What have I missed since September 24th?

West Hampstead police stables featured on ITV news as a former performing horse joined the ranks.

There’s a democratic paradox south of the tube lines in West Hampstead.

If you’re advertising for a flatmate, then I’ve teamed up with Apartli to offer vouchers for local businesses for adverts you place.

Brent cyclists propose a more permanent way of honouring Bradley Wiggins.

Kicking and Screening is the Film Event of the Week among the local listings.

The Christmas market will take place again this year on West End Green on December 8th.

The West Hampstead Neighbourhood Development Forum has a Twitter account.

Apparently, two motorbikes caught fire on Woodchurch Road on Saturday night.

The last old-stock Met Line train made its final scheduled journey.

Kingsgate Studios is dedicating October to a series of linked Kilburn art events.

A storytelling course is starting in West Hampstead.

The four disused cottages behind the fire station are to be sold off to raise funds for the London Fire Brigade.

Large incentives were offered for people who bought a Mill Lane apartment on Saturday – but is it enough?

There was a full write-up of the opening of the farmers’ market.

JoJo MamanBebe opened this weekend on West End Lane.

No change to the make up of Camden Council as the Conservatives retained their seat in Hampstead ward in a by-election.

Coming up
Monday: poetry reading at Brioche

Thursday: There’s a pub quiz at The Gallery to raise money for MIND.

Saturday/Sunday: La Brocca’s 18th annual oyster festival

October 17th – a public meeting about Camden transport.

Photo of the Week
Feels like autumn is well on its way, so time for this moody shot of the Black Path by by Bill