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If You Want to Pass Your Driving Test Don't Take it in Wood Green

Insurance broker Marmalade claim to have analysed 10 years of pass rate data from every driving test centre in the UK to reveal the ten spo…

Started by Hugh

16 3 hours ago
Reply by Spiderman

Haringey Announce £14 million to "Boost to Sustainable Transport in Haringey"

Yesterday Haringey announced £14M to boost sustainable travel in the borough. The following is their announcement. (I love the idea of the…

Started by Hugh

14 on Friday
Reply by Spiderman

Seven Simple Acts for Refugee Week

This week (17-23 June) is Refugee Week 2019. The organisers are inviting us all to do one of seven new (or revitalised!) Simple Acts, ins…

Started by HoL Site Admin

0 Jun 20

Proposed changes at Stroud Green and Harringay Library now on public view at the library (4-29 June)

Haringey Council have allocated £550,000 to enhance the internal spaces in the six smaller libraries in Haringey, as well as £500,000 to im…

Started by Liz

0 Jun 13

New Flats Approved for Wood Green Town Centre

How it is: The site today (from Google Maps) An eight-storey block of flats will be built on the site of the BHS store building on Wood Gr…

Started by HoL Site Admin

12 May 29
Reply by Charlotte

Haringey one of few Laggard London Boroughs Failing to Provide Street Tree Data

Haringey Council have left a black hole in London's street tree data On his blog about London Street Trees, Paul Wood recently pointed up…

Started by Hugh

21 May 27
Reply by Hugh

Cherry Trees Planted in Finsbury Park as Symbol of Peace and Hope

Five cherry trees were planted in Finsbury Park this month as a symbol of peace, hope and unity in light of recent terrorist attacks at a…

Started by HoL Site Admin

3 May 26
Reply by Bob Ruggles

Short Film Illustrating Effects of Air Pollution in London

Living, Breathing, London is a short film about how air impacts our health in London. Its publisher provided the following text to acco…

Started by Hugh

0 May 2

Come see the cow parsley at Railway Fields...

...or Queen Anne's Lace, as it's also known, which is growing profusely at Railway Fields at the moment. It is is attractive to a huge numb…

Started by Liz

7 Apr 26
Reply by John D

Hanami at St Ann's Hospital

Every walk is a nature walk

Started by Liz

4 Apr 20
Reply by Michael Heneghan

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