Liam Fox finally quit, Wales got booted out of the rugby world cup, and I spent three days in Paris. So what did I miss in West Hampstead this week?
BinCam still dominated the news, joining Twitter, featuring on BBC Radio London and triggerering some heated comments on my blog. Most interestingly though, the council has started cleaning the area around the bin more frequently – so a positive result so far.
A Harry Potter actor from Messina Avenue was charged with having a petrol bomb during the August riots.
Kingsgate Primary School will receive a pupil Premium of £106,384 next year, reflecting its high intake of pupils on free school meals.
Residents have started a vigil outside Kensal Rise library after the high court refused to overturn Brent council’s decision to close six of its libraries.
Two celebrities were spotted in West Hampstead: Olly Murs, and Spud, the actual Dulux dog.
Lots of people reporting problems with mail deliveries – prompted this response from Royal Mail.
The first overseas #Whampgather took place on Bleeker Street, New York City
A new pet shop is opening on Fortune Green Road, opposite the gym, and a sushi restaurant is opening on Finchley Road where Doon Valley was.
WhampAthletic won the league, having been runners up to the now disbanded WhampWanderers last season.
Someone produced a handy field guide to the elk of North London.
Tom ate sardines at Sirous.
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