Date   
crossover and car obstacles

JJ Best
 

Hello,

This crossover at no. 66 Beaconsfield rd N15 (see photo attached) is posing a problem as the cars that park on the paved, front garden block parts of the public footpath.

Can something please be done to remedy the situation so that pedestrians do not get these obstacle forced into their way.

Thank you.

JJ Best

Planning permission and public rights of way

JJ Best
 

Hello,

I noticed yesterday that a metal gate (see attached photo) has gone up between nos. 510 and 512 High Rd Bruce Grove N17.

I am wondering:
- if this has planning permission given that it is in a conservation area?
- if there is a public right of way through this alley way which has now been closed off?

Thanks you for looking into this.

JJ Best
Bruce Grove N17


FW: update on david's walks and courses to end of year

Joyce Rosser
 

 

From: David Rosenberg [mailto:davidrosenberg58@...]
Sent: 17 October 2019 07:37
To: David Rosenberg
Subject: update on david's walks and courses to end of year

 

Walks and courses from David Rosenberg’s East End Walks until the end of the year

Hope you had a good summer. As we head into the autumn and winter months my walks/courses will continue at least until the beginning of December

These are the walks I will be doing as part of my regular schedule. Each one costs £8/£5 and can be booked at: http://www.eastendwalks.com/?page_id=82

Sunday 20th October, 10.30am-1pm: BRICK LANE BATTLEGROUND 1970s

Sunday 27th October, 2.30pm-4.30pm: PEOPLE’S POWER IN BERMONDSEY

Sunday 10th November, 2.30pm-4.30pm:  THE RADICAL JEWISH EAST END

Sunday 24th November, 11am-1pm: THE SPARK OF REBELLION IN BOW

Sunday 1st December, 11am-1pm: NO GODS, NO MASTERS (Bloomsbury)

I am also doing some special free walks:

1. Free walks for Islington People’s Rights 50th anniversary at 10.30-12.30pm on Saturday 9 November and Saturday 7 December:
Starting point. Old Finsbury Town Hall, Rosebery Ave, London EC1R 4RP. End Point: Islington Museum

People’s Struggles for People’s Rights: A guided walk in and around Clerkenwell covering fascinating episodes in local radical history, from the Peasants’ revolt of 1381 to today’s May Day marches .

Booking details: Please send an email to david@... with the subject line either “People’s Rights 9 November:” or “People’s Rights 7 December” to reserve your place.

2. Free walk on “Radicals and Rebels in and around Brick Lane” from 11am-1pm on Sunday 17 November, as part of the Write Idea Festival. If you would definitely like a place, please register by sending an email to: david@... with “Brick Lane Rebels” in the subject line. Limited places. Please book asap!

Courses:

I am teaching some Saturday courses at Bishopsgate this autumn. These combine a couple of hours in the classroom followed by a lunch break then reconvening for a two-hour walk.

I’ll be doing one on 16th November on Migrant Activists in the East End, looking especially at the Irish and Jewish communities in the late 19th/early 20th centuries. Details are here: https://www.bishopsgate.org.uk/searchcourses_detail.aspx?CourseID=4270

 

I’ll be doing a further one on Women’s Fight for Equal Rights on 23rd November – details here: https://www.bishopsgate.org.uk/course/4276/Womens-Fight-for-Equal-Rights?&Keyword=Women&Category=&TimeOfDay=&

 

Hope to see you on a walk or course soon!

 

David

 

 

 

FYI: Haringey Independent report on Council Scrutiny of Wards Corner Scheme

Joseph Nicholas
 

https://www.thetottenhamindependent.co.uk/news/17972844.haringey-council-criticised-regeneration-inquiry/

Among other things, '...the report says a director of the company appointed by Grainger in May 2016 to act as market facilitator – Quarterbridge – also became a director of the market manager, Market Asset Management.  It says this was a conflict of interest – yet the council only recognised it as such in the autumn of 2018.  The report adds that traders made a range of complaints about the alleged conduct of the market facilitator/market manager, but these “were not acted upon in a timely manner by the council”.'

