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My Town Robert BridgeHi, my names Robert Bridge. My town is Tottenham,

So where is Tottenham, UK?

Tottenham is a district located in the London Borough of Haringey, in the north of the city of London, England. It is situated about 7 miles (11 km) north of the city centre and is known for its diverse population, vibrant arts and culture scene, and football team, Tottenham Hotspur.

Tottenham is bordered by the districts of Wood Green to the north, Edmonton to the east, and Tottenham Hale to the south. It is easily accessible by public transportation, with several train and underground stations serving the area.

What are the interesting things in Tottenham, UK?

There are many interesting things to see and do in Tottenham, UK. Some highlights include:

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: This is the home of Tottenham Hotspur football club, one of the most successful teams in the English Premier League. The stadium offers guided tours, which give visitors a behind-the-scenes look at the facilities and offer the chance to see the players’ dressing rooms and walk through the tunnel onto the pitch.

The Bruce Castle Museum: This museum is located in a 16th-century manor house and offers a fascinating insight into the history of Tottenham and the surrounding area. It has a collection of local artefact’s, including a rare Tudor wheel lock musket and a Victorian apothecary’s shop.

The Burroughs: This is a bustling local market that has been operating since the 19th century. It offers a wide range of fresh produce, clothing, and household goods, as well as a food court with a variety of cuisines.

The Lioness Statue: Located in the heart of Tottenham, this statue pays tribute to the brave women who worked in the local munitions factories during World War II. The statue is made from melted down shell casings, and the surrounding area is a popular spot for picnics and outdoor events.

Tottenham Green: This is a public park located in the centre of Tottenham, offering a peaceful and green space for residents and visitors to enjoy. It has a children’s playground, a community garden, and a café.

Overall, Tottenham is a vibrant and diverse area with a rich history and a thriving community. Whether you’re interested in sports, history, culture, or just exploring a new part of London, there is something for everyone in Tottenham.

How to get to Tottenham, UK from Oxford Circus?

There are several ways to get to Tottenham, UK from Oxford Circus, depending on your preferences and how much time you have. Here are some options:

By underground: The quickest and most convenient way to get from Oxford Circus to Tottenham is to take the Victoria line on the London Underground. From Oxford Circus station, take the Victoria line northbound to Seven Sisters, which is the nearest station to Tottenham. The journey takes about 30 minutes and trains run every few minutes.

By bus: Another option is to take a bus from Oxford Circus to Tottenham. The buses that run from Oxford Circus to Tottenham are the 123, 149, and 259. The journey takes about an hour, depending on traffic.

By car: If you have a car, you can drive from Oxford Circus to Tottenham. The journey takes about 30 minutes, depending on traffic. From Oxford Circus, take Regent Street and A501 to Tottenham Court Road, then continue on Tottenham Court Road and turn left onto A10.

Overall, the easiest way to get from Oxford Circus to Tottenham is to take the underground. This is the quickest and most convenient option, and it allows you to avoid traffic and enjoy the sights of London along the way.

Historical sites in Tottenham?

There are several historical sites in Tottenham, UK that are worth visiting. Some of the most notable sites include:

Bruce Castle: This is a 16th-century manor house that is now a museum, showcasing the history of Tottenham and the surrounding area. The building has a rich history, and was once the home of Lady Mary Hastings, mistress of King James I. It is a Grade I listed building and is open to the public.

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Tottenham Court Road: This is a historic street that has been in existence since the Middle Ages. It is known for its association with the pottery and ceramics industry, and was once home to many of the major pottery factories in London. Today, the street is a busy commercial hub, with shops, restaurants, and office buildings.


Tottenham Town Hall: This is a historic building that was built in the 19th century and is now a Grade II listed building. It is located on the High Road, the main thoroughfare of Tottenham, and is an imposing and impressive structure. The building is currently used as a community centre, and is open to the public for events and exhibitions.

Jamie Oliver Restaurant St PaulsSt Ann’s Church: This is a historic church that was built in the 18th century and is now a Grade II listed building. It is located on the High Road, and is an important landmark in Tottenham. The church is known for its beautiful architecture and its association with the local community. It is open to the public for worship and for events and exhibitions.

Overall, Tottenham has a rich and fascinating history, and there are many historical sites that are worth visiting. Whether you’re interested in architecture, local history, or just exploring the area, there is something for everyone in Tottenham.

What is the governance structure of Tottenham, UK?

Tottenham is a district located in the London Borough of Haringey, in the north of the city of London, England. The governance structure of Tottenham is determined by the local government system in the United Kingdom.

