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The Artist Paulette Robinson (BA Fine Arts) is a local Haringey resident, Secondary School Teacher and Artist. She has recently started painting again having devoted most of her life to her beloved twin daughters and teaching. She has been on a journey of discovering her own Jamaican history as well educating herself about African roots.
If you know your history
Then you would know where you coming from
Then you wouldn’t have to ask me
Who the ‘eck do I think I am
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By Ashley Lydiate from Edible London
It is crucial that we, as a community, look to help those around us. Winter is a testing time for individuals and families who will need help to find bedding, suitable clothing and enough, wholesome and substantial food to eat. Edible London – a food growing and surplus distribution group based at Wolves Lane Horticultural Centre – is an organisation that helps. Within 6 months of starting up, Edible London have had a hand in feeding over 1000 homeless and vulnerable individuals.
For the first time prostate cancer has overtaken breast cancer in the number of cases being reported. One in four black men will develop prostate cancer. With this in mind the onus is therefore on men to have themselves checked as early as possible and in addition to learn and understand as much about prostate issues as they can.
For further information on natural foods that reduce this risk and ways to resolve your health challenges naturally.
Contact: Vasco Stevenson
(Holistic Wellness Consultant)
Its official winter is here!
The general response to the drop of temperature is to pull on layers of clothing to keep chills in the air at bay.
This action, shields against the cold, but slows down the skins natural exfoliation process.
Here is a recipe for a body scrub that can easily be made at home at a fraction of the cost of a similar shop brought product.
Diannia is a beauty qualified therapist, nail technician, make- up artist, nutrition and weight management advisor and lectures at the College of Haringey Enfield & North East London based in Tottenham.
Would you like to act as a model for students? Contact Diannia by email using D.Scantlebury@conel.ac.uk or by phone on 07985 637 006.
Dried hibiscus flowers known as sorrel is grown in the world’s tropical regions and ripe fruit are harvested at intervals then sun dried. Sorrel is enjoyed during the festive holiday in the Caribbean.
In Africa it’s consumed daily and known as Zobo in Nigeria, Karkada in Sudan & Egypt, Bissap in Senegal and the Gambia, and said to have been a preferred drink of the pharaohs.
Packed with nutrition, rich in Vitamin C, Calcium, and Iron it stimulates the intestinal and kidney function, and combats colds and flu. The deep red aromatic infusion has a unique refreshing citrus flavour which can be drank hot or cold.
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Layer warm comfortable fabrics vary the textures to create your own unique look.
• Brown & White Mud Cloth Jacket
• Green Red & White Welsh Skirt
• Mixture of bracelets & bangles (more the merrier )
• Tan & Black Faux Fur boots
• Electric Blue Silk Bold Floral Print Kimono with ethic print reversible knitted scarf.
• Hand made vintage purple white neck boarder jumper
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