Deputation on Wards Corner to Overview & Scrutiny Committee

Sue Penny
 




-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Deputation on Wards Corner to Overview & Scrutiny Committee
Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2019 10:39:18 +0100
From: Stuart McNamara <stuartm24142@...>
To: S McNamara <stuartm24142@...>


Dear All,

Deputation on Wards Corner to Overview & Scrutiny Committee 


Stefania Alvarez, Javie Huxley and I all presented a deputation on Wards Corner to the Overview & Scrutiny Committee last night. Committee members were considering the report of the Housing & Regeneration Scrutiny Panel report into Wards Corner which was led by Cllr Ruth Gordon and her fellow panel members. The committee subsequently voted to unanimously accept all of the recommendations in the report. 

The link to the webcast of the meeting is below and the deputation starts 43 mins into the recording.

https://haringey.public-i.tv/core/portal/webcast_interactive/445330/start_time/2577000?force_language_code=en_GB

Regards,
Stuart 






FW: [ourtottenham_news] 6.30pm on Tuesday 15th lobby to support Latin Market traders

Joyce Rosser
 

Save Latin Village Lobby of Haringey Council Overview & Scrutiny Committee, 

Tuesday 15 October 6.30pm, Haringey Civic Centre 



Councillor report into what has happened at the market

Item 12

 

 

 

Re: NFL matches at Spurs

Chris Ramenah
 

I also witnessed the Military aircraft’s flying over my side. I was amazed by how terrifying they were. They weren’t quiet at all how regular planes continued above is something else. Passenger planes have already lowered their flight in height so how low are military planes going. I live in between two high risers with a few scattered along. How they managed to sandwich though is a question.
I wasn’t working last night so I didn’t have to trample way home. But buses were terminating outside my road. I could hear the NFL cheering from my windows all the time.
Last Sunday I was working late I finished at 8 but got home by 9:45 no sign of buses going down but they were going up obviously diverted through Bruce Castle way. I couldn’t attempt to walk due to the amount of fans a lot of Americans & Europeans. I had to get the train for two stops.
Bruce Grove Station was ok towards Edmonton but once you get to White Hart you’ve had it.
I do know I have to arrange to leave the store earlier in future NFL games it’s just to horrendous for me to lock up the store with so many fans pouring down. Traders need to be allowed to close earlier on these matches but employers just don’t realise what employees have to do in order to avoid things.
The amount of money Spurs must be getting to hire their stadium makes one wonder would they use it on future development.

Chris R

On 14 Oct 2019, at 11:41, Joyce Rosser <joyce.rosser13@...> wrote:

At about 4pm I went along to the High Road to see what things looked like.
High Road from Lordship Lane north had no traffic (quiet and rather
pleasant!), masses of stewards and police, etc. The Spurs shop was renamed
NFL shop for weekend. Apparently match started at 2.30pm and didn't finish
until 6.30pm - I asked a steward why it takes four hours and he said that
there is lots of advertising, etc. I couldn't stay until 6.30pm to see fans
come out (apparently they a mixture of Americans, British, Europeans esp
Germans). Policeman said that they drop much less litter than football fans!
Joyce

-----Original Message-----
From: TottenhamCivicSociety@groups.io
[mailto:TottenhamCivicSociety@groups.io] On Behalf Of Carol Sykes
Sent: 13 October 2019 15:39
To: TottenhamCivicSociety@groups.io
Cc: Joyce Rosser
Subject: Re: [TottenhamCivicSociety] NFL matches at Spurs

Just after the 2.30 kickoff today there was a flypast of 3 military
helicopters. Was it part of the prematch floorshow or are they here to
strafe the natives if we try to rebel against the pass laws (whole roads
barricaded off from 5.30 am until hours after the end of the game)?
Carol

On 03/10/2019 17:07, Carol Sykes wrote:
For the first game on the roads will be barricaded off from 8am and
for the second 5.30am! Carol

On 03/10/2019 09:53, Joyce Rosser wrote:
Is this Sunday (see below) the first NFL match at Spurs? It will be
interesting to see crowds, traffic, etc.

