Read on to discover 13 great things about Tottenham. We explore some of the most exciting things about the area and give you a hint of Tottenham flavour.
We have 2 stations on the night tube! Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters.
We have the 639 Enterprise Centre supporting local 16 – 25 year olds to set up their own businesses and hire free event space.
The Bernie Grant Arts Centre who support and develop BAME arts, cinema and enterprise.
Chicken Town – a not for profit restaurant shortlisted for a Wired Social Innovator Award that aims to have a positive impact on child obesity, local employment and offers job qualifications.
We have three breweries and a fourth is rumoured to be in the pipeline. And, a cheesemakers!
T Chances – bar and venue supporting a variety of gigs and local events.
Big Bowl Noodle – family run restaurant, freshly made Chinese food and awesome customer service. Oh and don’t forget to check out their huge mural by a Bristol artist.
Euroart Studios – affordable art studios that run an annual open weekend showcasing local artists work.
Tottenham has a rich music history – some of the first UK urban music acts started out here.
Craving Coffee – a coffee shop and bar that runs weekly Tottenham Social events.
The Hub at Lordship Rec – community centre and running a mix of local events including art classes and fitness groups.
Tri-Prana – a little cafe that has opened up at the High Road end of Philip lane. They have a selection of healthy brunches, smoothies and, most importantly, coffee.
Olympic boxer Nicola Adams trained at and represented the Tottenham Community Sports Centre. The centre has been open for 43 years and was one of the first sports centres in London.
We’ll be covering many more awesome projects across the site – this is just a taster of a few of the great things about Tottenham. Feel free to add your own suggestions in our comments section below.