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  1. Tuesday and Wednesday 4- 5.30pm for Juniors, 5.30-7pm for Seniors
    Volunteer Police Cadets Logo The Volunteer Police Cadets is the nationally recognized police uniformed youth group throughout the UK. The purpose of the VPC is not to recruit police officers of the future although there is a pathway to do that, but to encourage the spirit of adventure and good…
  2. Islington North Constituency Labour Party (CLP) has over 4,000 members and is run by volunteers with a part time campaign organiser. Our range of activities includes campaigning, political education, equalities groups, policy discussions and social events. Whilst our focus is on Islington North, we have…
  3. Islington businesses with licenses to sell alcohol are strongly encouraged to join one of the borough's pub watch schemes. The aim of Pubwatch is to encourage a safe, secure social drinking environment in all licensed premises and help to reduce drink-related crime. Licensees from pubs,…
  4. You can report any street or park tree enquiry through Contact Islington. Your details will be logged and one of the tree service team will contact you regarding your enquiry. All enquiries relating to trees on land managed by Islington Council should be directed to either your local…
  5. In urban environments, we are surrounded by different types of pollution on a daily basis. Air, water, land and noise pollution can impact quality of life, create health concerns and harm the natural environment. Islington Council’s Pollution Service monitors and initiates improvements in the local…
  6. The animal welfare service can give help or advice about the care of animals. The service also investigates complaints about stray dogs, dangerous dogs and animal cruelty. All complaints are investigated in accordance with the Regulators’ Compliance Code and Enforcement Concordat. If you find a…
  7. School term time, Monday to Friday, 3.30-6.30pm; Saturday, 12pm to 2pm and 3pm to 5pm (school term) Closed for an hour for lunch and cleaning. School Holiday and Half Term: Monday to Friday 10.30am to 5.30pm.
    Toffee Park has a zip wire, an echo slide, and swings of all shapes and sizes. We have a pond where frogs live and a round hedgerow where we have bonfires. Play is free here. Islington Play Association's adventure playgrounds are unique spaces dedicated to…
  8. School term time, Monday to Friday, 3.30-6.30pm; Saturday, 12-5pm. School Holiday and Half Term: Monday to Friday 10.30am to 5.30pm.
    Crumbles Castle is has an actual castle on site! Children play above ground in a network of exciting treetop structures. We encourage child-led play experiences outdoors in all types of weather and throughout the seasons. Islington’s adventure playgrounds are open for outdoor play sessions with social…
  9. The council’s current policy is that heating provided through communal boilers is turned on in late September and turned off towards the end of May. This ‘heating season’ lasts for 36 weeks per year with heating provided for 18 hours per day between 6am and…
  10. Islington Building Control delivers its service through a team of experienced and highly qualified surveyors and a group of knowledgeable and efficient technical support officers. We offer a customer-focused service, tailored to the needs of individual customers. At the beginning of your project we will assign…
  11. In urban environments, we are surrounded by different types of pollution on a daily basis. Air, water, land and noise pollution can impact quality of life, create health concerns and harm the natural environment. Islington Council’s Pollution Service monitors and initiates improvements in the local…
  12. The responsibility for regulating gambling in the borough is shared between the Gambling Commission and Islington Council. The Gambling Commission is responsible for issuing operating licences to organisations and individuals that provide facilities for gambling and personal licences to persons working in the gambling industry.…
  13. Islington has a Private Finance Initiative (PFI) partnership with SSE Contracting to deliver public lighting services across Islington’s highway network. Street lights, illuminated road signs or illuminated traffic bollards which have been damaged or have wiring exposed can be extremely dangerous and should be reported immediately…