Joyce

Upcoming NFL Games at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

FIXTURE

DATE & TIME Chicago Bears at Oakland Raiders

Sunday 6 October | 6pm Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Sunday 13 October | 2.30pm Links:
------
[1] https://groups.io/g/TottenhamCivicSociety/message/8883
[2] https://groups.io/mt/34380141/1284671
[3] https://groups.io/g/TottenhamCivicSociety/post
[4] https://groups.io/g/TottenhamCivicSociety/editsub/1284671
[5] https://groups.io/g/TottenhamCivicSociety/leave/defanged




Re: NFL matches at Spurs

Joyce Rosser
 

At about 4pm I went along to the High Road to see what things looked like.
High Road from Lordship Lane north had no traffic (quiet and rather
pleasant!), masses of stewards and police, etc. The Spurs shop was renamed
NFL shop for weekend. Apparently match started at 2.30pm and didn't finish
until 6.30pm - I asked a steward why it takes four hours and he said that
there is lots of advertising, etc. I couldn't stay until 6.30pm to see fans
come out (apparently they a mixture of Americans, British, Europeans esp
Germans). Policeman said that they drop much less litter than football fans!
Joyce

-----Original Message-----
From: TottenhamCivicSociety@groups.io
[mailto:TottenhamCivicSociety@groups.io] On Behalf Of Carol Sykes
Sent: 13 October 2019 15:39
To: TottenhamCivicSociety@groups.io
Cc: Joyce Rosser
Subject: Re: [TottenhamCivicSociety] NFL matches at Spurs

Just after the 2.30 kickoff today there was a flypast of 3 military
helicopters. Was it part of the prematch floorshow or are they here to
strafe the natives if we try to rebel against the pass laws (whole roads
barricaded off from 5.30 am until hours after the end of the game)?
Carol

On 03/10/2019 17:07, Carol Sykes wrote:
For the first game on the roads will be barricaded off from 8am and
for the second 5.30am! Carol

On 03/10/2019 09:53, Joyce Rosser wrote:
Is this Sunday (see below) the first NFL match at Spurs? It will be
interesting to see crowds, traffic, etc.

Joyce

Upcoming NFL Games at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

FIXTURE

DATE & TIME Chicago Bears at Oakland Raiders

Sunday 6 October | 6pm Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Sunday 13 October | 2.30pm Links:
------
[1] https://groups.io/g/TottenhamCivicSociety/message/8883
[2] https://groups.io/mt/34380141/1284671
[3] https://groups.io/g/TottenhamCivicSociety/post
[4] https://groups.io/g/TottenhamCivicSociety/editsub/1284671
[5] https://groups.io/g/TottenhamCivicSociety/leave/defanged

Re: NFL matches at Spurs

Alison Armour
 

Good idea, Christine, but I suspect our dearly beloved Council are more interested in appeasing Spurs and are happy to sacrifice the rights of the disadvantaged who are less likely to rise up and complain.
Alison




On Sunday, 13 October 2019, 17:06:33 BST, Christine Protz via Groups.Io <christine.protz@...> wrote:


Surely there are some (presumably democratic) organisations that have given permission to close these streets. Haringey Council? Transport for London? Shouldn’t we tackle these first?
 
Chris
 
Sent: Sunday, October 13, 2019 4:45 PM
Subject: Re: [TottenhamCivicSociety] NFL matches at Spurs
 
This closing down of local streets for an unwarranted period of time is totally unacceptable.  The infringement of local residents' rights should not be allowed.  Frankly, Spurs should not be allowed to diversify into areas outside their main business which so badly affects the rights of others.  Perhaps there should be a campaign for financial compensation for those affected.  That might make them change their minds as this business would probably become unviable.
Alison

 
 
 
On Sunday, 13 October 2019, 15:39:20 BST, Carol Sykes <carol@...> wrote:
 
 
Just after the 2.30 kickoff today there was a flypast of 3 military
helicopters. Was it part of the prematch floorshow or are they here to
strafe the natives if we try to rebel against the pass laws (whole roads
barricaded off from 5.30 am until hours after the end of the game)?
Carol
 
