This week has been the final week at Wood Green Christian Centre (Salvation Army). All our programmes including seniors club on Tues, sale/cafe & free legal advice clinic (St James' legal advice…Continue
As some of you may know, Noel Park Big Local is planning a bring and share picnic (with other activities too) on Sat 5th July in Russell Park (12-6pm).If anyone is interested in helping plan for the…Continue
I was recently reminded by a friend of the Sesame Street song ‘Who are the people in your neighbourhood’ with that slightly annoying but catchy tune. Sesame Street resident Bob Johnson walks around the street meeting different neighbours, workers etc who simply live and interact with his neighbourhood.
By Sam Tomlin
This bank holiday weekend has seen delegates at the National Union of Teachers threaten to boycott classroom inspections and call for the resignation of the chief inspector of Ofsted, Sir Michael Wilshaw. Dislike of Wilshaw and the inspectorate is nothing new from many teachers and…Continue
The Salvation Army has been in Wood Green since 1884. Initially meeting in local houses, membership grew rapidly, meaning necessitating the rental of a large room in Commerce Road. Eventually a full building was required and the stone-laying ceremony for a building on Mayes Road (just off Noel Park - where Boots is currently situated) took place in 1890 in front of around…Continue