Sixth annual Hidden River Festival sees 5000 attendees from across London

The sixth annual Hidden River Festival took place on Saturday 15 September 2018 and saw over 5000 people attend from the Woodberry Down area and across London. The festival included over 50 stalls, saw 25 live acts across three stages, boasted 14 food and drink stalls and saw a variety of interactive workshops and actitivities. Then festival takes place from outside the Redmond Community Centre, Kayani … Continue reading Sixth annual Hidden River Festival sees 5000 attendees from across London

So Wrong It’s Nom: a chat with Annem Hobson

Name, profession: Annem Hobson, blogger, food presenter and comms professional (I wear many hats!) Favourite food: Cheese! Favourite drink: Currently: banana milkshake. Weirdest food you’ve ever tried: Lamb testicles in a curry. How long have you been in Tottenham? Seven years When did you first become interested in food blogging? I’d say 70% of the time, I’m thinking about food. I’ve been raised revolving my … Continue reading So Wrong It’s Nom: a chat with Annem Hobson

Living Under One Sun: we are all equal

Living Under One Sun (LUOS) became a registered charity in 2011. They currently have projects at three locations: a Neighbourhood Resource Centre in Northumberland Park, a community allotment, which they created from a bit of vandalised land on the Lea Valley in 2008 and a new project, Cafe Connect. They are partnered with HAIL (a charity that supports people with learning difficulties and autism) and … Continue reading Living Under One Sun: we are all equal

Crop Drop: the not-for-profit changing the way we think about fruit and vegetables

How did Crop Drop get started and what was your inspiration? Around 2009 Rachel Dring, our founder, became really conscious of the how unsustainable, unfair and unhealthy our food system is. She was already pretty obsessed with food (she’d changed her career from a community arts manager to a vegan chef) but she decided she wanted to set up a business that would make a … Continue reading Crop Drop: the not-for-profit changing the way we think about fruit and vegetables

The Tottenham Theatre: a chat with artistic director Lynda Brennan

We had a chat with Lynda Brennan, the artistic director of The Tottenham Theatre. She works alongside many local people and Lynda Jessop is executive director. Earlier this year, the Tottenham Theatre put on a show telling stories of people from the local community, Up On The High Road. This was performed at The Bernie Grant Arts Centre, The Antwerp Arms and in a pub … Continue reading The Tottenham Theatre: a chat with artistic director Lynda Brennan

Yung Club: immersive fashion fitness with Rebecca Russell-Turner

DT first met Rebecca Russell-Turner at a Yung Club pilates and yoga class, held at The Cove on Markfield Rd, during the summer. Unlike other exercise classes you are fully immersed in music reactive, colourful projections. What’s Yung Club all about? Yung Club is stepping out of the real world into a space that’s immersive. You exercise, but you’ll be transported by the immersion so … Continue reading Yung Club: immersive fashion fitness with Rebecca Russell-Turner

DT (Fashion & Beauty) // Idris Barbering Co Launch Party highlights

On Thursday 6 September, DT teamed up with Idris Barbering Co to throw a party. We handed out copies of issue 3 (Fashion & Beauty), beer by Brewheadz was flowing, hair was being cut and beards were being trimmed. Mr. Dex spun some tunes and we saw performances from Nicky Earl, Seki Lynch and Kayes Mensah. Check out some of the highlights from the night. … Continue reading DT (Fashion & Beauty) // Idris Barbering Co Launch Party highlights

Red Box Project Tottenham

We spoke to Jenalyn Rawes, one of the women managing Red Box Project in Tottenham that provides free sanitary products to young women. Can you give an overview of the project and work that you’re doing? The Red Box Project is a community led project – we are run by local communities all across the UK. We provide easy access and free sanitary products to … Continue reading Red Box Project Tottenham

Sponsored: Anthology Hale Works in Tottenham Hale

In partnership with Anthology London Anthology London are currently developing Hale Works, the final phase of award-winning Hale Village, which already includes a mixture of private and affordable homes, student accommodation and a range of non-residential uses including a gym, supermarket, community centre and church. Two minutes from Tottenham Hale underground and overground station and due to complete at the end of 2020/beginning of 2021, … Continue reading Sponsored: Anthology Hale Works in Tottenham Hale