Sunday, 27 October 2019

The Tweets of the week in the London Borough of Barnet - 27/10/2019

So what has been happening in our little corner of paradise? Well here is our summary of the week, through the eyes of our local Tweeters.

1. Rules are made to be broken! I normally avoid political blogging at the weekend and I don't include Tweets about Barnet Council in my round up, but this really is the most important tweet of the week, so I simply had to include it.

2. Today is a momentous day in the history of Burnt Oak

3. It is quite extraordinary how we are throwing away our local architectural heritage

4. We break another rule today. We only include tweets about the London Borough of Barnet, but as Stanmore is only down the road, I found this intriguing and I hope you do as well. Did you know there is a Stanmore Tourist Board. Maybe we need the same for Mill Hill?

5. Credit where credit is due. IT looks like Barnet Council have done a fine job here.

6. Some good news for our readers in the Golders Green area

7. It seems that there is more than a pint of beer on the menu at the Masons Arms in Edgware

8. Some very sad news from Finchley

9. An interesting little piece of Hendon history

10. This week sees a very notable anniversary

That's all folks

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