Lynne Featherstone on Sunday attended the Finsbury Park Community Games – a sports day organised by Westminster Justice and Peace church group, in partnership with local churches, mosques and councils.
‘Community Games’ take place across the country, with the aim of bringing a community together to take part in sporting and cultural activities, inspired by London 2012.
The Liberal Democrat MP made a speech to the attendees, highlighting the importance of faith groups and community groups working together, and of keeping sport alive in the community after the successful London Olympics.
After giving a speech, the Hornsey and Wood Green MP met with the organisers of the games, and the people who attended and took part.
Lynne Featherstone MP commented:
“It was great to see the local community pulling together and organising the Finsbury Park Community Games.
“In 2012, we saw the most fantastic spirit from our athletes and our country. In Haringey we’re leading the way in keeping this up – thanks to the hard word of the community volunteers who organised these games and other events.
“Next year, I have promised to help the organisers of the Community Games promote the event more widely – so as many residents as possible get to take part.”