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
Added by Rachella Sinclair on June 7, 2019 at 21:52 — No Comments
I am now working as a biodynamic craniosacral therapist. This is a gentle but powerful hands-on therapy that helps restore health and balance to the body. I am registered with the craniosacral association who provide a good video about the therapy: https://www.craniosacral.co.uk/
The wonderful Wood Green Complementary Health Centre where I work is on Lordship Lane, just by the W3 bus stop by Wood Green tube.…Continue
Noel Park Neighbourhood Watch is in need of a new coordinator.
Neighbourhood Watches are run entirely by the local residents with support from the police and other organisations. Neighbourhood Watch is not just about reducing crime; it is about creating communities that care.
Neighbourhood Watch brings local people together and can make a real contribution to improving lives and the environment.
Members are encouraged to take action as a group to tackle community…Continue
Added by A Noel Park Neighbourhood Watch on February 23, 2019 at 14:01 — No Comments
There are four GP Hubs in Haringey that have evening and weekend appointments.
The GP Hubs are available to all residents in Haringey and are open
Monday to Friday: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Weekends and Public Holidays: 8am - 8pm
To find out more about the service click the following link: http://www.haringeyccg.nhs.uk/Services/gp-hubs.htm
Anyone living, working, studying or visiting the borough can make a report on using the Council's online form 24 hours a day at https://www.haringey.gov.uk/environment-and-waste/noise-and-animal-control/noise-control…Continue
Added by A Noel Park Neighbourhood Watch on August 4, 2018 at 7:36 — No Comments
I just wanted to let you know about a project that I' am overseeing via the Noel Park Big Local: Green Spaces Project. Noel Park Primary School, located on Gladstone Avenue and Lymington Avenue. Outside the school, on the pavement are metal railings. I had the idea of installing flower box planters to the railings. I have done a lot of research and found a suitable planter. It contains a reservoir and therefore eliminates the need for constant watering!
I have met with…Continue
Added by A Noel Park Neighbourhood Watch on November 5, 2017 at 21:39 — No Comments
The Crafty North Londoner is helping the people of north London conquer their festive shopping and connect with the makers and designers behind the perfect gifts at Etsy Made Local Tottenham…Continue
Fireworks don't have to be ear splitting to be fun. We can enjoy them in safety, without causing annoyance to our neighbours and their pets and wildlife. If you have your own firework display, remember that too much noise can frighten people and animals and that fireworks cause smoke and pollution.
Give neighbours a few days notice of…Continue
Added by A Noel Park Neighbourhood Watch on November 3, 2017 at 21:11 — No Comments
Does it come under the Sandlings ? Cobham Rd Alley ? Frome Rd Alley ?…Continue
Added by Piers M on September 27, 2017 at 20:53 — No Comments
While walking to work I saw some rubbish under a sign this morning, The thought struck me "What if you can't read the fly tipping signs? What could they be saying ?"
"Look at this cool stuff we have managed to find on the street…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
Yesterday on the corner of Hewitt and Darwin I am taking a picture of some dumped rubbish on the Haringey app and a guy says what are you doing that for? So I tell him "oh you are one of those, you are a snitch" "no" I reply .. So I tell him if everyone does their part then maybe we can make the area better. Fail... I do not think I convinced him.
Telling the council were there is dumped rubbish is considered "snitching????".... Ahhh Haaa this is…Continue
Please feel sorry for Moselle Avenue, Noel Park. Google maps have advertised it as a rat-run for HGV's, trucks, lorries, buses, vans and convoys of cars coming off the A109 Lordship Lane. After all, it is so easy isn't it to drive down Moselle Avenue rather than staying on the A roads except for access. Our poor house shudders and jolts.....
Yes, the council know this.
A date for the diary in Russell Park: https://t.co/PZiFncYm5D— Team Noel Park (@teamnoelpark) March 29, 2017
A bunch of positive helpful people from in and around Noel Park (and a few not local) come together to clean up the park.
Giving a bit of their time on a sunday to clear away the…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
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Added by Public Voice on February 24, 2017 at 15:00 — No Comments
How do you approach this a woman with children? I can't bang on the window and say "stop doing this."
That is aggressive/ intimidating..
I do not speak their language What do I do.
Why cross the road and dump it outside my…Continue
Starting next week Saturday we have our 12 week Kids Contemporary Dance courses for children either 4.5 years-7 years, or 8 years-11 years!
If you have a budding Maddie/Dance Moms fan at home, this beginners class truly is the one as your child will learn basic Ballet combined with elements of Modern and Jazz- great for posture, co-ordination and building…Continue
Kids Street Dance classes at Omnida start on Wednesday 4th January 2017 with different classes for ages 3.5 years to 12 years!
This is a great way for your child to build up confidence whilst staying fit and socialising with others. All of our teachers are CRB/DBS checked and are some of the best in the business!
Just one minute's walk from Turnpike Lane tube station- sign up now to get your 10% discount before 1st January 2017!…Continue