Hornsey

Fabric-Painting and Quilting Workshop @ Hornsey Girls School

Fabric-Painting and Quilting Workshop @ Hornsey School for Girls

Monday, 15 July 2013 (All day) to Tuesday, 23 July 2013 (All day)

Five-day residency @ Hornsey School for Girls, (25 year 7 students) exploring painting fabrics and cotton Lotka paper as a medium for map-making and quilt-designing.

A prolific amount of...

Crafts, Events, Fabric-Painting, Hornsey, Hornsey School for Girls, Maps, Quilting, Schools, Workshops

Tiles made by St Mary's School pupils

Ceramic Tile Making Residency at St Mary's Primary School

Monday, 18 March 2013 (All day) to Wednesday, 27 March 2013 (All day)

Ceramic Tile making Residency@ St Mary`s primary School, on Rectory Gardens, directly over the tradjectory of the culverted Moselle, a 5-minute walk up to Willow Tile Kiln Huts Sculpture near...

Bricks, Bruce Castle Museum Sculpture Trail, Ceramics, Clay, Crafts, Culvert, Ecology, Events, Green Lanes, Hidden Moselle, Highgate, Hornsey, Schools, St Mary's School, Tile Kiln, Tiles, Workshops

Duckett's Manor (the future Noel Park) and the nearby village of Wood Green in 1619 - Source: Tottenham Parish Plan 1619 (by Thomas Clay)

Noel Park

"Noel Park in London, England, is a late-19th early 20th-century planned community consisting of 2,200 model dwellings, designed by Rowland Plumbe. It was developed in open countryside to the...

Hornsey, Local History, Maps, Noel Park

A view of the Three Compasses Inn, and St Mary's, in about 1830, by George Scharf

St Mary's Church, Hornsey

"There have been a church and a burial ground on this site probably since Saxon times. The mediaeval church, of which we have historical evidence dating back to 1291 and information about building...

Burial Ground, Hornsey, Local History, Medieval, Saxon, St Mary's Church, Hornsey