Tottenham Flower And Produce Show

As part of The Lordship Rec Community Festival, N17

Saturday 12th September 2009 – 12 Noon to 5pm

Home Grown Flowers, Fruit & Vegetables & Home Produce & Handicrafts, Cakes, Baking & Cream Teas, Farm Animals & Horse riding, Green Stalls & Children’s Activities & Fancy Dress & Pedal-powered Performance Stage. ADMISSION FREE! REGISTRATION BY POST OR EMAIL (see below).
Hello there! Will you be coming to the the Lordship Rec Community Festival on Saturday, 12th September?? Back 2 Earth have comandeered a whole section of the festival which will be centred around our annual Tottenham Flower and Produce Show. This is an opportunity for all of Haringey’s green-fingered gardeners, allotment owners and back-garden wonder workers to get involved and show how abundant this borough is for growing fresh produce. There are so many categories which people can enter, not just fruit and vegetables…

So if you didn’t know about our marquee then please have a look through the leaflets attached to this e-mail. And even if you don’t enter (even with categories for best weed, flower arranging, minature gardens, jam making etc), we’d love you to come along on the day, to see some beautiful flowers and produce. And join in with the general community atmosphere. There is a lot going on, literally, fun for all the family.

We hope to see you there


Felix Waterhouse
Volunteer and Trainee Co-ordinator, Back 2 Earth – Broadwater Farm Community Centre

You can download an entry form here. 

Entry forms to: , or by post (see below)

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Haringey in Bloom 2009


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.