Wood Green is mentioned in the Evening Standard property section today featuring Hornsey.Keeping in mind it's the property section the piece was OK until it got to Wood Green:"To the east is Wood…Continue
Does anyone know what's happening with Hawker Union? I noticed some disturbing comments on Twitter about some trouble the founders are having with the council. The comments are rather vague,…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…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…Continue
Open House London put Noel Park into its schedule for the first time this year so we were quite excited to take part. Jo and I led two tours around the estate, ending up at St Mark Church, our Grade two listed church where Victorine manned our historic photo exhibit of Noel Park and Fr. Simon answered questions about the church …Continue