Tottenham has a rich history, a strong community, north London’s best transport links, a successful premier league club and a burgeoning business community. Yet Tottenham has the potential to be even better.

Ambitious regeneration plans are already underway, with schemes tackling local people's priorities of more job opportunities, better housing and improved transport links. 

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Spurs announce residents’ ticket scheme
Spurs announce residents’ ticket scheme

Tottenham Hotspur are offering 2,500 season tickets and 2,500 matchday tickets for Haringey residents to buy, as part of the planning permission for their new stadium.

Grand Opening Day at Priscilla Wakefield House
Grand Opening Day at Priscilla Wakefield House

Priscilla Wakefield proudly invites you to their Grand Opening Day on the 14 February 2018 at 2:30pm. Join them to celebrate the opening of the new Dickens Café, multi-function room and five new bedrooms.

Haringey Local History Fair
Haringey Local History Fair

Haringey Local History Fair will take place Saturday 17 February at Bruce Castle Museum and Haringey Archive. You can visit the Archive Search Room and talk to Archive Staff, enjoy the all-day talks programme or browse stalls from local organisations showcasing the area's heritage and culture. All are welcome.

Upcoming Events
Feb - Jul2018Mums' Tea & Coffee Mornings

A discussion and support group for mums of young children in Haringey.The second Wednesday of the month at Marcus Garvey Library. and the fourth Wednesday of the month at Broadwater Children's Centre, 10.30am - 12.30pm.

Feb - Jul2018Haringey Thinking Space - Tuesday Group

Haringey Thinking Space offers weekly meetings for the local community to raise issues and find support.

16Feb2018Jacksons Grow

Jacksons Lane has gained funding from the people's postcode lottery in order to help improve the environment within the local community.We will be looking to recruit volunteers over the age of 18 at our launch event. If you are passionate about garde...