So what have you been doing this week? Working from home? Baking cakes? Delivering food parcels?
Well this is what our amazing army of local tweeters have been doing. It seems that there are no idle hands for the Devil to make work for in our tweeting community!
Make sure you follow any Tweeters who tickle your fancy.
1. Lets start with some rather upsetting news, from the local guardian of our pub culture. This is very disappointing. We really need to up our game in fighting these applications.
(2/2)......I went past today and it was being demolished.— NW London TimeMachine (@time_nw) May 13, 2020
One for @PubsSaving @jscott110 @Barneteye @RogerProtzBeer @CAMRA_London @BGazeley pic.twitter.com/fcOIedNdDL
2. Hal Cruttenden wins our Person of the week on Twitter award for this. You know what you have to do
Needles/blood are my huge phobia (ok rats too). Massive thanks to all at Edgware Donor Centre - specially Karen and Lindsay who put up with my inane nervous chatter! Slightly ashamed now to have had such groundless fears. If you think you’ve had Covid-19 please do this! https://t.co/3DurpeFl0U— Hal Cruttenden (@Halcruttenden) May 17, 2020
3. We should remember the Fire Brigade in our clapping for public sector workers. Brave people keeping us safe 24/7 - in this case in Edgware
Firefighters attend fire at restaurant in Station Road in Edgware https://t.co/3PoYG3SR7l— London366 (@London366) May 14, 2020
4. Live in Cricklewood? Fancy a career change? Get to play trains all day with big trains. Solid prospects.
Catch the train from #Cricklewood ? Live local ? Considered a career in #Rail ? closes June 1st 🦺🚦🚦https://t.co/PJbnGWH8ao pic.twitter.com/UyFAlbA7cL— Robin Morel (@13milepost) May 14, 2020
5. Read any decent books during lockdown? Why not write a review?
We would love to see your reviews on books you have read during #lockdown2020 #in5words only. Here is today's review from our staff #barnetlibraries ‘1984’ by George Orwell ‘grim future with no freedoms’ #1984 #georgeorwell #stayalert pic.twitter.com/nb56hDbqrj— Barnet libraries (@BarnetLibraries) May 12, 2020
6. For all you footie fans out there. Tragic that so many grassroots community grounds have been bulldozed
Hendon's Claremont Road, which the club left in 2008, is among the 350 lost British grounds and stands featured in The Cemetery End, ordering details here - https://t.co/urhrZ2rBXJ pic.twitter.com/ChLbxCeNn6— Vince Taylor (@Groundtastic) May 15, 2020
7. Some very big news in Mill Hill. The monstrosity that was the Pentavia Scheme has been scrapped
This is really promising news for Mill Hill. I voted against giving Meadow planning permission for their nasty scheme. @SadiqKhan then overruled Barnet. But I always suspected the scheme was financially unviable and so it has proved. /1https://t.co/aRX1kP7zSF— Gabriel Rozenberg 🔶 (@rozgab) May 15, 2020
8. Great to see the community coming together!
@WoodsideHigh @NurjennaIndian @dayoftheraj we did a little drop for the food bank they got...please go help what you can #donate #helpthekids #COVID19 pic.twitter.com/WSQtqsA3xx— Day Of The Raj (@dayoftheraj) May 13, 2020
9. Regulars know we love a good wildlife tweet!
10. Interesting note on the musical history of Mill Hill for all of you hardcore metal fans!
Mill Hill Music Complex was were Knuckledust ended up practicing alot after we got chucked outta the church in Beckton, Phil and the guys who ran it were always super kool. All the gigs we put on at Swan, Trinity… https://t.co/9XNk6ibPlo— Rucktion Records (@rucktionrecs) May 13, 2020
That's all folks!