Woodland Work-In in Lordship Rec

Sunday 31st May
2pm – 4pm @ the Woodland by Downhills Park Rd

Please come in your millions with wheelbarrows, buckets, shovels and secateurs!!!!

The Friends are holding another work-in to add more woodchip to the ‘middle’ path through the woods. This should complete all the paths and so we won’t need to do it again for another year. We also need to cut back the dense dogwood bushes to open up sightlines.

We’re hoping that many members and others will come along and help. Please, if you can, bring spades/wheelbarrows/buckets/gloves/secateurs etc.

All welcome!

Come and see the future plans for Lordship Recreation Ground

Section from the Master PlanWe are currently developing exciting plans to improve Lordship Recreation Ground. The plans include:

  • New City Farm
  • New Eco-Centre
  • Re-landscaping plans
  • Restoration of the River Moselle
  • Restoration of the Model Traffic Area,
  • Shell Theatre and Lordship Lane entrance
  • New Bike Track, and new Playground

You are invited to find out more about these exciting facilities. Please drop in to talk to us about these plans.

Jazz Café
Broadwater Farm Community Centre

Tuesday 9th June
Anytime from 4.30pm – 8pm

We look forward to seeing you there!

LBH Recreation Services + Lordship Rec Users Forum

Dog Training

The dog training has proved to be a great success and we will be running the session every Wednesday night at 7pm until September, weather and holidays permitting.

Haringey in Bloom 2009

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Haringey in Bloom is back…

The free Council competition, sponsored by the Sunshine Garden Centre, encourages and rewards residents, businesses, schools, voluntary and community groups who take pride in their environment by brightening up and improving the borough using floral and shrub displays.

This year there’s a new emphasis in the competition. To coincide with the launch of Haringey’s Greenest Borough Strategy, and to encourage gardeners to make the most of Haringey’s green spaces and think about the ways in which they garden, judges will be looking at whether the entry is an example of sustainable gardening.

Winners of Haringey in Bloom could see their entry form part of Haringey Council’s borough submission into the London in Bloom competition, where efforts may be recognised as being among some of the best in London!

For more information and an online entry form visit Haringey’s Bloom 2009 webpage.