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Haringey Friends of Parks Forum is demanding 'No To Cuts In Haringey's Parks!'. As the Council consults over compulsory staff redundancies, park lovers launch a protest petition against 'unrealistic, irresponsible and destructive' cuts to staffing and budgets.


Join the Protest March and the Rally at the Civic Centre - Monday 17th January

5.30pm - March from Ducketts Common, Turnpike Lane tube. Called by Haringey Council Trades Unions. All welcome. Please bring banners!

6.30pm - General Rally outside the full Council meeting, Civic Centre, N22
Bring friends, workmates and neighbours - and your own placards and banners. Please try to ensure your local group or organisation is there. Organised by HAPS - and backed by the Save Haringey's Youth Centres campaign.

7.30pm - Support the deputations due to address all the Councillors inside the Civic Centre.


Topman UKUNCUT Protest wood greenAn angry crowd of Haringey residents marched on Wood Green Topman and Boots shops this morning (Sat 4th Dec) in protest against the corporations' tax-dodging activities and against the government's cuts. Protesters gathered outside Boots with placards, leaflets and a banner reading “Make corporations not people pay”.


Vodafone protest against the cutsVodafone's flagship store on Oxford Street has this morning (27 Oct) been occupied by people protesting at its avoidance of a £6bn tax bill having routed money through a Luxemburg subsidiary. At a time when the country is facing savage cuts it's clear there's one law for the rich and corporate and another for the rest of us.

More actions are planned - expect to see more especially this saturday!

Links: Follow Action Against the Cuts on Twitter ¦ Vodafone tax avoidance - background info

Local residents and workers responded to a call by Haringey Alliance for Public Services, and marched to a rally at the Civic Centre in Wood Green.

At the rally, on Monday 18th October, protestors called on Haringey councillors to demand adequate government funding, reject privatisation, and oppose and refuse to implement cuts - or resign.