Welcome to the community website of Alexandra Park neighbourhood in London. Our aim is to encourage interaction, both online and in person, between local people in Alexandra Park and surrounding neighbourhoods, as well as providing a channel for local information. Use it to discuss local issues, find out about local events and post your own events, create a group, recycle items...

 

Link to left sidebar for mobiles (Events Calendar, Latest Newsletter, Recommended Tradespeople etc.)

* * * COVID-19 in Alexandra Ward * * *

If you, or someone you know locally, would like help with getting shopping, dog walking, other errands or friendly phone-calls, please email Alexandra Ward Mutual Aid and you will be put in touch with the contact for your street (you can also email them if you do not live in this ward, and they will tell you who your ward contact is).

Or if you would like to volunteer to help as set out above, you can join the Alexandra Ward volunteers by entering your details, and a member of this group will get back to you and put you in touch with the contact for your street.
          Guidelines for volunteers for safe leafleting and safe deliveries.

Haringey Council is also organising help and volunteering, see their Haringey Together webpage.

For more detailed discussions, click on the category Covid-19 to display all the posts on this website within this category.

 

Latest Activity on the site

Alex King posted photos
23 hours ago
Admin replied to Ana Remigio's forum post Zero Market N22 - October 4th
"Great to hear this Ana, and thank you for posting."
Tuesday
Ana Remigio posted a
Don't forget to visit us on Sunday, October 4th at the Myddleton Road Market, 11am-4pm.Our section will have 6 stalls this month: Zero Carbon Kids, Edible London, WeFil, Vida Natural, Luso Roots and the wonderful wild animal charity, WWF. Please…
Tuesday
YM updated their profile
Tuesday
emily grosso replied to Ellen King's forum post Local veg bag
"Hi Ellen,
What about The Maid of Muswell or Victoria Stakes?  Maybe Zebra Ceramics.   I keep thinking of Owens but they sell veg so probably wouldn't want to.
 
 "
Monday
Admin replied to Gill Brazier's forum post St James' Church Sponsor a Slate Day
"CORRECTION
*** Please note this is St. James' Church, not St. Andrew's, as announced in the APN newsletter! ***"
Monday
Dr Ingrid Wassenaar is now a member of Alexandra Park Neighbours
Monday
Annabel Gregory replied to ALEX PAPWORTH's forum post Beyond COVID-19 event
"Spoken feelingly, I guess, as a former Councillor for this ward, Juliet! Thank you for all your hard work on this.
As far as the drainage of the footbridge is concerned, I could never understand why they couldn't deal properly with that. It can't be…"
Sunday
Annabel Gregory replied to Annabel Gregory's forum post Good news for users of Alexandra Palace Station
"Thanks for this, Alex. From this link - I see that a comment on regulations passed in 2010 and 2011 specifies that
"Both sets of regulations require that all rail vehicles must be accessible by no later than 1 January 2020"  - so it is now…"
Sunday
YM updated their profile
Sunday
Susie Holden replied to Cllr Alessandra Rossetti's forum post Tree pollarding
"This is helpful to know, Alessandra. We've got what looks like subsidence in our bay window and I'm sure our insurance company will be asking for pollarding to be done, so it's good to get it out of the way."
Sunday
Admin replied to Susie Holden's forum post Spencer Tunick stages naked social distancing at Alexandra Palace, 17 September
"Oh that's so frustrating, Jackie!
 "
Sunday
ALEX PAPWORTH replied to Annabel Gregory's forum post Good news for users of Alexandra Palace Station
"I'm surprised that providing facilities for disabled people is not illegal.
But then I'm probably naive!
This is what I found when trying to research this for those who are interested:…"
Sunday
Oonagh Tarrant, Thamara L and Laura Williams joined Alexandra Park Neighbours
Saturday
Alison Miller replied to John M's forum post The Water Game Film
"Thanks for this charming video - well done"
Saturday
Stephen O’Farrell liked Annabel Gregory's forum post Good news for users of Alexandra Palace Station
Saturday
More…

