Winter 2019

from the editor

Dear Readers

Welcome to the winter edition of 4U2 your community and enterprise newsmag.

The end of the year is within sight and what a year it’s been. We are sharing some of the exciting things that have been made happening in our community.

Haringey FC walked off the pitch and stood firm against

racism letting all who care to listen we have a choice

and won’t disrespect anyone in the name of sport. This

action was praised by a formidable panel discussion

with a host of special guest at an evening honouring the

life and legacy of the late footballer Laurie Cunningham.

The event was hosted at Marcus Garvey library by the

charity Kick It out and Haringey council.

One panel guest, Rodney Hinds, longstanding sports

editor of Britain’s leading black newspaper ‘The Voice for over 19 years. He spent a long time in Tottenham as a young journalist as the first paper he wrote for, the West Indian World had its office firmly based in West Green Road Tottenham.

In September 2019 he was recognised for his work

when winning the Lifetime Achievement Award at the

National Diversity Awards in Liverpool.

We’ve been supporting Tottenham Silver Active who

offer free exercise classes engaging residents to feel

good, meet new friends and maintain a happy lifestyle.

In Need to Know, Alecia Shares a Ray of Light as the

weather changes this can alter the mood of many individuals living with Seasonal Affective Disorder S. A.D

Isac’s vegan truffle recipe will need to be shared far too

delicious for the few, log on www.4u2newsmag for

Family Vegan Festive menu created by Silverstone


Dianna’s winter wonder foot scrub provides total bliss at

the end of a long day and can be gifted.

2020 calling 200 voices of local women to discuss and

train as advocates to dispel the stigma around getting

older and celebrate the menopause journey.

Enjoy the read and from all of us at 4U2 we wish you an

engaging holiday and positive determined 2020.