London Skolars were founded during the Centenary Season of the Rugby Football League in 1995. Initially created for post-university graduates in London, the club quickly became one open to all and reflecting the cosmopolitan nature of Rugby League in the English capital. After achieving initial success within the London League, the club became one of the founding members of the Southern Conference in 1997,the forerunner to the RFL Summer Conference, winning the competition during its inaugural season. Later that year, they entered BARLA National Conference League, as the club played both in winter and in summer for four consecutive seasons. During that period the club hosted Strella XIII, on the first tour of Great Britain by a team from Tatarstan in 1998. That was followed by a tour of Tatarstan and Russia, the first time that an amateur club had toured the former Soviet Union. The club also demonstrated a commitment to developing the game during its amateur period, being one of the few amateur clubs to employ their own development officers. Three of its juniors have already played Super League. In 2002 the club’s application to join the National League (the following year) was accepted. Skolars became the first […]
You can treat yourself to an all-day breakfast with chaiwalla’s own take on some classic breakfast foods including masala omelette, masala beans or daal, two rotis or toast and all washed down with a cuppa Karak Chaii. Or treat yourself at any time of the day to sweet and savoury snacks from a Bombay sandwich to masala chips, and chaiiwala’s sweet paratha to the delicious home-made curry Pav Bhaji. And while Karak Chaii is at the heart of the chaiiwala® experience, you’ve also got the option of a range of other beverages from Karak Coffee and Mint Chaii to Cinnamon Chaii or Chaii Latte, plus the sweet delights of a host of delicious desserts. So pop on down to chaiiwala® for the dining experience you’ll just want to keep enjoy again and again. Located under the foot bridge next to Lloyds bank
At beBRUSH we create Eco-friendly, Organic soap bars that are good for your skin. We use only natural, organic raw materials in our products. We are environmentally friendly as we don’t use plastics in all our packaging. All our products cater to a variety of skin needs including anti-acne and anti-ageing. We ensure that our products can be used by all by making it affordable. Visit our store at The Mall Wood Green today or visit our website https://brushcosmetics.co.uk/ to shop online
Fully loaded serves delicious Bubble Waffles. Bubble Waffles are the latest food craze within the grab ‘n go treat category. Originated as a street snack from Hong Kong in the 1950s, the waffles are freshly cooked to order, to a light, crisp on the outside and still fluffy in the inside, and are served in an iconic cone wrapping. Once served, the waffles are filled with any number of combinations flavours and toppings. Loaded Bubble Waffles made by Fully Loaded are crafted for people, who like to create their best flavour. All our Waffles have got same price, so you can choose up to 3 toppings at no extra charge. We also have a loyalty card for our regular customers. Fully loaded is located near Claire’s and Pret A Manger
Gift yourself a classic beauty treatment at Neon Salon. Set just a few minutes from Wood Green Shopping centre Market Hall Entrance in Mayes Road, this is a boutique style salon with an offering of manis, pedis, waxing and lash treatments.
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Select is a Fashion retailer that have the latest women’s clothing and fashion online at Select and discover 1000s of on-trend styles at affordable prices. New lines added daily. Free delivery!. It is located outside Wood Green Shopping Centre on the high road.
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The Community Hub
“Local people can lead healthier, happier and better connected lives.“ The Community Hub is a welcoming space for people of all ages, genders and ethnicities to come together, stay safe and active and feel included and valued. The Hub has classes for yoga, tuition, music, knitting and dance etc. COVID-19 has effected the community in a very negative way. “We are looking to reopen our centre to lift up the community. we want to make a new start and make our centre energetic and full of life. If artists, teachers or talent of any kind wants to book our hall for their classes and work with us make a positive change to peoples lives. Please contact us using our number 020 8889 6938 or our email email@example.com. Help us in helping the community during this challenging time. We are a non-profit organization and any money that we make will be used for the betterment of the community. We are looking forward to collaborating with you.” Set up by the Council of Asian People in 1982 and previously known as The Asian Centre, the Hub, located in the heart of Haringey borough, and its staff and Board members work diligently to […]
The National Garden Scheme
The National Garden Scheme gives visitors unique access to over 3,600 exceptional private gardens in England and Wales, and raises impressive amounts of money for nursing and health charities through admissions, teas and cake. Thanks to the generosity of garden owners, volunteers and visitors The National Garden Scheme has donated over £60 million to nursing and health charities and made an annual donation of £2.88 million in 2020. Beneficiaries include Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie, Hospice UK and The Queen’s Nursing Institute. “The National Garden Scheme doesn’t just open beautiful gardens for charity – we are passionate about the physical and mental health benefits of gardens too. We also support charities doing amazing work in gardens and health and grant bursaries to help community gardening projects.” From Wood Green there are currently 4 local gardens within 4 miles of the town centre which are open to visitors, these are located within Bounds Green, Muswell Hill and Golders Green. Click here to find a garden. (external link)
Stay positive and look after your mental wellbeing
During the COVID-19 outbreak, all of us will experience some level of increased stress. Some of us will be affected as we adjust to our ‘new normal’, others may have worries about paying bills, and some may be anxious about the future and what it may look like.
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