On 03/10/2019 17:07, Carol Sykes wrote:
> For the first game on the roads will be barricaded off from 8am and
> for the second 5.30am! Carol
>
> On 03/10/2019 09:53, Joyce Rosser wrote:
>> Is this Sunday (see below) the first NFL match at Spurs? It will be
>> interesting to see crowds, traffic, etc.
>>
>> Joyce
>>
>> Upcoming NFL Games at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
>>
>> FIXTURE
>>
>> DATE & TIME Chicago Bears at Oakland Raiders
>>
>> Sunday 6 October | 6pm Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
>>
>> Sunday 13 October | 2.30pm Links:
>> ------
>
>
 
 
 

Re: NFL matches at Spurs

Christine Protz
 

Surely there are some (presumably democratic) organisations that have given permission to close these streets. Haringey Council? Transport for London? Shouldn’t we tackle these first?
 
Chris
 

From: Alison Armour via Groups.Io
Sent: Sunday, October 13, 2019 4:45 PM
To: TottenhamCivicSociety@groups.io
Cc: Joyce Rosser
Subject: Re: [TottenhamCivicSociety] NFL matches at Spurs
 
This closing down of local streets for an unwarranted period of time is totally unacceptable.  The infringement of local residents' rights should not be allowed.  Frankly, Spurs should not be allowed to diversify into areas outside their main business which so badly affects the rights of others.  Perhaps there should be a campaign for financial compensation for those affected.  That might make them change their minds as this business would probably become unviable.
Alison

 
 
 
On Sunday, 13 October 2019, 15:39:20 BST, Carol Sykes <carol@...> wrote:
 
 
Just after the 2.30 kickoff today there was a flypast of 3 military
helicopters. Was it part of the prematch floorshow or are they here to
strafe the natives if we try to rebel against the pass laws (whole roads
barricaded off from 5.30 am until hours after the end of the game)?
Carol
 
On 03/10/2019 17:07, Carol Sykes wrote:
> For the first game on the roads will be barricaded off from 8am and
> for the second 5.30am! Carol
>
> On 03/10/2019 09:53, Joyce Rosser wrote:
>> Is this Sunday (see below) the first NFL match at Spurs? It will be
>> interesting to see crowds, traffic, etc.
>>
>> Joyce
>>
>> Upcoming NFL Games at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
>>
>> FIXTURE
>>
>> DATE & TIME Chicago Bears at Oakland Raiders
>>
>> Sunday 6 October | 6pm Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
>>
>> Sunday 13 October | 2.30pm Links:
>> ------
>
>
 
 
 

Re: NFL matches at Spurs

Alison Armour
 

This closing down of local streets for an unwarranted period of time is totally unacceptable.  The infringement of local residents' rights should not be allowed.  Frankly, Spurs should not be allowed to diversify into areas outside their main business which so badly affects the rights of others.  Perhaps there should be a campaign for financial compensation for those affected.  That might make them change their minds as this business would probably become unviable.
Alison




On Sunday, 13 October 2019, 15:39:20 BST, Carol Sykes <carol@...> wrote:


Just after the 2.30 kickoff today there was a flypast of 3 military
helicopters. Was it part of the prematch floorshow or are they here to
strafe the natives if we try to rebel against the pass laws (whole roads
barricaded off from 5.30 am until hours after the end of the game)?
Carol

On 03/10/2019 17:07, Carol Sykes wrote:
> For the first game on the roads will be barricaded off from 8am and
> for the second 5.30am! Carol
>
> On 03/10/2019 09:53, Joyce Rosser wrote:
>> Is this Sunday (see below) the first NFL match at Spurs? It will be
>> interesting to see crowds, traffic, etc.
>>
>> Joyce
>>
>> Upcoming NFL Games at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
>>
>> FIXTURE
>>
>> DATE & TIME Chicago Bears at Oakland Raiders
>>
>> Sunday 6 October | 6pm Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
>>
>> Sunday 13 October | 2.30pm Links:
>> ------
>
>



Re: NFL matches at Spurs

Carol Sykes
 

Just after the 2.30 kickoff today there was a flypast of 3 military helicopters. Was it part of the prematch floorshow or are they here to strafe the natives if we try to rebel against the pass laws (whole roads barricaded off from 5.30 am until hours after the end of the game)? Carol

