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Do you know young Archie Hall?

Started Jul 18 0 Replies

Someone has left young, blond Archie Hall's Year Book from Bounds Green School Nursery at Ayta Supermarket in Myddleton Road.  They would love to give it back to the owners, so pop in and do some…Continue

Egret on the New River

Started Jul 11 0 Replies

Nature along the New River has been just beautiful this year.  The two goslings are nearly as large as their parents now, and the four punk-headed baby coots are growing bigger and have learnt to…Continue

Food for the Gods?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Caroline Simpson Jun 18. 1 Reply

At about 7.45 on Saturday I was walking along the New River Path from Palmers Green.  I went…Continue

The swifts are back again!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stuart Harrington May 14. 1 Reply

Hurrah!  I first heard the screech of what I thought was swifts, and then a few moments later I saw two swooping and diving above the end of Myddleton at the Whittington corner.  They are 20 days…Continue

 

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Caroline Simpson replied to Daniel Cowan's discussion Bowes Quieter Neighbourhood Scheme
"I am sorry... but there is no way that I would support the removal of the No Right Turn out of Whittington.  Just because Enfield has done something unplanned and stupid does not mean that Haringey should return to a scheme which was both fume…"
Thursday
Caroline Simpson posted a discussion

Do you know young Archie Hall?

Someone has left young, blond Archie Hall's Year Book from Bounds Green School Nursery at Ayta Supermarket in Myddleton Road.  They would love to give it back to the owners, so pop in and do some more shopping and collect this delightful record of his last year.See More
Jul 18
Caroline Simpson posted a discussion

Egret on the New River

Nature along the New River has been just beautiful this year.  The two goslings are nearly as large as their parents now, and the four punk-headed baby coots are growing bigger and have learnt to feed themselves.  The two cormorant chicks are also no longer chicks, but young adults. The smart grey heron has been a regular visitor and sadly had neglected baby ducklings for an early supper one evening.  And a lone yellow wagtail bobs along the top of the bank on the Palmers Green stretch.…See More
Jul 11
Caroline Simpson commented on Cathy Herman's blog post Installation of 15m telecom monopole pluscabinets and dishes at end of Whittingtion Road
"I live just a few doors down from this corner, do not have a car, and walk round this corner and use the crossing hundreds of times a week.  I have submitted my objection on the Council website.  Here it is: I am writing to object in…"
Jul 4
Caroline Simpson posted photos
Jun 19
Caroline Simpson replied to Caroline Simpson's discussion Food for the Gods?
"Just a quickie... I gather from someone who knows about Hindu customs and religion that it would have been an offering to the water.  Water has healing and cleansing powers, and it was to the water of the New River and not to any particular New…"
Jun 18
A discussion started by Caroline Simpson was featured

Food for the Gods?

At about 7.45 on Saturday I was walking along the New River Path from Palmers Green.  I went over the North Circular, and then through the Green Space at the end of Russell Road.  A few yards along the next stretch of Path there was a large Indian meal for 2 laid out very neatly on an open sheet of newspaper in some Hindi language that was a few inches from the edge of the river.  Along with…See More
Jun 18
Caroline Simpson posted a discussion

Food for the Gods?

At about 7.45 on Saturday I was walking along the New River Path from Palmers Green.  I went over the North Circular, and then through the Green Space at the end of Russell Road.  A few yards along the next stretch of Path there was a large Indian meal for 2 laid out very neatly on an open sheet of newspaper in some Hindi language that was a few inches from the edge of the river.  Along with…See More
Jun 7
Stuart Harrington replied to Caroline Simpson's discussion The swifts are back again!
"Please take the time to report any nesting swifts to the RSPB's swift mapper service here: https://www.rspb.org.uk/our-work/conservation/conservation-and-sustainability/safeguarding-species/swiftmapper/ There's also some info…"
May 14
Salli Booth liked Caroline Simpson's discussion The swifts are back again!
May 8
Caroline Simpson posted a discussion

The swifts are back again!

Hurrah!  I first heard the screech of what I thought was swifts, and then a few moments later I saw two swooping and diving above the end of Myddleton at the Whittington corner.  They are 20 days earlier than last year - probably because the weather was so warm in April.  I hope they are joined by others - there used to be dozens every year and their numbers have dwindled.  Welcome back, Bowes Park Swifts, I hope you have a lovely and productive summer.See More
May 4
Caroline Simpson posted a discussion

Spring in Bowes Park

Last year the New River Path was just mud and gravel, this year it has lovely yellow flowers growing close to the river - over the tops of the metal piles.  And on the far bank there are lots of primroses as usual. Trees are in blossom - here is one in Whittington Road - but do look at the magnolia in Bounds Green Road.Thank you to Helen who looks after the planters at the end of Myddleton Road - and thank you also to everyone for not picking the daffs this year.…See More
Mar 11
Caroline Simpson replied to Suellen edgar's discussion Borrow a water hose for a week?
"Depends on how long you need it to be... but I have one on a wheel that you could borrow, and it is long enough for my garden.  Top end of Whittington Rd."
Mar 11
Caroline Simpson replied to Bernadette Osman's discussion REINSTATE RIGHT TURN ON THE TOP OF BOUNDS GREEN WHITTINGTON ROAD "JUNCTION
"Dear Bernadette, While I do not want this to turn into some sort of on-line argument, I do feel that it is important to say that it was NOT my brainchild, or of other individuals on Whittington, that cars no longer turn right out of Whittington - it…"
Jan 5
Hutch Woodward liked Caroline Simpson's discussion New Year birds in Bowes Park
Jan 5
Salli Booth liked Caroline Simpson's discussion New Year birds in Bowes Park
Jan 3

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Good News Flowers

Posted on March 22, 2017 at 13:36 0 Comments

10 years ago I wrote a short piece for some friends about daffodils and Bounds Green. I was deleting a load of old files and found it.  As it is daffodil time again, and there are even more people here escaping wars 'back home' , I am 'sharing' it wider. 

"Yesterday something happened that sort of woke me up a bit.  So I thought I would tell you about…

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At 14:16 on May 25, 2016, Emma H said…

Hi Caroline

i was at the BPCA meeting last night and amongst other issues I was looking for some advice/support re: planning application for large redevelopment in Sidney Rd also wanted to know when the Safer Neighbourhood meeting was..can you help? I've emailed Clare Bull  re: the planning issue but no reply - do you have contact with her? Emma

At 10:22 on July 26, 2011, Richard McKeever said…

Hello Caroline ... welcome back! This is the standard welcome message:


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