Joanne McCartney AM celebrates Haringey’s food growing pupils at City Hall

School children from Rokesly Junior School visited City Hall last week to celebrate food growing schools in London. Rokesly Junior School, who were welcomed by Local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, took home a prize for the most enterprising product with their pumpkin chutney and marmalade. The Schools Marketplace at City Hall is in its fourth year and enables school children across London to sell produce that they have grown at school. Continue reading “Joanne McCartney AM celebrates Haringey’s food growing pupils at City Hall”

Joanne McCartney AM assumes responsibility for education and childcare

On the day that thousands of schoolchildren around London receive their GCSE results, Sadiq Khan announced that Joanne McCartney, Statutory Deputy Mayor of London and Assembly Member for Enfield and Haringey will extend her statutory brief to include education and childcare. Continue reading “Joanne McCartney AM assumes responsibility for education and childcare”

W3 and W7 bus routes to become 24 hour services

Responding to Transport for London’s announcement that a new 24 hour service will run on the W3 and W7 bus routes, local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, said:
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Night tube finally set to launch in Haringey on August 19th

Labour London Assembly Member Joanne McCartney has welcomed the announcement from Mayor of London Sadiq Khan that the Night Tube will launch on the Central and Victoria lines on the 19th August with the Piccadilly, Jubilee and Northern to follow later in the autumn. Continue reading “Night tube finally set to launch in Haringey on August 19th”

Joanne McCartney re-elected with increased majority

Commenting on their re-election as London Assembly Member for Enfield and Haringey, and the election of Sadiq Khan as Mayor of London, Joanne McCartney said: Continue reading “Joanne McCartney re-elected with increased majority”