On 03/10/2019 17:07, Carol Sykes wrote:
For the first game on the roads will be barricaded off from 8am and
for the second 5.30am! Carol
On 03/10/2019 09:53, Joyce Rosser wrote:
Is this Sunday (see below) the first NFL match at Spurs? It will be
interesting to see crowds, traffic, etc.
Joyce
Upcoming NFL Games at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
FIXTURE
DATE & TIME Chicago Bears at Oakland Raiders
Sunday 6 October | 6pm Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sunday 13 October | 2.30pm Links:
------
[1] https://groups.io/g/TottenhamCivicSociety/message/8883
[2] https://groups.io/mt/34380141/1284671
[3] https://groups.io/g/TottenhamCivicSociety/post
[4] https://groups.io/g/TottenhamCivicSociety/editsub/1284671
[5] https://groups.io/g/TottenhamCivicSociety/leave/defanged

FYI: Revised National Planning Policy Framework and Accompanying Guidance

Joseph Nicholas
 

This is fearsomely technical, but insomniacs and those who have nothing else to do may care to engage with it....


-------- Forwarded Message --------

From: John Myers [mailto:secretary@...]
Sent: 09 October 2019 18:41
To:
Subject: Revised NPPF and new TCPA guide

 

 

TCPA has published a guide for local authority people for achieving the recommendations from the report of the Raynsford Review of the planning system.

The actions on page five of the guide are important and London Forum's members should check what their Council is proposing to do to meet the objectives.

National Planning Policy Framework

The latest edition of the National Planning Policy Framework appeared in July, together with the accompanying Planning Practice Guidance.

News and Updates

Please take the opportunity to check the News and Updates section of our website when you can. We post regular updates, including the recent MHCLG guidance on design.

Yours sincerely

John Myers
Secretary
London Forum of Amenity and Civic Societies

FYI: BGAC Tottenham Literature Festival talks

Joseph Nicholas
 




-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Announcing our Tottenham Literature Festival talks
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2019 16:42:35 +0100
From: Bernie Grant Arts Centre <berniegrantartscentre@...>
Reply-To: Bernie Grant Arts Centre <re-4RPC-8BYP-GG6IV-C0RHS@...>
To: tcs@...


ANNOUNCING THE TOTTENHAM LITERATURE FESTIVAL TALKS

Hi Tottenham Civic Society,


Our first ever Tottenham Literature Festival is fast approaching, and we have some very special guest speakers confirmed for our Festival Saturday talks in the BGAC Theatre. Acclaimed author Candice Carty-Williams will be on the panel for the Bold Black Women talk on Saturday 2 November and writer and broadcaster Emma Dabiri is confirmed for Fros, Rows & Prose on Saturday 9 November.


To enjoy all three talks on each Festival Saturday, you'll need to book a Theatre Pass for Saturday 2 November and/or Saturday 9 November.


We're delighted to announce that Zena Edwards will be our Poet In Residence for Tottenham Literature Festival 2019.


More guest speakers to be announced over the coming days and weeks, keep an eye on our website and Twitter @BGACentre


Coming up in October as part of the Dance Umbrella Festival is Out of the System: Mixed Bill, described as the 'best in 21st century dance' - Evening Standard.


BGAC Team 🗣️📖

#TLF2019

TOTTENHAM LITERATURE FESTIVAL THEATRE TALKS

SATURDAY 2 NOVEMBER

Bold Black Women

13:00 – 14.15

‘Being a Black women writer is not a shallow place but a rich place to write from. It doesn’t limit my imagination, it expands it,’ wrote Toni Morrison. Hear from our panel of Bold Black Women writers, including author Candice Carty-Williams, on the joys and challenges of writing about race, gender and class.

Words, Rhyme & Power

14:45 – 16:00

Black writers, poets and performers have been transforming the English language for hundreds of years. Join our conversation on the role of words and rhyme in taking up space.

Feelin’ Good: Joy, Pleasure & Writing

16:30 – 17:45

Come and find out why writing about joy, love and pleasure can be an act of activism.

