What have you missed since July 17th?
A section of Finchley Road was closed after a suspicious package was reported. It turned out that it “wasn’t a viable device”. Does that mean it wasn’t suspicious, or that it was but was just not viable?
New bakery Lola’s took some flak for having a disabled toilet that was up some stairs, but apparently a ramp is available on demand.
The local Safer Neighbourhood Team issued this warning.
Tom gave his verdict on Kilburn’s Quartieri, following the recent whampdinner.
The Kitchen Table had its final farewell, and now everything’s coming up Mill House!
Some residents of the Chalcots estate, who were evacuated in the wake of the Grenfell fire, have started to be moved back in.
Maygrove & Iverson Road residents continue to push for some respite from their parking woes and met with officers from Camden. One for all of you in parking zone CA-Q.
Brioche has put in for a refurb as it is due for an upgrade (the biggest change: bi-fold doors)
Tulip Siddiq MP continues to fight for the release of West Hampstead resident Nazanin Zachary-Ratcliffe and arranged a debate in Westminster Hall about Nazanin’s plight and that of other imprisioned dual nationality Britons.
Tulip also held a reception to say thank you all the voluntary groups in H&K.
The West Hampstead Women’s Centre won the Queen’s award for voluntary service.
The Kilburn Grange festival had to be postponed after the bad weather. It will now take place on August 19th.
Daniel Raven-Ellison passed though West Hampstead this week on his #bigwalkroundlondon. Who is he? He’s the guy driving the National Park City initiative with our growth area it’s a particularly interesting concept for West Hampstead (just a shame he didn’t stop to find out more).
A vehicle was abandoned in Kilburn. Upside down.
Fortune Green councillor Flick Rea sat for a portrait masterclass at Hampstead School of Art. It turned out to be a revealing experience.
Local comedian Matt Green gave an insight into his West Hampstead life.
An old street sign appeared by Barclays .
One local captured some of the dramatic storm earlier this week.
Tweet of the week
@WHampstead can u help? Trying to find a couple who paid towards my breakfast after finding their phone @alicehouseWH. Want 2 say THANK U!!
— Katie Lassman (@littlelassy) July 23, 2017