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Three Local Photography Competitions

Started Apr 20 0 Replies

1. Myddleton Road Photography Competition…Continue

Tags: competition, photography

Jeff Rodin 1950 - 2016

Started this discussion. Last reply by Donald Smith Apr 19. 1 Reply

We were saddened to hear this…Continue

Tags: councillor, jeff rodin

Closure of Palmers Green Market

Started this discussion. Last reply by Donald Smith Feb 8. 3 Replies

Sadly the organisers of Palmers Green's "Market N13" have said there will be no further Sunday  markets at The Palmers Green station site.  They annonced "Customer numbers have dwindled and traders…Continue

Tags: palmers green, market

The Great Bowes Park Bake Off

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Last week Great British Bake Off…Continue

Tags: mary berry, bakery, baking, lefteris

 

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Richard McKeever replied to Zdenek Kudr's discussion Local Newspaper
"Hi Zdenek try contacting these titles online http://www.northlondon-today.co.uk  http://www.enfield-today.co.uk http://www.tottenham-today.co.uk You could use this as a chance to tell people about what you are doing - a journalist on one of…"
May 16
Richard McKeever replied to Claire Asherson Bartram's discussion Kittens
"I agree Irena,  we "rescued" our much loved family cat, Millie, from Wood Green Animal Centre several years ago  ... and she is now firmly in charge of the household!  The Wood Green Centre rehomes cats and dogs from three…"
May 3
Richard McKeever posted a discussion

Three Local Photography Competitions

1. Myddleton Road Photography Competition We Love Myddleton Road Group have organised a competition for photographs taken in Myddleton Road between 11am and 2pm on Saturday 23rd April 2016.Two categories: Photographer aged 1-15 or Photographer 16-116 with prizes for each category You may submit up…See More
Apr 20
Donald Smith replied to Richard McKeever's discussion Jeff Rodin 1950 - 2016
"Geoff was also Consultant, Tax Help for Older People Treasurer, Enfield Community Transport From the Bowes Labour blog "
Apr 19
Richard McKeever posted a discussion

Jeff Rodin 1950 - 2016

We were saddened to hear this weekend of the death of former Bowes Ward Councillor and Enfield Council leader Jeff Rodin.Jeff Rodin was born in 1950 lived in Hackney and then Harrow before studying Politics and Sociology at the University of Birmingham where he  became active in the Anti Apartheid Movement as well as organising…See More
Apr 18
Lucia liked Richard McKeever's event We Love Myddleton Road Meeting
Apr 14
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We Love Myddleton Road Meeting at Mum's Bistro

April 19, 2016 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Anyone interested in the regeneration of Myddleton Road is invited to the next meeting of our local We Love Myddleton Road  (WLMR)  group.7.30pm - 9pm on Tuesday April 19th in Mum's Bistro 143 Myddleton Road, Bowes Park, London, N22 8NG. The big topic for discussion is planning for the Summer Street Festival in June, but there's lots else besides. In case you missed it, we recently sent out an…See More
Apr 13
Richard McKeever replied to Cristina's discussion Hall hire
"Bounds Green Bowls Club is the regular venue for the Bowes and Bounds "Talkies" community cinema events. Very good venue with staffed bar, car parking and, potentially, use of the kitchen. As well as the cinema evenings (which…"
Apr 13
Richard McKeever posted a video

The Ballade of the New River Path

This gently comic short offers a glimpse into Sophie's world as she shares her fondness for her local waterway.
Apr 10
ESZ left a comment for Richard McKeever
"Thank you for the message, Richard. I moved to Wolves Lane in 2004 and I like Middleton Road. I accidentally walked into a street event there where I experienced great community spirit. Eva"
Apr 6
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Spring Flower Show and Plant Sale at MHDHS

April 9, 2016 from 3pm to 5pm
Muswell Hill and District Horticultural Society  Spring Flower Show and Plant SaleCome and be dazzled at the array of seasonal flowers and delicious baking. Chat to experienced gardeners. Tea and homemade cakes available.Venue: North Bank, Pages Lane, Muswell Hill, N10Time: 3pm.Entrance: Members free, non-members 50pMore informationMHDHS WebsiteEmail: …See More
Apr 5
Andrew McClusky replied to Richard McKeever's discussion The Prince Pub: An Asset of Community Value
"Signs of life today. Work being done.Very goof news all round!"
Apr 2
Richard Matz replied to Richard McKeever's discussion The Prince Pub: An Asset of Community Value
"That's a fantastic link, Martin! Time to raise a glass to some of the other lost pubs on our patch: Bricklayers Arms, Thomas H Farmer, 1 Edith Road, New Southgate N11 (Middlesex Public Houses in  in a 1937 Directory). R. Markell, 1…"
Mar 28
Martin Aberdeen replied to Richard McKeever's discussion The Prince Pub: An Asset of Community Value
Mar 28
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Mar 27
Richard Matz replied to Richard McKeever's discussion The Prince Pub: An Asset of Community Value
"Licenced Victualler, Clifford Charles Dixon (1871 - 1923) is listed at 1 Finsbury Road on the electoral register for 1906 and also in the 1911 Census along with his Cockney wife, Julia Alberta Dixon (née Gibson), both listed as aged 39 at…"
Mar 27

