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Local Election Results 2018

Results from the Haringey Local Elections will be announced here.

 

 

Victoria Cross recipients

Lt Alfred Herring, Royal Army Service Corps

Born: 26 October 1888 - Tottenham, Grove ward
Died: 10 August 1966 - Weybridge, Surrey

Attended Bruce Grove School, lived on The Avenue (Bruce Grove)

Action: Montagne Bridge, France, 23/24 March 1918

Public Notices - February 2018

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LGBT History Month Founder: There’s more to be done

As LGBT History Month draws to a close, we share some words from its founder, Sue Sanders, who visited Haringey to talk about our borough’s proud history on equality.

Art at the heart of the LGBT+ community

Wise Thoughts, based in Wood Green Library, is an LGBT+ and BAME arts charity that provides a safe and welcoming space for the community.

The charity holds drop-in sessions and puts on activities such as dance and yoga that aim to help more isolated LGBT+ residents feel more engaged with the wider community, and they host London’s GFEST event every November, where more than 1,000 LGBT+ artists’ work is showcased.

Missing and incorrect addresses

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The addresses we use as a council are drawn from the Local Land and Property Gazetteer.  An address in the gazetteer is the official address for a property - this may be different to what is commonly used.

Woodside students work their magic for LGBT History Month

Award-winning youngsters from Woodside High School are leading the way on equality in Haringey.

Haringey Police: Tackling LGBT+ hate crime

Metropolitan PoliceThis LGBT History month we’re talking to some of the brilliant people from the community who are making a positive difference in our borough. There are some amazing people in Haringey and its diversity and inclusivity is something to be celebrated.