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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, YouTube and Facebook (see disclaimer below).

Here's what we currently have available:

My Haringey Photo Gallery

Want to see your photo featured here? Then send us your photos.

You can view bigger versions of these, plus many more in the My Haringey Flickr group (external link).

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Volunteering in Down Lane Park by Martin Ball

Legal Advice

Haringey Council does not offer legal advice directly to residents or businesses.

You can find information on how to get legal advice from:

My Haringey Flickr Group Terms and Conditions

My Haringey Flickr group

The My Haringey campaign has been designed to encourage civic pride and to help make Haringey a better place to live, work or play in.

Photos used in the group should reflect the aims of the campaign.

By joining this group you agree to the Terms and Conditions set out on this following page.


In short the terms state that:

Legacy of Hope

Four short films to mark Holocaust Memorial Day

A series of poignant documentaries focusing on the memories of Holocaust survivors have been produced by Haringey teenagers.

Six Haringey youngsters - Reece Taylor, Michael Amartey, Funmi Abari, VyVy Nguyne, Thao Ngo and Eirini Wallace - were involved in producing the four films, which focus on interviews with Holocaust survivors Roman Halter, Martha Blend, Ruth Schneider and Moshe Galili.

Leader's Column

August - September 2018

Cllr Ejiofor

It’s been a busy couple of months, and this edition of Haringey People highlights many of the achievements of this fledgling administration.

Neighbouring Councils

Our neighbouring councils

Haringey Council shares its borders with Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Hackney, Islington and Waltham Forest Councils.

The contact details for these neighbouring local authorities are listed below.


Shopaholics beware, with its exciting range of shops Haringey could well tempt you into blowing your budget, but don't worry - there are plenty of bargains to be found too!