One of only five Victorian garden suburbs remaining in London, Noel Park is home to over 11,500 people* with a diverse community made up of people from all over the world. This blog is updated regularly with news, events, photos and stories about our community.
Haringey Council Community Survey
Haringey Council are currently consulting on a draft Community Safety Strategy. In contrast to the usual approach to consultation, HAVCO (Haringey Association of Voluntary & Community organisations) is hosting the survey to give it more of a community drive so that we can access the views of everyone with a view on how to best improve the safety of Haringey’s residents. We urge you to take part in the consultation and give us your views on the suggested approach to improving community safety in the borough.
Mayor Boris Johnson – Talk policing and crime at the State of London debate
If you’re passionate about policing and crime in your area, and want to have your say on the Mayor’s annual report, we want you to join us at the State of London debate.
On Wednesday 12 June the Mayor will be taking your questions on all areas of London life, from policing to jobs, housing to transport and much more.
The event will be presented by LBC 97.3′s Nick Ferrari and will take place from 7:30-9pm in the Central Methodist Hall, Westminster (SW1H 9NH).
COMMUNITY FUN DAY
Neighbourhood Watch is playing a major part in the organising of this event so your support would be very much appreciated.
Date: Saturday 1st June
Venue: Ducketts Common, Turnpike Lane
Time: 11am – 3pm
NHW will be holding a community picnic between 12pm until 2pm and the New Tottenham Singers will be performing between 1.30 and 2pm; so bring a picnic and join in the fun. Some free snacks and soft drinks will be provided courtesy of the NHW Association.
Please spread the word and If you would like any copies of the leaflet to distribute or put on your noticeboard please contact Pauline Syddell on 020 8721 6803 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Almost forgot! Bring your Teddy Bear as there is a competition for the best dressed Teddy. Pauline’s 50 (+) year old Teddy will be coming along with her.
The following buses go directly to Ducketts Common:
29, 41, 67, 112, 123, 141, 144, 184, 217, 221, 230, 231, 232, 329, 444, 617, W4.
FREE!!! Women’s Personal Safety Training
Thur 6 June from 6 pm – 8 pm and Thur 13 June from 6pm – 8pm
Harringay United Church – j/w Alison Road
Green Lanes N8
As part of our move to improve personal safety across the Capital, Harringay and Noel Park Safer Neighborhood Teams are offering 2 free personal safety classes.
BOOK NOW – VERY LIMITED SPACES!!
Contact 07920233786, email : NoelPark.SNT@met.police.uk
PEOPLE FOR PROJECTS
We’re still short of numbers. Could you spare some time?
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