Zero Market N22 - October 4th

Don't forget to visit us on Sunday, October 4th at the Myddleton Road Market, 11am-4pm.Our section will have 6 stalls this month: Zero Carbon Kids, Edible London, WeFil, Vida Natural, Luso Roots and the wonderful wild animal charity, WWF. Please note that all refills (both food and non-food) will now be provided by the wonderful ladies at WeFil!Together we will have:- household cleaning refills;- dry food refills;- many zero waste products, including gifts and greeting cards;- fruit & veg from…

Read more…
1 Reply · Reply by Admin on Tuesday

Our Streets beyond Covid - whole-ward meeting on Saturday 17th October at 3pm

Travel habits are changing. More people working from home, yet more cars on the roads; less use of public transport, more children driven to school. Could our streets be made more people-friendly - healthier, safer, quieter and more accessible for children and the infirm? Or do the disadvantages of change outweigh the benefits? Join other residents to explore the issues in Alexandra Ward at our whole-ward meeting on 17th October at 3-5pm via Zoom. Free tickets will be available via Eventbrite…

Read more…
0 Replies

Covid updates from Haringey Council

The Council has just posted some quite succinct details of the current state of the covid regulations and the recent changes, which I find a bit clearer than what's in the press. https://www.haringey.gov.uk/news-and-events/haringey-coronavirus-covid-19-updates There's also a statement from the Director of Public Health about rising hospital admissions https://www.haringey.gov.uk/news/covid-19-hospital-admissions-warns-haringeys-director-public-health Hope this is useful.

Read more…
0 Replies

Items offered/wanted for sale/free = link to posts in this Forum category

Recommended Tradespeople = link to posts which have been tagged with e.g. 'builder' or 'window cleaner'

 

Events and Activities (covid19-era-friendly!)


Wood Green Library Garden Short Story competition - deadline 3 October - for children under 14. Run by GrowN22 

 Muswell Hill Creatives Autumn Fair - 3 Oct from 10.30-5.30pm - St. James Square, Muswell Hill (opp. St James Church)

Haringey Clean Air People's Assembly - 3 Oct from 2-4pm by Zoom.

Zero Market N22 - 4 Oct from 11-4pm - Myddleton Road, Bowes N22

'Sponsor a slate' day at St. James' Church - 10 Oct - St. James' Church, Muswell Hill [not St. Andrew's, as announced in the newsletter!]

Our Streets beyond Covid meeting - 17 Oct from 3-5pm by Zoom.

 



Tales TV - online storytelling for ages 0-6years, from Chickenshed Theatre. Aired Tuesdays and Thursdays, and available thereafter.

Stories with Teddy - online storytelling, with new episodes on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on YouTube. For children 3years+

 

 


 

If you are planning to hold an online course or activity, please enter it in a forum post, and it will be added to this list.


 

Safer Neighbourhoods Team (Police) -

Read more…

Support Alexandra Park Neighbours!

The Alexandra Park Neighbours website is run by community volunteers, and we have no funds to pay for the software and other costs, apart from what we get from advertising (see box at top right).
If you can help - please consider making a donation!  You can use PayPal, or any of the other payment methods listed below.

Advertisements

Click on an advert for more info.

The prospect of going back to work on public transport – used in normal circumstances by most working people in AP, I believe – must be daunting  for many as we come out of lockdown, and not only for those who are in some respects vulnerable, or who have vulnerable relatives at home. With TfL limiting passenger numbers to 15% of the usual volume, how are all these people going to travel? And there'll be more parents joining the commuters in a couple of weeks time as…

Read more…
Comments: 14

Join our online courses and get writing!

Social distancing and self-isolation are not incompatible with writing. Shakespeare himself is rumoured to have written King Lear while quarantined.  It can be helpful to write in challenging times and to be part of a friendly group, focusing on your writing or engaging in a new creative writing course.

Collage Writing Room’s Summer 2020 programme is set to run online and our tutors are busily getting used to delivering…

Read more…

The Council is consulting on proposals to introduce pedal cycle parking sheds in our local roads.  The impact on parking is low but nevertheless there will be a loss of parking places which is unnecessary.  There are some times of day (and some days of the week) when parking is very difficult and any unnecessary loss of spaces should be challenged.  The cycle parking can be located on the kerb build-outs at junctions or where the footway is sufficiently wide that they would not cause…

Read more…
Comments: 10