Bowes and Bounds Connected

A Community Network for Bowes Park and Bounds Green

Richard McKeever
  • Male
  • London
  • United Kingdom
  • Bowes Park
Online Now
Share on Facebook
Share

Richard McKeever's Connections

  • tony
  • Myriam Hierons
  • Colin James
  • Geoff watts
  • Michelle
  • Kirsty Marks
  • Anne Crabtree
  • Emma Killick
  • Val Turpin
  • Dr John Cullen
  • Nina Ahmad
  • Hannah Lucas
  • SpringfieldBar&Grill
  • Toby Nation
  • Ian Coles

Richard McKeever's Discussions

Rubbish Reporting on local council websites

Started this discussion. Last reply by Martin McDonnell Mar 23. 2 Replies

Following the Community Clear Up day last weekend the area was looking great for Myddleton Road Market…Continue

Tags: website, reporting, rubbish

A new Little Free Library for Bounds Green

Started this discussion. Last reply by Leigh on Thursday. 2 Replies

The Little Free Library works on a…Continue

Tags: art, books, little free library

Have your say on Haringey Council Local Planning

Started Mar 9 0 Replies

We have often had discussions on this site about…Continue

Tags: consultation, planning, haringey

 

Richard McKeever's Page

Hello

My contact details on:

Latest Activity

Richard McKeever updated an event
Thumbnail

WALK: TRENT COUNTRY PARK AND MONKEN HADLEY COMMON TO HIGH BARNET at Meet At Bounds Green Tube at 1.15PM

March 29, 2015 from 1:15pm to 7pm
This walk is in two parts. 6 miles total. Cockfosters Station to High Barnet StationThis is a country walk, not on pavements, so please wear appropriate footwear.TRENT COUNTRY PARK: Circular walk including daffodil lawns (hopefully still in bloom), pond gardens, woodland, obelisk and cafe. Toilets near beginning of walk and at cafe stop. One and half hours plus refreshment stop (park cafe can be busy). Cockfosters Station nearby.MONKEN HADLEY COMMON: Linear walk to Monken Hadley and High…See More
Friday
Richard McKeever posted an event
Thumbnail

HERE Film Festival Premier Night at The Fox

April 15, 2015 from 7pm to 10:30pm
KATE WILLIAMSON runs Short Sighted Cinema, that helped Talkies find the new talent that will be screening their short films on this Premier Night. Four of these are films  commissioned specifically for the festival. All were filmed around the area. More information about the…See More
Friday
Leigh replied to Richard McKeever's discussion A new Little Free Library for Bounds Green
"This is lovely! "
Thursday
caron laffan replied to Richard McKeever's discussion A new Little Free Library for Bounds Green
"This is a fantastic local facility. Thank you to the family who have opened the library.  I have already borrowed a book and will return some very soon. "
Mar 23
Martin McDonnell replied to Richard McKeever's discussion Rubbish Reporting on local council websites
"This is really useful, thank you."
Mar 23
jayne harvey replied to Richard McKeever's discussion Rubbish Reporting on local council websites
"I often use the haringey "report it" website to report flytipping, they usually collect the offending items (sofas, builders waste, fridges etc) within 2 days. Yes, the enfield website is crap and their response time is crap too."
Mar 23
Richard McKeever posted a discussion

Rubbish Reporting on local council websites

Following the Community Clear Up day last weekend the area was looking great for Myddleton Road Market on Sunday – the challenge is to keep it that way.Whilst it's not possible (or reasonable) to rally a team of Clear Up volunteers regularly, some incidents of fly tipping, spillages or graffiti should be reported and dealt with quickly. So I explored the options for alerting our local councils to…See More
Mar 23
Thuranie Aruliah liked Richard McKeever's discussion A new Little Free Library for Bounds Green
Mar 23
Lindsey Clarke liked Richard McKeever's photo
Mar 23
Richard McKeever commented on Joanna Burke's event 'Community Clean-up, Bowes Park'
"Thanks to all the volunteers who helped improve our area in the clear-up day. "
Mar 22
Richard McKeever posted a photo

Community Clear-up Day Volunteers

Thanks to the volunteers who participated in the Community Clear-Up Day helping to improve the area in advance of the market.
Mar 22
daniela liked Richard McKeever's discussion A new Little Free Library for Bounds Green
Mar 21
Laura Davenport liked Richard McKeever's discussion A new Little Free Library for Bounds Green
Mar 21
Richard McKeever posted a discussion

