It’s been a week that started with more hand-wringing and has ended with major world news. But has it been silly season in West Hampstead?
There was finally a report on the stabbing in Kilburn from the week before.
The local Somali asylum seeker family got a lot of coverage.
The man who attacked someone by the Tricycle back in February was sentenced to 8 years.
Agents from Greene and Co. were found guilty of parking fraud.
Café Bon is taking over Wood Grill as well as Caffè West.
Two chocolate shops have moved into the area. The Cocoa Exchange on Belsize Rd, and a yet-to-be-named placed on Broadhurst Gardens.
The report of June’s place shaping workshop for West Hampstead was published.
The blog launched a new section: Tom’s Diner.
West Hampstead Wanderers won the league.
Can you help drive some old people to social events?
David Miliband came to LoveFood.
The New End Theatre in Hampstead has been forced to close – whether temporarily or permanently isn’t clear.
West End Lane Books has launched a crime writing readers’ group.
The Green Room has become Spiga – but is yet to open.
Whampgather sold out rather quicker than anticipated. If you have a ticket you know you can’t use, please release it back or let me know – the waiting list is lengthy!
Tweet of the Week
More of a sort of public service announcement this week in a double-header ToTW: