from this Saturday 15th November
except not on Tottenham Green:
“Tottenham Green Market, our Saturday market in Tottenham, is back EVERY Saturday from 15 November 10am to 3pm.
Our new venue is the Tottenham Chances car park, 399 High Rd N17 6QN. Chances is three or four bus stops / ten minutes walk, from Seven Sisters, past the Monument, opposite the police station.
We’ve got an amazing lineup incl. Wildes Cheese, Craving Coffee, L’Atypique Wines, and lots more street food, cakes, charcuterie, bread, preserves and produce.
For updates follow @TottenhamMarket on Twitter. or on Facebook “
also while thinking of all things edible, Craving Coffee in Markfield Road (towards Tottnm Hale off Broad Lane) seems to be going from strength to strength. They have special events planned in next few weeks. Open Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm (Food until 4pm) Saturday-Sunday 10am-3pm (Food until 2.30pm)
from Craving Coffee:
TEAM TOTTENHAM PARTY
inc Meet the Brewer from Redemption Brewery
Thursday, 6 November 2014 from 18:00 to 23:00 (GMT)
We love Tottenham and its passionate community spirit! We want to celebrate it with a Team Tottenham party in our cafe at The Mill Co. Project.
We’ll have our good friends from Redemption Brewery as guests at for Meet the Brewer, with a chance to learn more about and sample their beers.
Our menu that night will celebrate all things Tottenham, with dishes being made from Wildes Cheese, Flourish Bakery and Crop Drop Vegetables.
£5 entry, with proceeds going to The Markfield Project, a community centre in Markfield Park that promotes dignity, choice, independence and community inclusion of Disabled people and their families.
Limited tickets available.from Eventbrite.
Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters Area Forum and Committee
(also includes Tottenham Green but that’s getting too long to fit on one screen)
Date: 21 October 2014
Meeting Time: *6.30 pm – 9.00pm
No punches pulled.]
Venue: Exam Hall, College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London, High Road, Tottenham.
From the Area Regeneration Manager
There is a consultation event scheduled for TODAY on the West Green Road Pocket Park (drop in between 6.15-8pm, Premiere Cafe, 114 West Green Road, Thursday 9th October).
The Pocket Park was developed in 2013 by Gemma Aked as part of a range of projects for West Green Road (including shopfront improvements and bridge art, both of which are now being delivered).
In 2013 consultation with local businesses and residents identified support for new green spaces on West Green Road and we successfully bid for funding from the Mayor of London to deliver the project. Since then we have been working with a local architect to develop the designs and would like to share these with you to get your views. Attached is a flyer with more details on this event as well as a link to the project webpage- the flyer has gone out to residents and businesses close to the site.
If you can’t make tomorrow please contact me if you would like further details or want to submit any comments (by Friday 24th October). We look forward to working with you on this exciting project for West Green Road.
Area Regeneration Manager (Tottenham Green, Bruce Grove & Seven Sisters)
Tottenham Regeneration Programme
Haringey Council| 6th Floor|River Park House|225 High Road| Wood Green| N22 8HQ
Tel: 0208 489 3203 Mob: 07855 071531
In the cold winter of 2013, in Tottenham, London, a team of thirteen local residents were trained and employed by Living Under One Sun, supported by LB Haringey, to door knock 10,000 homes and hold conversations with residents about their personal travel behavior.
The team also aimed to increase awareness of walking cycling and public transport options.
What the team did not know was how the life and the stories of the people living behind these doors in their local neighbourhoods would make them feel about where they live.
By Living Under One Sun people….
Living Under One Sun are having a fruit and vegetable stall at the Haringey Green Fair on the 6th September. Come along and find out about all our courses, volunteering opportunities and our beautiful allotment. We are also having a stall run by beekeeper Ian, all about our Urban Honey which is made on the allotment. Also, Joanne Barrett will be talking about The Haringey Big Community Switch and how to save money on energy costs as well as how to use less energy.
More info here http://www.haringey4020.org.uk/index/events/greenfair.htm