Council News Archive - September 2022
Stoptober is back, calling on smokers in England to join more than 2.5 million others who have made a quit attempt with the campaign since it launched a decade ago in 2012.
Cllr Peray Ahmet, Leader of Haringey Council, has issued a statement over the cost of living crisis and outlines the help and support that will be provided to vulnerable residents in the borough ov
Parents and carers are being offered support to improve their health and wellbeing, through Haringey Council teaming up with the charity, Humankind, to launch a campaign addressing alcohol consumpt
There’s just a month left to go before the deadline for the consultation on our draft Early Years Strategy 2022-2026 cl
Streets Fest, a one-stop-shop festival for people who are experiencing homelessness or vulnerably housed in Haringey and Islington was held today (Frid
Residents are set to see their lives transformed after Haringey won the funding for a new pioneering project that will see new technology help them to live independently in their homes.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral will take place on Monday, 19 September which has also been confirmed as a national Bank Holiday by King Charles III.
The Royal Household have announced the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Cllr Gina Adamou, Mayor of Haringey, has issued a statement expressing her sadness at the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II:
Haringey Council wishes to express its deepest sadness regarding the death of Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away at the age of 96.
A contact centre for children and families here in Haringey is all set to have a colourful, new look as the finishing touches are put on the first phase of a terrific transformation project.
The autumn COVID-19 booster campaign is under way in England, with care home residents, care home staff and housebound people getting the jab from this week.
O R Tambo Recreation Ground has been named as one of London’s favourite local parks (external link) in the UK’s Fa