A Community Network for Bowes Park and Bounds Green
I lived at this address late 1940’s ,1950’s to 1958. Went to Bounds Green Infants and Juniors. Is there anybody on here who lived in the area at that time or lives at 16 Queens Road now and has memories to share. I now live in New Zealand and have great childhood memories of the area even though times were hard. Roger
Added by Roger Haynes on April 23, 2022 at 23:30 — No Comments
We are trying to promote our Personal Assistant programme in Haringey. We have been distributing our promotional material to supermarket notice boards and few other places. However we are keen to access community noticeboards - which all seem to be securely locked. Does anyone know whether Haringey Council has an officer that manages these noticeboards? Or are there a network of local residents that hold keys for noticeboards?
I would be grateful…Continue
Added by Disability Action Haringey on February 9, 2022 at 10:00 — No Comments
Public Voice delivers a Digital Support Project in Haringey, through it's Healthwatch Haringey project and with funding from the NHS. This is an exciting opportunity for volunteers to get involved with this valuable local project focussed on tackling digital exclusion. Volunteers will support people to learn new digital skills, enabling them to access services and information across a range of areas including health and wellbeing, employment,…Continue
Added by Public Voice on January 17, 2022 at 16:11 — No Comments
Hi Bowes and Bounds
First of all happy Xmas and New Year to you all. And wishing you all a better 2022. This too shall pass…
I am sure a lot of you will remember David Rennie of Crescent Road (now living with his daughter in Southend) who created the Water Game, which he ran for many years at the Palace Gates Summer Fete and Fins Feste (plus others).
About a year ago I completed a film about David and his invention. It was uploaded on to Youtube and a website for it was…Continue
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A trio of Palmers Green authors were out on the street in Green Lanes last weekend selling signed copies of their comic novel, Work in Progress, hot off the press. Thanks to a massive crowdfunding effort by some 250 supporters, their dream of getting the book published is no longer a work…
Added by Alexander Neil Woolf on July 20, 2021 at 12:57 — No Comments
Can your small business make a BIG impact?
If you run or work for a small business, we understand that you’re pulled in all manner of directions, so we’re incredibly grateful when we hear you want to support us through your venture and donate just by doing the work you already do.
We’ve found an even easier way for your small business to donate to us, through the sales of your products and services. You can choose the amount and frequency of your donations - plus,…Continue
Added by Sarah Mallick on May 6, 2021 at 15:33 — No Comments
Hi, I'm looking to build a small eco (passive) house. The house would be approx 60sqm, so quite small. Looking for a home owner with either a very large garden, ideally with side access, or a garage you no longer use? The main build of the house would be done off-site so very minimal disruption during the build. If you want to call or email me directly; email@example.com or 07391700816. Thanks in advance!
Added by Laura Boyes on March 7, 2021 at 18:32 — No Comments
Trinity Grammar School Wood Green – calling all former pupils!
Trinity Grammar School existed on Bounds Green Road, behind the Civic Centre in Wood Green until 1962 when it relocated to White Hart Lane. This an appeal to former pupils and relatives (parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles!) who have an association with the school to get in contact, even if they have now moved out of the area. There is a newly reactivated website with lots of information (photos, memories and stories)…Continue
Added by Colin Marr on January 29, 2021 at 12:17 — No Comments
We have had a card from MA, USA (with from what I can see - letter inside) addressed to Kathy Castle of 62 Clarence Road.
Does anyone know her present whereabouts - or address so I can redirect, or pop in if it's another number in Clarence Road?
Added by Viv Fogel on December 21, 2020 at 14:27 — No Comments
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You bought x2 Lost Word Card Games from me on Sunday at my stall in Myddleton Road Market.
My card reader did not save your details so I have no way of contacting and do not know where you live to deliver the second game to you!
Could you please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org so that I can arrange to deliver your game to your address.
Get Your Game On Ltd…Continue
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Thank you to everyone who has filled in our survey on counselling services for people affected by cancer. There is still time to take part…Continue
Added by Sarah Mallick on August 20, 2020 at 11:55 — No Comments
There is a planning application -open for comments until July 17-for the establishment of a 15m monopole with 2no 300mm dishes , 3no equipment cabinets and associated ancillary works which would be placed on the corner of Bounds Green and Whittington Road-on the pavement from what I can see in the application!
Please have a look at the planning application -reference HGY/2020/1446 by going to…Continue
During the crisis, we’re constantly updating our website with useful information and resources, and continuing to offer free technical help via email, one-to-one video/phone calls, WhatsApp, Facebook, and our regular group video call get-togethers on Zoom!Continue
Added by Eric Wilton on April 18, 2020 at 18:00 — No Comments
The March newsletter from We Love Myddleton Road is now online here.
We Love Myddleton Road
Added by We Love Myddleton Road on February 29, 2020 at 20:16 — No Comments
You can read it online here!
Added by We Love Myddleton Road on February 2, 2020 at 11:07 — No Comments