What have I missed since July 11th?

So, the Euromillions winner may not have lived in West Hampstead but did we have other winners in NW6this week?

Well, West Hampstead men’s first team won England Hockey’s Club Team of the year.

Kilburn’s hurling team won an international tournament back in Ireland.

Adrian Hall – the Iverson Road garden centre – is closing [read the comments for more detail].There was also a report today that Wilton & Noble, the giftshop on Goldhurst Terrace, has closed.

There was a meeting to report back on the latest plans for 187-199 West End Lane.

The Kilburn Times reported on last weekend’s Kilburn festival.

In crime news – the EUR 50 note scammer who’d targeted people on the streets of West Hampstead has moved to door knocking now. Don’t give strangers £20 in exchange for EUR 50 – it’s a fake note.

There have been more plant thefts after the Wet Fish Cafe had a tree stolen – Achillea Flowers and the Bulgarian food shop on Mill Lane have both suffered.

A new 60-bed hostel is being built in Kilburn to help vulnerable people.

TKMaxx opened in Kilburn – the queues on opening day were long, but there wasn’t much Twitter trafficabout it afterwards.

Read my review of Loyalty at Hampstead Theatre.

Coming up
Abbey Road area public meeting on Wednesday.

Tweet of the Week
Monday was flying ant day. In case you didn’t notice….