ARC, the arts and culture branch of HPPG, will be running an Arts and Culture trail from the 10th – 19th May. If you would like to get involved, either exhibiting work, running a workshop or hosting a pop up event you are invited to a meeting/social on  Tuesday 5th Feb upstairs in the County Arms,

The Highams Park Society, the Friends of The Highams Park and The Highams Park Planning Group have set the dates for some community events in and around Highams Park during 2019 and we have prepared the events calendar below so you can put the dates in your diaries. We will also  put a copies in some of the

Waltham Forest Council has now launched its formal public consultation on the Highams Park Neighbourhood Plan (the HP Plan)  prepared by the Highams Park Planning Group. You have until 18th February to comment. This consultation is being run by the Council, so please do not respond to HPPG with any comments you may have. You

Waltham Forest Council has now launched its formal public consultation on the Highams Park Neighbourhood Plan (the HP Plan)  prepared by the Highams Park Planning Group. You have until 18th February to comment. You can view on comment on the HP Plan by clicking on the link below: http://walthamforest-consult.limehouse.co.uk/portal/pp/hp_np/highamsparknp

Regular Events Mondays, 3.45pm – 4.45pm (1-3 year olds); and 4.45pm – 5.45pm (4-8 year olds): Petite Productions. Fast paced theatrical fun. Contact www.petiteproductions.co.uk/contact for pricing and more information. Tuesday, 10.30am – 11.30am. Drop-In IT Sessions. No booking required. Tuesday, 4.30pm – 5.30pm: Petite Productions Musical Theatre Classes for 7-12 year olds. £8 per child

The 2019 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of The Highams Park Planning Group (HPPG) will be on Friday  15th February 2019 at 7:30 pm (doors open at 7:00 pm) at All Saints Church in Church Avenue, Highams Park. Please note that the meeting is in the Church itself and not the Church Hall. You are all invited to attend. The meeting will

We have made a big step forward and have now formally submitted the Highams Park Plan (the HP Plan) to the Council. The Council are currently undertaking due diligence on the documents that we have submitted to them and are aiming to launch a six week public consultation in early January 2019. The submission version

1. Survey – Street Tree Planting in Highams Park Many residents have expressed concerns about the number of street trees that have been felled in Highams Park in recent years. This first survey seeks your views as to which streets in Highams Park have been depleted of trees in recent years and which you think

Please find below details of some upcoming community events and activities: 1. The Highams Park Jumble Trail It’s not too late to book your pitch for the Highams Park Jumble Trail on Sunday 8th July by emailing highamsparke4@gmail.com. There is a small pitch fee of £5 to cover advertising materials and maps of the jumble trail.

As part of our ongoing efforts to support our local library, we included below a list of the upcoming activities at Hale End library in June. Also, Mischief Making Max from the Total Insight Theatre, is visiting Hale End on Friday 27th July at 11am as part of the Summer Reading Challenge. Max is 6 and loves making

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