Moselle Memories

Victorian Mayhem at Markfield Park

Victorian Mayhem at Markfield Park

Sunday, 14 July 2013 - 11:00am to 5:00pm

125th Anniversary of the commissioning of the Beam Engine

Step back in time to the Industrial Revolution... Hear the hissing of steam... The smell of hot oil... See the action of the Engine...

Beam Engine & Museum, Crafts, Events, Gladesmore School, Local History, Markfield Park, Markfield Secondary School, Moselle Memories, Performances, River Lea, River Moselle, Story-Telling, Victorian, Waste Water

Summer Gathering @ Queen's Wood

Summer Gathering @ Queen's Wood

Sunday, 7 July 2013 - 2:00pm to 5:00pm

A River Runs Through It Project workshop making Summer Willow Crowns, right near the Source of the Moselle.

We all spent a delightful afternoon in the Organic Garden at the back of the...

Crafts, Events, Highgate, Moselle Memories, Queen's Wood, Signs of the River Moselle, Visible Moselle, Workshops

Felix Waterhouse

Felix Waterhouse has been living and working in Tottenham for the last few years. He has a passion for modernist architecture, plants + green spaces and the Broadwater Farm estate. He worked as...

Film, Moselle Memories, Oral History

Onyeka Igwe

Onyeka Igwe, a filmmaker based in Harringey at the time, worked alongside Felix Waterhouse, a community organiser, to create a short documentary that encapsulated the history of the River Moselle...

Film, Moselle Memories, Oral History

Moselle Memories: Interview with Judith Hanna

Judith Hanna is Co-Chair of Growing in Haringey and plays a leading role in the local community's efforts to make Haringey more environmentally-friendly and sustainable. She is the Principal...

Broadwater's Farm, Broadwaters, Clay, Flooding, Local History, Moselle Memories, River Lea, River Moselle

Moselle Memories: Interview with Martin Ball

Martin Ball is the Chair of the Friends of Down Lane Park. He has been instrumental in bringing a higher level of residential involvement in the park and is currently spearheading the park's...

Down Lane Park, Friends of Down Lane Park, Moselle Memories

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