Carpet Cleaning Services in Hornsey Vale N8

Carpet Cleaning in Hornsey Vale N8

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Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts

Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts is an independent drama school situated in the Wood Green area of North London. It was founded in 1945 by Peter Coxhead and Ralph Nossek as 'The Mountview Theatre Club', an amateur repertory company staging a new production for a six-day run every second week . Among the club's achievements were Coxhead's staging of Eugene O'Neill's Mourning Becomes Electra, a production of the complete Arnold Wesker Trilogy - Chicken Soup with Barley, Roots and I'm Talking about Jerusalem directed by Peter Scott-Smith - and Buttered Both Sides, a revue written and composed by Mountview member Ted Dicks and directed by Gale Webb, which later transferred to the Fortune Theatre in London's West End...

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Karamel Club

The Karamel Club is a small multi-purpose theatre/arts venue in Wood Green, London. It is part of the Chocolate Factory art centre, and hosts amateur, student and emerging theatrical, musical and film and comedy performances, as well as being a receiving house. It regularly features amateur and student performances of the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. * * *

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St Paul's, Harringay

The church of St Paul the Apostle, Wightman Road, Harringay, London, N4, serves a traditional anglo-catholic (Church of England) parish, in north London. In ecclesiastical terms the parish is part of the Edmonton Episcopal Area of the Diocese of London. In political terms the parish is in the London Borough of Haringey. In 1984 the nineteenth-century church building was destroyed by fire, and the present iconic building was opened in 1993, designed by London architects Peter Inskipp and Peter Jenkins...

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Hornsey Vale Reviews


Hornsey Vale News


  • Still not sure when the town's illuminations are due to be turned on? All you need to know about this year's Christmas lights switch-on is here.

  • A woman who treated a large cancerous wound on her cat’s leg with honey, which led to the animal having to have the leg amputated, has been disqualified from keeping animals for 12 months.

  • Staff, residents and visitors at a Northampton care home took part in a sponsored bike ride to raise money for Children in Need.

  • Youngsters at Roade Primary School have been raising money for the BBC's Children in Need appeal today.

  • Emergency services have this afternoon been called to the M1 northbound between junction 15A and junction 16 following a multi-vehicle crash.

  • A Corby police officer has been sacked for drink-driving.

  • A house was broken into in Briery Close, Great Oakley, yesterday (Thursday).

  • The Women’s Tour cycle race attracted 80,000 spectators and brought £1.75m to the county’s economy.

  • A three-month-old kitten is recovering after surviving a 300 mile journey from France to Britain trapped in the bumper of a Northampton couple's car.

  • A teenage boy is in a serious condition after being involved in a collision with a car in Rectory Farm, Northampton.

  • A major road through Northamptonshire has been closed after an explosive device believed to be from World War Two was discovered.

  • The mayor of Northampton councillor Gareth Eales and the mayoress, councillor Terrie Eales open the newly refurbished Paddington children's ward.

  • Officers are becoming increasingly concerned for a Northampton woman who has been missing since October.

  • A brick was used to smash the window of a house in Corby.

  • A Northamptonshire man believes the death of his mother from a urinary tract infection (UTI) could have been prevented if Northampton General Hospital staff had listened to his warnings about her condition.

  • Severe delays of up to 20 minutes have been reported around Northampton this morning due to temporary traffic lights on two major roads.

  • A group of young people on a Prince’s Trust programme in Northampton have worked together to renovate the facilities and garden of the St Mary’s scout hut, which plays host to about 50 children.

  • A Northamptonshire couple, who have been happily married for 76 years, are this week celebrating their 100th and 99th birthdays.

  • A group of young people on a Prince’s Trust programme in Northampton have worked together to renovate the facilities and garden of the St Mary’s scout hut, which plays host to about 50 children.

  • A Northampton builder and his axe-wielding tank Thor are gearing up to fight in the latest series of Robot Wars on Sunday.




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