Haringey Community & Police Consultative Group

Public Meeting

Wednesday 21 September

7.30pm to 9.30pm

The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London

Tottenham, High Road, London N15 4RU

What Next? ‘Questions to the Authorities on Rebuilding the Community’

Top table speakers are:

§ Assistant Commissioner Ian McPherson, New Scotland Yard

§ The Independent Police Complaints Commission

§ Claire Kober, Leader of Haringey Council

§ Symeon Brown, Young People Empowered

§ Sharon Grant, Haringey Citizen Advice Bureau

§ Detective Chief Superintendent Sandra Looby, Haringey Borough Commander

Please note that for security reasons the Group is required to operate a strictly No Entry without prior registration arrangement, therefore it is essential for you to register your attendance before the time of the meeting. You can do this at enid.ledgister@haringeycpcg.org.uk. We would also welcome prior notice of any questions and these can be submitted via the above email address.

Click here for the Agenda, Invite Letter, Flyer and Venue Map for the Public Meeting.

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Green Lanes Food Festival / Street Party
Sunday 18th September, Green Lanes N4: 12 noon – all day [road closed to traffic]
This will be the 2nd Harringay Food Festival, following the one in 2009 that attracted 10,000 people. Its a unique and absolutely packed street event of food and community stalls, live entertainments and family fun Organised by the Green Lanes Strategy Group (including traders and residents groups). .

Info: http://www.harringayfoodfestival.com

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Lordship Rec Users Forum and Haringey Leisure Services present…
SPORTICULTURE DAY – SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24th, 1pm-5pm
In the Broadwater Farm Community Centre and its grounds, Adams Road, N17 6HE
Including sports participation programme, and the annual Tottenham horticulture (flower and produce) competition and show. For the last few years we have held a community festival in Lordship Rec. This year, due to the extensive regeneration works in the Rec – which will be completed by July 2012 – we are down-sizing the festival and holding it in the Broadwater Centre and its grounds. We will be focusing on SPORTS and HORTICULTURE.

Info: http://www.lordshiprec.org.uk

 
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