The Creating Healthy Streets Group convened this public meeting where local residents and groups from across St Ann’s ward (Haringey) came to discuss the changes we would like to see in local streets.
Great ideas and tactics were generated to create greener, safer, less polluted streets in our community. This organisation is determined to become truly representative of local residents. More detail will be shared on these developments and new members are welcome.
Do you want less air pollution outside schools?
Do you want safe, accessible and pleasant walking and cycling routes for all?
Do you want less speeding and traffic on our roads?
Do you think there is more we can do to improve our green spaces across the ward?
Would you like to see less anti-social behaviour on our streets?
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ITC0010: Grace No Hands @ the Green Chestnuts Eco Festival 2019
Grace is the highly revered resident massage specialist @BridgeRenewal Trust. At the recent Green Chestnuts Eco Urban Life Festival 2019 Grace and Astehmari reasoned deeply on matters of inner flow recycling, we easily found the point were massage meets dance, what a joy !
Moracle Foundation and The Bridge Renewal Trust have were awarded a contract to be Haringey Council’s Strategic Partner for the Voluntary and Community Sector.
In its role as Haringey Council’s official ‘Strategic Partner’, Moracle Foundation and The Bridge Renewal Trust have been working closely together, to ensure the local voluntary sector is stronger, and able to attract more external funding. Here at Moracle Foundation, we’re better placed to use our grass roots expertise to provide quality services that will meet the needs of all the residents of Haringey
Enjoy this special podcast as Morlai Kargbo, FCCA the Managing Director and Founder of Moracle Foundation speaks on:
The Reggae Exhibition was established in June 2012 in conjunction with the Jamaican Expo (London 2012) in Stratford, East London. It was established to celebrate Reggae music in general and the enormous influence Reggae music has had on other musical genres in particular. Importantly, the Exhibition will explore the very Roots of Reggae music and how it developed into the most popular musical genre.
The Exhibition featured a compilation of the history, advent and world-wide growth of Reggae. All the major influences and traditions leading to the development of other genres that evolved from Reggae were presented with previously unpublished photos, pictures, leaflets, flyers and sketches being exhibited.
There were workshops, special guest, drummers and dancers.
In this podcast hear from two visitors to the exhibition who share, in reasoning, their deep thoughts on the nature of reggae in the context of this wonderful celebration (http://reggaeexhibition.com)
uLearn Naturally Radio joined our friends at the Chestnuts Community Centre for the very wonderful annual Tottenham Community Choir Winter Concert. The event took place on December 3, 2017 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm. There were several supporting performances and presentations including a crowd wooing presentation by Astehmari Batekun on Binary Drumming (STEM +the Arts – STEAM Learning).
[the sound quality of this podcast is affected by the pa system used on the day, thank you for your understanding. Enjoy.]
Haringey Community Expo 2017 – 24 November 2017
Over 600 people attended the 2017 annual Haringey Community Expo which took place on 24 November 2017 at Tottenham Town Hall. The event was a celebration of the outstanding achievements of Haringey’s Voluntary and Community Sector, and a chance for groups to promote their services and showcase their work.
Over 40 organisations exhibited their work in the main Hall, letting the public know about the activities they could get involved with and signing up volunteers. The event also featured performances and exhibitions, as well a workshop from London Sport on setting up a physical activity project.
Central to the day were two discussion panels featuring local experts and decision makers, the first covering the topic of Community Safety and Knife Crime and the second on Local Giving in Haringey. Members of the public and representatives from local organisations were able to hear panellists’ perspectives on these pertinent topics, as well as ask questions and make suggestions. This contributed to two highly engaging and productive sessions with valuable contributions from participants.
Councillor Eugene Ayisi, Haringey Council Cabinet Member for Communities said: “The Expo was a fantastic opportunity to recognise the incredible work going on in Haringey and the people who are making such a difference to the lives of those living in the borough.”