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Tower Gardens is located in north London on the border between Tottenham and Wood Green. The estate was constructed between 1904 and 1911 to the radical Garden Suburb ideals of Architect W. E. Riley. Tower Gardens was given Conservation Area status due to its unique Architectural approach and the quality of construction of its properties.

 

 

 

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Tower Gardens N17

Feed wild foxes?
Foxes are wild animals and should remain so. They are extremely adaptable, so that today they can live in close proximity to the people and get along well in the settlement area. Foxes are omnivores. In addition to mice, birds and earthworms, they also eat fruit, berries and waste. B. of compost heaps. The food supply in the settlement area is therefore plentiful even in winter and should not be artificially increased.

Too much closeness can be dangerous
When foxes are fed, they get used to humans even more and lose their natural awe. Tame foxes, however, always cause problems and therefore often have to be shot. Because not all people enjoy foxes, the trustingly walk into the house or participate in the barbecue in the garden. Transmission of parasites and diseases is more likely to be possible in such close contact with a wild animal (read more).

Do not feed foxes!
For an unproblematic coexistence of foxes and humans in the settlement area it must be prevented, that foxes become tame.
Do not feed foxes.
Shoo foxes that show signs of tameness out of your garden.
Wild animals like foxes do not belong in human homes!

Further questions
Why do foxes live in the settlement area?
Do foxes attack humans?
How can I watch foxes?
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COMING UP NEXT WEEK at Bruce Castle ...

EVENING TALK
Wednesday 5 June, 7.30pm

BLACK BRITONS IN ART, 1780 - 1840

by Dr Jan Marsh, writer, curator, and 19th century portraiture specialist

In the long decades of the Abolitionist campaigns against British and American slavery during the late 1700s and 1800s, citizens of African ancestry were a very visible presence in London, and were depicted by white artists in a variety of visual images from oil paintings to illustrations. This talk by Jan Marsh, the curator of the Black Victorians exhibition, brings their images into view.

The talk accompanies the current exhibition at Bruce Castle Museum, 'Black Georgian Londoners: Portraits, People and Perceptions', which brings together a rare collection of black portraiture and shows the depth of the black presence and communities in this country.

Dr Jan Marsh was the curator and author of 'Black Victorians: black people in British Art 1800-1900' (published by Manchester Art Gallery and Lund Humphries, 2005). She works at the National Portrait Gallery and lives in Haringey.

Doors open 7pm.

Refreshments available.

Kindly supported by the Fellowship of St John and the Friends of Bruce Castle

Bruce Castle Museum, Lordship Lane, Tottenham, N17 8NU
020 8808 8772
museum.services@haringey.gov.uk
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