07 Feb 2021
This is just an update to let you know that FGBG are taking a litter picking break for the month of August. We will, however, be back in earnest in September when we expect there will be a lot of tidying up to do after the summer.
13 Aug 2020
I hope you are all well and surviving the heat. As you probably know, we conducted a survey on the proposed Bowes Primary Area Quieter Neighbourhood plans and we have the results to share with you.
22 Jul 2020
Friends of the Green, Bounds Green (FGBG) want to know what you think about the proposed Bowes Primary Area Quieter Neighbourhoods plans.
11 Sep 2019
Ian Griffin and his lovely team at the Ranelagh have supported our work on the Green since we started in 2017. They are now offering everyone who joins the litter picking and gardening mornings, 20% off food and drink on that day.
Make sure you ask for your voucher at the next litter pick. They will also be offering FGBG members 15% off food at other times.
Once you become a member, we will let you know how you can access this amazing deal and we will be sharing details with current members soon.
02 Jun 2019
The rose garden along the west side of the green had been neglected for years. It was decided to reinstate the garden to its former glory with help from Haringey Council, FGBG and volunteers who set to work planting in March 2019. The project was managed by FGBG committee members Moira, Angela, Emmy and Goksel.
The official opening of the new rose garden took place on 2nd June 2019 and was well attended by Haringey Councillors, FGBG members and volunteers. The beautiful roses are now thriving in their new home and are tended to regularly by volunteers.
25 Mar 2019
We are very pleased to announce that we have secured funding the restore the two rose gardens, absent for decades, to the raised flowerbeds on the west side of the green.
30 Oct 2018
It was great to see so many of you at the recent AGM and to have so much support over the past year. We very much hope you join us for another year and we see as many of you as possible at the Christmas Carols on Saturday 15 December at 3.30pm.
02 Apr 2018
Despite the very wet weather we had around 100 people turn up for our first ever Easter Egg Hunt - it was exciting and inspiring to see so many local families come out for it.