Friday 16th December, 7pm

The event is organised by the Muswell Hill Brewers and the carols are led by the Muswell Hill Methodist Church. There will also be a brass band, and food and drink on offer

Everybody is invited.

Saturday 12th November and Saturday 3rd December, 1pm

Lunchtime Concerts at St Andrew’s Church on Alexandra Park Road.

Saturday 12 November, 1pm – organ music
Saturday 3 December, 1pm – piano and voice

Admission is by donation.

House tours: 1-2 October and 8-9 October

The 9th Annual Green Open Homes tours, organised by Muswell Hill Sustainability Group are taking place on 1st/2nd October and 8th/9th October. There are online tours available too, on Thursday 6th October, and other talks and events throughout the rest of the month.

Muswell Hill Sustainability Group invites you to gain inspiration for your home. You can add comfort, cut carbon and reduce energy bills with up-to-date insulation, draughtproofing, heating and renewable energy. They can also advise on trustworthy local builders and installers.

At the event you will have the opportunity to learn more about local and sustainable businesses, eco-friendly products and services.

Please visit for the full schedule and to book your place at any of the events.

The Muswell Hill & Fortis Green Association Community Fund is back, this time with an increased grant of £750 to support local organisations that make a real positive impact on our area and the people who live here.

Last year, we were delighted to be able to support projects by the Friends of the Highgate Roman Kiln, Muswell Hill Rhythmic Gymnastics, and Sense of Locality.

We accept applications from local voluntary, community or recreational groups, registered or not, longstanding or recently established for a one-off event or purpose.

If in doubt, apply!

Click HERE for more information.

Click HERE to apply.

The current application round closes on 31st October 2022.


It came to our attention that the owner of 71 Muswell Hill Broadway planned to remove the historic Langton clock which has been attached to this address since 1899.

From our swift actions the owner is now aware that he would need to be granted planning permission to remove it. The clock is located in a Conservation Area.

The Langton clock is a well-known and much-loved landmark that the Association has been associated with for many years and which we want to preserve in its current position for the benefit of the community.