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”
Following concerns raised by local residents, I contacted Transport for London for an update on the closure of Bowes Road footbridge. Below is the response I received:
Continue reading “Ongoing saga on Bowes Road footbridge continues”
Last month I wrote to the Transport for London Commissioner Mike Brown, once again raising my concerns with the ongoing issue of speeding along the A10 Great Cambridge Road between Carterhatch Lane and Bullsmoor Lane.
I have now received a response from TfL to my letter which you can read here.
Following my earlier post on the delays and cancellations on the Great Northern line, I have now received a response to my letter from Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) with their explanation for the delays to the service. You can read the letter here.
Continue reading “Update on Great Northern poor performance”
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”