Tottenham Hale – start your Engines!

Hale Works
1 month ago

Our Anthology Hale Works project is underway and we are loving getting to know the local area and the people that call it their home. The Engine Room is at the centre of the Hale Village regeneration, providing residents with a safe and dynamic community space to live, learn and grow with one another.

This Saturday, 14th October, The Engine Room is hosting a community open day to encourage local residents to join them find out what their newly launched community space has to offer. We are thrilled to be a part of the open day and our Anthologists will be on hand throughout the day to volunteer and ensure the launch event is as success!

If you are in the Tottenham Hale area this weekend, why not head down to The Engine Room between 2-5pm and get involved in some of the great activities on offer – including a bouncy castle, fitness classes, biscuit decorating, face painting and more! Local businesses will be there providing more information on the activities and events that residents can get involved in, in their up-and-coming community.

Those around in the evening can tune in to a unique and special event, showcasing live music from local band ‘John McClean and the Clan’. Local dough entrepreneurs Loven Bakery will be cooking up some of their tasty pizzas for guests to enjoy over a glass of wine.  

The open day promises to be a busy and exciting day this Saturday, and we are looking forward to being involved in what is sure to be a great community event in Tottenham. It’s guaranteed to be a great day out and we can’t wait to meet and get to know the local businesses and residents.

To find out about the many community events and groups The Engine Room offers, visit http://www.engineroom.org.uk/ or follow the team on Twitter @stf_engineroom. For further information or room bookings please call 0208 808 5490 or 07957 193922.

To find out more about our Anthology Hale Works development, our exciting new project as part of the Hale Village regeneration, visit https://anthology.london/devel…