What have I missed since May 8th?
While Jedward and Blue slugged it out in Düsseldorf and Stoke and Manchester City slugged it out at Wembley what was happening in West Hampstead?
Fortune Green councillor Flick Rea celebrated 25 years in office.
Councillor Abdul Quadir has taken over from Jonathan Simpson as Mayor of Camden.
Here’s an architect drawing of the plans for Cambridge Avenue in Kilburn.
The details of Kilburn’s History Festival were announced.
There was literally a daylight robbery at St Johns Wood Barclays.
The dispersal zone in South Hampstead/Swiss Cottage has been reinstated for 28 days following the fatal stabbing.
A local man unearthed a nuclear bunker while doing some gardening.
West Hampstead neo-natal charity Best Beginnings has received £170,000 from the Department of Health.
Our very own Bake-a-boo popped up on the radio (from 13’30”).
The Kilburn Times wrote about the local Womens Institute who meet in the NLT.
We went to Afghan restaurant Ariana II in Kilburn.
In the West Hampstead 5-a-side derby, the Wanderers aka Soliders of Fortune (Green) just pipped WHamp Athletic 5-4.
Interested in the Secret BBQ?
Next Sunday, celebrate 30 years of the Tricycle Theatre.
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