BOOK A THEATRE PASS FOR SAT 2 NOV

TOTTENHAM LITERATURE FESTIVAL THEATRE TALKS

SATURDAY 9 NOVEMBER

Poetry of the Mandem

13:00 – 14:15

Who speaks for the culture? Who represents the mandem? Join poets who are pushing boundaries to reclaim narratives best representing the diverse, lively and nuanced experiences of black boys and men in London today. Speakers include: Featuring Caleb Femi, Yomi Sode and Debo Amon.

Re-imagining Spaces

14:45 – 16:00

From Tottenham to Brixton, London is changing. Come and hear how black writers, musicians and artists are responding to these changing landscapes.

Fros, Rows & Prose

16:30 – 17:45

From Afros to Cornrows, what are we really talking about when we write about black women’s hair? Journey through inherited black hairstyling techniques from pre-colonial Africa to contemporary bald black women’s choices. Featuring Emma Dabiri, Ruth Sutoyé and others.

BOOK A THEATRE PASS FOR SAT 9 NOV

SOMETHING DARK BY LEMN SISSAY

1 November

A rare chance to see a dramatic reading of the acclaimed one-man play by celebrated performance poet, Lemn Sissay. Based on Sissay’s bestselling memoir My Name is Why, about his upbringing in children’s homes and foster care, and the search for his family and true identity. Something Dark has been performed throughout the world to great critical acclaim, now is your chance to see a rare one-off performance in Tottenham. 

BOOK NOW

MAN ON THE MOON

7 November

Poet and storyteller Keisha Thompson will perform Man on the Moon on 7 November, using her unconventional relationship with her father, this piece explores the impact that mental health can have on the family dynamic, particularly within the context of the Black British experience.

BOOK HERE

COMING UP THIS MONTH...

OUT OF THE SYSTEM: MIXED BILL

22 & 23 October

From a hip-hop theatre classic to stripped back dance solos, Mixed Bill brings together four highly personal dance works by THĒO INART, Becky Namgauds, Ffion Campbell-Davies & tyroneisaacstuart and Jonzi D. These performances turn their gaze on society, exploring the human body, how we interact and the search for identity and belonging.

 

Contains nudity

BOOK HERE

HALF-TERM FAMILY FILM CLUB

BGAC is proud to present the Family Film Club! This is a year round curated programme for all the family to see the best films in our comfy Cinema.

MOANA

23 & 24 October

Get ready to head out to the Pacific and sing along to the classics “How Far I’ll Go” and “You’re Welcome” with the marvellous Moana.


113 mins

Age guidance: PG

£5 (plus booking fee)

BOOK HERE

SPIDERMAN: INTO THE SPIDERVERSE

23 & 24 October

Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse starts out how you expect you would. Miles Morales gets bitten by a radioactive spider. He’s already in a world that has Spiderman swinging through the city of New York. Suddenly, due to the villain Kingpin’s devious actions, there will be many, many more Spideys…


116 mins

Age guidance: PG

£5 (plus booking fee)

BOOK HERE

Bernie Grant Arts Centre

Town Hall Approach Road

Tottenham Green

London N15 4RX

Charity No. 1102263

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FYI: Peddle My Wheels at Tottenham Green Sunday Market

Joseph Nicholas
 

A venture buying and selling second-hand bicycles will be at the Tottenham Green Market on 6 October.  Not sure if they'll also do bike repairs and bike maintenance, but one can always check them out on the day....


-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: October Market This Sunday!
Date: Fri, 4 Oct 2019 09:02:29 +0000
From: Tottenham Green Market <tottenhammkt@...>
Reply-To: tottenhammkt@...
To: excellenceingardening@...


This Sunday we have Peddle My Wheels A BIKE MARKET.

SELL & BUY SECOND HAND BIKES FOR ADULTS & KIDS.
Pop down with your bike get it checked, sell, buy and try a Bike.