At the national level, the United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy, with Queen Elizabeth II as the head of state. The government is headed by the Prime Minister, who is appointed by the Queen on the advice of the House of Commons. The Parliament of the United Kingdom, which consists of the House of Commons and the House of Lords, is responsible for making laws and overseeing the work of the government.

At the local level, Tottenham is part of the London Borough of Haringey. The London boroughs are the local authorities that are responsible for providing services to the residents of their areas. The London Borough of Haringey is governed by the Haringey Council, which is made up of elected councillors who represent the different wards within the borough. The council is responsible for a wide range of services, including education, housing, transport, social services, and environmental health.

In summary, the governance structure of Tottenham is determined by the national and local government systems in the United Kingdom. The district is part of the London Borough of Haringey, which is responsible for providing services to its residents.

What is the population of Tottenham, UK?

Tottenham is a district located in the London Borough of Haringey, in the north of the city of London, England. According to the most recent population estimates, the population of Tottenham is approximately 83,000. This makes it one of the larger districts in London, and a significant part of the overall population of the city. Tottenham is known for its diverse population, with a mix of different ethnicities, ages, and socio-economic backgrounds. It is a vibrant and dynamic area, with a thriving community and a rich cultural heritage.


Summertime UK Time Updates Announcements Breaking The Silence

Hi, my name’s Robert Bridge. Is 2021, we’re in the middle of the Summertime here in the UK. In today’s long overdue entry there are a few announcements to make, various updates, nothing too serious. Thanks for reading.

Is been warm, Summertime is nice in the UK, yes the weather has always been unpredictable compared to say Iceland or the Sahara. We have an ice hotel completed in London central, Leicester Square and tourists going local visiting the British Riviera.

We are seeing online secret hotspots around Europe too, reminding us that we are not alone in travel restrictions.

I seen a lovely beach in Eastern block for example the other day on Instagram, really sunny, 100’s of people crammed on the beaches, swimming in the ocean and paragliding in the skies.

It looked really exciting, made me proud of these people capturing all this fun on camera.

Social isolation has for some been the new normal for 16 month’s or more, recommendation’s are now changing and less conflicting messages broadcast on mainstream news.

For many these new rules did not apply.

My point is there is always a way around things, just depends on what you personally believe, who your peers are that you seek to comfort and of course your resource’s available.

Be it relationship’s, work privilege, diplomatic immunity or just lucky in being the right place, at the right time, spur of the moment kind of accuracy.

Me I still very similar to how it was before. Having a roof over your head helps especially in a stable environment where food is on shelves and parks are still open. Happy days.

The future Jumanji is interesting. The Hunger Games interest’s me too and The Purge.

It is on like Donkey Kong as been mentioned, easily traceable in local news and something to be mindful of on the street with passers by.

The displacement that is happening here in London is something we are ready for. The readiness was not financed by ourselves, is funded by countries who planned this these past few years.

New construction implicates this with unusual and exciting from the outside looking in properties.

The skies are the same, the usual flying objects above hovering outside my window.

Nothing has changed, even on a clear day is difficult for me to make out what’s in front of me.

Like many I too have to wear glasses, without them from a distance much is blurred.

Is great though I love listening to various things including; music, people, people of power or influence, the birds chitter chattering,

Mutley barking and the boiling of the kettle. Helicopters are loud, luckily though you only see one or two at any given time.

A blue sky and a bursting sun is like a Picasso to me.

This blog, like many blogs has some new things that need adding which requires using the Chrome browser and a Google suggested extension app to implement the code on.

Is an Analytics plugin, so if this is something important to you, you might want to look into adding yourself. Is called Google Insights.

Also the design needs redesigning, making it look more professional, utilising some nice rightly sized, tagged and compressed images to add contrast and seem more artistic.

As you can see I like writing so that is not much of a problem. However if I was selling something, this kind of rambling would only confuse the buyers.

Finally I would just like to apologise for not updating and blogging regularly.

As you can see there is not much substance to this update and as I said at the beginning this is nothing serious.

Just wanted to let you know where I am at, how the weather is here in UK, and that I still alive, churning away on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Again thanks for reading and have a lovely Summertime wherever you are, what your circumstances are or who you’ve loved and lost.

Stay happy.
Robert Bridge

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May Day Updates SoundCloud Pet Talk

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Media Marketing Communications III podcast. The third one afraid in on SoundCoud rather than Podbean. Listen in a find out all sorts of stuff from my mindful babble.

