Made In Hale
A bustling urban hub minutes from the tranquil canal-side
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Made In Hale
A bustling urban hub minutes from the tranquil canal-side

Welcome to Tottenham Hale

Tottenham is one of London’s most diverse and vibrant districts.

The bustling main roads and Tottenham Hale Station are only minutes away from tranquil nature reserves. Local brewery Beavertown serves beer at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium attracting visitors from all over the world.

A rich heritage of furniture making gets passed onto future generations. There is a lot to see and experience. You can choose between different curated tours or if you like to see it all at once we prepared an interactive map for you, just select the button below.

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MINUTE WALK TO THE WETLANDS
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MINUTE WALK TO WHITE HART LANE
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MINUTE WALK TO WALTHAMSTOW
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MINUTE TRAIN TO THE WEST END
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MINUTE WALK TO THE WETLANDS
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MINUTE WALK TO WHITE HART LANE
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MINUTE WALK TO WALTHAMSTOW
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MINUTE TRAIN TO THE WEST END
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Local Amenities

Tottenham Hale Street Market

Groceries that cover everything from the basics such as organic meats, free range eggs, vegetables, fruit, honey and bread to carefully selected wines, craft beer, cheese, fresh pasta and oils.


If you have a sweet tooth you will have difficulty deciding between the many treats on offer. But that’s not all: there is an abundance of street food stalls, making sure everyone finds a meal they like.


The market also organises activities for young and old throughout the year.
Every Sunday
11am-3pm (Winter)
11am-4pm (Spring-Autumn)

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Tottenham Marshes

Just minutes away from Hale Works the Tottenham Marshes open up with vast grassland, wild-flower meadows and waterways.
You can walk along the River Lee where houseboat owners and urban fishermen peacefully coexist with the local wildlife ranging from kingfishers to herons. If you are the active type you can run and cycle along the 8 mile long towpath to the Lee Country Park. Remember that your local gym offers free running and walking classes around here.

Craving Coffee

This independent café is run by local residents Matt and Rachel Ho, who combine their passion for coffee and hosting in this unique space. The café is nestled away from the main roads of Tottenham but the discovery is worth the search. Not only does this place offer high quality coffee and sustainably sourced food, it also functions as an exhibition space for local artists and regularly hosts food pop ups on its premises.

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Local Heroes

Leyla Laksari

One of the driving forces behind local community organisation Living Under One Sun is Leyla Laksari, an energetic Mathematics teacher with a strong passion for community led initiatives. Her vision for Living Under One Sun has not changed much since its humble beginnings: fight isolation and create a space where people feel welcomed, working towards a stronger community.
Recently Leyla helped secure the funding to open Tottenham Café Connect, a multi purpose community hub and café which aims to connect people and reduce social isolation. Leyla is committed to creating safe and welcoming places where people are visible and can be positively active as part of the local neighbourhood.

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Tim Smith

Tim is a hands on man. Initially trained as an architect he soon realised he was not willing to spend his working hours behind a computer screen. After attending furniture school training in Devon he moved to London where he worked for different companies before setting out on his own. From his new workshop in Warwickshire Tim and his assistant Nick built both beautiful bespoke furniture and a successful business. With most clients located in London, upon meeting his future wife, Tim decided to relocate Create Furniture to the Capital.
Today Tim’s daily commute sees him cycle from his home in Hackney through the quiet Lee Valley to his workshop in Tottenham which he shares with other entrepreneurs. Here, in a former coat hanger factory, Tim and Nick continue to design and build furniture for their clients, who are homeowners.


Any tips for future residents? Tim’s favourite spots in Tottenham are Beavertown Brewery for the best fresh beer in town and the Lee Valley for a scenic walk or cycle ride.

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