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Talkies Community Cinema: HERE Film festival

Posted on March 5, 2016 at 13:42 0 Comments

HERE FILM FESTIVAL is about the diversity of interests, people and places in the suburbs of London. HERE is not in the West End, Southbank or Shoreditch. HERE in the suburbs we aren't the swanky super-rich, the celebrity glitterati or bearded hipsters.  HERE is where the cinema creatives of London produce…

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Centenary of Bowes Park born Illustrator Robert Ayton

Posted on September 14, 2015 at 15:00 0 Comments

This year, 2015 marks the centenary of one the best known illustrators you have probably never heard of… Yet anyone growing up in the 50s, 60s or 70s is likely to recognise the images of Robert Norton Ayton even if you do not know his name.

Robert Ayton was born in Russell Road Bowes Park…

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How The Rosalie Skating Rink became Palmers Green Bus Garage

Posted on August 19, 2015 at 13:30 4 Comments

Recent news about the redevelopment of Palmers Green Bus garage has prompted questions about its fascinating history.



Constructed just over a century ago in…

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Spouters Corner - A local tradition of political free speech.

Posted on April 12, 2015 at 16:30 1 Comment

We have become used to Election Campaigns conducted via broadcast media: leader debates live on TV, party Twitter feeds and viral videos on YouTube. Very different from earlier days when politics relied much more on face-to-face discussions, public meetings and rallies; campaigning “on the stump”.…

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At 0:38 on April 6, 2016, ESZ said…

Thank you for the message, Richard. I moved to Wolves Lane in 2004 and I like Middleton Road. I accidentally walked into a street event there where I experienced great community spirit.

Eva

At 9:49 on March 27, 2016, Alistair Harley said…

I'm afraid I told a small lie when I registered for the forum. I listed my address as Arundel Gardens in N21. In fact that was my last address back in 1969, after that I stayed at Truro road. I was a regular at Fishmongers Arms and Springfield Park Tavern. I now live in a village called Crowhurst, near Battle in East Sussex. I still have strong memories of the area having worked at Express Motors and a spell as Road Sweeper.

At 12:51 on February 22, 2016, sabrina puddu said…

Hi Richard,

thanks for your message. I just moved to the area and want to learn more about it. Very exiting!

Sabrina   

At 15:52 on January 26, 2016, Sarah Webb said…

Hi Richard,

Thank you for the warm welcome. Moved to the area in July 2015 and really love it. Shall be checking out the folk club at Mums on the 4th Feb.

Many thanks

Sarah

At 10:17 on January 15, 2016, Graeme Aymer said…

Thanks Richard. We moved here last summer and are just trying to take part in the community now we're a bit more settled. 

Thanks again, 

Graeme 

At 22:05 on January 6, 2016, Bob Cassidy said…
Thanks for the welcome Richard. I've lived in the area for 16 years and have no intention of leaving!
Bob
At 18:44 on October 28, 2015, Jemima Headey said…
Thanks Richard - not living in the area yet but we hope to be soon! Have been spending many Saturday mornings in The Step in between flat viewings! We love the area, I'll be keeping an eye on this site for sure. Choir & folk club sound awesome!
At 14:04 on September 28, 2015, Renaissance said…

Thanks Richard. Please could you email us the pictures from yesterday to dhandley@renaissancemusic.co.uk.

At 12:48 on August 27, 2015, Judy Dyble said…

Thank you Richard for your welcome, it is many years since I lived in the area, but it was the are of my teenage ramblings as you will see if you look at my website www.judydyble.com

I am currently in the middle of writing my biography and this area does feature in it!! I may have to ask people questons on here about it when my memory fails me :-)

At 17:40 on August 24, 2015, Ali Barwani said…
Thank you for adding me. I will enjoy exploring your site.
 
 
 

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