3 great free events in 1
September 10th in the Rec and the Hub from 11-6pm
Tottenham Flower and Produce Show, Internation Music Event and Health and Lifestyle Market.
Organised by the Friends of Lordship Rec, the Shell Performing Arts Collective and Womens Association of Lordship Rec
Music from around the world by local musicians in the Hub, Stalls with Herbs and natural skin and beauty products, home grown vegetables, clothes and healthy food plus workshops.
Contact: 020 8885 5684 for more information or see www.facebook.com/TheShellAtTheRec/ or www.facebook.com/WomensAssociationLR
Friends of Lordship Rec / Broadwater Farm Residents Association / Broadwater United Sports And Football Academy
Stop ‘redevelopment’ threats to the Broadwater Farm / Lordship Rec Area of Tottenham.. Protect our estates and park!
200 residents and park users attended the fprotest Public Meeting in the Broadwater Farm Community Centre on 23rd April.
Please sign and promote our new petition:
– packed with exciting, informative, relevant, useful, empowering and fun-tastic green community activities throughout all corners of the borough!
This year’s annual Haringey Sustainability Month, coordinated by the Sustainable Haringey network, promises to be the most extensive programme of local green events and widespread publicity ever held in the borough. Throughout the whole month, local residents and community groups, environmental organisations and the Council have organised dozens of events in all corners of Haringey including film shows, festivals, nature walks and talks, practical seminars and workshops, skills sharing, information stalls, social events, bike rides and Dr Bike, visits to eco-homes and plant growing sites, games, meetings, protests, foraging trips, and healthy eating! These events will promote the positive green policies and practices our society urgently needs to adopt to deal with mounting environmental concerns and climate change. Tens of thousands of leaflets are being distributed to publicise the activities.
The full programme of events is set out below, and can be accessed from the home page of www.sustainableharingey.org.uk (please publicise!). By accessing the website, people can get the full details of the events planned, and can also sign up for regular Sustainable Haringey updates.
Continue reading “June is Haringey Sustainability Month”
There is an organ recital at St Benet Fink church, Walpole Road (northern end, by Lordship Lane)
Sunday 23rd May at 4pm
Admission £5 including afternoon tea.
Annual General Meeting
Sunday 18th April – 2pm
Goan Centre on the east side of the park (entrance via Keston Road)
All park users and local residents welcome! Come and celebrate 10 years of the Friends! And also the coming new pond and cafe!
Sun 13th Dec from 12 noon – Short 3 Parks Cycle Escorted Cycle Ride for Local Families & children
To Everyone living in the vicinity of Chestnuts Park/Downhills park/Lordhip Rec ..and beyond !!
A bit late notice but just thought I’d let you know that ‘Pedal Power London’ with support from the LCC Community Cycling Fund and Seven Sisters NDC is running a short cycle ride this coming Sunday 13th December.
Continue reading “Three Parks Cycle Ride”
Thursday October 29th, 7pm
West Green Learning Centre
West Green Road (next to Downhills Park), London N15
Babylon + A Place in the City
Continue reading “Haringey Independent Cinema”
You are all invited to an afternoon workshop with the young people. There will be games, a surprise activity followed by a delicious plate of food.
Please try to bring at least one young guest between 13 and 19 if not more.
Starts at 4pm on Sunday 18th October at the Goan Community Centre
Keston Road, N17 6PW.
Please let me know how many (free)tickets you will require.
It is promised to be an entertaining and fruitful afternoon.
candy fernandes email: goancentre2000 ‘at’ hotmail.com
Sunday 19th July, 1-3pm, Broadwater Farm Community Centre
On Sunday 19th July 2009, The Big Lunch (an Eden Project initiative) is inviting 61 million people across the UK to simultaneously sit down to eat lunch with their neighbours, as a simple act of community.
The aim is to give people the tools to strengthen their communities through activities such as neighbourhood-watch; improving local amenities, taking care of the elderly or disabled; making imaginative improvements to the local environment and sharing resources.
Haringey Council (Neighbourhood Management) is facilitating a Big Lunch on the green space of the Broadwater Farm Community Centre. You, and members of your group, are warmly invited.