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Broomfield Blues 2018

Started Aug 9 0 Replies

This free annual event taking place in Broomfield Park's bandstand each Sunday afternoon in August is underway but its not too late to take in the final three weekend shows.It's the tried and trusted…Continue

Sunday 2nd September, noon to 7pm, one big day for your diary.

Started Mar 16 0 Replies

The 11th Palmers Green Festival will be in Broomfield Park with the music, dancing, 100+ stalls, fun fair, dog competitions, UK’s tallest climbing mobile wall, art exhibition and all the other usual,…Continue

Healthy Streets for London

Started this discussion. Last reply by karl brown Feb 10. 9 Replies

Palmers Green is close to the forefront of the Mayors intent of a more people centric, less car dominated street scene. Not without a little controversy, the Green Lanes cycle lanes to / from Enfield…Continue

St Harmonicas Blues Club

Started Sep 7, 2016 0 Replies

Make that a 9pm start pretty much every Friday (until about 11:30) rather than the 8pm mentioned in a posting. The bar will be open before 9 but not that long before 9! work on about a fiver as being…Continue

 

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May 20
karl brown posted a discussion

Sunday 2nd September, noon to 7pm, one big day for your diary.

The 11th Palmers Green Festival will be in Broomfield Park with the music, dancing, 100+ stalls, fun fair, dog competitions, UK’s tallest climbing mobile wall, art exhibition and all the other usual, but this year we’re overlaying everything with a Health and Wellbeing theme, in particular healthier communities and healthier people. So expect a good dose of democracy from a new political soapbox and food and fitness stuff to help you live longer and better. Incredibly it will again be free, but…See More
Mar 16
karl brown replied to karl brown's discussion Healthy Streets for London
"The FLDRA secretary has been through the member records, plus all meeting attendance sheets, and drew a complete blank for Hutch Woodward over the last five years. On that basis I’ll assume there is some other agenda operating and close this…"
Feb 10
David Lionel Hughes replied to karl brown's discussion Healthy Streets for London
"Amazing!  That anyone would imagining that the Green Lanes cycle lanes will be much used in the short term.  Driver 'sense of entitlement' killed off the UK's cycling culture; hopefully the cycle lanes will play their part…"
Feb 5
karl brown replied to karl brown's discussion Healthy Streets for London
"Sorry, neither knows you; perhaps surprising seeing your comments and with one having been Chair for well over a decade until relatively recently.  It does read as if there may be an agenda operating and it feels somewhat personal as well…"
Feb 5
Hutch Woodward replied to karl brown's discussion Healthy Streets for London
"I knew you would do this - quote a study as proof not even your opinion. "Because (para 1.3.4) says so" Where are those bicycles? Have not seen you or David Hughes there since a little after Cycle Enfield got through - pity i did not see…"
Feb 4
karl brown replied to karl brown's discussion Healthy Streets for London
"The Draft London Plan is now out for consultation. It’s a hugely important document for us all, as I tried to cover in a Palmers Green Community posting (Draft London Plan published,  dated 15 January 2018), encouraging all consider to…"
Feb 3
Hutch Woodward replied to karl brown's discussion Healthy Streets for London
"Or David Hughes. Andy Barker also hung up his microphone."
Jan 30
Hutch Woodward replied to karl brown's discussion Healthy Streets for London
"Why are these after photos "healthy" Karl? Not one bicycle. I don't see you at Fox Lane residents meetings anymore."
Jan 24
karl brown replied to karl brown's discussion Healthy Streets for London
"Amazing what some investment can achieve "
Jan 12
karl brown replied to karl brown's discussion Healthy Streets for London
"With work on Palmers Green Triangle all but finished it's easy to forget the before."
Jan 9
karl brown posted a discussion

Healthy Streets for London

Palmers Green is close to the forefront of the Mayors intent of a more people centric, less car dominated street scene. Not without a little controversy, the Green Lanes cycle lanes to / from Enfield Town are now within sight of completion.  The magic of camera allows a before / after view of PG town centre. Some vehemently forecast the end of the world.…See More
Jan 7

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At 16:10 on February 3, 2013, Richard McKeever said…

Hello Karl

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