I've spent a lot of time in Finsbury Park over the last 12 years or so. I've used the park itself a lot in the last 5 years, so have seen it through the years. I would have to admit that I really enjoy the buzz of staging these big events in our community, but also totally support the residents who are significantly inconvenienced. I recently wondered what the pay off was for them? For a few weeks in the summer, what do they (do we) get from this inconvenience? I'm not really interested in political comments, but would welcome some insight into the terms and conditions that allow these events to be staged? I'm all for it, and maybe even for more, if its tied to investment back into the park. I wonder what £1m invested into the children's playground, a splash park, new toilets, a community building, a sports clubhouse would do? I've been to so many locations in London where the park has become the community hub, and has become somewhere that's worth travelling to. If asked, I bet most people in FP are from within 1 mile. So, what is promised by Haringey council to the park for staging these events? Who's going to Labour Live by the way? Tickets are £35, and only £30 if you're unemployed. For the many not the few eh?