Communities are what make neighbourhoods so special, and here are the latest stories about what’s been happening in the areas Anthology has made home.
Local photographer, Simon Braggins, has made it his mission to showcase the hidden gems of the Tottenham Hale community and we are loving his work! His recent exhibition has been running at community café and bakery, Loven Bakery.
With the upcoming launch of Hale Works on 22nd September, we are looking forward to welcoming guests into our beautiful sales & marketing suite and stylish show home.
Are you a foodie craving for some delicious delights in London but not quite sure where to look? Then head north east to Tottenham where you’ll find some authentic and enjoyable delights.
Parents across the capital are looking for ways to keep their little bundles of joy entertained. Tottenham may not be the first name to spring to mind when planning a day out in London, however, this area of North London may just surprise you.
Starting to grow bored of the same old hobbies? Is playing in your weekly 5-aside football league no longer cutting the mustard? If that sounds like you, don’t fret, there is a real wealth of new and interesting hobbies to take up in Tottenham Hale.
Tottenham is a vibrant and bustling area, full of craftsmen, artisans and niche entrepreneurs who specialise in everything from ice cream making to nut importing.
The Hale Village area is packed with fantastic eateries, interesting bars as well as a wealth of great entertainment venues. We’ve mapped out the best way to spend a Sunday in the area…
Seven Sisters Road is one of North London’s most iconic streets, with almost two miles of hustle and bustle stretching all the way from South Tottenham down to Holloway, it’s a real melting pot of culture with plenty going on.