See you Sunday!
Sunday 6 October
STREET FOOD
Napule e  Wood fired Hot Pizza
Snap Banger  Sucuk & halloumi burgers
Purple Onion Fresh Salads/pastas

REFRESHMENTS 
Ora Brewery - Craft ale to take away
Real Coffee Buzz - Artisan Coffee
The Wine Scouts -  Natural Wines

CROCHET / CRAFTS
Snitches Get stitches - Beautiful gifts
PRODUCE
Prestige Patisserie - BEST Cakes
Not-4-profit Organic Veggies
Downshill Park Cafe - Hot Patties
Chez Frances & Sylvie French Deli, Cheeses, Raclette, charcuterie, pate, soups, condiments & more 
Celtic Bakery - Local Artisan Breads
Marsh Produce - Meat, Poultry, Veg, eggs, British Cheese, Juice, bacon, free range dairy, jams.

We are always looking for great stalls.  Apply HERE

Please locals come forward with event, workshop ideas, use the Green as your own - Please email:  tottenhammkt@...

Work with us: Enquires: tottenhammkt@...

Join "Friends of Tottenham Green Market" to never miss a beat

Follow us on Instagram

Much Love
Marika & Team Tottenham 
See you Sunday
 







FYI: Tree events in October in Alexandra Park, Lordship Rec, Tottenham Marshes

Joseph Nicholas
 

-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Tree events in October in Alexandra Park, Lordship Rec, TottenhamMarshes
Date: Thu, 3 Oct 2019 18:08:36 +0000
From: Tottenham Trees <tottenhamtrees@...>
Reply-To: tottenhamtrees@...
To: excellenceingardening@...



Saturday 5th October 2pm to 3:30pm

Autumn Tree Walk in
Alexandra Park

Trees and avenues: an autumnal look at formal planting in Alexandra Park.

Adrian will lead the group beside the Pavilion car park to the avenue of planes by GoApe, then look at the lines of limes leading to the deer enclosure exit, before returning through the horse chestnuts that lead up to the Rose Garden. We would, of course look at other specimens en route, and talk a bit about how trees change in autumn.

The idea will be to get people to think about why some areas have been planted formally and others have been left to grow naturally, which species are used in formal planting, and how to recognise them. 

Meet by the BBC Tower

Sunday 6th October
2pm to 5pm
Lordship Rec


Fun for all the family
exploring all things Apple!


- Apple and Pear juicing
- Longest peel contest
- Tasting of a range of heritage and other varieties of apples
- Fruit tree planting
- Cider, juice and apple cake to buy
- Music
 
Free entry for all ages
 
In the Lordship Rec Open Orchard Field, to the east of The Hub, Lordship Recreation Ground, off Higham road, N17 6NU.
 
For more info contact 07757 333 202
 
Organised by the Friends of Lordship Rec - www.lordshiprec.org.uk

Sunday October 13th: 2pm to 4pm
Tree Survey on Tottenham Marshes

Join Nick Barber and Jenny Williams to find out what’s growing on the Marshes, improve your tree ID skills, and help create a tree guide for visitors. Bring cameras and ID books/apps if you have them.
 
Meet at the cafe at the Waterside Centre (WSC), Stonebridge Lock.
After the survey, there will be a plenary at the apiary or the café.
 
Free event but please book:
To book a place -
Please e-mail: contact@... or phone 020 8801 1413.

Please contact us to provide your details so we can tell you of any late changes (and to make sure we do not have too many people at the event).

 




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FYI: First ever Tottenham Literature Festival at BGAC, 1-9 November 2019

Joseph Nicholas
 

-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: First ever Tottenham Literature Festival at BGAC
Date: Thu, 03 Oct 2019 16:44:33 +0100
From: Bernie Grant Arts Centre <berniegrantartscentre@...>
Reply-To: Bernie Grant Arts Centre <re-4RPC-85RY-GG6IV-C0RHL@...>
To: tcs@...



BGAC PRESENTS FIRST EVER TOTTENHAM LITERATURE FESTIVAL

Hi Tottenham Civic Society,


We've launched our inaugural Tottenham Literature Festival, 1 - 9 November at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre.


This will be a new festival of words right at the heart of one of London’s most diverse boroughs, highlighting work by Black writers. We’ve created a packed programme of readings, pop-up performance, talks by bestselling authors, films and writing workshops to fire your imagination!


There will be plenty more Festival announcements over the coming weeks, keep an eye out on our website and on Twitter @BGACentre for more exciting news. 


We look forward to seeing you there!