Hiya and welcome to this weeks media marketing communications blurbs. My hope is to ignite and transpire that spark that lives in all of us. We are all Firestarters, the consequent occurance of events creates allsorts of stuff. If you listen to my 20 minute blurbs you might be able to be, do or have anything. A disclaimer for the FTC in America is that I know nothing, I am not a fizzy drink or Caesar Cezanne and any academic knowledge shared is nothing new. Infact most of it is three years old, some of this is years out of date andd allsorts of other examples.

When you look into mainstream media you find oligopoly and monopolies swearing allegiance to allsorts of mixed messages. Often missing crucial news to stop contenders of the public getting rammed in the ring.

Since the beginning of time we have seen the red carpet be pulled from underneath the feet of normal citizens. People falling left, right and centre to allsorts of stuff. And as the red flag raises, be mindful of the hooks, sinks and troughs people send out. Like the Argentinean Isles you could find yourself stuck in that damp trench for days and no one will find you.

Whatever your trip is: health, wealth, survival and other readings this will complement that. So please place on those headphones and set aside 20 minutes of your busy day listen to my meanderings.

Yours in Blogging Media through blurbs and podcasts,

Robert Bridge

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Make Money Online Blogging Using Media Studies

Make Money Online With Robert Bridge Blogging From The Tub Using Media Studies To Improve Media Marketing Communications. Robert Bridge has for nine years studied media studies
regular readers and those studying or studied media, this post is for you.

You spend so much money on education, so why not get a return on investment. Imagine doing this whilst relaxing and soaking by blogging from the tub. The disciplines needed to understand mass media like academics is always changing.

Every year new publications are released or updated. Students outside of wikipedia are looking for essay ideas. This is something to think about whilst blogging from the tub.


Expo Event in Olympia Twitter

This week I went to the Expo event in Olympia, it was really good so I will share some recent Twitter shares that I and others created during the event. I had the pleasure of listening to a couple of speakers in the speaker room and handed out a handful of cvs. Hi my name is Robert Bridge admin here at Media Marketing Communications. Thanks for visiting.

In this post I will also share my latest podcast, a reading from Finnegans Wake that I have just recorded for you to listen to and there also embedded Tweets from my Twitter stream from the Expo Event in Olympia, London 2014 held 1st – 2nd October.

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There were actually two events held simultaneous to one another. eCommerce and Customer Services each equally as good as the other just depended what you are into and the companies that you like to connect with regularly. I definitely recommend these sorts of events. On with the Tweets:

Photo’s from Day One Expo Event in Olympia via Twitter.

This is the entrance of the customer services on day one in the afternoon. The photo was taken by the security guard.

This is a photograph of Key Note Speakers having a quick chat about the mistakes that can be made when presenting your eCommerce media business to the world. It also falls under the category I suppose of wedding photographs. Well it was announced so I included in Twitter entry. Congratulations to Ivan from Ometria for taking the plundge (guy on the left is getting married in the morning) today, great speaker very organised and projects voice very well.

This is a picture of Kris who works for ZenDesk he was speaking in the customers services BT Talk cubby about recruitment and the things he looks out for in people when recruiting. We had a quick chat afterwards which I valued too, good tips and decent chap.

This is a great presentation with more tweets compiled on Storify about the Expo Event in Olympia Twitter.

Two amazing people who were on the team running the event. Tom gave me some great tips about sales and his wife was so cool too.

Coffee there was really good and a take away dutch waffle was nice too. Coffee and really nice cookies at the London Expo Olympia Event.

End of the day photograph of one of the main media speaker booths in the customer services section.

Plantronics headphones were there this is one of there many popular tweets. I definitely recommend these headsets for Skype and Google Hangouts, Dragon Software or anyone needing dictation learning disabilities etc. I need a new set so will investigate again at a later date. Thanks Plantronics another nice company.

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I reccomended this to a couple of people on the way to the conference and some people in the conference so thought it nice to embed in this post too. Great mobile making app great for media marketing communications online.


News now get excited

Hi my name is Robert Bridge. The news now is about websites designed the old WordPress way. There are many people looking around trying to find the best solutions to present themselves on the Internet. WordPress is one of those places you do do exactly that. I have spent years searching about looking for various solutions to making a website look nice. Now I am prepared to share with you as much as what I have learned from the front end and the backend of design. If this seeming a bit like I am blowing my own trumpet then maybe I am. Ask me and I will do my best to give you an answer. If you want to hire my services first make an appointment here. Or you can try and book a payment plan here.