Anti-fascist graffiti has appeared in the wake of violence at a park last week.

The drawings, which have been appearing along Seven Sisters Road, are tagged "BAF Madriz" and "Skinheads".

Several swastikas with lines through them have been drawn on walls next to Spanish campaign slogans.

Nearby graffiti shows the hammer and sickle symbol, traditionally associated with socialism and communism, with “Skins Anti Nazis” written around it.

Last week, one man was stabbed and another arrested after violence broke out in a south Tottenham park where a far-right Polish group had been meeting. Anti-fascist groups subsequently organised a protest outside Tottenham town hall.