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Actions and Events

Sunday 30th June from 1pm until 2pm

Urgent Asks being presented to Haringey councillors

We need as many supporters on bikes, scooters, or on foot Sunday 30th June from 1pm until 2pm to let Haringey Council know urgent action is needed to transform our streets and tackle climate change. Can you join us and invite as many friends and family as  possible?
We want our children to be able to breathe clean air wherever they are in the borough. We need streets which promote healthier, safer, greener, environments for residents in Haringey.
The full list of asks (created by Haringey Living Streets and the Haringey Cycling Campaign) can be accessed here
 We will be gathering outside the entrance of Downhills Park on West Green Road (by the entrance of Park View School, and Forks and Green Cafe).
We need people to arrive at 1pm prompt so that we have as many people as possible with us as we present the asks to our Cabinet Lead for Environment and other councillors.
It will be family friendly, we’ll bring along some placards so you can add your messaging if you like, and chalk/games to keep kids entertained.
https://www.facebook.com/events/464233517696590/?ti=ia

For this item see details on last page below with full programme etc.
Tuesday 2nd July 6pm – 8pm

Community Energy in a Climate Emergency: North London Takes Action!

Hear about the latest plans from north London councils that are taking action on tackling climate change.
At Haringey Civic Centre, High Road, Wood Green, N22 8LE
www.communityenergy.london

Saturday 6th July 6.30pm – 9.30pm

North London Sustainability Network

Sustainable food and packaging event.
Millfield Theatre (just in Enfield).

Thursday 11th July 1pm

Gardeners Lunch

Meet other gardeners and share knowledge and advice about your green fingers.
at Lordship Hub

Sunday 14th  July 12 – 5pm

Wolves Lane Community Market

Wolves Lane are looking for more people to do gardening (in greenhouses and outdoors) and bits of DIY on the buildings, and will soon be organising volunteer sessions on Sundays as well as the current Tuesday session.
Contact volunteer@wolveslane.org
http://wolveslane.org/

Sunday 28th July

River Moselle Walk II

From Wood Green to the River Lea
This walk will cover the four miles from Wood Green and go through Noel Park conservation area, Lordship Recreation Ground, Tottenham Cemetery, Tottenham High Road (with its many historic buildings), cross into Tottenham Marshes and end up at Markfield Park where the historic Markfield Beam Engine (part of listed Victorian sewage works) will be in steam – not to be missed!
Approximate duration: two hours. Refreshments available at Markfield Park Cafe or bring packed lunch.
Meet: 11am Outside Wood Green Library, High Road, N22 6XD (a few minutes from Wood Green underground station).
All welcome. No need to book. Information 020 8347 7684
Organised by Haringey Friends of Parks Forum and Tottenham Civic Society

ADVANCE NOTICE

3rd-10th August

Growing in Haringey Art Show

At Lordship Hub café
Any art work that is garden/plant related is welcome.
Contact Pamela Harling for further details 07906 261 371

Community Energy in a Climate Emergency: North London takes action!

Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (BST)
Haringey Council Civic Centre

Part of London Climate Action Week
North London has a huge range of community groups already working to improve the environment of their neighbourhoods. Over the past few years, there have also been an increasing number of community energy projects coming forward providing advice to residents on improving energy efficiency, alleviating fuel poverty, and installing solar panels on community buildings. These projects have been designed, created and financed by the local community.
There is a real urgency for new projects to come forward, and Community Energy London has worked with the Mayor of London to bring forward the London Community Energy Fund, which is currently supporting over 30 projects across the capital. New London borough carbon offset funds are also emerging which are beginning to support local carbon reduction action.
 

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