Environmentally friendly fair hits Tottenham Green

Environmentally friendly fair hits Tottenham Green

Environmentally friendly fair hits Tottenham Green

First published in News Haringey Independent: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

A green-themed event will take place in Tottenham on Saturday as the council promotes its carbon-cutting ways.

The Green Fair, run by Haringey Council, will see stalls with treats from traders, a craft fair and a free give-or-take market, where people can swap unwanted items. 

The event, starting at 11.30am on Tottenham Green, will also feature music, children's entertainment annd health workshops.

Councillor Joe Goldberg, cabinet member for economic development, social inclusion and sustainability, said: “We know people in Haringey are rightly proud of the environment and as a council we want to support residents in making the small steps that together can make a big difference in cutting carbon emissions. 

“We’re determined that Haringey should be a leader in green industry, creating new jobs in a market that will only grow and helping come up with innovative ways of making our borough a greener place.

“Our Green Fair brings together some of our best food, entertainment and eco-friendly businesses for families to have a fun day out and get great tips on sustainable living.”

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After your visit to this fantastic green fair, come down to T-Chances at 399 high road, just a few minutes walk north, and enjoy more live music, stalls and entertainments. There's something for everyone in styles ranging from Jamaican reggae (Pete Campbell), Congolese Rumba (Boy London), Alternative HipHop (The Noblemen), Psychedelic Rock (Bevis Frond), Blues (Imperial Works), Polish Punk (Pro Publico Bono), UK Indie pop (Paper Planes), Electro Funk (Warbatron) and more genres than you can shake your groove thing at : ) www.dsi-studios.co.u
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After your visit to this fantastic green fair, come down to T-Chances at 399 high road, just a few minutes walk north, and enjoy more live music, stalls and entertainments. There's something for everyone in styles ranging from Jamaican reggae (Pete Campbell), Congolese Rumba (Boy London), Alternative HipHop (The Noblemen), Psychedelic Rock (Bevis Frond), Blues (Imperial Works), Polish Punk (Pro Publico Bono), UK Indie pop (Paper Planes), Electro Funk (Warbatron) and more genres than you can shake your groove thing at : ) www.dsi-studios.co.u k DSI_Studio
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