A fire on Friday night damaged a West End Lane property, but no-one was hurt.
The relaunching West Hampstead Business Association announced that Boris Johnson will be coming to meet local business owners this Thursday afternoon.
A standpipe blew in Fairhazel Gardens, causing a spectacular fountain.
|Photo via Don Williams|
The Jubilee Line is one of five tube lines that will run 24hrs on Friday and Saturday nights from 2015. TfL also confirmed that all ticket offices will close across the network, although stations will be staffed at the ticket barriers.
A thief made off with the collection box in West End Lane Books. The staff had been raising money for Epilepsy Action.
Police are appealing for witnesses after an attack on Tuesday evening at about 6.30pm around the stations. Call 101 if you can help.
A new antenatal class is starting at JW3 [sponsored]
Local historians Dick Weindling and Marianne Colloms gave an excellent talk at West End Lane Books about the history of Decca Studios and Klooks Kleek club, and also published the second part of their piece on local musicians.
WhampWalks took the 328 bus to Chelsea and walked to Richmond to get the Overground back home. It’s a lovely 12 mile walk with lots to see.
How many times have you spotted West Hampstead and Kilburn in films and TV programmes?
One of Paramount’s West Hampstead bags has made it to Antarctica.
Local estate agent Parkheath is offering kids (and teachers) high-viz jackets for the dark winter walk to school!
The craft/vintage market on Sundays outside Thameslink has changed its hours to 11-3.
The Winch is looking for parents, carers and social enterprises who want to start projects focused on helping children aged 0-5.
This Thursday evening, Virginia Berridge, chair of WHAT, will be talking about her new book… not a history of local planning, but something from her professional life – a history of the changing perceptions of drugs.
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