January 2011 Blog Posts (6)

'Kettle Song' by Petal The Kettle

           Kettle Song    by Petal the Kettle

There’s something I must ask you

If you could be so kind

It’s something that is weighing

Quite heavy on my mind.

It’s something that is simple

And an easy…


Added by Andie Phillips on January 21, 2011 at 16:30 — No Comments

New to Bowes & Bounds

Hi everyone,  thanks for including me on the site.  The reason I signed up to this site is that my wife and I are very keen to start up a buisiness in or around the Myddleton Rd area.  We are relatively new to the area and wanted to engage in a community forum to find out about foot traffic, council initiatives towards businesses, typical clientelle, regeneration of the street etc.  I have begun researching the LB of Haringey website and there appears to be a large amount of information…


Added by Tim Blake on January 20, 2011 at 14:11 — 4 Comments

2011 Census: 27 March 2011

Every ten years The Office for National Statistics (ONS) carries out a census to identify information about of the population overall and specific details of the size and make-up of local neighbourhoods.

This year the census will take place on 27 March 2011. ONS will be sending out questionnaires for around 25 million households to complete, asking about work,… Continue

Added by Richard McKeever on January 13, 2011 at 17:30 — No Comments

Request for Help with Video Camera Lost Content!

One of my regulars at the 128 Myddleton Road drop-in for the over 65s every other Thursday, has a problem with his video camera and I’m wondering if anyone on the site can help.

He seems to have lost a huge amount of work and film, over 100 hours, somehow and can’t retrieve from the disc. It’s a Sony Video 125 (he thinks). 

Does that make sense to anyone? Does anyone know if this data can be retrieved somehow because it was painstaking work and a great shame to lose it… Continue

Added by Ruth Cherrington on January 10, 2011 at 17:30 — No Comments

The mystery and magic of the trees of St Ann's Hospital

Last October, St Ann's hospital ran the first Tree Tour led by botanist David Bevan. This is my personal account of the tour: 

Here's a little mystery for you history detectives to solve.

In the grounds of St Ann's Hospital are a large number of planted rare and interesting trees but nobody knows who was responsible for deciding the…


Added by Liz Ixer on January 6, 2011 at 22:31 — No Comments

'De Cow is De Enemy' by Benjamina Zaccarina

                              De Cow is De Enemy by Benjamina Zaccarina

You bin brainwashed you idiot man

‘Drinka Pinta Milka Day’ is crap

An you knowit.

Don’ drink no milk is what I say

An here is reasons forit.


De cow, presented forever as de gentle creature

Is de enemy

She chop down deforests for her grazin’ land

An all de creatures who live in dem forests

Dey Die.

No mo’ home, no mo’ food, no mo’ good lovin’



Added by Andie Phillips on January 1, 2011 at 10:30 — No Comments

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