This section of the website is for advertising events or information that is of general interest to people in the Stroud Green, Crouch End and Hornsey
Living with Alzheimer’s
If you have dementia, or are caring for someone with dementia, come along to the Dementia café. A place for people with dementia and their carers to share information and experiences, or to simply have a cup of tea and a chat. Location: Abyssinia Court (in the lounge) Day/Time: Every Wednesday from 2pm-4pm Tel: 020 8347 2221. More details can be found here.
Free Support for older people living in Haringey
The Metropolitan Home Sweet Home service can provide a wide range of support to people who are struggling to stay in their homes for a number of reasons, including limited mobility, isolation from the community or financial problems. It provides all sorts of practical support to vulnerable people. This new service is free to anyone aged over 60 who rents or owns their own home. Please contact Peter Leach, Support Manager on 0203 535 4760/07760 755 949.
Holy Trinity Food Bank
The team of volunteers at Holy Trinity, Granville Road, supplies clients with breakfast cereal, Biscuits, cooking oil, tea/coffee, sugar and long life milk to last 3 days. For main meals they receive pasta/rice/and tins of all kinds of vegetables, meat and fish, fruit and rice pudding/custard and also, if possible, jams, honey, chocolate and other treats. If you are able to give any of these items, PLEASE place your donations in the box at the back of St Peter’s church.
A playgroup for pre-school children and babies with their parents/ carers every Monday during school term time in Holy Trinity Church Hall, Stapleton Hall Road (next to St. Aidan’s School) 10.00 am to 12.00 pm. £1.50 per child includes refreshments.
Thursday Get Togethers
Come and meet your neighbours for a friendly chat at Holy Trinity Church Hall, Stapleton Hall Road every Thursday from 11am – 1:30pm – light lunch provided.
‘Coffee and Co‘ is a free coffee morning for carers that takes place every Thursday from 10am – 12:30pm at Abide Church Hall, 145 Park Road, N8 8JD.
Haringey Borough Police is the latest Metropolitan Police borough to launch an innovative community messaging service to provide the public with news and information from their local police.
Called Neighbourhood Link, it is a free service that enables local residents, businesses and those who work in the borough to regularly receive information from the police.
Those signing up to Neighbourhood Link will receive emails and text messages about crime and safety in the areas they sign up to.
Through Neighbourhood Link, Safer Neighbourhoods teams will keep recipients updated with local police activity, crime prevention advice and what they are doing to address community concerns and make Haringey borough one of the safest in London.
Haringey Police Borough Commander, Sandra Looby said:
“I’m delighted to launch Neighbourhood Link in Haringey borough”
“Feedback from other boroughs using Neighbourhood Link has been extremely positive and I would encourage anyone living in, working in or visiting Haringey Borough to sign up to Neighbourhood Link and receive information about local police activity and what we are doing to address community concerns at a local level.”
Neighbourhood Link will also be used by other Metropolitan Police Service units to keep recipients informed in the event of a major incident impacting on London.
In order to receive messages, individuals will need to register their details. Registering is free of charge and will enable the police to send messages relevant to the areas where they live and work.
To register please visit www.neighbourhoodlink.met.police.uk.