How to find us

SEW location

FIND US EASILY, from Victoria Line or Picadilly Line,

Catch the W4 Bus at Turnpike Lane, Wood Green, Tottenham Hale, Seven Sisters or Bruce Grove stations, and get off at the Broadwater Farm Estate  Bus Stop by the Medical Centre. CS4 is located across the road.

Our address is

Creative Studio4, Broadwater Farm Enterprise,

Tottenham, London N17 6NG, Phone: 0793 1729812

SEW location and programme

SEW location



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On Wednesday 22nd February, we were visited by representatives from THE HARINGEY GUARANTEE. Here, they explained about work opportunities available to us.

The main questions raised by the group were:

  •       How can we procure local schools or other groups with freshly designed Kitchen Hygiene Hats and Aprons made in CS4
  •       How can we get part time flexible positions suitable to our needs

We thank them for visiting us and if you would like more information please visit:

THE HARINGEY GUARANTEE may be able to help you gain the skills, confidence and know-how to get the right job for you.

Advisors will meet with you on a regular one-to-one basis to work with you and help you in finding the right training or employment opportunities.

  • Learning about different job roles and careers
  • Help with job applications including CVs, application forms and interviews
  • Identifying suitable childcare, and benefits advice
  • Work placements to gain experience, learn new skills and earn a reference
  • Identifying suitable vocational skills courses for your chosen job goals
  • Guaranteed job interviews with local employers
  • In-work support for up to 6 months after you start work

New Students

When traditions meet modern technology…

Why sewing and computer classes ?

* get smart as well as crafty * enhance family relationships: modern parents need to juggle new technologies to keep up with children *

SEW balanced programme will help you become more self-sufficient : making clothes or useful items and using computers to keep track of progress How will your contribution help? You will become part of developping a healthy local cottage industry in hard economic times. We need strength to continue manufacturing at Home and pass on Knowhow and skills to young people

SEW: Sew for Education and Work

is a project funded by the Skills Funding Agency until March 2012,

as part of NIACE agenda to engage 19+ adults within replicable and sustainable learning programmes

SEW came to life thanks to The Haringey Guarantee Team and HALS acting as delivery partners

*NIACE stands for The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education*

*HALS for Haringey Adult Learning Services*


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