What have I missed since November 5th?

There was a tragic road accident on West End Lane on Saturday night. The cause is still unclear.

The farmers’ market needs planning permission – your comments can help ensure it gets it.

Students living in the new block on Blackburn Road will have to shell out at least £199 a week, but get their own cinema.

There’s a Treasure Hunt running up until Thursday’s whampgather. Solve the clues and join in!

We got the full story on the Gondar Gardens development.

The new development at 163 Iverson Road shows no signs of starting yet – and the architects have no update.

Camden is consulting on the potential disposal of some “small sites” in the area.

With so many developments, it seemed like time for a map!

After a smash & grab robbery at Brent Cross, there was another on Kilburn High Road.

There was an attempted robbery of Nam’s Heel Bar during Wednesday evening’s rush hour – nothing was taken.

Hampstead & Kilburn is on the Conservatives’ list of the first 10 constituencies for which to choose a candidate. Meanwhile, the Sunday Times threw Georgia Gould’s name out there as a possible Labour candidate.

Whampsushi at Feng Sushi was a hit, with some great food, chat and some demonstations from MD Silla Bjerrum.

Whampgather X is this Thursday!

Read a review of Loft, the newest coffee place in the area.

Argo was NxNW6’s Film of the Week.

Do you know someone who would benefit from Camden’s home library service?

We learned that J’s is to become Bella Luna – the sign’s already up!

Rock Men’s Salon moves to Broadhurst Gardens this week.

Fitters were in at the Thameslink station, so WH Smith’s newsstand should be opening very soon.

I posted a charming short film set entirely in West Hampstead.

And finally, Alex, from Lena’s 2, has a young cat who needs a home – pop in and speak to her if you have a home to give!.

Coming up
Tuesday: public meeting to discuss possible changes to West Hampstead Medical Centre 7.30pm.

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