What have I missed since April 24th?
Really very hard to think of anything at all that happened this week – either domestically or abroad. No. I got nothing. Luckily, there’s plenty of local news to keep everyone occupied.
Local resident and travel writer Peter Moss was killed in the Marrakesh café bomb. Many tributes were paid to him.
A 16-year-old appeared in court in connection with last week’s fatal knife attack last week on the Abbey estate.
At an extraordinary council meeting, it seemed that none of Camden’s libraries might have to close.
On the same night, Camden’s only hustings on the AV referendum took place at St Mary’s Church.
Two West Hampstead police horses took part in the royal wedding.
There were several street parties, including this one in Glenbrook Road.
Ladudu finally opened, albeit in soft launch mode until the gas gets connected.
West End Lane Oddbins will remain a wine shop.
Fancy working in the West Hampstead signal box and raising money for charity?
Author Marina Lewycka (A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian) will visit West End Lane Books on Wednesday at 7.30.
You can sign up now for Whampstyle – a free night of fashion, wine and local mingling on May 26th.
Tweet of the Week
Stiff competition this week, but this harking back for a simpler time takes the prize: