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A Day of Action is being coordinated by Thames21 and CleanupUK to clean up the footpath beside the New River. Residents are coming together at 5 locations to spruce up these well used and well loved paths beside this seventeenth century aqueduct.

Volunteers are invited to join Thames21 and CleanupUK at one of the sites in Hackney, Haringey or Enfield.

Meet at 10am at any of these locations:

  • Turkey Street: between Bulls Cross and St Ignatius College, Enfield, EN1 contact: Sarah 07469 660 842
  • Highfield Road, Winchmore Hill, N21 contact: Emma 07738 983 334
  • Hampden Road, near Wightman Road mosque, Haringey, N8 contact: Liz 07941 990 653 or Michael 07587 165 011
  • Off Green Lanes, near to Rowley Gardens, Woodberry Down, N4 contact: Carolina 07548 896 030
  • Woodberry Wetlands, 1 Newnton Close, Woodberry Down, N4 contact: Francisco 07834 867 419

The Manor House Development Trust will provide lunch for 30 volunteers at 2pm.    The Trust uses surplus food donated by local shops and the meal is cooked by volunteers from the local community.

Lunch will be at the newly open Woodberry Wetlands Centre, which is run by the London Wildlife Trust. The Trust uses surplus food donated by local shops and the meal is cooked by volunteers from the local community.

Details available at:

For more info contact:
Sarah: 07469 660 842 
Emma: 07738 983 334 

If you would like to be added to the e-mail list for this project please do message me your e-mail address: 

Sarah Hayes
Senior Project Coordinator

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Sarah Hayes posted a reply #2142 27 May 2016 20:30
Hope to see some of you at one of the 2 x clean-up groups in Enfield tomorrow. Fingers crossed for sunshine!
Sarah :-)

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