What have I missed since October 3rd?

So, you’ve been following Chilean mine rescues while whistling John Lennon tunes, but what’s been happening closer to home?

The former reservoir at Gondar Gardens could become houses. Locals aren’t happy. Photos of the plans and the objections, and ten things objectors think you should know.
Proposals for accommodation for 350 students in Blackburn Road were approved on appeal.

Ticket to ride
So the Jubilee Line does have some benefits.
A tube strike on Monday wasn’t enough; Thameslink was crippled as well.

I wrote a blog about West Hampstead during WW2.
A campaign starts to name the footbridge over the railway lines after a former flower-seller.
Info from here and here crops up on BBC 6Music (1h15 in).
A plaque commemorating AA Milne will go up in Kilburn on Monday.

There was a fracas in The Lion on Thursday.
Work-to-rule meant West Hampstead lacked fire brigade cover for a few days

Can’t buy me love
Mr Pink’s new shop is going to be green.
Mail Boxes Etc is opening soon in Kilburn.
Sainsburys (whenever it opens) will have an ATM.

The End
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