Community Associations

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CUFOSRegistered Charity run by volunteers. CUFOS is a Community Centre in the former Alexandra Palace Railway Station. It is used by local people and organisations for classes, meetings and many other leisure activities.
Disability Action HaringeyRegistered charity formed in 2020 with the aim of supporting disabled people in Haringey to maintain their independence and freedom. Committed to the social model of disability and to building a society that accepts and accommodates everyone.
Five Bells Computer ClubRegistered charity run by volunteers offering free help on computing matters for desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones. Meets in the Creativity Pavilion in the East Court at Alexandra Palace on Tuesdays 2PM to 4PM.
Friends of the Alexandra Palace TheatreTo enhance, and promote the use of, the Victorian theatre.
Friends of Alexandra ParkVoluntary group that promotes the use of the Park, encourages the conservation of its wildlife and protects the Park from unwanted development.
Friends Of Coldfall Wood & Muswell Hill Playing FieldsInformal group of volunteers who share a common interest in protecting and enhancing these two green spaces.
Friends Of Queens WoodLocal voluntary group dedicated to the conservation of Queen’s Wood.
Friends Of The Parkland WalkAssociation formed in 1988 and dedicated to preserving the unique character of the Walk.
The Finchley SocietyThe Finchley Society was formed in 1971 to protect, preserve and improve buildings, transport, roads and open spaces in Finchley and Friern Barnet and their environs, and to explore the history and the special features of the area.
Haringey Friends of Parks ForumNetwork for all the borough’s local Friends groups for parks, nature sites, recreation grounds, wildlife habitats, community gardens and other green open spaces.
Hornsey Historical SocietyFounded in 1971, the Society was originally formed to research, preserve and promote the history of the parish of Hornsey, and from 1983 included the area covered by the parliamentary constituency of Hornsey and Wood Green.
Hornsey Pensioners Action GroupEstablished in this area for more than twenty-five years,  supports older people in Crouch End, Highgate, Muswell Hill and Wood Green, and campaigns for the Pensioners’ Charter.
Muswell Hill Bowling ClubFormed in 1902.
Muswell Hill And District Horticultural SocietyFounded in 1913, the society provides a meeting ground, through its shows and other social functions, for all those interested in gardening at all levels.
Muswell Hill GardenersWebsite for Muswell Hill and District Gardeners set up to provide an integrated information site for people who are interested in gardens and gardening in the Muswell Hill (N10), East Finchley (N2), Highgate (N6), Crouch End (N8) and Alexandra Palace (N11, N22) areas.
Muswell Hill Photographic SocietyWe are an enthusiastic group who want to show our photographs, develop our skills and share inspiration in a  friendly social environment.
Pinkham Way AllianceCommunity campaign group set up in 2011 to oppose ongoing plans by the North London Waste Authority to build a 300,000 ton waste plant on an ecologically valuable green space at a site just south of the A406 and to the north of Muswell Hill, known as Pinkham Way.
Warner Estate Residents’ AssociationResidents’ association covering Priory Road, Park Avenue North, Redston Road, Danvers Road, Warner Road, Clovelly Road, Linzee Road, Priory Avenue, Baden Road. Set up to improve living conditions and the environment for the residents of the area covered by the Association; represent the interests of the residents of the area to appropriate bodies and/or authorities; and further the provision for leisure and recreational facilities for the residents of the area.

Last updated December 2021

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