Additional school places at Bounds Green Primary

One of our successful local primary schools, Bounds Green Infant and Junior, will be expanded to offer much needed extra  places after plans were approved by Haringey Council’s Cabinet.Following a …See More
Mar 19
Lindsey Clarke liked Richard McKeever's event Myddleton Road Market Sun 22 March
Mar 19
EyeInTheSky liked Richard McKeever's discussion A new Little Free Library for Bounds Green
Mar 15

Profile Information

What is your location?
Bowes Park
Which Road do you live in?
Melbourne Avenue

Richard McKeever's Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

Richard McKeever's Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

Richard McKeever's Blog

Remember, remember, the fifth of November. Enfield's local history associations with Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot

Posted on November 2, 2014 at 16:56 0 Comments

Remember, remember, the fifth of November, Gunpowder Treason and Plot” so goes the children’s rhyme assocated with “Guy Fawkes night” which we commemorate with fireworks and bonfires on November 5th each year.

But many things about the Gunpowder Plot have not been remembered - many…

Continue

Richard Attenborough in Palmers Green

Posted on September 4, 2014 at 22:00 0 Comments

The recent press coverage of the death of Richard Attenborough includes a couple of references to Palmers Green.

At the age…

Continue

Celebrating Volunteers week in Bowes Park and Bounds Green

Posted on June 6, 2014 at 11:26 0 Comments

Volunteers’ Week is an annual celebration of the fantastic contribution millions of volunteers make across the UK. In our area so many of the things we report on on this site have significant input from volunteers committed to improving our communities - so it's worth considering for a moment the impact that  volunteer-run organisations…

Continue

Small Story of a Big Road - Local Book Review

Posted on February 13, 2014 at 10:30 1 Comment

Small Story of a Big Road

by Chris Joseph

This illustrated short book by Chris Joseph is dedicated "For the People who live with the North Circular Road"

The short 16 page booklet features a collection of illustrations…

Continue

Comment Wall (107 comments)

You need to be a member of Bowes and Bounds Connected to add comments!

Join Bowes and Bounds Connected

At 19:56 on March 22, 2015, Deborah Holder said…

Thanks Richard for the warm welcome

At 13:11 on March 6, 2015, Cecily McNamara said…

Hi Richard,

Thanks very much. I look forward to having an explore - what a great site for a lovely part of town!

At 16:23 on March 2, 2015, elena alessia said…

Thank you Richard and thanks to the Bowes and Bounds,

Kind regards,

Elena

At 21:51 on February 16, 2015, Mark prince said…
Thanks Richard. Could use your help adding an event. I've tried the link I was sent but it just goes straight the already listed page?
At 1:28 on February 16, 2015, Sheila said…
Thank you Richard for your kind wellcome to the Bowes and Bounds community, Looking foward to meeting one and all, hope we can all meet up so we new members can put a face to a name.

Sheila
At 22:26 on February 11, 2015, Alia F said…

Many thanks for the welcome Richard! I'm new to the area so it's great to see so much community spirit.

At 20:25 on January 5, 2015, Chris Merrick said…
Hello Richard, thanks for the welcome!

Looking forward to getting involved with the community and the site!

Chris M
At 12:12 on December 29, 2014, Wendy Beauchamp-Ward said…

Hallo Richard, Thanks for your welcome in November - I've only just seen it! Couldn't even remember whether I had a password, so just started over, the reason being that I wanted to find local poets for an event at Alexandra Park Library on 21st January 5.30-7.00.

At 3:57 on November 6, 2014, Geoff watts said…

Thanks for the welcome Richard, I was born and bred in Hornsey and Wood Green, worked at barratts Sweets Mayes Road as a van boy and then as a lorry driver until I emigrated to Australia in 1969 with my parents I think bowes and bounds is a great site I still like to keep up to date with the news in the area, keep up the good work  Regards Geoff Watts

At 22:03 on October 22, 2014, Sally Hunter said…
Hi Richard, thanks for adding me. We met at AP& Beyond and it's taken me a while but I've finally made it here! Looking forward to sharing info about our lovely local area. Sally
 
 
 

© 2015   Created by Richard McKeever.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...