This is in addition to the development at the BHS site. I've got mixed feelings. It could be good - we need more housing, right? It could also be very, very, bad, depending on its execution and…Continue
You may have noticed all the daffodils that sprout up every spring in Russell Park. They are the work of our Noel Park neighbour Floyd who marshalls fellow residents to plant dozens, if not hundreds of bulbs every year. He also plants vegetables among the traditional types of plants we're used to seeing in parks, along with trees, roses and all sorts of greenery.
Floyd is featured in Haringey People this month in recognition of the volunteer work he's done to green up Russell Park and…Continue
The empty lot on the corner of Lordship Lane and Moselle attracts a particular type of flytipping. In addition to the typical fare of mattresses, broken furniture and bags full of rubbish somebody is leaving piles of bread, rice and meat for the rats.
After a combination of rainy and hot days this week was particularly bad. Despite multiple reports Veolia was slow to pick it up so Ted and I took the matter into our own hands. Armed with plastic gloves and a shovel, we picked up a…Continue
Thanks to Victorine I was able to go to a lecture at the event for the first time ever!
Without Jo, the exhibit wouldn't have made it to the event. She missed her tennis lesson to transport the exhibit to and from Bruce Castle and stayed at the…Continue
I went to see Barnaby Barford's sculpture The Tower of Babel as an afterthought and was pleasantly surprised to see that it included 12 Wood Green shops.
The work was a huge tower made up of ceramic models of 3000 shops in London.
The models look pretty accurate. I met several shop keepers who had been told …Continue