Rained a bit didn’t it?
Gondar Gardens first appeal came to a conclusion.
The student accommodation being built on Blackburn Road had its topping out ceremony (ie, it won’t get any higher).
Powers has reponed after some remedial refurbishment.
For National Poetry Day, a few locals penned some verse.
There was a public meeting about proposed development on Maygrove Road.
The #whampfilm opening night screening of Skyfall sold out in 007 quick time.
Best One is making a comeback in Fortune Green – strangely.
Should we pay for our own civic amenities?
Read about the Tricycle’s new artistic director.
The billboards opposite the tube station have been removed.
Liberal Arts is NxNW6’s film of the week.
The Kilburn History blog has a post about all the record shops that have ever existed in Kilburn and West Hampstead.
If you live in Brent, you can get tickets for England v San Marino on October 12th for £20 (£10 for kids) if you take a utility bill to Wembley Stadium box office.
The Walkabout on Finchley Road has closed.
Photo of the Week
Good “health & safety” spot by @RogerSamuelRes here: