Notes: 10th March 2022

The March N2United meeting saw East Finchley Constitutional Club host another action-packed meeting, including an appearance from Councillor Alison Moore who kept everyone in the loop about the goings on in the local area, including everyone’s favourite topic, the cycle lanes!

Clockwise from top left: Roger Chapman of EFCT, Mike Hughes of East Finchley Festival CIC. and update from Erini Rodis of Grange Big Local.

East Finchley Community Trust
Roger Chapman covered topics from the recently launched East Finchley Pollinator Project, which aims to plant 100,000 flowers in the hope of creating pollinator trails and “nectar cafes” in East Finchley, to East Finchley’s ‘Town Team’ bid that would help increase footfall on the High Road and around.
ILoveN2.co.uk/community-organisations/east-finchley-community-trust/

East Finchley Festival CIC
Alison Roberts and Mike Hughes gave an exciting presentation about the upcoming festival to be held on Sunday 19 June in Cherry Tree Wood, inviting involvement and sponsorship from local businesses.
eastfinchleyfestival.org/sponsorship

N2 Food Project – Giuseppe Sollo
Help the N2 Food project continue to make gourmet food to feed the hungry.  They need volunteers to help cook the meals, every Saturday and Sunday at Martin Primary School kitchen. 
ILoveN2.co.uk/Food-Project

 The Archer – Diana Cormack
The “glue of the community” local paper is run completely by volunteers and can always do with a hand when delivering the 10,000 copies a month. 
www.the-archer.co.uk


‘Secrets of Success’ at the April meeting we’ll hear from three local businesses that launched during the pandemic and have succeeded against the odds.