Marathon Donations

Our friends Belvin and Isaac are running the London Marathon in April 2019 to raise much needed funding for Lordship Hub.

They are training hard and would love your support in raising lots of money for their chosen cause. Their target is an amazing £5000 EACH!!!

They believe Lordship Hub is a worthy cause because of all the work its staff and volunteers do to bring the local community together in a welcoming and stimulating space, where people of all backgrounds and abilities can mingle and enjoy classes, refreshment, social and cultural events  and  just relax and socialise.

Help us to continue to manage Lordship Hub by supporting Belvin and Isaac in the 2019 London Marathon.

Please use the donate button below to make a donation of your chosen amount via Paypal.  (If you don’t have a Paypal account and would still like to donate, then please feel free to post or drop in a cheque made out to LREH Cooperative with a reference [marathon written on the back]  to Hub office at Lordship Hub, Lordship Recreation Ground, Higham Road, London N17 6NU or you can drop cash into the office and we will add it to the funds.) If you want to do a bank transfer:

LREH Co-operative Ltd

Sort code: 089299

Account No: 65707911

Select ‘London Marathon’ from the drop down menu and simply follow the usual login process for confirming payments by Paypal.


Message from Isaac and Belvin our 2 runners

My name is Isaac Hammond. I am 22 years old and was born and raised in Lincolnshire, East Midlands. I moved to London at 18 and have been here ever since! I have worked as a coach at Tottenham Hotspur Foundation for just under 2 years working in the community in football coaching and fitness instructing. Having lived in Haringey for 2 years now its impossible not to appreciate the sense of community in this area, I love it! A big part of our community is the Hub – which is a fantastic communal space with a wide range of activities. I am a passionate runner but this is my first marathon after several half marathons in the past – it really is a bucket list moment for me! I am proud to be running the Marathon for such a good cause and hope to raise as much money as possible! Thank you for your generosity.

My name is Belvin Lewis and I am 48 years of age and will be 49 by the time I run the London Marathon. I work For Tottenham Hotspur Foundation as a Physical Activity Instructor. I work for the health and Wellbeing Department. My job role is to deliver exercise sessions to various vulnerable and mainstream groups in the community. A typical day for me could be working in a care home delivering seated aerobic exercise to the elderly, or with patients in a hospital or a school with young kids with disabilities delivering P.E. We also deliver walk and cycle sessions in the park and run a programme called shape up with Spurs that is exercise only in the park on a Sunday and in the week we deliver the same programme which is a free 10 week with nutrition advice and exercise to the local residents of Haringey at Tottenham Community Sports centre.

It’s really an honour to be running for the Hub as I feel a massive connection with the Hub/Park. I moved to Tottenham when I was 10 years of age in 1980, and I have spent most of my years growing up in North London.  I remember playing in the bike park when I was a young boy and I used to play football for the local  football team, Broad water United when I was 16 years of age ,I have seen a lot of changes to this park over the years whilst growing up and being part of this diverse community. It makes me feel really proud, especially as I am able to give something back to this growing community of ours.  The Hub as done so much for the residents and the community that I feel it’s only right I am able to contribute in some way. It’s great to see that all types of age groups from the young to the old are using the facilities of this great Park. The Hub and the broad water farm community centre keep this community and park ALIVE.  I live with my partner Assya and Daughter Kalyssa and they both use this historic park.  And both have a lot of love and time for what happens to the Hub/Park and this great community as I do.