Council News Archive - December 2020
Cllr Joseph Ejiofor, Leader of Haringey Council, wants to reassure residents across the borough that the council is ready to support and help our community as we cope with the difficult challenges
In line with plans to increase active travel and support a green recovery from the Covid 19 pandemic, Haringey Council has secured over £860,000 funding through Transport for London’s (TfL) Streets
Haringey Council has partnered with Haringey Giving to launch the ‘Help Bridge the Digital Divide’ campaign (external link)
Haringey Council will continue to work in partnership with our schools to ensure carers and parents of every child in receipt of Free Schools Meals (FSMs) receive two £15 vouchers over the Christma
A budget that invests in young people, supports the most vulnerable and seeks to build the local economy, is being proposed by Haringey Council – and residents and businesses are asked for their vi
In the past few days the number of people testing positive for Covid-19 in Haringey has risen by 47%.
Haringey Libraries has been awarded £40,000 from the Mayor of London’s Grow Back Greener Fund, to transform an underused area of St Ann’s Library into a regenerative growing and educational space.
2020 has been dominated by news of Covid-19 and while we must remain vigilant and cautious regarding the pandemic, we cannot forget about Brexit.
Today on the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery (external link), the council has launched its Modern Slavery Plan, to hel
The biggest Haringey tree planting programme in more than a decade is ramping up – with a maximum of 816 new trees being planted around the borough.
Testing and vaccines
Haringey case numbers
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