Council News Archive - October 2020
In order to support the needs of the autistic community, the Council is working to reopen Waltheof Gardens with two brand-new services and internal building works in the New Year.
Help, support and recognition for people who look after their family members or friends are at the heart of a new three-year strategy for carers in Haringey.
The Charity Commission for England and Wales has approved Disability Action Haringey’s (DAH) application to become a charity.
Haringey residents will soon be able to make the most of another outstanding green, open space, after the new Hornsey Park was officially unveiled at a launch ceremony.
With Halloween and Bonfire Night fast approaching this is a reminder to all residents that Haringey remains in Tier Two of the regulations and we are determined to protect our communities and conta
Haringey Council unequivocally supports Marcus Rashford’s campaign urging the government to feed children over the holidays.
Young people in Haringey have won a national award for their influential film on knife crime.
Another four-week extension has been agreed between AXA and Haringey Council in relation to the four Oak trees in Queen’s Wood, meaning no further action will be taken until at least Friday 13 Nove
London will be placed on High Alert from 12.01am on Saturday following an increase in Covid-19 infection levels, the Government announced today.
As part of the council’s work to ensure that the names of Haringey’s monuments, buildings, places and streets reflect the values and diversity of borough, the council has launched a consultation to
Fifty voluntary and community organisations based in Haringey are receiving grants, as part of a £600,000 council project which recognises the vital work the sector does in the borough.
All Green Flags in Haringey will once again be raised this year after the borough’s 22 council-run parks and open spaces were announced as award winners today.
Members of the Haringey community are uniting to urge fellow residents to wear a mask and do the right thing to keep each other safe as the Covid-19 pandemic continues.
Cllr Adam Jogee has been appointed as the new Mayor of Haringey, taking over the role from Cllr Sheila Peacock.
The announcement last week that London is now an Area of Concern means that the capital is one step closer towards a localised lockdown.
You may have read in the latest edition of Haringey People Magazine that Hornsey Library is open to the public.
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