Bank holiday weekend means the newsletter is a day late. It’s got nothing do with a lion rampaging through NW6. So, what HAS been happening over the past seven days?
Have the ice cream van and hot dog stand gone for good?
The local Safer Neighbourhood team is proposing a dispersal zone for part of West Hampstead.
Pro Arte stringed instrument shop opened on Saturday.
There was a car chase in West Hampstead on Friday night – one arrest was made
Powers in Kilburn is closed until further notice while some repair work is carried out
The Hudson (new bar/venue replacing The Westbury) opens soon (and there’s talk of a name change already).
Dame Janet Suzman gave a talk at West End Lane Books about women in the theatre.
Bojangles the hairdresser appears to be turning into a marble shop!
The Bruce Lacey exhibition at Camden Arts Centre is well worth checking out
The Imposter is this week’s Film of the Week.
On Saturday, keep an eye out for Wally – it’s the 25th anniversary of the red-and-white striped one, and West End Lane Books has prizes to give away!
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