WELCOME TO THE HIGHGATE SOCIETY
We aim to make Highgate and its neighbourhood a better place in which to live and work;
to ensure that any changes made in the environment enhance the amenity of the area:
to encourage sound planning and to improve public transport.
Annual General Meeting
|Mar 28 2015, 10:40 PM|
The AGM of the Highgate Society will be on
Monday 27th April 2015 at 7pm
At Dyne House, Highgate School Southwood Lane, N6 5EE
Guest speaker Adam Pettitt, Head Master of Highgate School
Leading a school in the 21st century: The Head of Sir Roger
Cholmeley’s School at Highgate reflects on challenges and
opportunities for independent schools’.
Following the guest speaker there will be a break for refreshments
before the formal AGM.
The AGM will be preceded by a brief Special General Meeting to agree
the following motion:
“That the 2015 AGM of the Society shall take place on 27 April 2015”
Minutes of the AGM of May 29, 2014
Report from the Acting Chair
Treasurer’s Report and Presentation of Accounts
Adoption of Accounts
Elections to Council
Any Other Business
|Mar 27 2015, 2:00 PM|
Highgate Clean-Up: Saturday May 2 at 09.30
Highgate Watercolour Group
|Mar 20 2015, 10:12 PM|
Monday 23 March – Friday 10 April: HWG Art Exhibition in Hill Homes at Trees 2-4 Broadlands Road, Highgate, N6 4AN
From Monday 23 March the Highgate Watercolour Group ( HWG) will be presenting a small exhibition of about 20 original artworks in a new exhibition space in Hill Homes at Trees, in Broadlands Road, Highgate. The works are mainly watercolours, with some in other media. There's a good mix; local scenes, Highgate views and London townscapes; waterside and country landscapes and some lovely colourful still life paintings.
The Hill Homes Activities Team are keen to encourage residents, their visitors and members of the local community to see the display at this new residential development for seniors, as part of an ongoing programme of events. And we'd love you to support our members - as well as Hill Homes - by coming along!
Our paintings, which are all for sale and very definitely affordable, can be viewed by members of the public at these times: Mon-Fri 10.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m. Anyone who wishes to buy a painting in the show should contact the HWG Treasurer Sue Lees on 0207 272 3646 or via email: susan@lees(dot)org(dot)uk
The Highgate Bowl - an irreplaceable resource
|Oct 31 2014, 6:42 PM|
Developers’ attempts to build houses on the old garden centre site have been refused by the Planning Inspector because of the harm it would cause to the Conservation area. This is a great victory for Highgate residents and groups which had campaigned to keep the historic agricultural land as open space. The newly formed Friends of the Highgate Bowl, supported by the Neighbourhood Forum and the Highgate Society is now setting up a charity to try to buy the land to keep it open and provide some public access.
The Planning Inspector refused the developers’ appeal against Haringey’s refusal of their application. She said in her judgement “the proposal would seriously erode the significance of this part of the Bowl as a historic area once used for pasture and historically important backland, and thus its important heritage value as a setting for the village. The locality has changed over time and will continue to do so. However as heritage assets are an irreplaceable resource, great weight should be given to their conservation.”
Be part of it!
The Highgate Society is a voluntary organisation of 1,400 members living in and around Highgate, London N6. Our primary aim is to make Highgate a better place in which to live and work.To achieve this we mount a wide variety of activities for members, (while being wide open to ideas for further new activities) as you can see from the panel on the left of screen. Prominent among these, under the heading of ‘Environment', is our dedication to principles of sound planning, for the protection and enhancement of the public amenities that we all enjoy.
Join us for coffee every Saturday between 10.30am and 12:30pm at 10a South Grove. Come and meet other members or talk to the Environment Committee if you would like some planning advice, or have a planning or environmental problem.
JOIN THE HIGHGATE SOCIETY
You can make a difference
We would like to welcome you to The Highgate Society and if you live in and around Highgate there will be something for you to know about, take part in or simply to enjoy. Please do join us, It is all quite easy.
The Society was started 40 years ago and we aim to keep Highgate a wonderful place to live and work. With three boroughs adjoining us, everyone’s opinion counts and we’d love to have yours. The more members we have, the stronger we are together to lobby for Highgate and keep our area special.
We have plenty of activities and groups to join, but if you are pressed for time you can be just a member, read Buzz and perhaps enjoy our Summer Festival Fair in the Square or Carols in December.
An individual membership costs just £15 a year, or £21 for a whole family. Our premises at 10a South Grove are available to hire for your parties, meetings and events. Coffee and biscuits are served every Saturday morning between 10.30 and 12.30 and all are welcome.
Buzz is The Society’s magazine and is produced four times during the year and you could have a copy of your own by joining.
Let us know if you want to join us. We’d be happy to talk to you about what we do, or feel free to pop into 10a any Saturday to meet the team.
Membership Team - Jan Morgan 0208 340 9490.
This page was last modified on 28/03/2015 at 22:44.
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