Haringey Community Press

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16 November 2021

Haringey Community Press is a free independent community newspaper covering the London Borough of Haringey. Published by Social Spider Community News, it was launched in November 2021 as an expansion of our earlier title, Tottenham Community Press, first printed in November 2016. Haringey Community Press is a free independent community newspaper covering the London Borough of Haringey. Published by Social Spider Community News, it was launched in November 2021 as an expansion of our earlier title, Tottenham Community Press, first printed in November 2016.

HCP is published monthly in print and distributed via news stands, community centres, libraries, arts venues, pubs, cafes and directly to people’s doors. It is funded by advertising and membership; all income is spent on the continuing production of the paper. If you would like to help support us, please find out more about our membership scheme or consider purchasing an advertisement for your organisation. You are also welcome to suggest article ideas about projects you are involved with, campaigns you are running, or events you are organising.HCP is published monthly in print and distributed via news stands, community centres, libraries, arts venues, pubs, cafes and directly to people’s doors. It is funded by advertising and membership; all income is spent on the continuing production of the paper. If you would like to help support us, please find out more about our membership scheme or consider purchasing an advertisement for your organisation. You are also welcome to suggest article ideas about projects you are involved with, campaigns you are running, or events you are organising.

We want to provide an opportunity for local people to contribute and raise important issues. We aim to reflect the vibrancy and diversity of Haringey, to celebrate its rich traditions and cultural heritage as well as offering a platform from which to hold authority to account.We want to provide an opportunity for local people to contribute and raise important issues. We aim to reflect the vibrancy and diversity of Haringey, to celebrate its rich traditions and cultural heritage as well as offering a platform from which to hold authority to account.

Our teamOur team

Publisher: David FloydPublisher: David Floyd

Editor: TBCEditor: TBC

Local Democracy Reporter: Simon AllinLocal Democracy Reporter: Simon Allin

Community Reporter (Tottenham): Olivia OparaCommunity Reporter (Tottenham): Olivia Opara

Designer: Jonathan DuncanDesigner: Jonathan Duncan

Head of Advertising: Klaudia KissHead of Advertising: Klaudia Kiss

Sales Representative: Maia WalshSales Representative: Maia Walsh

Membership and Distribution Manager: Penny DampierMembership and Distribution Manager: Penny Dampier

Contact usContact us

We are always looking for local writers, artists, photographers, advertisers and anyone else who wants to offer their support. Please get in touch with us using the contact details below.We are always looking for local writers, artists, photographers, advertisers and anyone else who wants to offer their support. Please get in touch with us using the contact details below.

Call: 07762 689 995 (editorial) or 07711 057 096 (advertising)Call: 07762 689 995 (editorial) or 07711 057 096 (advertising)

Email: [email protected]Email: [email protected]

Post: The Selby Centre, Selby Road, Tottenham N17 8JL Post: The Selby Centre, Selby Road, Tottenham N17 8JL

Tweet: @HaringeyCPTweet: @HaringeyCP

Our membersOur members

Haringey Community Press is generously supported by the following local people:Haringey Community Press is generously supported by the following local people:

Lynda Jessopp, Michael Buchanan, Susie Fairweather, Peter Corley, Ole Hedemann, Andrew Leimdorfer, Amanda Lillywhite, Caesar Gordon, Susan Moyse, Cherry McAskill, Ed Anderton, Karin Lock, Sarah Moore, Robert Lindsay-Smith, Alice Kemp-Habib, Mark Adams, Neil & Julie Le Milliere, Emily Darko, Quentin Given, Adzowa Kwabla-Okilah, Ann Walsh, Harshavardhan Bhat, Diana Shelley, Emmie Robson, Nasser Baston, Jean Gray, Rennah Satsuki Mills, Mick Egan, Adam Saltiel, Christina Egan, Joe Culleton, Peter Richards, Joe Reeve, Alyson Bradley, Orla Falls, A Fairer Chance CIC, Fiona Brindle, Lila Wisbeach, Ben Rider, Carsten Jung, Andrew Johnston, Julian Giddings, Juliane Heider, Niv Hachlili, Cathy and Greg Abbott, Neville Collins, Sally Sturgeon, Narmada Thiranagama, Ruth Valentine, Matthew Dickinson, Dexter Coles, Livingston Gilchrist, David Kitchen, Daniel Becker, John Power, Laura Dawson, Lewis Nebel, Annabel Gregory, Brian Cathcart, Tom Gwilliam, Trea Clenaghan.Lynda Jessopp, Michael Buchanan, Susie Fairweather, Peter Corley, Ole Hedemann, Andrew Leimdorfer, Amanda Lillywhite, Caesar Gordon, Susan Moyse, Cherry McAskill, Ed Anderton, Karin Lock, Sarah Moore, Robert Lindsay-Smith, Alice Kemp-Habib, Mark Adams, Neil & Julie Le Milliere, Emily Darko, Quentin Given, Adzowa Kwabla-Okilah, Ann Walsh, Harshavardhan Bhat, Diana Shelley, Emmie Robson, Nasser Baston, Jean Gray, Rennah Satsuki Mills, Mick Egan, Adam Saltiel, Christina Egan, Joe Culleton, Peter Richards, Joe Reeve, Alyson Bradley, Orla Falls, A Fairer Chance CIC, Fiona Brindle, Lila Wisbeach, Ben Rider, Carsten Jung, Andrew Johnston, Julian Giddings, Juliane Heider, Niv Hachlili, Cathy and Greg Abbott, Neville Collins, Sally Sturgeon, Narmada Thiranagama, Ruth Valentine, Matthew Dickinson, Dexter Coles, Livingston Gilchrist, David Kitchen, Daniel Becker, John Power, Laura Dawson, Lewis Nebel, Annabel Gregory, Brian Cathcart, Tom Gwilliam, Trea Clenaghan.

Independent Community News NetworkIndependent Community News Network

Haringey Community Press is a member of the Independent Community News Network, the UK representative body for the independent community and hyperlocal news sector. For more information go to: communityjournalism.co.uk/icnnHaringey Community Press is a member of the Independent Community News Network, the UK representative body for the independent community and hyperlocal news sector. For more information go to: communityjournalism.co.uk/icnn

ComplaintsComplaints

Haringey Community Press  is a member of IMPRESS: The Independent Monitor of The Press. For more information on HCP’s complaints policy and how to make a complaint, click here.Haringey Community Press  is a member of IMPRESS: The Independent Monitor of The Press. For more information on HCP’s complaints policy and how to make a complaint, click here.

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