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The Friends of Wolves Lane Centre are looking for people with the skills needed to set up and run a workshop needed keep the unique horticultural Centre in working order, now that it is no longer looked after by Haringey Council.

Wolves Lane Centre needs you!


Would you be able to help look after the buildings and equipment at the Wolves Lane Centre?

Please help us to preserve this local asset.

If you would like to get involved...

Come to Wolves Lane Centre

Tuesday 5th September at 11 a.m.

Or contact Roger Skipper at  
or on 07771 995696.

All welcome!

Since 1 April 2017 the Wolves Lane Centre has been managed by a consortium of partners led by OrganicLea, with day-to-day running administered by London Grown. London Grown are endeavouring to establish an on-site workshop at the Wolves Lane Centre that would be used in the short term primarily as a base of operations for the repair, maintenance and upkeep of the buildings and equipment at the centre, in particular the Palm House, and are looking for volunteers to help in setting up and running this workshop.

If you would like to get involved, come to a meeting at the Wolves Lane Centre on Tuesday 5th September at 11 a.m. Or please contact Roger Skipper at   or on 07771 995696.

It would be especially useful if you have experience in any of the following areas: plumbing, roofing, painting & decorating, electrical systems, fire alarm systems, heating and ventilation systems, facilities management, CAD software, IT infrastructure, admin, spreadsheets, CCTV systems, glasshouse maintenance, irrigation systems, aquarium systems, landscape gardening, bricklaying, paving, fencing, cleaning, carpentry, woodworking, metalworking, locksmithing, tree surgery, blagging stuff or anything else that might help to maintain the centre. But all welcome!!

If you know someone who is retired and has expertise or knowledge in any of the areas listed above, please let them know!

More information on the Friends of Wolves Lane Centre website

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