Saturday May 6th, 1-5pm
Haringey WALKING FAIR at the Hub
Free event with walks, talks and information stalls
2 morning walks ending up at the Rec in time for the event. One starts 11am at the BBC TV Tower at Alexandra Palce and passes through parks, conservation areas and listed buildings. The other starts at 11.30am from White Hart Lane Station and follows the route of the Moselle River. Both should end by 1pm at the Hub Cafe.
Stalls from local walking and health organisations PLUS walking (Nordic Walking 1-3pm with Silverfit) and other physical exercise and Free Health Checks. Also for children Xplorer orienteering activity from 2-4pm
4 Talks and presentations from 1-5pm. 1pm: Gina Bradbury Fox will give a presentation of Julia Bradbury’s (Countryfile and Britains Best Walks) fantastic website: The Outdoor Guide. 2pm: Morag Rose from Loiterers Resistance Movement (LRM), a Manchester-based Collective of artists and activists who aim to nurture an awareness of everyday space, looking at it from new angles. They organise monthly wanders through the streets of Manchester, uncovering hidden histories and finding the extraordinary in the familiar. They engage in inventive activities like CCTV bingo and giant cake maps. Intrigued? Then come to the illustrated talk and find out more!
3pm: Jeremy Leach, from 20s Plenty for Us, will talk about the many national campaigns to make streets safer and more pleasant for pedestrians, including a 20mph speed limit in towns. 4pm: Joyce Rosser from Haringey Friends of Parks Forum will talk on The Moselle: discovering Haringey’s natural and historical heritage by walking the route of one of its hidden rivers.
Sunday May 7th, 1-2.30pm
Friends of Lordship Rec Open Meeting
at the Hub
Meet the Friends and find out what is going on in the park and how you can get involved.
Sunday May 21st, 12-4.30pm
‘GO WILD’ celebrating all that is green, wild and natural in the Rec
FREE event with walks, stalls and seed share. 3 short walks in the Rec by knowledgeable leaders: 1. To identify trees, 2. To identify wild flowers, 3. To identify birds, butterflies and bees. Bring along your spare seeds to share at the seed swap. Organised by the Lordship Rec Wildlife Group and Growing in Haringey aiming to increase biodiversity.