In this issue:

Bruce Castle: discovering Haringey’s history.
Honouring Oliver Tambo, South African anti-apartheid politician and Muswell Hill resident.
Members’ Profile: Hazel & David Orme. “We have two guiding principles: never throw anything away and keep everything!”
Queen’s Avenue: a plan of action against the litter?
Members’ Meeting: the story of ‘The Winklebag Printer of Pages Lane’ – and a quiz.
MHFGA Website: visitors and creepy crawlers
Parkland Walk: an artist’s view.
Members’ Letters: supporting local shops.
Queen’s Wood: opposing Haringey’s flood management scheme.
From Our Archive: preserving the Edwardian heritage of Muswell Hill.

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In this issue:

The Art of Printmaking: from Michelangelo to Rembrandt to Picasso.
The Greenground Map: joining the dots between London’s parks and nature spots.
Member Profile: Linda Alliston. Protecting playing fields.
Planning Matters: Whitehall Lodge, Pages Lane
Short Story Competition: the runners-up. John Reid’s Alien-nation and Martyn Burstyn’s 1944-2010.
Connected Communities: helping local groups and organisations.
Parkland Walk: a chewing-gum art trail.
Pinkham Way: the North London Waste Plan saga continues.
From our Archive: new historical video gallery on the MHFGA website.
Friends of Queen’s Wood: preserving the ancient woodland.

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In this issue:

Muswell Hill Library: successful campaign to save and upgrade the building.
Muswell Hill birthday: 110 years old!
Member Profile: Maurice Collins OBE. Compositor, charity activist and collector.
Members’ Letters: double yellow lines; proposed Woodlands Conservation Area.
Short Story Competition: John Crompton winning entry.
Haringey Parks and Green Space Strategy: preview of the Tree and Woodland Plan 2021-31.
Litter in Avenue Mews
Planning: Cranwood House Planning Application. Concerns and objections.
From our Archive: Muswell Hill in the 70s.

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In this issue:

Members’ Short Story Competition: prizes for the best 500 words.
Muswell Hill 1906: one of the most salubrious heights.
Member Profile: Peter Webb. Teaching, writing and erotic arts.
Queen’s Wood: stay of execution for the ancient oak trees.
Members’ Letters: expanding street eating; noisy delivery scooters.
Muswell Hill in World War II
Artist Walk: a community event for artists and creatives in North London
Muswell Hill Ward Safer Neighbourhood Panel: preventing crime.
Planning: Risborough Close applications.
From our Archive: the campaign for plaques.

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IN THIS ISSUE

  • Dukes Avenue Railway Bridge: to be demolished?
  • Member Profile: Sally Stevens.
  • Queen’s Wood Oak Trees: threat to fell four mature trees for insurance purposes.
  • Life during Lockdown: how our members have discovered new occupations.
  • July/August Quiz Answers
  • Begging in Muswell Hill
  • Local Photography Projects in Lockdown
  • Rubbish in Queen’s Avenue
  • The Construction of the Bishop’s View Court Retirement Housing
  • From our Archive: WJ Collins and Muswell Hill architecture
  • Transport News: street widening to facilitate social distancing; electric charging point reinstated.

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