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Bowes and Bounds Connected Facebook page

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We finally passed 500 likes! Thanks to everyone who follows the page, photos, stories, questions, asks, links etc always welcome. If you wanted something posted to the page, do stick it up there or…Continue

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Board games need new homes

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lindsey Berthoud Aug 7. 4 Replies

We are having a bit of a clear…Continue

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Can anyone offer a lift up to Palmers Green?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lindsey Berthoud Jul 17. 2 Replies

We're clearing out a lot of books - there are four big bags full ready for the Red Cross bookshop in Palmers Green but I definitely can't get them there on the bus! Is anyone driving up there today,…Continue

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Happy 50th anniversary, Haringey and Enfield!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Meerie Apr 16. 2 Replies

Today is the 50th anniversary of the London Boroughs and the creation of Greater London. A…Continue

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Lindsey Berthoud commented on Richard McKeever's blog post Solving the puzzle of Deadman’s Bridge
"If I could 'like' your response I would, thanks David, a good story. "
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Lindsey Berthoud liked Joanna Burke's discussion Volunteers needed to help the BPCA
Wednesday
Lindsey Berthoud replied to Pat's discussion Doorstep Scammer
"I've had something similar (although not recently) a man asking me for money on the doorstep for the cab driver who'd brought his injured daughter back from hospital, saying he lived just round the corner and the cabbie wouldn't leave…"
Wednesday
Maria Huybens commented on Lindsey Berthoud's photo
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Nightingale Gardens hollyhocks 2015

"Thanks for the lovely photo, Lindsey - I adore these hollyhocks and look forward to them springing up each year!"
Monday
Maria Huybens liked Lindsey Berthoud's photo
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Lindsey Berthoud replied to Richard McKeever's discussion The Prince Pub: An Asset of Community Value
"That's a good idea. There are examples of people on this forum asking for community spaces to use for such things, as well as meet ups. We could provide evidence that there is a community need currently not being filled - we have some really…"
Aug 21
Renato B liked Lindsey Berthoud's photo
Aug 20
Lindsey Berthoud liked Richard McKeever's photo
Aug 20
Lindsey Berthoud commented on Richard McKeever's blog post How The Rosalie Skating Rink became Palmers Green Bus Garage
"Fascinating! Thanks Richard. "
Aug 19
Lindsey Berthoud replied to Lindsey Berthoud's discussion Finsbury Arms, 65 Truro Road
"Thanks Richard, you're right, they are very similar buildings. "
Aug 17
Richard Matz replied to Lindsey Berthoud's discussion Finsbury Arms, 65 Truro Road
"Joseph Wainwright (aged 58) and his 51 year old wife, Matilda, are listed as living at The Finsbury Arms in the 1891 Census, along with their 15 year old niece, Kate Green. Instead of their  occupation being listed as 'Licenced…"
Aug 16
Lindsey Berthoud replied to Richard McKeever's discussion The Prince Pub: An Asset of Community Value
"Done. Thanks Richard M for all your work on this! "
Aug 16
Lindsey Berthoud replied to Lindsey Berthoud's discussion Board games need new homes
"Cranium is still available! "
Aug 7
Sureka Fernando replied to Lindsey Berthoud's discussion Board games need new homes
"Hi Lindsey I would love Articulate and Cranium if they're still available? Sureka x"
Aug 7
Susie Holden commented on Lindsey Berthoud's blog post Black Day at the Bosphorus Cafe - (fictional) tragedy in Shopping City
"And now I'm just about to finish Black Day at the Bosphorus Cafe and am already feeling at a loss. Matt, please write another Rex Tracey novel and soon!"
Aug 5
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We finally passed 500 likes! Thanks to everyone who follows the page, photos, stories, questions, asks, links etc always welcome. If you wanted something posted to the page, do stick it up there or message me or Richard. Find us at https://www.facebook.com/BowesandBounds…See More
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Bowes Park t-shirt

Posted on June 23, 2015 at 17:14 1 Comment

**disclaimer: I work for Londonist**

... and we have a merchandise partner who produces print to order t shirts with various Londony designs, among them place names and postcodes. So I asked them to put up a Bowes Park N22 one. And they did.

The t-shirts are a little pricey as they're print to order, and let it be known that Londonist gets a small commission on sales, but…

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Black Day at the Bosphorus Cafe - (fictional) tragedy in Shopping City

Posted on June 2, 2015 at 12:00 2 Comments



The third Haringey-set Rex Tracey novel opens with a dramatic and tragic scene as a young girl plunges in flames to her death from the balcony of Wood Green Shopping City.

Suspicious that it's not the political suicide it's made out to be by police, journalist Tracey gets on the case, digging into her family, discovering a lot about Kurdish, Turkish and Cypriot history…

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Pop up learning shop opens in Enfield Town tomorrow

Posted on April 6, 2015 at 10:00 0 Comments

EnfieldThinks is offering over 250 free courses, classes, talks and workshop out of an empty shop unit off Church Street. There are some good local history sessions coming up in May but also GCSE revision classes, vocational stuff, help on getting into further education and much more. I wrote about it for Londonist today

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Local tube history

Posted on February 1, 2015 at 11:30 1 Comment

I've spent this morning reading up on the history of the Piccadilly Line northern extension in "The Piccadilly Tube: A history of the first 100 years" by Mike Horne. There are some fascinating images included and I've scanned a few to share with you. You can watch the slideshow below or to read the captions that go with the pics have a look at…

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At 10:08 on July 29, 2013, Alex medi said…
Hi Lindsey can you please send me your number to my mobile so I can call you to discuss the Sunday market in sep thank you
At 11:29 on April 8, 2012, Nikki Salih said…

Hello Lindsey thank you for the welcome!

At 13:29 on April 5, 2012, Stephen Middleton said…

Following the Londonist...

At 10:06 on April 4, 2012, Ruth Harrison said…

Hi and thanks for the welcome! It's great to connect with people locally.

At 15:30 on March 6, 2012, Peter Berthoud said…

Hello to you too. Thanks again for showing me the magnificent George Moore's window display.

At 22:49 on January 3, 2012, Simon Freeman said…

Hi Lindsey. Nice to 'meet' you!

At 15:08 on December 23, 2011, Aimee Thames21 said…

Hi Lindsay

Yes I do work for Thames21 and thanks for the compliment!  We're just starting to do lots more work on the rivers in Enfield so I joined this website to let everyone know  what we're up to and how you can get involved.

Hopefully meet you on an event one day!

Aimee Thames21

At 17:17 on September 2, 2011, Richard McKeever said…

Hello Lindsey

Welcome to Bowes and Bounds Connected. I hope you'll find it a useful way to connect with neighbours and learn about activities happening locally.

All the small print is in our Terms of Service - do let me know if you have any questions - I'll try and answer them.

Have a look around at what’s already on the site and please do join in with the conversations - or start your own. You can upload photographs or add details of relevant local events and invite people to attend. We send out a weekly e-mail update of what's new - you can read the latest edition online. In addition there are several pages of local information in our resources section

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