Signs of the River Moselle

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

 Queen's Wood, Highgate at the source of the River Moselle

River Moselle Walk

Sunday, 23 June 2013 (All day)

A seven-mile walk with option of starting or finishing at the half way point.

Starting at the river’s source in Queen’s Wood, Highgate, the walk will go through Crouch End Open Spaces and...

Broadwater Farm Estate, Crouch End Open Spaces, Events, Harmony Gardens, High Road, Tottenham, Lordship Rec, Markfield Park, Noel Park Estate, Pistachio's Cafe, Priory Park, Queen's Wood, River Moselle, Signs of the River Moselle, Tottenham Cemetary, Vincent Road, Visible Moselle, Walks, Wood Green

'Tile kiln' huts in Priory Park

Second 'Tile Kiln Hut' in Priory Park

Saturday, 2 March 2013 - 10:30am to 2:30pm

Complete a second 'Tile Kiln Hut' with TCV and Twisted Stocking willow artists, hell-bent on creating relevant features of the Cottage Arts and...

Cottage Art & Crafts, Crafts, Events, Friends of Parks in Haringey, Friends of Priory Park, Pottery, Priory Park, Signs of the River Moselle, TCV, Tile Kiln, Visible Moselle

River Moselle source - Courtesy Theo Thomas, Thames21

Queen’s Wood – where the Moselle Starts, but Time Stands Still

There’s something quite magical being near the source of a river, whatever its size or location. It’s that sense of being at the beginning, with all that potential, just as the journey starts. I...

Clean Water, Concrete, Culvert, Daylighting, Ecology, Hidden Moselle, Highgate, Lordship Rec, Lost Rivers, River Lea, River Moselle, River Moselle Valley, River Thames, Signs of the River Moselle, Tottenham, Tributary, Visible Moselle

Brook House, Tottenham, circa 1954 - Courtesy: Bruce Castle Museum (Haringey Culture, Libraries and Learning)

'Watery Names'

Brook House (was on Tottenham High Road, demolished 1955)
Brook Place – not on any map; it was somewhere near Brook House and Moselle House
Brook Street and Brook Street Chapel – still...

Local History, Signs of the River Moselle, Watery Building Names, Watery Street Names, White Hart Lane

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