Community, non-profit and voluntary organisations and groups in East Finchley.
|Arts & Entertainment|
| East Finchley Arts Festival|
A one week festival of music, performance and art, which takes place in All Saints Church, Durham Road, N2.
| East Finchley Festival|
Free volunteer-run one-day community festival in Cherry Tree Wood, attracting thousands of visitors, with two music/performance stages, bar, good food, kids’ activities, 80+ stalls.
| East Finchley Open Artists|
A collective of creatives from N2 and beyond, staging events and exhibitions.
A charity to create and care for a community garden on Tarling Road, N2.
|Friends of Cherry Tree Wood|
A charity established to protect and enhance this beautiful park and ancient wood in East Finchley.
|Friends of Coldfall Wood|
A group of volunteers protecting and enhancing Coldfall Wood and Muswell Hill Playing Fields.
| Grange Big Local|
Lottery funded community project covering a small pocket at the northernmost end of East Finchley, between Church Lane, East End Road, the High Road and NCR.
|News & Magazines|
| The Archer|
Volunteer-run community newspaper, delivered free to 10,000 homes in N2. Founded 1993.
| Village Raw|
Non-profit free arts and community magazine for East Finchley, Muswell Hill, Highgate and Crouch End.
|Social & Learning|
|East Finchley Book Club|
N2-based book club meeting every three weeks (currently online).
|Five Bells Computer Club|
Support for those who want to learn how to get connected. Email for more information: email@example.com
A group of runners who combine exercise with helping communities.
|East Finchley Altogether Better (EFAB)|
Volunteer group aiming to reduce isolation by creating opportunities. Previously ran Silver service, Cookery club, Talk and Walk.
| East Finchley Community Trust|
Charity established to support East Finchley’s community. Previously involved with East Finchley Festival and many other local initiatives.
| East Finchley Neighbourhood Support|
Grassroots community group formed in 2020 to assist neighbours across N2 during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Currently running The Food Project.
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