  14. Opening times for each of the 10 libraries vary. Go to the Libraries webpage see individual library details.
    Islington has 10 libraries. Our aim is to encourage children and young people to enjoy reading and to support their learning through activities and events: Baby Bounce rhyme times (0-18 months) at every library Under 5s story times (1-4 years) at every library Toy libraries…
  15. Monday: 9.30am to 8pm; Tuesday: 9.30am to 5pm; Wednesday: 9.30am to 8pm; Thursday: 9.30am to 1pm; Friday: 9.30am to 5pm; Saturday: 9.30am to 5pm; Saturday: 9.30am to 5pm.Baby Bounce: Tuesday, 11am; Under 5s: Thursday, 11amHomework Club: Wednesday, 4-7pm
    Public library services. See opening times for activities for children, young people and families. Books, Audio Books, large Print books. Online resources, eBooks and eAudio. eMagazines eNewspapers Free public Wi-Fi, 13 Free Public computers and Internet access. Study tables and quiet study area. Print from…
  16. Monday: Closed; Tuesday: 9:30am to 8pm; Wednedsday: Closed; Thursday 9:30am to 8pm; Friday: 9.30am to 1pm; Saturday 11am to 5pm; Sunday: Closed.Baby Bounce: Friday, 11am; Under 5s: Tuesday, 11am; Toy Library: Tuesday, 11.30amHomework Club: Tuesday, 4-7pm
    Public library services. See opening times for activities for children, young people and families. Books,  Audio Books, large Print books. Online resources, eBooks and eAudio. eMagazines and eNewspapers Free public Wi-Fi,  8 Free Public computers and Internet access. Study tables and quiet study area. Print…
  17. Monday: 9.30am to 8pm; Tuesday: Closed; Wednesday: 9.30am to 8pm; Thursday: Closed; Friday: 9.30am to 5pm; Saturday 9.30am to 5pm; Sunday: ClosedBaby Bounce: Friday, 11am; Under 5s: Monday, 11am.Homework Club: Wednesday, 4-7pm
    Public library services. See opening times for activities for children, young people and families. Books,  Audio Books, large Print books. Online resources, eBooks and eAudio. eMagazines and eNewspapers Free public Wi-Fi, 8 Free Public computers and Internet access. Study tables and quiet study area. Print…
  18. Monday: 9.30am to 1pm; Tuesday: 9.30am to 8pm; Wednesday: Closed; Thursday: 9.30am to 8pm; Friday: Closed; Saturday: 11am to 5pm; Sunday: Closed. Baby Bounce: Thursday, 11am; Under 5s: Tuesday, 11am; Toy Library: Thursday, 11.30am. Homework Club: Tuesday, 4-7pm
    Public library services. See opening times for activities for children, young people and families. Books, Audio Books, large Print books. Online resources, eBooks and eAudio. eMagazines eNewspapers Free public Wi-Fi, 8 Free Public computers and Internet access. Study tables Print from computers. Photocopier. Scanning to…
  19. Monday: 9.30am to 7pm; Tuesday: Closed; Wednesday, 9.30am to 7pm; Thursday: Closed; Friday: 9.30am to 1pm; Saturday: 11am to 5pm.Homework Club: Monday, 4-7pmReading Club (8-10 year olds) 1st Tuesday of the month, 4pm to 5pm. Baby Bounce Rhyme Time: Monday, 11amUnder 5s Stories and Songs: Wednesday, 11am
    The Lewis Carroll Children's Library offers a wide range of books, Audio CDs, PCs,  magazines and fun activities for children, young people, parents and carers. See opening times for activities for children, young people and families.
  20. Monday 9.00am to 8pm; Tuesday 9.00am to 5pm; Wednesday 9.00am to 5pm; Thursday 9.00am to 8pm; Friday: 9.00am to 5pm; Saturday 9.00am to 5pm; Sunday: Closed. Baby Bounce: Thursday, 11.00am; Under 5s: Tuesday, 11am. Homework Club:
    Public library services. See opening times for activities for children, young people and families. Books,  Audio Books, large Print books. Online resources, eBooks and eAudio, eMagazines and newspapers  Free public Wi-Fi, 9 Free Public computers and Internet access. Study tables. Print from computers. Photocopier. Scanning…
  21. Monday: 9:30am to 8pm; Tuesday: Closed; Wednesday: 9.30am to 8pm; Thursday: Closed; Friday: 9:30am to 5pm; Saturday: 9:30am to 5pm; Sun: Closed. Baby Bounce: Monday, 11am; Under 5s: Wednesday, 11am. Homework Club: Monday, 4-7pm
    Public library services. See opening times for activities for children, young people and families. Books,  Audio Books, large Print books. Online resources, eBooks and eAudio, eMagazines and newspapers  Free public Wi-Fi, 8 Free Public computers and Internet access. Study tables. Print from computers. Photocopier. Scanning…
  22. The responsibility for regulating gambling in the borough is shared between the Gambling Commission and Islington Council. The Gambling Commission is responsible for issuing operating licences to organisations and individuals that provide facilities for gambling and personal licences to persons working in the gambling industry.…
  23. If you would like to appeal against the decision about your housing benefit you must write to the Benefits Service within one month of the date of the decision letter. You can: complete the online form visit us at one of our Area Housing Offices write…
  24. The Data Protection Act 1998 was introduced to protect personal data about you by setting rules and conditions which all bodies, such as Islington Council (the Act calls us Data Controllers) must obey when obtaining and using information about you. The Act also provides you…
  25. Islington Building Control delivers its service through a team of experienced and highly qualified surveyors and a group of knowledgeable and efficient technical support officers. We offer a customer-focused service, tailored to the needs of individual customers. At the beginning of your project we will assign…
  26. The council can enforce dropped kerbs that allow access to and from a roadside property or that are part of a pedestrian crossing. If you have a dropped kerb outside your home and a vehicle is regularly parked across it you can make an enforcement…
  27. The Electoral Services team are responsible for producing the annual electoral register – the list of all Islington residents eligible to vote and for the monthly registration process that runs from 1 December to mid-August. The team also manages and organises all local, Parliamentary and European…
  28. You can now report fly-tipping online using the Clean Islington app, which is available for free for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone via app stores. Fly-tipping is "the illegal/unlawful deposit of any waste onto land with no licence to accept waste". It includes anything from…