Haringey Council on social media
Keep in touch through social media
You can keep up with what's going on in Haringey, and get involved, through a number of social media sites such as Twitter, Flickr, You Tube and Facebook (see disclaimer below).
Here's what we currently have available:
Main council accounts
Haringey Council Twitter feed (external link) - The official Council Twitter feed to follow for news, events, consultations and service updates.
Haringey Council Facebook page (external link) - This is the council’s official Facebook page, where you can find information about your borough along with the latest local news, pictures and events – and share your news with others.
Haringey's Flickr photostream (external link) - Photos of Haringey, including events such as the Harringay Green Lanes Festival and Green Flag wins. We also have a My Haringey group on Flickr (external link) which you can join to share your photos.
Haringey Council on LinkedIn (external link) - Take a look at Haringey's LinkedIn page to see what makes us an ambitious and energetic employer.
Other social media accounts:
Haringey Libraries on Twitter (external link)
Updates from Haringey libraries, museums, galleries and bookshops, including news on local cultural events.
Haringey Go Green on Twitter (external link)
Tweets from the Going Green team at Haringey Council. They're dedicated to making Haringey London's greenest borough.
The Mayor of Haringey's blog (external link)
Find out about the Mayor's role.
Haringey Council's Youth Space on Twitter (external link)
Tweeting about activities, job opportunities and events for young people in Haringey.
Youth Space Facebook page (external link)
A page developed to keep you up-to-date on all the latest opportunities, jobs, projects, and information for young people in Haringey.
Youth Space on You Tube (external link)
Videos produced by and for the young people in Haringey.
Haringey Careers Facebook page (external link)
Haringey Careers provides 16-18 year old Haringey residents with the support they need to get the course, training or job they want.
Please note that Haringey Council only provides content on these websites at the addresses given above. We have no responsibility for those websites as a whole or for content and comments provided by third parties.
The decision to display comments from, befriend or follow any organisations or individuals using social media does not constitute an endorsement by Haringey Council of any kind.
These accounts are monitored during standard working hours only. If you wish to contact the council about a service-related matter we recommend you use the reporting tools and contact numbers given on this website - see our A-Z of services, contact and report a problem pages.
We will try to respond to your questions sent through Twitter and other social media channels where we can provide a quick answer, or signpost you to the correct web page / customer service team.
- Find out more about what happens when you send a report via Twitter here.
Please note: we will not respond to any abusive, offensive, malicious or politically motivated tweets or comments sent through social media, tweets or comments sent from from spam or suspected spam accounts, or use social media to engage in discussions over council policy and processes. Any such comments or tags added to our social media channels will be removed.
For specific service-related problems or to send us your feedback, please use one of the online options on our contact page.
- See our full legal disclaimer for more information
Don’t forget you can subscribe to Council news, consultations and events (including your local library events) using our RSS feeds.
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