Food in the Forest: The world pops up in E17

Borehamwood Times: Will's pop-up restaurant is at the Rose and Crown pub in Hoe Street, Walthamstow

9:55am Monday 20th January 2014

When Will Wong moved to Walthamstow, he realised that whilst the residents came from around the world, this was not reflected in the cuisine. Restaurants were mainly variations of Indian or Chinese or fried chicken outlets.

Food review: 'First visit to Chutney in High Wycombe will not be my last'

Borehamwood Times: Curry

10:10am Monday 6th May 2013

DESPITE being a lifelong resident of the Wycombe area, and a long-term fan of Indian food, I am ashamed to say I had never before sampled the fare of Chutney in Easton Street.

Take part in health walks this new year

2:30pm Friday 21st December 2012

People hoping to walk off festive excesses and get fit can take part in a series of health walks in Radlett and Borehamwood.

Santa to visit children in Borehamwood this weekend

9:55am Friday 21st December 2012

Mrs Claus is busy packing Santa’s sleigh for his trip to Borehamwood this weekend.

'Moving' discovery of earliest recordings of Christmas Day

Borehamwood Times: The Wall family in their home in Parkhurst Road in 1935

4:05pm Thursday 20th December 2012

The earliest known recordings of Christmas Day have been unearthed after they were left gathering dust in an attic for more than 100 years.

Schoolgirl picked to star as sodium in Christmas television show

Borehamwood Times: Alice Chernaik

1:56pm Thursday 20th December 2012

Science is opening doors for a schoolgirl set to star as sodium in a Christmas television show.

Most read of 2012

Borehamwood Times: Fast food restaurant reopened after UK Border Agency raid

1:00pm Thursday 20th December 2012

News of a man who was killed when he was knocked off his motorbike was the Borehamwood and Elstree Times website’s most read story of 2012.

Help support new food-bank

Borehamwood Times: Rotarians collect goods for foodbank

10:49am Thursday 20th December 2012

Last-minute Christmas shoppers hoping to find the perfect turkey this weekend are being asked to buy a few extra cans of food to help stock a new foodbank.

'Top bakers' impress in Muswell Hill bake off

Borehamwood Times: Cllr Gail Engert (centre) with bake off winners

4:25pm Wednesday 19th December 2012

Bakers had to rise to the challenge of a bake-off testing taste, presentation and originality.

Volunteers to wrap up Christmas collection for needy children

Borehamwood Times: The Kindness Offensive bus will arrive at Brent Cross Shopping Centre with 150 volunteers ready to pack and wrap presents for busy shoppers

3:23pm Wednesday 19th December 2012

A charity providing presents to needy children across London will roll into Brent Cross tomorrow to begin its Christmas giveaway.

'It's unbelievable' - naked men blamed for toppling Christmas tree

Borehamwood Times: Cllr Martin Prescott with residents Brain Foyle, Reverend Marcus Walker and Dr Audrey Kirby

1:10pm Wednesday 19th December 2012

Three naked drunken “idiots” are being blamed for uprooting a Christmas tree decorated by children.

Princess Eugenie makes surprise visit to children's ward

Borehamwood Times: Princess Eugenie visits children at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital

12:30pm Wednesday 19th December 2012

Princess Eugenie lifted young patients' spirits when she paid a surprise visit to a children’s ward in Stanmore today.

Garden centre sets up memory tree in aid of Alzheimer's Society

Borehamwood Times: Garden centre assistant Holly Marshfeild puts her memory on the tree to raise cash for the Alzheimer's Society

10:52am Wednesday 19th December 2012

Shoppers at a garden centre can leave a memorial to a loved one while raising cash for charity this Christmas.

Olympic volunteers hope to sing their way to number one

Borehamwood Times: Michelle Gabriel

9:54am Wednesday 19th December 2012

A choir of Olympic volunteers are hoping to sing their way to the top of the charts for charity this Christmas.

Charity calls for help with Christmas appeal

9:39am Wednesday 19th December 2012

A charity which supports children with learning disabilities is calling for help to raise money for its annual Christmas activity week.

