What have I missed since October 8th
Plans for driverless Jubilee trains are shelved.
The WHGARA vote on whether to support the proposed southern boundary of the Neighbourhood Development Forum was cancelled. The decision will be made at a public meeting on October 22nd.
Loud explosions heard late last Monday night weren’t fireworks but railway engineering work apparently.
There is a proposal to demolish the Queensbury in Willesden Green and build 56 flats in its place. There is also a petition against the demolition.
Tickets for the tenth whampgather are already being snapped up – there aren’t many left, so get in quick.
On the Road is @NxNW6‘s Film of the Week. Check out the full local listings.
Camden’s proposed 20mph limit on all non-TfL roads in the borough got a lot of news coverage.
Readers can get 2-for-1 tickets at Hampstead Heath’s Affordable Art Fair starting November 1st.
Donate £10 to the West Hampstead Community Association and it gets doubled during October.
This Thursday, local jazz god Simon Whiteside is playing at La Brocca.
Tweet of the Week
Stiff competition this week, but the winner is Eugene’s soap-opera tweet.