To back the stunning N8 calendar and meet the Crouch End traders behind it, Lynne Featherstone MP went to the Haberdashery on Middle Lane on Friday. The project is currently raising funds in support of initiatives to help rebuild communities following the summer’s riots
The Hornsey and Wood Green MP met the Haberdashery’s Massimo Bergamin, Budgen’s Andrew Thornton, FOOD from the SKY’s Azul-Valerie Thome, and Haringey Community Circles administrator Jazz Rasool, who have jointly backed the project.
All proceeds from the sale of the calendar will go to Haringey Community Circles, a charitable initiative set up by the traders and YMCA’s Jim Shepley following the events in Tottenham and Wood Green in August.
Lynne Featherstone MP comments:
“The stunning N8 calendar really captures the essence of Crouch End. Not only does it portray local traders, but more so, it really captures the generosity of this community, in raising funds to help fellow Haringey residents who have suffered following the summer’s riots.
“Massimo, Andrew, Azul, Jim and Jazz should be proud of what they have achieved in creating a beautiful calendar that I am sure will be a great stocking filler this Christmas, and in the process raise funds for Haringey Community Circles.
“I’ve got mine, and would encourage all Crouch Enders to get one for their homes, and in the process back a great cause.”