealand. Unfortunately England were knocked out by Australia, however out two local cricketers did well. Ethan finished the competition as Englands leading wicket taker with eight wickets, and Luke finished with 6 wickets.
Here is a link to an interview on Sky TV with Luke: …Continue
Added by Mike Harris on January 31, 2018 at 21:00 — No Comments
Luke Hollman and Ethan Bamber, from North Middlesex CC in Park Road, both took wickets in England's opening win in the Under 19 World Cup. This link to a page on the Middlesex county website gives the details : …Continue
Added by Mike Harris on January 15, 2018 at 21:11 — No Comments
Luke Hollman and Ethan Bamber from North Middlesex Cricket Club in Park Road, N8, have been selected by England to play in the Under 19 World Cup in New Zealand. Luke and Ethan both played junior cricket for North Midd, were members of the North Midd Academy, and have been playing senior cricket for North Midd. This is a great achievement by two local cricketers, and a local cricket club. Huge congratulations, and the best of luck to Luke and Ethan!…Continue
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…Continue
Added by Itsa Baddeal on September 17, 2017 at 20:30 — No 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…Continue
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…Continue
I don't often write about politics on my blog, which may be a bit odd since I studied Political Science at the Hanken School of Economics in Helsinki. I don't do this because I think if I began, I'd never write about anything else ..!
But with Trump signing a ban on certain citizens from entering the United States, together with the Brexit vote here in the UK, I am so frightened that I have to say something about it all publicly.
So today I'm making an exception…Continue
Added by Helena Halme on March 11, 2017 at 11:33 — No Comments
North Middlesex CC Girls Teams are about to start their winter indoor season, and would welcome new members. Details are here:http://www.northmiddlesexcc.co.uk/news/north-midd-girls-winter-practices-and-competitions-1733246.html
Added by Mike Harris on January 3, 2017 at 19:44 — No Comments
. . where few my age have gone before.
Every so often something happens in my life which inspires me. Last weekend such a thing happened. I took part in, and did tolerably well at, an icosathlon (from the Greek icos = 20, athlon = contest). Like decathlon, you know, Daley Thompson in the Olympics, all those years ago, only this is 20 events. Unfortunately for the world what this inspires me to is vanity and dire prose.
So what has inspired me.
1) Camarederie - two…Continue
Added by Adrian Essex on September 1, 2016 at 19:00 — No Comments
North Middlesex Cricket Club in Park Road are planning to run four summer cricket camps at their ground over the holiday.
The dates are:
Summer Cricket Camp 1 - Mon 25 July - Fri 29 July (5 days)
Summer Cricket Camp 2 - Mon 1 Aug – Fri 5 Aug (5 days)
Summer Cricket Camp 3 – Mon 22 Aug – Fri 26 Aug (5 days)
Summer Cricket Camp 4 - Tue 30 Aug - Fri 2 Sep (4 days)
The format will follow that of previous successful camps…Continue
Added by Mike Harris on July 17, 2016 at 13:27 — No Comments
It's here again! The Crouch End Festival, UK's largest community arts event, is now in its fifth year, and this, the 2016 festival will be bigger than ever.
There's everything from open air cinema, live music, art, poetry, food and even a Latino Day when Crouch End goes all Latin. Check out the programme of events between 10 - 19th June on the festival website here. Most of the events are FREE, so it's easy to take…Continue
Added by Helena Halme on June 6, 2016 at 14:32 — No Comments