Local Alerts

Message Fom A Neighbour

Thank you to the Glasslyn Road resident who sent GMTRA the following message: Just as a heads up and reporting purposes only, after calling the police I tracked a gentleman up Glasslyn Road towards Montenotte Road yesterday (Friday circa midday) who was trying every car door and checking out every pathway.  He was clearly drunk …

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Be Alert Recent Car Theft

Watch Out! ​A visitor’s black Range Rover which was parked alongside the tree outside 63/65 Glasslyn Road was stolen on the night Tuesday 30th November. Please get in touch if you saw anything.  

Message From Hornsey Club

Chris Waite, Hornsey Club President, has advised us there will be a party at the Club on Friday, 3 December from 7.30 to 11.30pm. There will be music played in the clubhouse and guests will be asked to leave as quietly as possible. Updating Our Contacts List GMTRA’s contact list does not have email addresses …

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WATCH OUT!

About an hour ago a man checked out the door of a basement flat in Glasslyn Road and alarmed the occupant by peering through their letterbox. Take Care Perhaps a reminder to keep windows and doors securely locked.

Watch Out: Parking Fines About !

Currently there is one in Montenotte Road near the entrance to the allotments In Glasslyn Road there is suspension of parking outside 32, 34, 36, 31, 33 & 1 to light columns Wed/20-Thu/22 8.00am to 4.30pm suspension of residents parking bays for UTILITY WORK – CADENT GAS outside 18, 20 & 22 which starts Fri/22 and …

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School Open Evening

We’ve been advised Highgate Wood School’s traditional open evening tomorrow, Thursday 14 October. Whilst they ask families to leave their cars at home they’ve reminded us there are always a few who bring them and cause disruption. They’ve asked me to please pass on their apologies in advance to residents and explain that they do …

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Neighbourhood Watch

Yesterday I attended a Microsoft Teams Meeting with our local Police Coordinator and local Safer Neighbourhood Police Team Sergeant. This 30 minute meeting was set up because they felt coordinators had been raising questions concerning the new way they deal with Neighbourhood Watch. Nowadays they simply send Neighbourhood Watch groups a monthly newsletter (one side …

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