While everyone was heading back to work, and breaking New Year’s resolutions as fast as possible, how did 2011 start in West Hampstead?
The local sport of Ken-spotting was made much easier when he protested outside the tube station.
Talking of local luminaries, two West Hampstead residents received New Year’s Honours: Gerard Oppeheimer OBE, chair of Camden Society and Bert Kwouk OBE, actor.
Cllr Andrew Marshall discussed pedestrian crossing issues on Greencroft Gardens.
There was a fire above the T-Mobile shop on Kilburn High Road.
Talking of races, a West Hampstead teacher broke the consecutive marathons world record.
The Daily Telegraph reviewed the Czech Restaurant. Unfavourably.
Mill Lane Vets had a website overhaul.
The Google Street Car was in West Hampstead yesterday. Did no-one get a photo?
For those of you on Twitter, a new hashtag started – #whampflat – for people with rooms in search of rooms/or with rooms to let.
And then this treat, snapped off the TV (is it legal to post this?) by Jess:
Tweet of the Week
For once, the Tweet of the Week also contains actual local news about a new men’s hairdressers on West End Lane.