Friends of Tottenham Marshes
Friends of Tottenham Marshes: Come and join us surveying the bird life of the Marshes, we do have some binoculars available if you don't have your own. For more information about FoTM walks and talks and other activities please see website www.tottenhammarshes.org or email: email@example.com
Walking for Health
Every Friday These Friday morning walks are part of Natural England's programme (supported by Haringey). The walks are held regularly every Friday beginning at Stonebridge Lock and last approx 30 to 45 minutes. Janice Fraser (one of our FoTM members) is the usual leader.
This has also become quite a social event with people bringing cookies etc. and having coffee at the Waterside Centre afterwards. Meet 10.25am for 10.30am start from Stonebridge Lock - all welcome
East Hale Allotments
East Hale Allotments is situated by the River Lee in the Tottenham Hale area and owned by Lee Valley Regional Park Authority.
A lot of the management is carried out by the East Hale Allotments Association Committee, formed by volunteers who give their time and energy freely so that all plot holders can enjoy their time at the site. Everybody is a member of the Association and is encouraged to volunteer.
Positives of renting a plot
Cultivating is very rewarding providing healthy exercise that benefits both body and mind:
It keeps you fit and you get Vitamin D from being outdoors.
You eat healthy food.
Meet people who share an interest in growing vegetables, fruit and flowers.
It requires an ongoing commitment in order to cultivate and is a challenge to keep the weeds and grass at bay and can be hard work that requires regular attendance.
New plot holders will be allocated a half plot.
There is a waiting list that you can apply to join.
If you want to put down your name for a plot, or have any questions, send an email to
East Hale Allotments, Mill Mead Road, Tottenham Hale, London N17 9QP