About us

Clockwise from top left; Miriam Balanescu, David Floyd, Olivia Opara, Jonathan Duncan, Grace Howarth and Maia Wolf

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 us you can find out more about becoming a supporter or you can 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.

Our team

Publisher: David Floyd
Editor: Miriam Balanescu
Local Democracy Reporter: Grace Howarth
Tottenham Community Reporter: Olivia Opara
Sales Manager: Maia Wolf
Designer: Jonathan Duncan

Contact 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.

Call: 020 8367 2975
Email: [email protected]
Tweet: @HaringeyCP

 Our supporters

Haringey Community Press is generously supported by the following people:

Michael Buchanan, Susie Fairweather, Peter Corley, Ole Hedemann, Andrew Leimdorfer, Cherry McAskill, Susan Moyse, Ed Anderton, Karin Lock, Sarah Moore, Robert Lindsay-Smith, Theresa Kemp, Neil and Julie Le Milliere, Adzowa Kwabla-Oklikah, Ann Walsh, Diana Shelley, Emmie Robson, Nasser Baston, Jean Gray, Joe Culleton, Fiona Brindle, Carsten Jung, Juliane Heider, Niv Hachlili, Neville Collins, Christina Egan, Ruth Valentine, Matthew Dickinson, David Kitchen, Daniel Becker, John Power, Laura Dawson, Lewis Nebel, Annabel Gregory, Brian Cathcart, Trea Clenaghan, Nicholas da Costa, Michael Bimmler, Anne Gray, Alicia Charles, Lucy Nabijou, John Field, Alan Bentley, Michael McDonough, Elodie Sarvaiya, Jessica Owens, Alicia Pivaro, Amelie Noack, Clare Davies, Catharine Perry, Martin Laheen, Tricia O’Dell, Candy Amsden, Daniel Henrique Alves, Michelle Howard, Robin Taylor, Jamila Wolf, Hannah Kuchler, Jonathan McKinley, Stuart Gillings, Emma Archibald, Lucie Holloway, Amanda Lillywhite, Emily Darko, Quentin Given, Rennah Satsuki Mills, Adam Saltiel, Peter Richards, Alyson Bradley, A Fairer Chance CIC, Lila Wisbeach, Ben Rider, Sally Sturgeon, Joe Reeve, Narmada Thiranagama, Livingston Gilchrist, Anton Root, Aryan Tehrani, Mick Egan, Justin Hinchcliffe, Ogo Okafor, Jason Sarris, Pamela Harling, Mike Hodges, Amit Kamal, Sophie Anne Cowper, Mary Hogan, Ed Shepherd, Michael Passingham, Joseph Evans, Ian Macgregor, Dennis Evans, Carrie Supple, Marie Leyland, Stephen Gardiner, Friedrich Ernst, Sally Hart, Suwaibah Iffat, Mitch Coe, Brendan Madden, Ruth Wetters, Grace Harrison, Stella Dixon, Wil Harris, Margaret Fowler, Oliver Knowles, Paulette Amadi, Pete Well, Haringey Learning Partnership, Building a Brighter Future Ltd.

Supporter organisations

Haringey Learning Partnership,

Building a Brighter Future Ltd

Independent 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/icnn


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Haringey Community Press is a member of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso). For more information on our complaints policy and how to make a complaint, click here.