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Exploring Tottenham's Heritage

A series of free events organised by the Tottenham Civic Society

The Society organises an annual programme of events which includes walks, led by ourselves or by architects and other experts, around conservation areas, parks and housing estates, as well as visits to various buildings of interest both new and old.  A list of our past events for the eleven years 2006-2016 can be found here.

The first events in the 2018 programme have been and gone -- they included a five-mile walk through eight of Haringey's conservation areas and nine of its parks; and a tour of the rebuilding, restoration and redevelopment projects in North Tottenham.  The other confirmed event in the 2018 programme are listed below; others may be added.

Tour of the Tottenham Green Conservation Area

Sunday 23 September 11.00am to 1.00pm

External historical guided tour around the buildings of Tottenham Green, including the 18th century Georgian houses, 19th century Jewish Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital and Holy Trinity Church, the ancient High Cross Monument, the Edwardian Town Hall complex, new housing developments and the Bernie Grant Arts Centre.  In this small area there are 17 national listed buildings and over 50 locally listed buildings, as well as new businesses and regeneration projects.

Meet outside Old Tottenham Town Hall, Town Hall Approach Road, N15 4RY.  All welcome to this free event.  Further information from Joyce on 020 8347 7684 or 07951 905490.

Walks in Haringey

Visitors to this page may also wish to note that the Haringey Friends of Parks Forum has published three booklets covering (1) a walk across part of the Borough of Haringey from Alexandra Palace to Bruce Castle, (2) the route of the (mostly culverted) River Moselle from Muswell Hill to the River Lea, and (3) the route of the former Palace Gates railway from Alexandra Palace to Seven Sisters.  The booklets are linked (and can all be downloaded) from the front page of its website.

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