March 2020 newsletter

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Highgate Covid19 Mutual Aid Groups

In light of the current pandemic, many people will need to self isolate and will need assistance. There are a number of grassroot initiatives for help and support popping up, and we encourage everyone to link with their local streets through the links below (NB the WhatsApp links can’t be opened in Safari, so use another browser). Streets are self organising. These initiatives are supported by local organisations like Highgate Neighbourhood Forum, The Highgate Society and local Councillors, but entirely run by local individuals.

Note, these groups are for neighbourhood assistance, not for medical advice.

Highgate Camden Group:

Highgate C19 Crew / Camden WhatsApp Group:
Click Here
Connect with the link above and introduce yourself.

Google doc with street contacts and WhatsApp group links:
Click Here

Highgate Haringey Group:

Highgate (N6) Mutual Aid Whats App Group:
Click Here
Connect with the link above and introduce yourself.

Google doc with street contacts and WhatsApp group links:
Click Here

Group Info:
Click Here

Home Delivery in Highgate

The wonderful people at Greens of Highgate are not only delivering their own fruit and vegetables, but also essentials from other local businesses. You can order by calling the shop, emailing or via the website or their social media feeds.

Find out more

Want to Help Your Neighbours?

You could print off this card and pop through the letterbox of anyone vulnerable.

Notice of AGM

We are well aware that the current coronavirus crisis may intervene, but – more in hope than expectation – please take this as formal notice of our AGM on Tuesday 5 May at 6.30pm for drinks and sign in and 7pm start. It will be held at Lauderdale House, Highgate Hill, London N6 5HG. We will be inviting guest speakers to talk about local action on climate change – more detail to follow.

If you would like to stand for the Committee this year, please send a short paragraph about yourself to by Thursday 23 April, 2020.

Highgate Festival and Eco Day
20-28th June

The Festival team are in the process of deciding whether the Festival and Eco Day should be postponed. Please bear with us and look out for updates from the HNF and Highgate Festival. Please sign up for Festival updates at

Does Aircraft Noise Bother you?

Check out this new campaign group

CIL Spending Projects

Several exciting Highgate Community Infrastructure Levy projects have been approved to go forward into Haringey’s first round of CIL spending and you can read more about them in news blogs on our website. If your project is still brewing, you may find it useful to submit an application form to the HNF CIL Steering Group so we can support you in putting together a successful bid for next round of spending which should be announced in the summer.

Our Camden Councillors are still open to CIL bids and you should contact them direct. Some great Highgate projects have already been approved.

Visit Highgate Info Boards

Think it’s time visitors to Highgate are alerted to the wealth and variety of the village’s historical and literary associations? A “Visit Highgate” initiative should soon put that right with three to six interpretation boards around the area.

New Signs on Camden Side
of Highgate

And good news that the fingerposts directing visitors to leading points of interest across Highgate will now be erected on the Camden side of the area. To be funded by the Community Infrastructure Levy, they will join the Legible London sign outside Highgate Underground station and the fingerpost outside Gail’s, funded by our local Haringey Councillors’
Ward Grant.

Highgate Coffee and Computers Needs You!

Do you need help with your new smartphone, tablet or computer? Could you help others come to grips with using apps or booking tickets online? If so, make a date with Highgate Coffee and Computers’ regular sessions at 10A or Highgate School or Jacksons Lane.
Find out more

Good Growth by Design in London

The Mayor has set out his plan to enhance the design of buildings and neighbourhoods across London. Good Growth by Design is a programme to set standards and champion “Good Growth” that is locally sensitive, environmentally sustainably and physically accessible.



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