HiT adapts to the ‘new normal’

Hope in Tottenham Director Rev. John Wood MBE acknowledges the changes HiT have made in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. On March 16th the Trampery, who manages the building on Tottenham High Road where our HiT office is located, told all its tenants they were shutting down the space until further notice. Four daysRead more

Hope In Tottenham thanks partners for raising over £10,000 in Autumn Appeal

With its immediate future now secure, the charity refocuses efforts towards helping the community which helped them.   Hope in Tottenham is proud and thankful to announce that its latest round of community funding raised over £10,000 by spring 2020. Aiming to make HiT sustainable for the immediate future, the Autumn Appeal was an effortRead more

Seven Sisters School start second day of HiT Schools Festival 2019

Steel pans playing ‘Lil NasX’s ‘Old Town Road’ and the 400 children who sang in harmony best capture the elated atmosphere of the festival’s second day, as students from Seven Sisters and Chestnuts took centre stage. With opening words from headteacher Ms Emma Murray, celebrations began with an exhibition of contemporary & Hip hop dancingRead more

The Willows and Risley Avenue open Hope in Tottenham’s 2019 Schools Festival

The Willows and Risley Avenue celebrate day one of Hope in Tottenham Schools Festival 2019. A police van, six TSG officers and a pair of crowd control, horse-mounted officers surround The Willows School on Broadwater Farm. Years ago this would have been a concerning spectacle, but today it is the set of an Arts festivalRead more