Santa surprises children on train

Borehamwood Times: Mr Claus and his elves surprised children on board the First Capital Connect train to Brighton

9:28am Wednesday 19th December 2012

It is customary to see Santa flying across cities on his sleigh at Christmas time – but this year, the festive figure decided to opt for a much more conventional form of transport.

Extra blood donation session added

9:04am Wednesday 19th December 2012

Instead of making a mad dash to the shop to pick up the last minute presents, people are being encouraged to give blood this Christmas Eve.

Candles mark climax of Chanukah event

Borehamwood Times: The celebrations

5:10pm Tuesday 18th December 2012

Eight candles burned brightly in Shenley this weekend at a fun-filled event to mark the end of the Jewish festival of Chanukah.

Trophies donated to skaters in memory of teenager

Borehamwood Times: Lindsey Wylie of the Alexandra Wylie Foundation with the main cast of Sleeping Beauty on Ice

3:36pm Tuesday 18th December 2012

The family of a teenager who died of cancer two years ago donated cups to two ice skaters who impressed judges during a pantomime last night.

Olympic volunteers hope to sing their way to number one

Borehamwood Times: Rachelle Michaels (centre) with fellow Games Makers

2:44pm Tuesday 18th December 2012

A choir of Olympic volunteers are hoping to sing their way to the top of the charts for charity this Christmas

Pupils gear up for outdoor carol concert

1:19pm Tuesday 18th December 2012

Pupils will sing their hearts out during an outdoor concert tonight.

Santa surprises train passengers

Borehamwood Times: Mr Saint Nick with surprised kids

1:10pm Tuesday 18th December 2012

It is customary to see Santa flying across cities on his sleigh at Christmas time – but this year, the festive figure decided to opt for a much more conventional form of transport.

Pupils throw Christmas party for elderly people

5:40pm Monday 17th December 2012

Pupils raised £500 and collected more than 400 tins of food to put on a Christmas party for the elderly.

Singer hopes to raise £1,500 for charity by Christmas

Borehamwood Times: Max, Sandra and Francesca with the charity CD

4:06pm Monday 17th December 2012

A song inspired by a Stanmore mum-of-three with terminal cancer is hoped to raise over £1,500 by Christmas.

Christmas Jumper Day in aid of children's charity

Borehamwood Times: Pupils Achali Suriyapatabendige, Michelle Wierzbowski and Kacper Jankowska show-off their festive jumpers

4:00pm Monday 17th December 2012

Pupils and teachers donned their favourite festive jumpers to raise cash for a children's charity last Friday.

Man desperate to trace aunt by Christmas

Borehamwood Times: Ian Bundell wants to trace his aunt in time for Christmas

1:51pm Monday 17th December 2012

A 55-year-old who was adopted as a baby says seeing a member of his birth family again would be the perfect Christmas present.

Festive success leads to second charity event at threatened animal shelter

Borehamwood Times: Enfield Independent launches campaign to save animal centre

1:00pm Monday 17th December 2012

Food and drink will be served at an animal shelter on Sunday to raise money to stop its closure.

MP delivers Christmas thanks to post staff

Borehamwood Times: Lynne Featherstone MP meeting Wood Green post staff on Friday

11:40am Monday 17th December 2012

Royal Mail staff working at the busiest time of year were thanked by an MP on Friday.

Carols raise cash for children's charity

Borehamwood Times: Finchley and Friern Barnet Operatic Society raising money for the Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice

11:10am Monday 17th December 2012

Singers who entertained shoppers with carols brought in almost £250 for a children’s charity last week.

South Harrow traders turn on Christmas lights

Borehamwood Times: South Harrow's traders turned on their Christmas lights on Friday

10:04am Monday 17th December 2012

The traders of South Harrow turned their Christmas lights on, on Friday afternoon.

Church collects Christmas gifts for disadvantaged families

Borehamwood Times: Members of St Anselm's Church held a Christmas fair at the begining of December

9:47am Monday 17th December 2012

Members of a Hatch End church are asking for donations to give to Harrow’s least fortunate this Christmas.

