While Torres headed down the M6, checking the new police crime map (hint: the circles will be smaller in Chelsea, Fernando), what was happening in NW6?
The week got off to a great start with the West Hampstead Wanderers recording their first win.
Much of the rest of the week was marred by tube disruptions. The latest update on when the upgrade work will be over is now April/May (or even June).
Meanwhile, there are new ticket office opening hours as of Monday at many local tube stations including West Hampstead.
Camden’s draft transport strategy is out for consultation.
Plans are in for the development of Kilburn market. Also on the High Road, the big unit next to McDonalds is to become a Halfords.
On West End Lane, yet another men’s salon is opening where Matrix failed (next to Café Bon). It will apparently offer men’s hand shaving.
Over on Fincley Road, salad bar Freshloopz is opening next to the Woolworths’ site.
There are concerns over police response times in West Hampstead if 999 teams are centralised.
Legacy nighclub on Finchley Rd seems unlikely to have its hours extended.
The Luminaire will be back for one final week in early March.
The Kitchen Table is hosting a supper club this Thursday. Pop in to reserve (or DM on Twitter).
The West Hampstead/Fortune Green area forum is Monday night (7th). Do go along if you’re interested in what’s happening in the area.
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