BGAC Team 🗣️📚


#TLF2019

SOMETHING DARK BY LEMN SISSAY

1 November

A rare chance to see a dramatic reading of the acclaimed one-man play by celebrated performance poet, Lemn Sissay. Tied to the launch of Sissay’s bestselling memoir My Name is Why, the performance tells the story of his upbringing in children’s homes and foster care, and the search for his family and true identity. Originally directed by John McGrath (National Theatre of Wales), Something Dark has been performed throughout the world to great critical acclaim, now is your chance to see it performed in Tottenham. 

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MAN ON THE MOON

7 November

Poet and storyteller Keisha Thompson will perform Man on the Moon on 7 November, using her unconventional relationship with her father, this piece explores the impact that mental health can have on the family dynamic, particularly within the context of the Black British experience.

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FESTIVAL SATURDAYS

2 & 9 November

The Tottenham Literature Festival Saturdays offer an exhilarating range of events and activities for families, young people and adults. Each day features debates, panel discussions and workshops on various themes such as; the politics of Black hair and representation in literature, mandem culture, and the evolution of Black British language and expression. For families, there will be free storytelling and arts & crafts each Saturday too. Come and meet established and upcoming writers from Tottenham and beyond and feed your inner bookaholic with our exciting book market!

BOOK A PASS FOR SAT 2 NOV

BOOK A PASS FOR SAT 9 NOV

FILM: THE REVIVAL: WOMEN AND THE WORD

7 November

The Revival: Women and the Word is a literary road trip lead by a sisterhood of Queer Black Women. Occupying local homes across America they hold literary salons, revitalising a history of Queer Black literary community back from the Harlem renaissance.

82 mins

Age rating: PG

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FILM: DEVIL IN A BLUE DRESS

8 November

Denzel Washington gets way in over his head when he agrees to help an enigmatic white man look for a missing woman for a quick buck in pre-civil rights LA. The path gets murky, messy and dangerous in this fantastic literary noir adaptation by Walter Mosley. Also stars Don Cheadle and Jennifer Beals.


102 mins

Age rating: PG

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FILM: BELOVED

9 November

Based on the Toni Morrison novel Beloved. In the film adaptation, Oprah Winfrey plays Sethe, an escaped slave haunted by her past and the actions of her escape. Powerfully emotive with its themes of slavery with spiritual highs and lows, Beloved will stay with you long after it ends. Also stars Thandie Newton, Kimberly Elise and Danny Glover.


172 mins

Age rating: PG


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Bernie Grant Arts Centre

Town Hall Approach Road

Tottenham Green

London N15 4RX

Charity No. 1102263

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Re: NFL matches at Spurs

Carol Sykes
 

For the first game on the roads will be barricaded off from 8am and for the second 5.30am! Carol

On 03/10/2019 09:53, Joyce Rosser wrote:
Is this Sunday (see below) the first NFL match at Spurs? It will be
interesting to see crowds, traffic, etc.
Joyce
Upcoming NFL Games at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
FIXTURE
DATE & TIME
Chicago Bears at Oakland Raiders
Sunday 6 October | 6pm
Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sunday 13 October | 2.30pm
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FW: NFL matches at Spurs

Joyce Rosser
 

Should read “Chicago Bears v. Oakland Raiders” etc (if any of you care!)

Joyce

 

From: Joyce Rosser [mailto:joyce.rosser13@...]
Sent: 03 October 2019 09:54
To: 'TottenhamCivicSociety@groups.io'
Subject: NFL matches at Spurs

 

Is this Sunday (see below) the first NFL match at Spurs? It will be interesting to see crowds, traffic, etc.

Joyce

 

Upcoming NFL Games at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Fixture

Date & Time

Chicago Bears at Oakland Raiders

Sunday 6 October | 6pm

Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Sunday 13 October | 2.30pm

 

NFL matches at Spurs

Joyce Rosser
 

Is this Sunday (see below) the first NFL match at Spurs? It will be interesting to see crowds, traffic, etc.

Joyce

 

Upcoming NFL Games at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Fixture

Date & Time

Chicago Bears at Oakland Raiders

Sunday 6 October | 6pm

Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Sunday 13 October | 2.30pm