Stroud Green

…Stroud Green, Haringey/Islington Situated north of Finsbury Park station and south of Hornsey Vale, Stroud Green is ‘an interesting, not very well known, Victorian…

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Finsbury Park

…“subject to lease” at the bottom of the page. The park itself is now the responsibility of Haringey council, which has restored it to something…

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Alexandra Palace

…Alexandra Palace, Haringey North London’s answer to the Crystal Palace crowns the 313-foot summit of Muswell Hill, west of Wood Green At the end…

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Highgate

…Hornsey, as it now is between the boroughs of Camden and Haringey. The much-altered Lauderdale House was a home of Charles II’s mistress Nell Gwynne….

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Tottenham Hale

…Tottenham Hale, Haringey A collection of commercial and council estates on the east side of Tottenham, presently undergoing radical redevelopment There is evidence of…

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EU Referendum

…and this group is well represented in Hackney and the eastern half of Haringey. Haringey also has a strong contingent whose families originated from south-eastern…

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White Hart Lane

…White Hart Lane, Haringey A thoroughfare winding between the High Roads of Tottenham and Wood Green, best known as the (nearby) home of Tottenham…

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Muswell Hill

…Muswell Hill, Haringey An ‘exceptional example of a complete Edwardian suburb’, as Haringey council rightly calls it, situated north-west of its original parent, Hornsey…

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Seven Sisters

…Seven Sisters, Haringey A poor, multi-ethnic neighbourhood encircling the junction of Seven Sisters Road and the High Road in South Tottenham A crowded pavement…

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Tower Gardens

…Tower Gardens, Haringey A ‘cottage estate’ in north Tottenham, built by the London County Council between 1903 and the 1930s In the early 17th…

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