Sunday, 24 November 2019

The Tweets of the Week in the London Borough of Barnet - 24/11/2019 - Ten reasons to be cheerful!

It is cold, damp, gloomy and the country has seemingly gone bonkers! But never fear, there is a dedicated army of tweeters in the London Borough of Barnet fighting hard to make us all look on the bright side of life!

1. Many thanks to the Mill Hill Historical Society for reminding us of the massive role Edgware played in the music insudtry

2. And thanks to Time_NW for reminding us about those neon bright lights of Colindale

3. I'm sure we'll all be pleased and grateful to the Burnt Oak Police for taking these off the streets.

4. And some good news for Colindale residents. Plans are afoot for improvements.

5. I am gutted I missed this, it looks amazing. I hope that they do it again soon!

6. If like me, you rather enjoy standing on the terraces at @HadleyFC (Great win yesterday lads), here's a great feed to follow for all of the news from the Essex Senior league

7. Thunderbirds were out in Cricklewood this week, rescuing a derailed train! We all sometimes get fed up when these services don't work, but the staff work hard to get things back on track

8.cDespite everything, the Borough of Barnet is still a great place to live and some of the best bits are free!

9. A celebrity bus visited Mill Hill this week. I saw it as I was dog walking and wondered what the story was. Thanks to Billo for clearing up the mystery. I travelled on that bus many times to and from Burnt Oak with my mum, buying jellied eels from the fishmonger back in the 1960's

10. Ever wondered what the inside of our local recording studio looked like?

That isn't all this week folks! Here's a little clip to cheer you up.


And finally, a little plug. Please come along and also please nominate our local champions!

Please join us on Friday 13th December at 8pm at The Midland Hotel, Hendon, for the Barnet Eye Community awards and annual Xmas party. We are also looking for nominations for our community awards, click here for details. Free admission

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