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The Conservation Volunteers
Regular working sessions in parks and green spaces across Haringey.
Weekly community garden sessions – help wanted!
- Tuesdays 11-4pm at Wolves Lane: help bring the vast former municipal greenhouses back to life, now a home for London Grown and other ‘green’ social enterprises.
- Wednesday evenings, 5-7ish, Friends of Tottenham Green: naturalistic borders across the northern edge of the west Tottenham Green (which is where we normally meet up, and along the playground on the east Green.
Find FOTG on Facebook for regular local news sharing.
- Friday mornings, 10 to 12 ish: choose from
- Mulberry Garden, North Tottenham behind Quaker Meeting House, N17
- or Maysie Memorial Garden, corner Philip Lane & Jansons Rd/Napier Rd, on the border between N15/N17.
Wolves Lane Nursery – lots going on
Wolves Lane Nursery is the old Haringey municipal greenhouses up by New River sports centre. There is a regular Sunday vegetable market, 10am-2pm; volunteering on Tuesdays (Palm House) and on Wednesdays (very active Friends group), 11am onwards. It’s now home to a consortium of local social enterprises including Crop Drop (which is advertising tickets for a Feast there on 4 October) and London Grown veggie growers. Running the site and bringing the greenhouses back into repair is a mammoth task, so they’d love to hear from potential volunteers or enterprises interested in renting space there. www.wolveslane.org
Help Wolves Lane raise money for solar power
The Wolves Lane community food hub and palm house is starting a crowdfunder to raise money for solar power so that we can have a secure source of free, sustainable energy. This will help with the cost of heating the palm house and the cafe/meeting space. Please contribute to appeal www.spacehive.com/wolveslanepalmhouse
Friends of Bruce Grove Cloud Garden
Help secure this important site for history and nature. The green open space behind 7-9 Bruce Grove, Tottenham, is an important site for nature in the only ward in the borough that has no park or public green space. It is also behind Haringey’s only official Blue Plaque – the house of Luke Howard, the man who named the clouds.
Please show you support for securing the site for nature and public enjoyment.
Sign up here https://actionnetwork.org/forms/cloud-garden
The Conservation Volunteers
Regular events in parks and green spaces across Haringey.
Forthcoming events (to end of October)
Sunday 30th September 11am – 6pm
Tottenham Food & Drink Festival
On Tottenham Green, showcasing more than 45 Haringey food businesses, plus kids fun zone and live bands. Growing in Haringey will be there, our last plant stall this year, working with the Friends of Tottenham Green Community Zone. We’re keen to display information relating to local community gardens and food growing.
Thursday 4th October 7.30pm
How can we achieve emissions cuts in time?
The world must cut climate-damaging emissions very swiftly. Meeting with Iain Watt, Principal Climate Specialist at Forum for the Future. Followed by FoE AGM.
Organised by Muswell Hill and Hornsey Friends of the Earth.
At Friends Meeting House, 77 Church Crescent, Muswell Hill N10 3NE
Monday 15th October, 7.30pm
Hot Tips for Warm Homes
Saturday 20th October 3pm – 6pm
Apple Day Celebration
Thursday 25 October, 7-9pm
How will Haringey achieve zero carbon emissions?
Our next meeting, Thursday 25 October, 7-9pm, Haringey Civic Centre, with Councillor Kirsten Hearn (cabinet member for environment), Joe Baker (council carbon manager), and representatives of Arups who have been drawing up the route-map for carbon reduction.
Open to all.
Saturday 27th October
Haringey Seed Swap
At Wolves Lane Nursery. Free entrance – bring food to contribute to the Urban Local Sustainable Food feast, and, of course, your saved seeds to share. Start time around midday, with Feast and Seed Swap through the afternoon, then entertainment through
For more information see www.wolveslane.org/ and Growing in Haringey facebook page.