A very interesting piece about our beloved Rec and all the things going on here:
All activities will be at the Hub or Broadwater Farm Community Centre. Each activity costs just £3.
Register 15 minutes prior to start at Hub or Broadwater Farm Community Centre.
Download our full April timetable: Whats on April 2017
Click the session name to get pricing, booking and other information.
Monday 3rd April
Tuesday 4th April
14.00-15.00: Street Dance (8-12 years) – at the Hub
Thursday 6th April
Friday 7th April
14.00-15.00: Basketball (8-12 years) – at Broadwater Farm Community Centre
Monday 10th April
Tuesday 11th April
Thursday 13th April
For more information on Easter Holiday Activities email: [email protected]
With the warmer weather we’re busier than ever in the cafe on weekends. We really need some additional volunteers to help out.
It’s a great way to meet people from across our community and support the Hub. You’ll be fully supported by our staff team. You can be taught how to use the coffee machine, till and other kitchen equipment.
To read more about what people get out of volunteering at the Hub, have a look here: Volunteering at the Hub
Shifts are usually 4 hours, if you have some time to spare on Saturdays or Sundays, please get in touch with Carola. Either ring 020 8885 5684 or email [email protected].
Paul Samuel White has made this beautiful short film about the Hub.
Thanks to everyone who came along on Sunday for our Open Day and AGM. It was really positive with excellent suggestions made for how we could improve the Hub and a chance to share in some of the fantastic activities that are happening here.
The DRAFT minutes from the AGM are here: AGM draft minutes 2017-02-26
You can read (and comment on) all the reports here: 2016 Reports
In the future we aim to put on my informal, social events for members like this.
Last weekend the Murder Mystery returned to the Hub with a slew of gruesome (and groansome) killings. Thankfully Tottenham’s finest detectives were on hand to solve the crime and put an end to the killing spree.
There was a crime scene photographer on hand so we hope to share evidence soon.
Thanks very much to Sue, Aya and all the cast for putting on a great couple of events. They raised around £800 for the Hub and had a fantastic time doing it!
If you have an idea for an event you’d like to run please email [email protected] and we’ll do what we can to help. It needn’t be a big production, it might just be setting up a regular group to play chess in the cafe, a poetry evening or a discussion group; whatever you are willing to get going.
We’ve had a whole load of people becoming members of the Co-op over the last few weeks. We haven’t taken the time in the past to welcome new members, but I intend to start.
Welcome Karmajit, Carola, Christine Denn, Dörte, Brenda, Stuart, Issy, Cem, Corrina, Taslima, Rebecca, Michelle, Anushka, Rachel, Collette, Nur, Yvonne, Nicole and Sally.
Love, the Hub
A big thanks to all of them them for becoming part of our Co-operative.
I’d also like to thank Sandra Sutherland, Dörte Mang, Chrsitine Denn and John Carver for joining the Board.
A great interview with Carla Harding, a local artist whose work is currently exhibited in the Hub cafe: