Do you enjoy making new friends and being creative – join us to help design a brilliant St George’s Avenue street party in 2018?
There is now an even greater need for community spirit so please do think about whether you can get involved.
Any marshalling volunteers for Play Street (first Sunday of every month) would also be most appreciated.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org now to register your interest and we will
keep you up to date with all developments.
remember this Sunday we are hosting a Summer Tea Party – come and join in the fun!
St George’s Avenue (between Huddleston Rd and Dalmeny Rd) will be closed from 9 am till 6:30 pm and all help is welcome with preparations: we are putting up bunting on Saturday from 11 am and setting up the tables and props on Sunday from 10 am. Please join us outside No. 72 if you can help!
Schedule for the party Sunday 1-5 pm
2.30pm: Fun dog show
3.00pm: Cake judging – ADULT AND CHILDREN
3.30pm: Samba dancing
4.00pm: Traditional street games
4.30pm: Raffle and best hat judging
We have excellent ruffle prizes donated by local businesses – remember to bring some cash so you don’t miss out! Please bring food and drink for the communal table and remember to bake a cake to enter the competition.
We look forward to seeing many of you on the day
St. George’s Church
Tufnell Park N7 0ND
Tuesdays, 10-11 a.m.
5-week session starting on Tuesday, 8th September
8, 15, 22, 29 Sept and 6 October
£7 per class (paid on the day)
£30 per 5 wk session (paid in advance)
Concessions for unemployed
Gentle yet powerful exercise system
All ages and abilities welcome
T’ai chi warm-ups, 5-element postures
Lam-Style Small Circle Form
Teachers Howard Richmond and Robin Rubenstein are long-standing residents of Tufnell Park and senior teachers of Lam Style T’ai Chi and Chi Kung, certified by the Lam Association.
Please come and join your neighbours
Outside No 16 St. George’s Avenue as usual. Please bring drinks and nibbles as usual
Start time: 6pm
There’s a new Tai Chi class running at St. George’s Church from 10-11 am on Tuesdays. The class is run by Howard and Robin who live in St.George’s Avenus and have been doing Tai Chi for 30 years. Fess apply and there are special rates for concessions.
The Dragoncraft event, about St. George and The Dragon is a fun, free family event for children aged 5-11 or thereabouts. Children must be accompanied by an adult. There will be storytelling, lots of arts and crafts, such as make a shield, tiara or dragon puppet and games. There will also be a bake a DRAGON Cake competition with sections for children and adults and prizes for both. So if you fancy creating an amazing dragon cake and becoming the Great St. George Bake off winner - now’s your chance.
This event is being funded by money given to St.George and All Saints, raised from the raffle at the St.George’s Avenue Street party last summer – so it’s an event about St. George raised by St.George’s Avenue for St.George’s Church
Calling all Quizzers, do you want to be part of an attempt to break the record for the UK’s biggest Quiz?
Then come along to the MAMMOTH Quiz, in aid of Macmillan Cancer Relief on Friday February 27th at St. George and All Saints Church, Crayford Road, Tufnell Park, N7 0ND
All across the country the same quiz will be starting at the same time, in order to break the record for the UK’s biggest quiz and to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Relief.
Doors open: 7pm, Quiz starts: 7.45pm,(approx finish time 10.30pm): Tickets £2 a head on the door. There will be a bar, raffle and nibbles available, and a cup for the winning team.
Most of us know someone who has been touched by cancer, so why not help them out ? Bring a team , a friend or your lovely self – the more the merrier !
All profits to go to Macmillan Cancer Relief
Tufnell Park Tavern
Inequality bad for Londoners
Both Rich and Poor
Did you know that London is the most unequal area of the UK and has one of the highest concentrations of extremely rich people in the world?
the advers effects of wealth and income inequality have been very much in the news recently and will get even more attention as the 2015 general election approaches. They are raising concerns across the political spectrum.
On Wednesday 10th December My Fair London, a non-political group providing information and campaigning about inequality in the capital, is hosting a local public meeting.
The speaker will be Sean Baine, Chair of the Equality Trust. In addition to the facts about the situation in London, he will describe the serious ill effects of inequality on all of us, rich or poor, such as health problems, lower social trust, increased crime and depressed demand in the economy. He will also describe the huge social, economic and political benefits of greater equality and put forward ideas for achieving it.
The meeting will be in the coffee bar at the Tavern. All are welcome to attend and join the debate.
For more information, please contact Kathleen Greaves at email@example.com
Sale held along Tufnell Park Road last September is joining forces with its
inspiration, the five-year-old Tufnell Park Yard Sale Bonanza, for a massive
jumble sale extravaganza on the 28th September 2014.
Where: in front gardens, on front paths, forecourts and front steps in Tufnell
Who: Local residents (to sell); anyone (to buy)
Why: i) to get rid of clutter. Easily.
ii) to make some money (some people donate all or part of proceeds to their
iii) to get to know your neighbours (or catch up with them)!
To join you need to register (it’s free) with Jumble Trail http://jumbletrail.com/event/YardSale, which
will plot your address on a map, so that everyone knows you are taking part. If
you like you can also describe the kind of things you’re planning to sell and
There is also a website http://tufnell-park.wix.com/yard-sale-bonanza
with more information and a poster to print out and display in your front
If you live in Tufnell Park, do sign up and let your neighbours know about it
too: the more people joining in near you, the bigger the cluster on the map and
the bigger the draw for people to come to your street. And of course, tell your
friends, family and colleagues who don’t live in Tufnell Park to come along to
buy as well!
As is customary there will be a small party on April 23rd outside No 16. Please bring food/drink contributions and look forward to seeing you there!