Information about the event is regularly updated and new items are being added.
Activities for Children
- Story time and songs with Eleni.
- Reading Corner.
- Art table.
Activities for all ages: Children, Teenagers and Adults
- A free drop-in zine workshop led by Holly Casio. An introduction to the world of zines, looking at some examples of zines and finding ways to tell stories about our lives, homes, and communities. Participants in the workshop will create mini 8 page zines using collage, drawings, and writing. There will also be a chance to look at and buy some of Holly's zines.
- What do you love about north Tottenham? Write or draw on the Trojan horse or post a letter or a drawing into it. Letters and drawings will be displayed the library and online. (See the end of this post for a drawing of the Trojan horse that's being made for the event.)
Performance poetry by James Massam
- Rum cake and sorrel drink on Breadline's stall.
- Vegan/vegetarian and Caribbean food on Ebi's stall.
About Ebi (Earth Based Ingredients): we provide home cooked vegan and vegetarian fusion foods with a twist. Our menu offers Gluten, egg, and dairy free options. Seasoned to perfection. We can also offer meat versions for the reluctant tastebuds. Click here for more information.
- Breadline London help families to develop a more manageable and sustainable lifestyle. They will talk about their taster sessions.
- Haringey Welcome will talk about their campaign for refugees and migrants.
- Mark Panton will talk about his research for "Tottenham's Trojan Horse?".
- Tottenham Community Press will talk about their role in the local area and the broader subject of community media more generally. They will also offer those attending an opportunity to suggest story ideas for future issues and they will feedback on previous issues they have published.
- Margaret Burr will talk about Priscilla Wakefield - a Tottenham Quaker, feminist economist and writer who died in 1832.
- Breadline London's handmade cards.
- Holly Casio's zines.
- "Tottenham Trojan Horse?" book.
- Plants from Wards Corner Community Coalition.
Antwerp Arms Community Pub with Cook Up.
Birkbeck, University of London - prospectuses, leaflets and giveaway merchandise will be available.
Breadline London (a small community group who support families to raise themselves out of the cycle of hardship and poverty through education and the creation of small businesses). Breadline are on Facebook and Twitter.
Discovering Tottenham - chat with the editor and sign up for the newsletter. You can also pick up free copies of issue 1 and 2 of the printed magazine. Supplies of issue 1 are limited so drop by early if you want one!
Haringey Advice Partnership (provides free information, advice and guidance on a range of issues affecting people living in Haringey)
Haringey Welcome (a refugee and migrant campaign)
One You Haringey (a public health project that aims to support Haringey residents) - will give Carbon Monoxide Tests. People who smoke can get information about cessation services that they offer. They will also test people who don't smoke as this can identify any person who may be inhaling carbon monoxide released from faulty boilers.
Our Tottenham network of individuals and community groups.
Tottenham Community Press.
Tottenham Trees (Part of a global movement to protect our natural heritage) will have free postcards available on the Our Tottenham table.
Please come back for new information about the event.