Christmas joy for older generations

Borehamwood Times: Pupils from St Geroge's Primary School singing during the event on Friday

9:17am Monday 17th December 2012

More than 100 people gathered on Friday to enjoy a Christmas celebration organised by charity Age UK.

Spurs players visit children in hospitals to spread Christmas cheer

Borehamwood Times: Players Mousa Dembele, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Jan Vertonghen visiting North Middlesex University Hospital

2:00pm Sunday 16th December 2012

Tottenham Hotspur players hand-delivered Christmas gifts to children staying at two Enfield hospitals on Wednesday.

Carol singers prepare to spread festive cheer this Christmas

12:20pm Sunday 16th December 2012

Anyone fretting because of last-minute Christmas shopping and card posting can recharge their festive batteries at carol services at a Barnet church.

Spurs players visit children in hospitals to spread Christmas cheer

Borehamwood Times: Players Mousa Dembele, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Jan Vertonghen visiting North Middlesex University Hospital

1:50pm Saturday 15th December 2012

Tottenham Hotspur players hand-delivered Christmas gifts to children staying in two Enfield hospitals on Wednesday.

Students distribute Christmas hampers

5:30pm Friday 14th December 2012

Vulnerable people in Harrow Weald will benefit from the generosity of college students.

Remembering Brian: health workers raise cash in memory of former colleague

Borehamwood Times: Staff at Fortuna Healthcare enjoying the festivities yesterday

10:48am Friday 14th December 2012

Healthcare staff took time out yesterday to raise cash in the memory of a former colleague.

Blood donation session to take place on Christmas Eve

10:31am Friday 14th December 2012

People are being called to give a Christmas gift with a difference by donating blood.

Snow Queen greets Christmas shoppers

Borehamwood Times: The Snow Queen

9:00am Friday 14th December 2012

Festive shoppers can have their photo taken with the Snow Queen in a giant sleigh this Christmas.

Elderly people's charity calls for old coats as part of winter campaign

8:55am Friday 14th December 2012

People are being called to donate their old coats as part of a winter campaign to raise money for charity.

Winter photo competition launched

3:07pm Thursday 13th December 2012

Budding photographers are being called to get snapping as part of a competition to find the best winter picture.

Students give festive performance at nursing home

Borehamwood Times: The Salvatorian College choir performed for nursing home residents

11:10am Thursday 13th December 2012

Amazing Grace and Adele’s Someone Like You were among songs performed by Harrow Weald students at a nursing home last night.

Car dealers collect hundreds of toys for disadvantaged children

Borehamwood Times: Staff at Dagenham Motors have collected thousands of toys for disadvantaged children this Christmas

11:04am Thursday 13th December 2012

Car dealers have collected more than 200 boxes filled with festive presents for disadvantaged children this Christmas.

Lantern parade 'powerful' display of community action

Borehamwood Times: Children with lanterns during the parade. Photo by Adam Coffnan and Harringay Online.

4:48pm Wednesday 12th December 2012

Five-hundred people from across Harringay carried lanterns together on Friday in a "powerful" display of community action.

Country park hosts charity party

4:52pm Wednesday 12th December 2012

Aldenham Country Park was transformed into Monte Carlo over the weekend, for a charity Christmas party.

Rotary Club carol concert on tomorrow

1:10pm Wednesday 12th December 2012

Needy families will benefit from a Rotary Club Christmas carol concert tomorrow.

Christmas market visits Enfield Island Village

11:41am Wednesday 12th December 2012

A Christmas market will be held in Enfield Island Village on Saturday.

Waste collection to change over festive period

9:42am Wednesday 12th December 2012

Refuse collections in Hertsmere will be delayed by one or two days over Christmas and the New Year.

Christmas spectacular brings festive cheer to care home

Borehamwood Times: Entertainers Bragi Arnason and Chrissy Kett with care administrator Hulya Kupeli and resident Freda Haggerwood

9:12am Wednesday 12th December 2012

A spot of music got residents at an Edmonton care home into Christmas spirit yesterday.

Free Christmas lunch to combat loneliness

9:00am Wednesday 12th December 2012

A nursing home in Tottenham is spreading festive cheer by inviting lonely elderly people for a free Christmas lunch.



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